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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Small sized alien prefer Malaysia

CASE 1. Johore Bahru, 1970

Four boys going to school one morning saw a small UFO and tiny 6-inch tall creatures. The boys soon reported it to the headmaster and since it occurred in the school premises, the news broke out and soon the whole school were combing the area looking for the creatures. One small burnt patch on the ground was found. The UFO was gone.

CASE 2: Gambang near Kuantan, 1973

Two schoolboys claimed to have seen tiny humanoids only 3-inches tall in the school compound. It is said that one of the creatures was actually caught by the boys, which attracted the attention of a teacher. He arrived in time to see it before the tiny creature finally managed to escape.

CASE 3: Bukit Mertajam, 1973

A group of boys playing football in a school field sighted a small UFO landed nearby. From it emerged tiny creatures which immediately one of the boys tried to catch. A beam of light was fired at the boy’s hand. The UFO flew away.

CASE 4: Ipoh, 1973

A small UFO carrying tiny humanoids landed in a school field. Several schoolboys who sighted it excitedly called their teachers. They came just too late to see the object speeding away.

CASE 5: Miri, Sarawak, 1973

Several boys saw a humanoid about 6 inches tall wearing a white suit cutting a fence wire with an intense beam of light. They tried to catch it but it was lost in the bushes. No UFO was sighted.

CASE 6: Miri, Sarawak, 1973

Several people on vacation along the beach sighted a group of tiny beings wearing white suits. There were about six or seven of them. They wore no mask and resembled humans except for their tiny size. This group consisted of possibly males and females. The females were notable because of the long hair. An attempt to catch them failed. No saucer was sighted.

CASE 7: Bukit Mertajam, 1979

A small UFO landed on a field near some boys. A boy tried to catch a 3-inch creature that emerged from it. It fired a beam that temporarily paralyzed his right arm. The UFO then flew away.

Monday, September 29, 2014

Nenek jual karipap

"You should follow us to Ipoh to eat Arabic rice," kata Hanim menegur Maria. "Salah tu," tambahnya lagi.

Mereka sedang menelaah pelajaran untuk peperiksaan yang akan diduduki esok. Hanim seorang yang berlagak, dia perasan dirinya bagus. Sikap ini tidak disenangi kawan-kawannya yang lain.

Hanim belajar di sebuah institusi di utara tanah air. Dia tinggal di kolej kediaman yang disediakan oleh pihak institusi. Bangunan itu empat tingkat, ground, 1st, 2nd dan 3rd floor. Ia terletak di  atas bukit satu kilometer dari pusat pentadbiran dan pengajian kolej yang menempatkan kelas, perpustakaan dan bilik pensyarah. Hanim tinggal di tingkat tiga.

Hanim tinggal dengan tiga lagi rakannya. Biliknya itu mampu memuatkan dua set katil double decker, dua locker dan empat meja belajar. Katil disusun di tengah, locker disusun di hujung sebelah kepala dan kaki katil manakala meja pun begitu, dua di kaki katil menghadap pintu, dua lagi di kepala katil menghadap tingkap. Hanim dapat meja yang menghadap tingkap.

Tingkap bilik mereka tingkap cermin berdaun yang membolehkan badan menjenguk keluar, bukan tingkap cermin berbilah banyak itu yang hanya boleh menyua keluar tangan.

Minggu peperiksaan telah tiba. Sudah menjadi lumrah pelajar IPT setiap kali menjelang peperiksaan, mereka akan menelaah pelajaran hingga lewat malam. Hanim tidak terkecuali.

Masing-masing duduk di meja masing-masing. Mereka mula menelaah pada jam 10. Lewat jam 12 seorang demi seorang meninggalkan meja belajar dan menuju ke katil.

Tepat jam 1 pagi tinggallah Hanim seorang diri di mejanya. Hanim kusyuk menelaah buku. Kadangkala kepalanya dipanggung melihat keluar tingkat di depan mejanya itu.

Suasana di luar kelam hanya di beberapa tempat diterangi cahaya lampu jalan. Pokok rhu yang ditanam di sekeliling kolejnya menari-nari perlahan-lahan ditiup angin malam. Sunyi sepi dan sejuk.

