Friday, April 18, 2014

Wild Boar.......!

Wild boars coming  out to feed every evening  near Taman TAR,

I live near Taman Tun Abdul Razak or Taman TAR as it is commonly known.
When ever we drive home my wife and I made it a point to drive around the hill near the golf course to see a herd of wild boar and they are relatively tame.
Saw an old man stroking one alpha male's head for good luck.
It used to be hard to spot one wild boar but today they are not afraid to come out.
Monkeys are also loitering near our apartments they are not afraid of human anymore in fact they are aggressive.
Why am I writing about wild boar and monkey, I am bored and the truth is there is really nothing really interesting to write about anymore in this country.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Rest in Peace Karpal....

Karpal and wife Gurmit Kaur.  Doting husband and a good father...may you rest in peace sir!

You may hate or like him but his fate of a gory death is not fair, in my mind.  Karpal Singa should have died of old age and surrounded by his loved ones.
I am very sure Malaysians from all walks of life mourn his passing, a great politician and a man of substance.  May you Rest In Peace sir, and may your family also be blessed and protected.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Some Malays still want to treat Malays and non-Malays like children?!

Light at the end of the multi-racial better believe it!

The heyday of Malay political domination symbolises by people like Dollah Kok Lanas...

 "The former editor-in-chief of the New Straits Times today joined the chorus of attacks on the current administration, and hinted that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was a political coward unlike his predecessors.

Writing in his column for Sinar Harian, Tan Sri Abdullah Ahmad said "many hanker for a return" to either the Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad or Tun Razak eras "when there were no political cowards", suggesting that Najib was a political coward..........."  Malaysian Insider's translation from Sinar Harian.

Everyone knows who Tan Sri Abdullah Ahmad is, he is otherwise known as Dollah Kok Lanas, a once powerful right wing Malay politician with a massive ego to boost, constantly.
He was much feared then when he was a deputy minister under Tun Razak and cabinet ministers loathed him.  
He would motion his index finger to any junior or senior minister to come to him.  Then one day he was thrown into the dungeon for being a suspected Stalinist.
Onto the next topic. Many moons ago I had one of those rare and a private conversation with Prime Minister Najib Razak and he said to me: "Under my watch I want to empower every Malaysian - Malay, Chinese, Indian and everyone - the power to think about the well being of the country and society,"
I said: "Isn't that easier said than done sir! What about the right wing and the conservative within Umno who would shot down the idea of you wanting to empower evereyone including the non-Malays...shouldn't they be controlled? As we have done in the past?"
He said: "It must be done. I am not from the past I want to forge ahead and they may and call me anything they want but this is something I must do and will do..empower all law-abiding Malaysians into building this country......"
To continue from the top, let me tell what Dollah Kok Lanas and many other right wing Malays are saying.
That they are not comfortable with Najib's idea of liberal approach to society and his "empowering" everyone regardless of their ethnic backgrounds so long as they are doing it for the betterment of the country.
My contention is under Tun Razak and Tun Mahathir, Malaysians were overwhelmed or subdued either by sheer fear of the Malay power or that they are afraid to say "I am in pain" or "to stop hitting me" feelings.
Najib said: "I want to heal the nation for we have only one life to live, I don't want Malaysians to feel the pain of being subjugated by any one...they can say what they want I will still do it."
No Najib is not a coward, it is just that people like Dollah Kok Lanas and others like him, are afraid that they will lose their right wing Malay muscle by not being able to call any one, non-Malays included, via their smugged index finger.
People like Dollah Kok Lanas and others like him are actually HANKERING for the heyday of sheer Malay total domination at all cost, to come back, but that ain't going to happen under Najib's watch!
People like Dollah Kok Lanas and others like him must accept the fact that Najib, unlike all of his predecessors, is not a coward he is just doing it what was supposed to have been not make Malaysians live in fear.

Tuesday, April 08, 2014

Your childhood determines your adult life....

These people I am sure have a very unhappy and sad childhood that determine their actions in adult lives!

