Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Murderer back home to collect his dues


IN OTHER COUNTRIES HE WOULD HAVE BEEN SHOT.
TODAY THE MURDERER IS LAUGHING AT HOW STUPID WE ARE.
INDEED.
WE WILL PRAY FOR HIS PLANE TO GO DOWN IN SIMILAR FASHION LIKE MH370.
DID HE JUST PURCHASE A JET TO COME HOME?

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flyer168 said...

"Murderer back home to collect his dues"

Just to share this...

Jibby's new Think-Tank ala Razak Baginda's team again in preparation for...

From Scorpene scandal to Mistral mystery...

August 31, 2015

"So what are these “other assets” that the defence minister did not specify?

He omitted to mention another big purchase that has been highlighted in the international defence news portals. La Tribune newspaper recently suggested that Malaysia is also a possible contender for purchasing one of the Mistral aircraft carriers which had been ordered by Russia from STX France before being cancelled after the Ukrainian standoff in 2014.

The French defense minister is reported to be in talks with Malaysia to sell us one of these Mistral aircraft carriers.

According to La Tribune, Malaysia has been interested in buying an aircraft carrier similar to a Mistral for at least 10 years. So why the mystery if an aircraft carrier is considered essential for the country’s security needs? Or is it? Where is the transparency in the discussions over our defence needs?

Can we afford Rafale fighter jets and Mistral aircraft carrier?

For these defence procurements to be accepted by the public, Malaysian taxpayers should be given breakdowns of how much defence purchases such as Mistral aircraft carriers cost. To give you an idea of the cost of a Mistral aircraft carrier:

In 2010, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev approved the purchase by Rosoboronexport of two Mistral class ships from France for €1.37 billion. The sale of the Mistral warships would have been the largest ever sale of military hardware by a NATO nation to Russia. Thus the cost of buying and running just one of these Mistral warships will be in the region of RM4 billion at the very least. That’s 4,000 new schools or 400 new hospitals or clinics!

Then there is the question of maintenance. To give Malaysians an idea of the cost of maintaining an aircraft carrier, we only need to look at British cooperation with France over the use of aircraft carriers. In a sweeping review last year, Britain cut its defence budget by scrapping its only aircraft carrier. Their cooperation with France may eventually lead to the creation of identical ships, equipment and similar training in order to cut down maintenance costs.

Thus, if a country such as Britain can do without any aircraft carriers does Malaysia so desperately need one, especially when, following the British-French example, cooperation within ASEAN should be the way forward.

Likewise, can we afford fighter jets like the Rafale when their prices are spiraling way out of control and they are so quickly obsolete? Again to give Malaysian taxpayers an idea of the cost of these fabulous flying machines of war: Qatar just signed a 6.3bn euro (RM28bn) agreement for the purchase of 24 Dassault Aviation-built Rafale fighter jets (at RM1billion a piece?) which included missiles and training for pilots. We need to bear in mind that even countries selling these fighter jets, ie. Britain and France could not sustain fighter jet sorties against Syria for more than two or three weeks recently, to the chagrin of their ally the US !

So, to answer Hishamuddin’s question – No, we cannot afford Rafale fighter jets or a Mistral aircraft carrier!..."

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/highlight/2015/08/31/from-scorpene-scandal-to-mistral-mystery/

Cont'd Part 2...

flyer168 said...


"Murderer back home to collect his dues"

Part 2...

Also to share this...

"ICON is a 'think tank based in Kuala Lumpur with a focus on global affairs'.

ICON was founded to challenge prevailing views and norms, in order to encourage broader debate and discourse that we believe are critical in the current domestic and global environment...

In such a tumultuous period in the history of mankind and the world, and specifically in Malaysia, a few of us strongly believe that there is still a need to fill the lacuna that exists in the field of knowledge. In a world where access to information has become common place, it's interpretation is becoming that much more critical. As it is often said, "information devoid of knowledge is indeed a dangerous thing".

About Us

The collapse of dictatorial and autocratic regimes have opened the Pandora box of inter- and intra-political and religious conflicts, thereby unleashing new fervour, with various groups claiming to represent the aggrieved parties. Transnational forces have emerged, thereby making every country and society no longer immune and isolated from such threats. The world has indeed become truly borderless. Such is the state of the world we live in today.