Hanim menundukkan kepalanya semula menghadap buku.

"Dik, dik, nak beli karipap tak?"

Hanim terpanggung semula apabila mendengar suara serak itu.  Seorang nenek berselendang putih menutupi rambutnya, berbaju kurung Kedah berwarna putih bercorak bunga melur mengendeng bakul plastik merah empat segi sedang berdiri di luar tingkapnya.

"Eh tak pe lah nek dah kenyang ni," balas Hanim tersenyum.

"Tanyalah kawan-kawan kut-kut ada yang mahu." Balas nenek itu lagi.

"Eh diorang semua dah tidur nenek, terima kasih je lah ye," balas Hanim.

" Kalau macam tu tak pe lah dik," seraya nenek itu berpusing mahu berlalu pergi, tapi dia berhenti dan menambah, "You should come with us to Ipoh to eat the Arabic cuisine there. Ayat ni lebih baik."

"Erk ye ye. (Siapa pula yang lepas nenek ni masuk kawasan kolej malam malam ni?)" Degus Hanim dalam hati kurang selesa.

Terhenti lamunan nenek di depannya sudah tidak kelihatan.

" Mungkin sudah pergi," Hanim bercakap sendiri.
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"Eh, aku kan kat tingkat tiga, nenek tadi berdiri atas apa pula, mana ada corridor depan tingkap aku?"

Hanim terdiam.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Palestine should try a non-Muslim leader


The situation in Palestine worsen by days, so far it is estimated that 500 Palestinian had lost their lives, 10% was freedom fighters and the rest was innocent civilian of elderly, women and children, mosque and civilian building were razed to the ground. There's nothing anew to this, it happened every year. Israel will provoke a situation where force is inevitable, this will be followed by military operation. The operation was just for show, that they are there, in charge and with more and better guns. This happens every year since 1948 when Palestinian land was first occupied by the Zionist. It is either the UN failed to notice it or it just turn a blind eyes.

Palestine should try a non-Muslim leader. In order to break from Zionist labelling lock, i.e Islamist, they should try a non-Muslim to lead their struggles. So far the non-Muslims Palestinian are also suffering under Zionist regime. To begin with, almost all powerful nation in the world nowadays are non-Muslim, their support will make a huge difference. As far as we know the peace loving pope is with the Palestine. We need to push the limit a bit. By choosing a non-Muslim leader the world may see Palestine and Israel in a different way. The Zionist labelling tactic may finally be brushed off and eventually the world may see their true colour.

The Palestinian PLO's and Hamas's had been fighting against the Israel intrusion and each other since the occupation. They're the people's heroes. Day by day Zionist around the world through their media monopoly had succeeded in re-brand these freedom fighter into terrorist and now almost 2/3 of the world population recognised Palestinian freedom fighter as terrorist and Israel's violence as an act of self defence. To make matter worst Hamas's victory in 2006 general election was denied by many democratic champion's countries such as America, Canada, Britain and Japan. Either they realize or not they are denying the right of the Palestinian to choose.

The Zionist modus has never change since their attempt on Jesus (pbuh) life's. They will ally themselves with who is in power, during Jesus (pbuh) time it was the Rome, through the roman that they persecuted Jesus (pbuh). Back in 1948 it was the British, through them that they grab the Palestinian land and today it is America. They have tailored every American president to be elected by the American people will hold the same policy on Israel, "Israel have the right to defend themselves " Even though it means turning a blind eyes on the murder of hundreds of thousand Palestinian innocence. If not no presidency for that guy.

It is time that the Palestinian come to realize that they cannot expect others to help them if they failed to help
themselves. They have to abandon their militant way because it is proven failed, Israel have bigger arsenal and better weapon. Through politic Palestine was divided and through politic it shall come back united. In 1948 the British had divided Palestine into three quarters, for the Arab, the Zionist and the British empire and since then the conflict perpetuated.

