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Archive for January, 2019

Kids Fighting – Pelosi Delayed Trump’s State Of Union, So Trump Postpones Pelosi Foreign Trip … 1 Hour Before Takeoff

The U.S. President Donald Trump has been scheduled to deliver his message to a Joint Session of Congress on Jan. 29. However, Speaker Nancy Pelosi has another idea. She said – “The date of the State of the Union is not a special date. It’s not constitutionally required, it’s not the president’s birthday, and it’s […]

... written on Jan 18 2019

Singapore To Be Hit The Most If US-China Trade War Continue Deteriorating

Singapore is a trade-dependent country. The Republic’s growth prospects are closely tied to the outlook for the global economy and trade. On Thursday (Jan 17), it announced a disappointing export number – fell by 8.5% instead of economists’ expectation of a 2% rise in December. That number is the worst decline in more than two years […]

... written on Jan 17 2019

Goldman Apologises For 1MDB Scandal – Proof That Saudi Donations For Najib Did Not Exist At All

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon on Wednesday (Jan 16) apologised to the Malaysian people for former banker Tim Leissner’s role in the sovereign wealth fund 1MDB scandal. However, the chief executive cunningly distanced the bank from the scheme, choosing to throw the former partner under the bus instead, as Malaysia filed criminal charges against it […]

... written on Jan 17 2019

Meet “Mamak” Abdul Azeez – The Crook Who Disguised As A Good Muslim To Steal, Loot & Plunder

The genuine Malay Muslims in this country should stop worrying about losing their Malay privilege or Islam supremacy to non-Muslims. In the same breath, they should also stop worrying that the special position of Malay Rulers would disappear overnight. The rights of the Malays, Islam and Monarchy are strongly guarded and enshrined in the Constitution. […]

... written on Jan 16 2019

Paying The Price For Being The US Bitch – China Sends Canadian To Death For Drug Smuggling

Robert Lloyd Schellenberg, a Canadian citizen, could stay alive if not for the China-Canada diplomatic hostilities. The 36-year-old former oil worker was detained in Liaoning province in 2014 for trying to smuggle more than 200kg of methamphetamine in China. That’s a huge amount of drugs. Still, he was sentenced to only 15 years in prison and […]

... written on Jan 15 2019

What Trade War? US Trade Deficit With China Hits Record High $323.32 Billion Last Year

One of the important goals President Donald Trump decided to launch a trade war with China last year was to narrow the trade deficit gap. He promised during his presidential campaign and after he entered the White House that he would seek to reduce massive U.S. trade deficits with China. However, based on the latest […]

... written on Jan 15 2019

Insulting The King – Why Hasn’t The Police Arrested & Charged Ex-Chief Justice Abdul Hamid?

Former Chief Justice, Abdul Hamid Mohamad, was (and still is) one of hardcore supporters of Najib Razak. He was such a fanatic fan of the former prime minister that two days before the May 9 general election last year, he condemned Mahathir for  not only out to topple Najib, but also wanted to destroy UMNO […]

... written on Jan 14 2019

Starbucks May Be The Next American Company Suffering Weak Sales In China After Apple

Apple – America’s first trillion-dollar company – is now worth only US$720 billion. The technology giant recently revised its first quarter sales forecast downward, blaming the global economic slowdown, Trump’s trade war and a slowdown in the Chinese market. CEO Tim Cook should blame the company itself instead for greedily raising the iPhone prices.   […]

... written on Jan 13 2019

Freedom Of Speech – Only PM Mahathir Has The Balls Of Steel To Lecture The Clueless Police

The Sultan Muhammad V has returned to his state of Kelantan after abdicating the throne as the “Yang di-Pertuan Agong (Supreme Ruler, or simply the King)” effective Sunday (Jan 6). What is still unknown and of utmost interest is the actual reason the former King was given an ultimatum by the Council of Rulers to […]

... written on Jan 11 2019

China Navy Force Expansion – Warships Dock In Cambodia, Triggering Fears Of A New Naval Base

Three Chinese warships arrived in Cambodia on Wednesday on a visit aimed at strengthening already close ties between the two nations. As early as 2016, Cambodia hosted its first major naval joint exercises with Chinese forces. This round, as many as 700 crew members docked at the port of Sihanoukville, also known as “Kampong Som”. […]

... written on Jan 10 2019









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