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Here’s UK US$269 Billion Awesome Military Spending Spree To Combat ISIS

Brussels remains on lock-down for a fourth day as police hunt for a prime suspect behind the Paris terror attacks. Plus, the U.S. has issued a global travel alert, citing increased terrorist attacks. Caught on camera by an undercover Muslim reporter, a secret British cell of Islamist women is brainwashing young female Muslims in the […]

... written on Nov 24 2015

From Russia With Love – Putin Sent “Bear”, “Backfire” & “Blackjack”

Babysitter Angela Merkel was taken aback when German authorities told her of an unconfirmed bomb plot. It was enough for her to cancel a football match between Germany and Netherlands, a match that the German Chancellor had planned to attend but chicken out. It seems her kindness towards the Muslims was insufficient to win the […]

... written on Nov 19 2015

Paris Attacks – Western Superpowers Playing With Fire They Couldn’t Control

If 2014 was a bad year for Malaysia, this year belongs to France. Last year, Malaysia experienced a double whammy of aviation disaster when the country lost two planes – the missing MH370 and the downing of MH17. France’s first disaster occurred early of the year during the Charlie Hebdo shooting where 12 were killed. […]

... written on Nov 15 2015

Russian Airbus A321 Crash – Can Putin Feel What Malaysians & Dutch Felt?

When the Russian Airbus A321-200 crashed in the Sinai on Saturday, killing all 224 people on board (including at least 24 children), it immediately brings back the sad memory of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 which was shot down, allegedly by Russian-made BUK surface to air missile. The MH17 disaster killed all 283 passengers and 15 crew […]

... written on Nov 04 2015

U.S. Provoking To Start A War With China? Bring It On!!

Depending on which century you were born, you may see China as a great innovator, or merely a great copycat. Paper, gunpowder, printing and compass are four ancient inventions by Chinese people that have had a huge impact on the entire world. If only they have had put them into good use, they could have […]

... written on Oct 28 2015

Jokowi’s Ambitious Plan – Taking Indonesia Into High-Tech Era

When Malaysia introduced MSC (Multimedia Super Corridor) by Mahathir on Feb. 12, 1996, there were lots of “Oohh’s” and “Aahh’s”. Soon, Singapore took the shine as a high-technology country. By now, even Vietnam looks like a sure bet to become a more high-tech country than Malaysia, using its 10 start-ups with over 1-million users as […]

... written on Oct 16 2015

Russian Airstrikes Prove Why Putin Is A Better Leader Than Obama

The collapse of the Soviet Union in Dec 1991 was a major geopolitical disaster to the world, at least to supremo Vladimir Putin. For as long as the Russian leader can remember, the memory of the good old days where the Soviet Union rivals United States was enough to make him orgasm. He has been […]

... written on Oct 01 2015

20 Crazy Facts About Lord Pablo Escobar You May Not Know

Does the name Popeye Vásquez ring a bell? No, not the “Popeye the Sailorman” cartoon but “Popeye the Hitman” who admitted to killing about 300 people as the right-hand man to Pablo Escobar, the Colombian notorious drugs lord. Not only he killed so many people including his own girlfriend, Popeye also ordered the murder of […]

... written on Sep 22 2015

After 1 Murder, 2 Scorpenes & RM500 Million Commission; Najib To Buy 2 Mistrals For RM7 Billion?

In June 2002, the Malaysian government signed a €1 billion (US$961 million; RM3.4 billion) contract with Armaris (now DCNS) and Spanish naval shipbuilder Izar (now Navantia) for 2 SSK Scorpenes submarines. Soon after delivery, embarrassingly, one of the submarines couldn’t dive.   However, the humiliation pale in comparison to the deal’s other scandals. A Mongolian […]

... written on Sep 01 2015

Apple iOS-Liked Technology Coming To Your Car’s Windshield?

The first ever mobile phone call was made in 1973 by Motorola’s Martin Cooper. That’s right, before most of you were born to this planet; Motorola had already done the “Connecting People” revolution, which later used as a slogan by Nokia. But the first cell phone wasn’t ready until 1983, when Motorola launched its DynaTAC […]

... written on Aug 14 2015









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