The Zionist had succeeded in playing a propaganda that the war is between Islam and Jews and sadly we played along. The truth is, the war was pure racist, the Zionist is in a genocide mission. Their aim is to eradicate the non-jew from Palestine be it Moslem or Christian or Greek alike. It is proven when they have no problem pulling their trigger on any non Jewish Palestine, i.e churches siege, denying church access and the murder of Rachel Corrie.

Through politic we are divided and through politic we shall be united. Don’t drop the arms but drop the militant way.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Killing for fun by Israel


ISRAELI SOLDIERS’ OWN WORDS

Nadav Weiman. Photograph: Quique Kierszenbaum
Nadav Weiman. Photograph: Quique Kierszenbaum

SERGEANT NADAV WEIMAN
2005-08, Nachal Reconnaissance Unit, Jenin

We’d spread out above Jenin on “the stage”, which is a tiny mountain top. That evening an arrest mission was in progress, there were riots inside the refugee camp, and we sat above and provided sniper coverfor the operation. Things got rolling and there were arrests, some rioting began in the city.

There was random peripheral fire so there were generally no people on rooftops. Some time in the middle of the night, we detected someone on a roof. We focused our sights on him, not knowing for sure whether or not he was a scout. But we targeted him and got an OK to fire because he was on a rooftop very close to one of our forces.

We were several snipers, and we took him down … Later when we got back to Jalame, it started: “Was he armed or not?” But we’d got our OK from the battalion commander. He was also the one to come and speak with us when we got back to the base in Jalame. We were with the guys with whom we sat to debrief after the action, and it was wall-to-wall, “You don’t realise how lucky you are to have actually fired in an operation. That hardly ever happens, you are so lucky.”

And according to the way we implemented the rules of engagement, we declared him a target by documenting him. We thought the Palestinian had been speaking on the phone, he seemed to be raising his hand to his head, looking sideways, going back and forth, just like a person scouting and sending information back. You could see the angles of his body, his whole conduct facing the soldiers who were north of him, in the alley below, a few metres away.

SERGEANT, ANONYMOUS
Undisclosed Reservist unit, Gaza Strip 2009, Operation Cast Lead

The actual objective remained rather vague. We were told our objective was to fragment the Strip, in fact we were told that while we were there, not knowing how long, we would have to raze the area as much as possible. Razing is a euphemism for systematic destruction. Two reasons were given for house demolitions. One reason was operational. That’s when a house is suspected to contain explosive, tunnels, when all kinds of wires are seen, or digging. Or we have intelligence information making it suspect. Or it’s a source of fire, whether light arms or mortars, missiles, Grads [rockets], all that stuff. Those are houses we demolish.

Then we’re told some will be destroyed for “the day after”. The rationale is to leave a sterile area behind us and the best way to do that is by razing it. In practical terms, it means you take a house that’s not suspect, its only transgression is that it stands on a hill in Gaza. I can even say that in a talk with my battalion commander, he mentioned this and said half smiling, half sad, that this is something to add to his list of war crimes. So he himself understood there was a problem.

Tal Wasser. - Israeli Soldier
Tal Wasser. . – Israeli Soldier

SERGEANT TAL WASSER
2006-09, Oketz (canine special forces), Nablus

Standing at the roadblock for eight hours a day puts everyone under this endless pressure. Everyone’s constantly yelling, constantly nervous, impatient … venting on the first Palestinian to cross your path. If a Palestinian annoys one of the soldiers, one of the things they’d do is throw him in the Jora, which is a small cell, like a clothing store dressing room. They close the metal door on him and that would be his punishment for annoying, for being bad.

Within all the pressure and the stress of the roadblock, the Palestinian would often be forgotten there. No one would remember that he put a Palestinian there, further emphasising the irrelevance and insignificance of the reason he was put there in the first place. Sometimes it was only after hours that they’d suddenly remember to let him out and continue the inspection at the roadblock.

SERGEANT, ANONYMOUS
Nablus Regional Brigade, Nablus, 2014

“Provocation and reaction” is the act of entering a village, making a lot of noise, waiting for the stones to be thrown at you and then you arrest them, saying: “There, they’re throwing stones.”

