Anwar Bans Israeli Ships – But The Secret Malaysia-Israel Billion-Dollar Trades Since 28 Years Ago Will Continue

Still trying very hard to convince Malay-Muslim voters that he is the biggest Palestinian champion (or the loudest Jewish critic), Malaysia Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim has slapped a sanction on all Israeli owned and flagged ships from docking at the country’s sea terminals. In addition, any vessels headed to Israel will also be banned from […]

... written on Dec 21 2023

Covid Lockdown – How Corrupt Government Operatives Use Dirty Tricks To Slap People With RM1000 Compound Fines

A whopping 4,029 Covid-19 new cases and 8 deaths have been reported in the past 24 hours (Jan 16, 2021). The country hit another new record and for the first time, infections number breaches the 4,000 milestone. Congratulations to the backdoor Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, who does not dare to claim credit anymore about containing […]

... written on Jan 17 2021

Jack Ma To Leave Alibaba Only In 2020 – Here’s His Full Letter To Shareholders & Customers

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd’s billionaire co-founder Jack Ma has just announced the much awaited succession plan today (10 September). On the same day he celebrates his 54th birthday, Jack Ma announced that CEO (chief executive officer) Daniel Zhang will succeed him as chairman of the board, starting 12 months later on September 10, 2019.   What this […]

... written on Sep 10 2018

Russian Jet Shot Down – How Putin Brilliantly Turns It To His Advantage

Unlike two months ago when a Russian 3-star general walked across street to the U.S. embassy in Baghdad and told them “We bomb in 1 hour. Stay out of our way”; this time the Russian had given prior information to the U.S. of the flight path of its Su-24 fighter jets. Surprisingly, a Russian jet […]

... written on Nov 29 2015

Parliament Dissolved – Next, Psychological Warfare

Given a choice, Malaysian (PM) Najib Razak would like to cling to power via emergency rule, the same way his father did after 1969 racial riots post opposition huge victory in the general election during the same year. However unlike 44 years ago, today is the age of information where people get the latest update […]

... written on Apr 03 2013

DAP Lim GE vs MCA Chua SL Debate – Secrets Revealed

Yesterday’s debate between MCA president Chua Soi Lek and DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng was a disappointment for those who’re looking for a debate entitled “Chinese at a Crossroads – Is a Two-Party System Becoming a Two-Race System?” simply because both debaters had failed to delve into the topic. DAP Lim was said to be […]

... written on Feb 19 2012

Just How Much Is $14.3 Trillion, US Debt Ceiling?

Economic and military super powerhouse United States of America officially hit its legal borrowing limit on Monday. That means the US government has debt of a mind-boggling US$14.3 trillion and if the lawmakers do not increase the borrowing limit by August 2nd, the government will be at risk of an unprecedented default. The result will […]

... written on May 23 2011

Photo Galleries: The Day After Japan’s Tsunami

Japan’s stunning earthquake may be over but there’re reports that smaller scale of magnitude-7 aftershock may be coming. A magnitude 7 quake is capable of destroying buildings and triggering tsunamis. Japan Prime Minister was certainly right to say that the country is facing its worst crisis since World War II as it tackles the aftermath […]

... written on Mar 15 2011

New Year 2011 Celebrations Kick Off

New Zealand’s largest city, Auckland was the first major city that welcomes the New Year 2011. Two hours later, Australia’s Sydney celebrated the new year with an estimated 1.5 million people gathered to watch the 12-minute $5 million fireworks display over the city’s iconic Harbour Bridge. Sydney promised a party better than any since the […]

... written on Dec 31 2010

Let the Peaceful Marchers Walk, Stop Wasting Bullets

So, another round of massive demonstration and another round of horrible traffic jam within the city. The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, was actually shut-down on Friday itself. I planned to go back early on Friday after a gathering but somehow couldn’t make it and spend some good hours wasting expensive fuels, thanks to the […]

... written on Aug 01 2009

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