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Did NATO Strike Really Killed Gaddafi’s Youngest Son?

The Libya crisis took a new twist when the NATO strike killed Colonel Gaddafi’s son and his three grandchildren, at least that was what the Libyan government claimed today. However Gaddafi and his wife, who were in their son’s, Saif al-Arab, house when it was targeted escaped unharmed and are in good health. If you […]

... written on May 02 2011

Nuclear Plants – Balancing Corruptions And Risks

Sometimes it’s super dangerous to have politicians who couldn’t care less about human lives as long as they can make some millions (through corruption) at their backyards. It’s one thing that your country couldn’t generate enough power to need demands but it’s another thing if you’re toying with the idea of nuclear plants when you’ve […]

... written on Apr 05 2011

Japan Nuclear Crisis Stabilizes, Libya In Focus (Photos)

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett was absolutely right when he said Japan’s devastating earthquake is the kind of extraordinary event that creates a buying opportunity for shares in Japanese companies. It’s no brainer that the earthquake and the nuclear catastrophe was a temporary setback unless of course the whole Japan island was totally wipe out. Furthermore, […]

... written on Mar 22 2011

Japan’s Chernobyl – Greed For Profits Above Safety?

A cloud of white smoke rose above Japan’s earthquake-damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant Wednesday. The cloud of smoke came from the No. 3 reactor and presumed to have been vapour from a spent-fuel storage pool at the reactor. Immediately officials asked workers at the plant to evacuate after the smoke or vapour rose above the […]

... written on Mar 17 2011

Nuclear Fears Rips Global Stocks, Ain’t Over Yet

Stocks around the globe dropped like a stone at the start of trading on news that dangerous levels of radiation are leaking from a crippled nuclear plant in Japan after a magnitude-9 earthquake followed by tsunami. In a situation where you’re uncertain about the impact of the nuclear crisis especially when it come from the […]

... written on Mar 16 2011

Japan Tsunami’s Greatest Problem – Nuclear Meltdown

U.S. Geological Survey said the reading was 8.9 but the Japanese officials raised their estimate Sunday of the quake’s magnitude to 9.0. Either way, it’s the strongest and the worst that hit Japan in 140 years. Just when you thought the uprising in the Middle East particularly Libya would have kept you occupied, the Japan’s […]

... written on Mar 14 2011

Gaddafi Moved Personal US$4.8 Billion To London

UNHCR, U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, says almost 100,000 people have fled Libya into neighbouring Egypt and Tunisia in the past week to escape a deadly anti-government uprising in Libya. Mediterranean ports are doing great business with thousands of other foreigners escaping Libya’s unrest. While thousands are getting out of the country, Mad-Dog Colonel Gaddafi is […]

... written on Feb 28 2011

Mad Dog Gaddafi to Spook Oil Prices Up North

Prepare for higher oil price because the “mad dog” is running wild. Dictator Muammar Gaddafi has launched a shocking war against his own people, killing at least hundreds and probably thousands in attacks by warplanes and foreign mercenaries. Reports of 400 dead, mystery Libyan jets landing in Malta, military retreating to their compounds and whatnot has […]

... written on Feb 23 2011

Senile Old Man Talks Crap Because Of Revolution?

First, the old man claimed he has been mistaken as the bad guy for launching the infamous “Operasi Lalang” – crackdown using Internal Security Act (ISA) in 1987 which saw 106 people, mostly opposition politicians, arrested. The old dictator, Mahathir Mohamad, conveniently blames the police over the crackdown. He’s the good guy and it was […]

... written on Feb 19 2011

Relax Najib, Stop Worrying About Egypt Uprising

Conservative Muslims and Christians, young and old, yuppies and the unemployed formed the tens of thousands of protesters who have thrown Egypt’s 30-year-old regime headed by President Hosni Mubarak into turbulence. The uproars immediately saw its effect globally from the price of crude oil to shivers into some leaders elsewhere. It’s interesting to note that […]

... written on Feb 09 2011









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