Lots of vehicles move inside the whole village, barriers. A barrier seems to be the army’s legitimate means to stop terrorists. We’re talking about Area B [under civilian Palestinian control and Israeli security control], but the army goes in there every day, practically, provoking stone throwings. Just as any Palestinian is suspect, this is the same idea. It could be a kid’s first time ever throwing a stone, but as far as the army is concerned, we’ve caught the stone thrower.

Avner Gvaryahu former Israeli soldier
Avner Gvaryahu former Israeli soldier

SERGEANT AVNER GVARYAHU
2004-07 Orev (special anti-tank unit), Nablus

It was when I was a sergeant, after we had finished training. 200 [the number of the commander] said to us unequivocally: “That’s how you’re ranked. With Xs. Every night I want you to be looking for ‘contact’ [an exchange of fire] and that’s how you’ll be ranked.”

At some point I realised that someone who wants to succeed has to bring him dead people. There’s no point in bringing him arrests. [The message was:] “Arrests are routine, the battalions are making arrests. You’re the spearhead, the army has invested years in you, now I want you to bring me dead terrorists.”

And that’s what pushed us, I believe. What we’d do was go out night after night, drawing fire, go into alleys that we knew were dangerous. There were arrests, there were all kinds of arrests. But the high point of the night was drawing fire, creating a situation where they fired at us.

It’s a situation, totally insane, you’re in it, it’s hard to explain. You’re looking through the binoculars and searching for someone to kill. That’s what you want to do. And you want to kill him. But do you want to kill him? But that’s your job.

And you’re still looking through the binoculars and you’re starting to get confused. Do I want to? Don’t I want to? Maybe I actually want them to miss.

SERGEANT, ANONYMOUS
Kfir Brigade, Tul Karem, 2008

There was one checkpoint that was divided into three lanes: there’s a settlement, a checkpoint, and then Israeli territory. In the middle, there’s a Palestinian village, so they just split the checkpoint into three lanes. Three lanes, and the brigade commander ordered that Jews should only wait at the checkpoint for 10 minutes. Because of that we had to have a special lane for them, and everyone else, the Palestinians and Israeli Arabs, had to wait in the other two lanes. I remember that settlers would come, go around the Arabs, and just did it naturally. I went over to a settler and said: “Why are you going around? There’s a line here, sir.” He said: “You really think I’m going to wait behind an Arab?” He began to raise his voice at me. “You’re going to hear from your brigade commander.

Gil Hillel [2001-03, Sachlav (military police), Hebron ]
Gil Hillel [2001-03, Sachlav (military police), Hebron ]

GIL HILLEL
2001-03, Sachlav (military police), Hebron
On my first or second day in Hebron, my commanders asked me to go on a “doll”, a foot patrol that we conduct in the casbah and Jewish settlement. I agreed, it seemed cool. It was my first time in the field, come on, let’s do it. We went on patrol, into the casbah, and I think that was the first time I sensed the existential fear of living under constant threat.

We started the doll and I started feeling bad. The first time in the field is not simple. One of my commanders, the veteran among them, took an old Palestinian man, just took him aside to some alley and started beating him up. And I … it wasfine by all the others … I sort of looked at them and said: “What is he doing? Why is he doing that? What happened? Did he do anything? Is he a threat? A terrorist? Did we find something?” So they said: “No, it’s OK.” I then approached my commander, the [one] who trained me, and asked: “What are you doing?” He said: “Gil, stop it.”

And that really scared me. I was scared of their reactions, of the situation we were in. I felt bad with what went on there, but I kept quiet. I mean, what can I do? My commander told me to shut up. We left there and went back to the company and I went to my commander and said: “What are you doing? Why did you do that?” So he said: “That’s the way it is. It’s either him or me and it’s me and …”

They took him aside and just beat him up. They beat him up, they punched him. And slapped him, all for no reason. I mean, he just happened to walk by there, by mistake.

SERGEANT, ANONYMOUS
Nachal Brigade, 50th Battalion, Hebron, 2010

The Jewish settlers of Hebron constantly curse the Arabs. An Arab who passes by too closely gets cursed: “May you burn, die.”

