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ISA, Don’t Count Your Chickens Before They’re Hatched

In what seems to be one of the most dramatized acts by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak to swing middle-class voters in the coming general election into his camp, the premier raise some eyebrows when he announced that the cruel 1960 ISA (Internal Security Act)  and Emergency Ordinance, of which allow for indefinite detention without […]

... written on Sep 19 2011

Here’re 11 Amazing Hidden Messages On Dollar Bills

In a couple of days, United State’s focus will be shifted to the 10-year anniversary of 911 (Sept-11) attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. This could be the sweetest anniversary or remembrance since the attacks because the master-mind, Osama bin Laden, is dead. At the same time, the federal government is escalating security […]

... written on Sep 08 2011

Somalia Tragedy Can Be Avoided – 6 Things To Do

Two teams were assigned thousands of miles away from Malaysia – one was on a humanitarian mission (with publicity propaganda mission thrown in) to Somalia while the other was on a holiday trip to Perth flying government’s version of Air Force One. One team came back with a body-bag while the other team had to […]

... written on Sep 06 2011

Romance Of Three Kingdoms – Najib, Mahathir & Anwar

Great minds think alike, but fools seldom differ and those with great minds normally think out of the box. Former premier Mahathir always thinks he has the greatest mind or intelligence amongst all the prime ministers of Malaysia. Heck, he even thought he was smarter than any prime minister or president within the Southeast Asian […]

... written on Sep 02 2011

15 World’s Biggest Gold Reserves Cheering Record Price

Spot gold surge ro record high of $1,878 an ounce for a third consecutive session on Monday. Heck, when was the last time the gold ever did a serious pullback? You can actually bet last penny that the gold will hit $2,000 an ounce, easily and surely. The U.S. economy is in a mess (again) […]

... written on Aug 22 2011

London Riots – Ridiculous Injustice Over Sentences?

Now that the London riots are over, news making headline seems to be the so-called harsh punishments on those caught in the riots. Scotland Yard has now charged a total of 1,005 suspects after 1,733 arrests so far. But based on the amazing punishments there were debates if the courts were being consistent? Judges and […]

... written on Aug 19 2011

Stunning Photos Of The London Riots

Almost exactly a year before the city plays host to the Olympic Games, the riot and violence has raised concerns for the city’s security. The violence spread outside London, with serious eruptions of violence in Birmingham and Liverpool, but the scale of events in the British capital was unprecedented, and utterly overwhelmed the city’s 32,000 […]

... written on Aug 10 2011

Taking 228% Profit, Thanks To S&P’s AAA – AA+ Cut

The U.S. stock market joined a sell-off around the world today (Monday) in the first trading since Standard & Poor’s downgraded American debt by one notch – from AAA, the highest rating, to AA+. The Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 250 points minutes after the opening bell on Wall Street. As expected the […]

... written on Aug 09 2011

Debts & Deficits – 21 Currencies That Have Gone Bust

When the Dow tumbled more than 500 points yesterday, the worry and concern that the largest economy powerhouse may collapse reappears. Frankly, it isn’t that difficult to imagine that the U.S. dollar may collapse due to the huge debts and deficits. Historically there are many examples on how hyperinflation drove a country to total disarray. […]

... written on Aug 06 2011

Welcome To Chaos, Welcome To Panic Selling

Chaos ruled the trading floor when investors sold their stocks in a big wave triggering what appears to be the worst stock-market selloff since the middle of financial crisis in early 2009. Both Dow Jones and S&P-500 dropped more than 4% while the Nasdaq lost 5% on fear that the still-trying-to-recover United States may hit […]

... written on Aug 05 2011









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