They are good friends and well brought up.
It's true that your childhood will determine you adult life and action.
Looking at prime ministers Lee Hsien Loong and Najib Razak together you can tell instantly they had a good and a happy childhood.  When together they tell good stories and crack sophisticated jokes to each other and are very civilised making their parents to be proud of them.
I had a happy childhood and brought up to be a happy person, today I still have old real non-Malay friends.  Actually there were only few of us that we used to get together at Wisma Lim Foo Yong, today we are meeting at an unmarked venue to be, to quote Clement, "away from the racists."
I could almost tell many of our home grown politicians be they from the government or the opposition  parties that did not have a happy childhood that could be gauged by their antics or actions  as politicians and as a human being. A list can be drawn to take a pick from as to who are among these politicians with unhappy childhood and to be totally badly brought up.
We can start with the PKR advisor Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI), a convicted sodomite.  So unhappy a childhood he had that he became a notorious serial sodomite and a deviant with a serious mental problem.
Did you know that so bad a deviant he was that it's been said even his eldest son, Ehsan, refused to have anything to do with his father and his family and he decided to live far away from his father and family....believed to be in the US.
The sad part to this whole episode of BABI bad-mouthing his own country to the whole wide world is that he allows himself to be used by the chauvinist remnants of the Bintang Tiga, the DAP.
The DAP hierarchy is also being dominated by leaders with a very sad, pathetic and an unhappy childhood.
If you put Lim Guan Eng and Najib together you can tell by their faces that Guan Eng is nothing like Lee Hsien Loong. Look at Guan Eng's father and that of ex-DAP chairman Karpal and his sons, they all have that tell tales wrinkles and expression of one who hate anything and everything that is Malay.
Already in Penang Malay areas and kampung have been decimated to be turned into an urban areas in the image of the Chinese DAP.  These people are treading on thin ice and they must be very careful in believing the peace-loving Malays will swallow everyhting thrown at them, few or some Malays may, but not all the Malays all the time.  The time will come for uncouth chauvinist DAP  members with unhappy childhood like Hannah Yeoh to give up their songkok, the proverbial sacred Malay headgear, for good.
On the same note I urged the Malays to wake up from their slumber and to be aware that one day their rights and political rug might be yanked out from underneath their false political sense of security...lulled by the chauvinist non-Malays.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

A simple theory about our missing MH370?