On Shuhada Street there’s a very short section where Arabs may walk as well, which leads to Tel Rumeida neighbourhood. Once I was sent there and we found three Jewish kids hitting an old Arab woman. Another man from the Jewish settlement happened along and also joined them in yelling at the woman: “May you die!” When we got there they were mainly yelling, but there had clearly been blows dealt as well. I think they even threw stones at her.

I believe the [policeman] was called but ended up not doing anything. The general atmosphere was that there was no point in summoning the police – the policeman is a local settler from Kiryat Arba who comes to pray with the Hebron settlers at the Tomb of the Patriarchs on Fridays.

Nadav Bigelman former Israeli soldier [2007-10, Nachal Brigade, 50th Battalion, Hebron ]
Nadav Bigelman former Israeli soldier [2007-10, Nachal Brigade, 50th Battalion, Hebron ]

SERGEANT NADAV BIGELMAN
2007-10, Nachal Brigade, 50th Battalion, Hebron

During patrols inside the casbah we’d do many “mappings”. Mappings mean going into a house we have no intelligence on. We go in to see what’s inside, who lives there. We didn’t search for weapons or things like that. The mappings were designed to make the Palestinians feel that we are there all the time.

We go in, walk around, look around. The commander takes a piece of paper and … makes a drawing of the house, what it looks like inside, and I had a camera. I was told to bring it. They said: “You take all the people, stand them against the wall and take their picture.” Then [the pictures are] transferred to, I don’t know, the General Security Service, the battalion or brigade intelligence unit, so they have information on what the people look like. What the residents look like. I’m a young soldier, I do as they say. I take their pictures, a horrible experience in itself, because taking people’s pictures at 3am, I … it humiliated them, I just can’t describe it.

And the interesting thing? I had the pictures for around a month. No one came to get them. No commander asked about them, no intelligence officer took them. I realised it was all for nothing. It was just to be there. It was like a game.

SERGEANT, ANONYMOUS

Paratrooper, 2002, Nablus

We took over a central house, set up positions, and one of the sharpshooters identified a man on a roof, two roofs away, I think he was between 50 and 70 metres away, not armed. I looked at the man through the night vision – he wasn’t armed. It was two in the morning. A man without arms, walking on the roof, just walking around. We reported it to the company commander. The company commander said: “Take him down.” [The sharpshooter] fired, took him down. The company commander basically ordered, decided via radio, the death sentence for that man. A man who wasn’t armed.

I saw with my own eyes that the guy wasn’t armed. The report also said: “A man without arms on the roof.” The company commander declared him a lookout, meaning he understood that the guy was no threat to us, and he gave the order to kill him and we shot him. I myself didn’t shoot, my friend shot and killed him. And basically you think, you see in the United States there’s the death penalty, for every death sentence there are like a thousand appeals and convictions, and they take it very seriously, and there are judges and learned people, and there are protests and whatever. And here a 26-year-old guy, my company commander, sentenced an unarmed man to death.

SOURCE :: the guardian

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Banting boat mishap : what were they doing in malingsia?

Banting boat mishap: Two dead, 58 rescued, 37 still missing, says Shahidan

They were believed to be llegal immigrants on their way home to Indonesia. This mishap is not the first nor the last I'm sure.

A few days ago I encountered a few blogs spreading hatred towards Malaysia. Type in MALINGSIA and click search you'll know what I'm saying.

Back to the mishap.

What were they doing in this negara hina malingsia? I'm sure their cultural rich country can provide them with adequate foods and jobs. After all what are we an inferior country compared to the mighty Indonesia. Our GDP/capital say what 1000 USD?

Another thing is why are they constantly sneaking when entering and exiting our negara hina malingsia? Is that how people from a cultural rich country supposed to behave? Sneaking like thieves maling? Why, with millions of rupiah still cannot enter malingsia legally ka hihihi?

