Monday, March 31, 2014

My 2 sen on MH370

There are many conspiracy theories over MH370 since it went missing on 8th March 2014, that the whole world almost stood still for a while. Since then many evidences pointed to Captain Zaharie, Diego Gracia and Tel Aviv as the culprit for the missing plane.

I do not know much about world politic and power grabbing in the International arena except what is happening in my own country, namely Malaysia where a simple word like 'Allah' use by non-Muslim can offend the Muslim even though the former Most Forgetful Premier Mahathir Kutty had declared Malaysia as a Secular Nation.

Mr Most Forgetful was an egocentric man.  Since he became the Premier, he wanted the people to forget the works of past premiers. One of the things he did when he was the Premier was to move the Administration of the Government to Putrajaya.

Putrajaya is like a postcard, beautiful to look at but that's it.  Nothing more.  Empty. Similar to the way one passes by a cemetery. Putrajaya has negative vibe.  In Chinese we call it BAD FENG SHUI.

Another disadvantage that not everyone realizes about Putrajaya is that it stand out like a sore thumb for International Collection of Information and attack by foreign countries.

The former places where our Government Administration were located had many buildings beside, were placed in different parts of Kuala Lumpur, traffic, noises etc that makes tracking information through satellite more difficult.

Now with easy access to vital information other countries knew who and what is been moved within and outside Malaysia.

When I was young my teachers used to tell us stories about the British Monarchy and how the whole family were never allowed to travel together, in case of accident there is a living heir.

This policy is greatly observed by the British till today.  So it did surprise me that a company dealing with Electronic Warfare and Military Radar failed to observe this golden rule.

So 20 Freescale Semiconductor employees are now in the hands of the one who wants to take the World Leadership from America.

My take is that the country holding MH370 and its passengers is IRAN.  And I believe strongly that the Americans knew about this and could do nothing hence the big silence and no help from them.

I have marked in blue the important points in the article below that we should seriously consider and also to point out that most Iranians do speak and write French, English, BM, Hindi, Mandarin and Japanese beside their mother tongue.

Iran Announces Development of Ballistic Missile Technology

IRGC leader: ‘We own this technology as well’

IRGC Brigadier General Hossein Salami / AP
IRGC Brigadier General Hossein Salami / AP
A top Iranian military leader announced late Tuesday that Iran has developed “indigenous” ballistic missile technology, which could eventually allow it to fire a nuclear payload over great distances.
Brigadier General Hossein Salami, the lieutenant commander of Iran’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), made the critical weapons announcement just days after Iran and the West signed a deal aimed at curbing the country’s nuclear activities.
Salami claimed that “Iran is among the only three world countries enjoying an indigenous ballistic missile technology,” according to the state-run Fars News Agency.
“Many countries may have access to cruise missiles technology, but when it comes to ballistic missiles, I am confident that only the U.S. and the [former] Soviet Union could master this technology, and now we can announce that we own this technology as well,” Salami told Fars.
The IRGC leader said that Iran is quickly developing advanced military know-how.
“While we did not have any knowledge about drones, we have developed and acquired drones that travel 2,000 kilometers, conduct their operations, and then land in our desirable regions,” he was quoted as saying.
Iran’s claim to ballistic missiles would be a major development for a country known to use its military machinery as a means of intimidating its regional neighbors.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton said Iran’s ballistic missile announcement is no surprise.
“Iran’s ballistic missile program has always been to provide the delivery vehicles nor nuclear warheads,” Bolton said. “The timing of the IRGC announcement is no coincidence.”
As Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and other officials celebrate the recently announced nuclear accord, Tehran’s military leaders have adopted a harsh line on the West.
Another IRGC leader said on Tuesday that Americans only understand “the language of force.”
The U.S. has double-standards towards social issues of nations and the language that Americans understands is the language of force,” General Ramezan Sharif, Head of the IRGC’s Public Relations Department, said on Tuesday.
U.S. power is growing weaker every year, he said.
“The pillars of the U.S. strength have become seriously shaky in the world, especially in the Middle-East,” according to Sharif.
Other Iranian military officials claim that Tehran no longer needs to import key weapons as they once did.
“Today, we are honored that we have been able to grow needless in the defense equipment sector with the help of our young scientists and thinkers and now we provide all the needs of the Armed Forces with the best quality,” Iranian Deputy Defense Minister Brigadier General Aboutaleb Shafaqat said on Tuesday.
In addition to installing a new air defense system reportedly capable of destroying high-altitude targets, the Iranians claim to have built a highly advanced unmanned drone that is capable of flying for 30 hours straight.
Former Pentagon adviser Michael Rubin said that the United States is not paying great enough attention to Tehran’s military advancements.
“Perhaps, [Secretary of State] John Kerry believes that Iran only wants ballistic missiles for peaceful purposes,” said Rubin, author of Dancing with the Devil: The Perils of Engaging Rogue Regimes.
“The fact of the matter is that Kerry and crew left both ballistic missiles and the nuclear warhead trigger experimentation at Parchin [military site] off-the-table” during talks in Geneva, Rubin said. “It’s the diplomatic equivalent of installing a burglar alarm system in your house but leaving the keys in the door.”
State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki was asked on Tuesday about a Monday Free Beacon report that Iran does not need to freeze its nuclear program until final details pertaining to the recently announced nuclear pact are hashed out.
The six-month nuclear enrichment freeze negotiated under the deal will not actually begin until Iran and Western powers finalize the deal at a later date.
“It has not” yet begun, Psaki told reporters. “The next step here is a continuation of technical discussions at a working level so that we can essentially tee up the implementation of the agreement, so that would involve the P-5 plus one—a commission of the P-5 plus one experts working with the Iranians and the” International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Psaki said she did not know when the actual deal will be finalized and go into effect.
“Obviously, once that’s—those technical discussions are worked through, I guess the clock would start,” she said.
Psaki added that the U.S must put its faith in Iran upholding the spirit of the deal in the interim.
“In terms of what the Iranians are or aren’t doing, you know, obviously, our hope would be, given we are respecting the spirit of the agreement in pressing for sanctions not to be put in place and beginning the process of figuring out how to deliver on our end of the bargain, that the same would be coming from their end in the spirit of the—of the agreement,” she said.

1 comment:

masmissing said...

Look at RMAF Gong Kedak the clue about the missing plane.didn't the villagers complain about a low flying aircraft early in the morning . Remember the 6 hours loss before SAR was launched because no day light. Need 5 to 6 hours to fill a big hole. This air base is nearest to the turn around point and has a long runway for fighter jets

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