As countries like Malaysia, aspire to uplift themselves from the morass of underdevelopment and progress into the category of higher income economic nations, they are also faced with the need to meet the increasing demands of a much more politically aware public. Through the explosion of the often uncontrolled social media and the Internet world, the public is exposed to a whole array of information, with varying degrees of authenticity. Through such an effective medium, people everywhere are faced with the challenge of trying to cope with such a phenomenon. There is indeed a need for us to sift through the myriad of information overload so readily available.

In such a tumultuous period in the history of mankind and the world, and specifically in Malaysia, a few of us strongly believe that there is still a need to fill the lacuna that exists in the field of knowledge. In a world where access to information has become common place, it's interpretation is becoming that much more critical. As it is often said, "information devoid of knowledge is indeed a dangerous thing".

As such, an organisation, referred to as ICON is established. The name Icon is not derived from that common word, but rather it is a short form for the word, iconoclastic, which aptly summarises our raison d'ĂȘtre.

In such a tumultuous period in the history of mankind and the world, and specifically in Malaysia, a few of us strongly believe that there is still a need to fill the lacuna that exists in the field of knowledge. In a world where access to information has become common place, it's interpretation is becoming that much more critical. As it is often said, "information devoid of knowledge is indeed a dangerous thing".

Founders' Address

ICON is a think tank based in Kuala Lumpur with a focus on global affairs. ICON was founded to challenge prevailing views and norms, in order to encourage broader debate and discourse that we believe are critical in the current domestic and global environment. This is an important ingredient in navigating the wealth of information and disinformation overwhelming today’s society. The knowledge and understanding gained from the creation of such platforms leads us one step closer towards the creation of a better world and future for all.

Cont'd Part 3...

flyer168 said...

"Murderer back home to collect his dues"

Part 3...

Abdul Razak Baginda is currently Director of a UK-based charitable organisation, the Islamic Peace Foundation. He was previously, the Head of Strategic Studies and International Relations at the Malaysian Armed Forces Defence College; Executive Director of the Malaysian Strategic Research Centre; and Senior Member of St. Antony's College, Oxford. He received his doctorate from the "University of Oxford".

Fariz Abdul Rani is currently the Head of Scientific Affairs with a multinational pharmaceutical company. He was previously a senior lecturer at the University Malaya; a Research Pharmacist at the University of London; and a healthcare professional with the University Malaya Medical Centre. He received his doctorate from "University College London" and is also a member of the British Mensa Society.

Ahmad Helmi Azhar is currently an executive at a multinational telecommunications company. He is an alumnus member of Balliol College, Oxford. He was previously President for Oxford University Malaysia Club and Vice Chairman for United Kingdom & Eire Council for Malaysian Students (UKEC). He is a member of Oxford University Strategic Studies Group. He received his doctorate from the "University of Oxford."

As such, an organisation, referred to as ICON is established. The name Icon is not derived from that common word, but rather it is a short form for the word, iconoclastic, which aptly summarises our raison d'ĂȘtre.

http://www.icon.org.my/#!aboutus/c1n8o

Note: University College London & University of Oxford are part of the "Tavistock Institute".

The Tavistock Agenda - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ml3IM0esWXM

Tavistock Institute for Global Manipulation - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZG0b02zCdg

"...When he died in 1902, he left money in his will to fund "Rhodes Scholarships" in which overseas students had their expenses paid to study at Oxford University - the centre of the Illuminati's manipulation of "education".

The ratio of these "Rhodes Scholars" who go back to their countries to enter positions of political, economic, and media power is enormous compared with the general student population.

They act as Illuminati agents. The most famous Rhodes Scholar in the world today is Bill Clinton, the two-times President of the United States.

But while Rhodes was the official front man for the Round Table, the real controllers and funders were, and are, the House of Rothschild, the banking dynasty which is at the heart of so much of the global conspiracy..."

http://www.nwotoday.com/today/the-powers-behind-the-global-empire

You be the judge.

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