Hei malingsia kami bukan bangsa serumpun kamu! Says them. Then don't come here lah. Go and wash filthy toilet or give bathe to pet dog somewhere else.  We can survive without Indonesian coolie, stay at home and eat your rasa sayang eh and tor tor dance lah!

Last but not least, My deepest condolences to the families of the deceased.

To those hatred monger,  I love my country as much as you do to yours, I'm sorry for being emotional and go fcuk yourself.

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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

10 lame superheroes

10 superheroes with utterly useless powers
Yahoo Newsroom - Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Yes, we'll be the first to admit that your cool factor will be quadrupled (more than that, actually) if you have superpowers like Superman. But wait; not all superheroes have super awesome powers. Don't believe us? Check out these ten superheroes who, sadly, have less-than-super powers. Poor dudes and dudettes.

1) ARM FALL OFF BOY (DC COMICS)
Not-so-super power: Ability to detach his limbs
We’re totally not joking! Created by DC Comics, Arm Fall Off Boy’s superpower is the ability to detach his arms and use them as blunt weapons. Like, how sad of a superpower is that? But the good thing is; if you need help, he can give you a hand – literally!

2) CYPHER (MARVEL COMICS)
Not-so-super power: Ability to translate any language
Cypher is a superhero created by Marvel whose superpower is, in superhero term, “semi-telepathic and semi-clairvoyant omnilingualism”. In simple English, it means that he has the ability to translate any language. In even simpler English, he’s Google Translate on legs.

3) HINDSIGHT LAD (MARVEL COMICS)
Not-so-super power: Ability to research and analyze, uhh, stuff
‘Depressing’ is an understatement when you describe Hindsight Lad’s superpower. That’s because his superpower is the ability to research and analyse in hindsight how events could have played out if different actions were taken. It means that Hindsight Lad has the power of your average college student. Minus the assignments.

4) JUBILEE (MARVEL COMICS)
Not-so-super power: Generate bright bursts of fireworks from her fingertips
A member of the X-Men, Jubilee’s greatest contribution to the X-Men Civil War is probably the time where she provided the fireworks for the post-war celebration because, well, her superpower is the ability to shoot fireworks out of her fingers. She’s extremely popular during the holiday season.

5) MATTER-EATER LAD (DC COMICS)
Not-so-super power: Ability to eat anything (even a superhero) in record speed
Hailing from the alien planet of Bismoll, Matter-Eater Lad possesses the power to – yup, you guessed it – eat anything in record-breaking speed, including Superman! You know, the exact same superpower hungry 17-year-olds have.

6)RAINBOW GIRL (DC COMICS)
Not-so-super power: Ability to control emotional spectrum
Rainbow Girl’s official superpower, as listed in DC Comic’s database, is that she “wields the powers of the mysterious emotional spectrum resulting in unpredictable mood swings.” Correct us if we’re wrong; but does it not describe the signs of PMS?

7) DANNY THE STREET (DC COMICS)
Not-so-super power: Being a street (yup, that's his superpower)
Nope, you didn’t read us wrong: Danny IS indeed an actual street! Created by DC Comics, Danny has long served as a home for the strange and the unwanted. His superpower? Teleportation, for he has the ability to “integrate himself into a city's geography without causing any damage or disturbance”. And that’s not all; Danny is a transvestite street! Things just get sadder for poor ol’ Danny.

8) INFECTIOUS LASS (DC COMICS)
Not-so-super power: Ability to spread diseases
If you’re prone to sickness, she is your worst nightmare. Infectious Lass hails from the alien planet of Somahtur, and she possesses the ability to spread germs. Like, when you stare at her and BOOM!! You have herpes.

9) THE COLOR KID (DC COMICS)
Not-so-super power: Ability to chance the colour of someone or something
Remember when you’re a kid, and you have this friend who carries around crayons and treats walls or tables as his colouring book? That’s basically The Color Kid’s superpower: the ability to change the colour of someone or something. Seriously; we won’t call his power awesome.

10) SQUIRREL GIRL (MARVEL COMICS)
Not-so-super power: Ability to summon squirrels
If a superhero has the ability to summon lions or tigers – or prehistoric monsters, as a matter of fact – it would be an awesome power, but squirrels? The only way a villain will fall in the hands of Squirrel Girl is either 1) the squirrels have rabies, or 2) the villain is a guy because, well, he has nuts. ~yahoo

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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Today 67 years ago - State of Israel Proclaimed (1948)

This day in history

State of Israel Proclaimed (1948)

In November 1947, the UN approved the Partition Plan for Palestine. Britain had governed Palestine since 1920, but the Partition Plan called for the formation of two states—one Jewish and one Arab—as well as a small, internationally administered zone in formerly British territory. The Arab leadership rejected the plan, but on May 14, 1948, the State of Israel was declared. The next day, five Arab states declared war on Israel. ~thefreedictionary.com


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Monday, April 28, 2014

Afraid of one's own shadow


Now I know the meaning of afraid of one's own shadow.

Mr. Barack Obama is currently in Malaysia. Do you know that he brings his own limousine flown in from the US? All three of it. Also his own petrol, his own glass for the hotel where he is staying, his own army of security personel, yes swarm of security personel (when he was in Japan,  16000 policemen escorted him). His podium is bullet proof. Where he will be standing on the ground is declared a no fly zone up there in the air. That spontaneous crowd you saw greeted him was actually A carefully selected crowd chosen to stage a spontaneous moment and much more ridiculous things for security reasons.

Other VIPs when visiting a foreign country will be accompanied by a few bodyguards. They didn't flown in their own cars, glass and gas (even the air force one fuel were flown in by the marine, yeah to that extent).

What the hell is this guy afraid of? For a leader from a country that promotes freedom. This guy doesn't have much of it.

The star Friday suggested that he tries our durian and nasi lemak. I bet he will never had the chance because of security concerns. Pitty.

Welcome to Malaysia Mr. Obama.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

MH370: the theory i chose to believe

Copied somewhere,

Have you heard of this conspiracy theory re:the disappearance of MH 370? The story goes like this:

The American is withdrawing from the Afghanistan, one of their command and control system (used for controlling the pilotless drones) was hijacked by the Talebans when the American transport convoy was moving down from one of the hill top bases. The Talebans ambushed the convoy and killed 2 American Seal personnel, seized the equipment/weapons, including the command and control system which weighed about 20 tons and packed into 6 crates. This happened about a month ago in Feb 2014.

What the Talebans want is money. They want to sell the system to the Russian or the Chinese. The Russian is too busy in Ukraine. The Chinese are hungry for the system's technology. Just imagine if the Chinese master the technology behind the command and control system, all the American drones will become useless. So the Chinese sent 8 top defense scientists to check the system and agreed to pay millions for it.

Sometime in early Mar 2014, the 8 scientists and the 6 crates made their way to Malaysia, thinking that it was the best covert way to avoid detection. The cargo was then kept in the Embassy under diplomatic protection. Meanwhile the American has engaged the assistance of Israeli intelligence, and together they are determined to intercept and recapture the cargo.

The Chinese calculated that it will be safe to transport it via civilian aircraft so as to avoid suspicion. After all the direct flight from KL to Beijing takes only 4 and half hours, and the American will not hijack or harm the civilian. So MH370 is the perfect carrier.

There are 5 American and Israeli agents onboard who are familiar with Boeing operation. The 2 "Iranians" with stolen passports could be among them.

When MH370 is about to leave the Malaysian air space and reporting to Vietnamese air control, one American AWAC jammed their signal, disabled the pilot control system and switched over to remote control mode. That was when the plane suddenly lost altitude momentarily.

How the AWAC can do it ? Remember 911 incident ? After the 911 incident, all Boeing aircraft (and possibly all Airbus) are installed with remote control system to counter terrorist hijacking. Since then all the Boeing could be remote controlled by ground control tower. The same remote control system used to control the pilotless spy aircraft and drones.

The 5 American/Israeli agents soon took over the plane, switched off the transponder and other communication system, changed course and flew westwards. They dare not fly east to Philippines or Guam because the whole South China Sea air space was covered by Chinese surveillance radar and satellite.

The Malaysian, Thai and Indian military radars actually detected the unidentified aircraft but did not react professionally.

The plane flew over North Sumatra, Anambas, South India and then landed at Maldives (some villagers saw the aircraft landing), refuelled and continued its flight to Garcia Deigo, the American Air Base in the middle of Indian Ocean. The cargo and the black box were removed. The passengers were silenced via natural means, lack of oxygen. They believe only dead person will not talk. The MH370 with dead passengers were air borne again via remote control and crashed into South Indian Ocean, make it to believe that the plane eventually ran out of fuel and crashed, and blame the defiant captain and copilot.

The American has put up a good show. First diverting all the attention and search effort in the South China Sea while the plane made their way to Indian Ocean. Then they came out with some conflicting statement and evidence to confuse the world. The Australian is the co-actor.

The amount of effort put up by China, in terms of the number of search aircraft, ships and satellites, searching first the South China Sea, then the Malacca Straits and the Indian Ocean is unprecedented. This showed that the China is very concerned, not so much because of the many Chinese civilian passengers, but mainly the high value cargo and its 8 top defense scientists.

Don't believe the story? I don't expect you to but let's wait and see how the episode unveils itself. Or perhaps it will never be known until the next Snowden emerges.

Of all the theories this is the most believable and answers most of the lingering questions..

Provided the february incident are true...
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Remaining question,
1. The fiery objects some people saw in the east coast on the day the incident happened.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Where's MH370?

Back in the 90s there was a down syndrome kid in my village. He's 15 yo. His parents fear for his safety kept him locked in a special room with plenty of windows, bared.

However one day he managed to escape suspected by climbing the wall and slipped through the opening between the roof and the wall. He disappeared for 6 hours.

When his parents realized he was gone at 12 noon they called everybody to help. I at that time was 11 yo joined the search party. We search everywhere until we came to a conclusion that he maybe drowned in the canal behind his house.

His father and a few others started diving and scouring the canal floor but to no avail.  They informed the police and called a bomoh to help. Bomoh and kampung folk are unseparateable. Like all bomoh they talk in riddle.

Finally, it was dusk and the kampung mosque and all the mosques of the surrounding villages started calling to pray. By the power of the almighty ALLAH in front of everybody that was standing by the canal. The body emerged.

There was a second story. A boy vanished for the whole day while playing. It was in the afternoon when they realized he was gone. He didn't come home for lunch.

A search party was formed and they looked for him everywhere.  That night they gathered at the mosque and recited the yasin.

After a while his mother found him behind their house hiding in the lemon grass plant. After query he told them he followed a white rabbit into the wood and was taken by a woman to her home for the whole day. He was returned while he is sleeping.

One night our prophet SAW disappeared for the whole night. His companions tried to look for him all over Mecca but to no avail until they suspected him being kidnapped.  When it was dawn he SAW returned.  When he was asked where he SAW had been. He SAW told his companions he SAW went to teach the genie to recite the Quran in their village.

These shows that another dimension exist and human could be lost in there.

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Makan-makan di Bagan Serai Perak

Restoren serai indah shahul hamid.

Terkenal dengan,

1. Ayam masak madu.
2. Kari daging cincang.
3. Ulam
4. Nasi briayani kambing (jumaat sahaja)
5. Ikan semilang (hari-hari tertentu sahaja)

Bagan serai, Perak sebuah pekan koboi. Namun persinggahan saya ke sana tempoh hari adalah tidak sia-sia apabila saya menemui restoran yang terkenal di kalangan masyarakat setempat kerana masakannya.

Restoren serai indah shahul hamid agak sederhana sekali pandang. Di lot tengah pula tu tidak seperti restoran lain yang gah di corner lot. Tetapi masakannya yang tersenarai di atas selalunya habis sebelum jam 2. Mula dihidangkan jam sepuluh.

Ada juga menu rahsia yang tidak tersenarai tetapi harus diorder baru dimasak iaitu kari udang galah. Slurrrp.

Jika anda lalu di pekan bagan serai jangan lupa singgah di restoran serai indah shahul hamid.  :)

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