A Startlingly Simple Theory About the Missing Malaysia Airlines Jet

By Chris Goodfellow

    There has been a lot of speculation about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Terrorism, hijacking, meteors. I cannot believe the analysis on CNN; it’s almost disturbing. I tend to look for a simpler explanation, and I find it with the 13,000-foot runway at Pulau Langkawi.
    We know the story of MH370: A loaded Boeing 777 departs at midnight from Kuala Lampur, headed to Beijing. A hot night. A heavy aircraft. About an hour out, across the gulf toward Vietnam, the plane goes dark, meaning the transponder and secondary radar tracking go off. Two days later we hear reports that Malaysian military radar (which is a primary radar, meaning the plane is tracked by reflection rather than by transponder interrogation response) has tracked the plane on a southwesterly course back across the Malay Peninsula into the Strait of Malacca.
    The left turn is the key here. Zaharie Ahmad Shah1 was a very experienced senior captain with 18,000 hours of flight time. We old pilots were drilled to know what is the closest airport of safe harbor while in cruise. Airports behind us, airports abeam us, and airports ahead of us. They’re always in our head. Always. If something happens, you don’t want to be thinking about what are you going to do–you already know what you are going to do. When I saw that left turn with a direct heading, I instinctively knew he was heading for an airport. He was taking a direct route to Palau Langkawi, a 13,000-foot airstrip with an approach over water and no obstacles. The captain did not turn back to Kuala Lampur because he knew he had 8,000-foot ridges to cross. He knew the terrain was friendlier toward Langkawi, which also was closer.
    Take a look at this airport on Google Earth. The pilot did all the right things. He was confronted by some major event onboard that made him make an immediate turn to the closest, safest airport.
    The loss of transponders and communications makes perfect sense in a fire.
    When I heard this I immediately brought up Google Earth and searched for airports in proximity to the track toward the southwest.
    For me, the loss of transponders and communications makes perfect sense in a fire. And there most likely was an electrical fire. In the case of a fire, the first response is to pull the main busses and restore circuits one by one until you have isolated the bad one. If they pulled the busses, the plane would go silent. It probably was a serious event and the flight crew was occupied with controlling the plane and trying to fight the fire. Aviate, navigate, and lastly, communicate is the mantra in such situations.
    There are two types of fires. An electrical fire might not be as fast and furious, and there may or may not be incapacitating smoke. However there is the possibility, given the timeline, that there was an overheat on one of the front landing gear tires, it blew on takeoff and started slowly burning. Yes, this happens with underinflated tires. Remember: Heavy plane, hot night, sea level, long-run takeoff. There was a well known accident in Nigeria of a DC8 that had a landing gear fire on takeoff. Once going, a tire fire would produce horrific, incapacitating smoke. Yes, pilots have access to oxygen masks, but this is a no-no with fire. Most have access to a smoke hood with a filter, but this will last only a few minutes depending on the smoke level. (I used to carry one in my flight bag, and I still carry one in my briefcase when I fly.)
    What I think happened is the flight crew was overcome by smoke and the plane continued on the heading, probably on George (autopilot), until it ran out of fuel or the fire destroyed the control surfaces and it crashed. You will find it along that route–looking elsewhere is pointless.
    Ongoing speculation of a hijacking and/or murder-suicide and that there was a flight engineer on board does not sway me in favor of foul play until I am presented with evidence of foul play.
    We know there was a last voice transmission that, from a pilot’s point of view, was entirely normal. “Good night” is customary on a hand-off to a new air traffic control. The “good night” also strongly indicates to me that all was OK on the flight deck. Remember, there are many ways a pilot can communicate distress. A hijack code or even transponder code off by one digit would alert ATC that something was wrong. Every good pilot knows keying an SOS over the mike always is an option. Even three short clicks would raise an alert. So I conclude that at the point of voice transmission all was perceived as well on the flight deck by the pilots.
    But things could have been in the process of going wrong, unknown to the pilots.
    Evidently the ACARS went inoperative some time before. Disabling the ACARS is not easy, as pointed out. This leads me to believe more in an electrical problem or an electrical fire than a manual shutdown. I suggest the pilots probably were not aware ACARS was not transmitting.
    As for the reports of altitude fluctuations, given that this was not transponder-generated data but primary radar at maybe 200 miles, the azimuth readings can be affected by a lot of atmospherics and I would not have high confidence in this being totally reliable. But let’s accept for a minute that the pilot may have ascended to 45,000 feet in a last-ditch effort to quell a fire by seeking the lowest level of oxygen. That is an acceptable scenario. At 45,000 feet, it would be tough to keep this aircraft stable, as the flight envelope is very narrow and loss of control in a stall is entirely possible. The aircraft is at the top of its operational ceiling. The reported rapid rates of descent could have been generated by a stall, followed by a recovery at 25,000 feet. The pilot may even have been diving to extinguish flames.
    But going to 45,000 feet in a hijack scenario doesn’t make any good sense to me.
    Regarding the additional flying time: On departing Kuala Lampur, Flight 370 would have had fuel for Beijing and an alternate destination, probably Shanghai, plus 45 minutes–say, 8 hours. Maybe more. He burned 20-25 percent in the first hour with takeoff and the climb to cruise. So when the turn was made toward Langkawi, he would have had six hours or more hours worth of fuel. This correlates nicely with the Inmarsat data pings being received until fuel exhaustion.
    Fire in an aircraft demands one thing: Get the machine on the ground as soon as possible.
    The now known continued flight until time to fuel exhaustion only confirms to me that the crew was incapacitated and the flight continued on deep into the south Indian ocean.
    There is no point speculating further until more evidence surfaces, but in the meantime it serves no purpose to malign pilots who well may have been in a struggle to save this aircraft from a fire or other serious mechanical issue. Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah was a hero struggling with an impossible situation trying to get that plane to Langkawi. There is no doubt in my mind. That’s the reason for the turn and direct route. A hijacking would not have made that deliberate left turn with a direct heading for Langkawi. It probably would have weaved around a bit until the hijackers decided where they were taking it.
    Surprisingly, none of the reporters, officials, or other pilots interviewed have looked at this from the pilot’s viewpoint: If something went wrong, where would he go? Thanks to Google Earth I spotted Langkawi in about 30 seconds, zoomed in and saw how long the runway was and I just instinctively knew this pilot knew this airport. He had probably flown there many times.
    Fire in an aircraft demands one thing: Get the machine on the ground as soon as possible. There are two well-remembered experiences in my memory. The AirCanada DC9 which landed, I believe, in Columbus, Ohio in the 1980s. That pilot delayed descent and bypassed several airports. He didn’t instinctively know the closest airports. He got it on the ground eventually, but lost 30-odd souls. The 1998 crash of Swissair DC-10 off Nova Scotia was another example of heroic pilots. They were 15 minutes out of Halifax but the fire overcame them and they had to ditch in the ocean. They simply ran out of time. That fire incidentally started when the aircraft was about an hour out of Kennedy. Guess what? The transponders and communications were shut off as they pulled the busses.
    Get on Google Earth and type in Pulau Langkawi and then look at it in relation to the radar track heading. Two plus two equals four. For me, that is the simple explanation why it turned and headed in that direction. Smart pilot. He just didn’t have the time.

    Chris Goodfellow has 20 years experience as a Canadian Class-1 instrumented-rated pilot for multi-engine planes. His theory on what happened to MH370 first appeared on Google+. We’ve copyedited it with his permission.

    Sunday, March 16, 2014

    Missing MH 370 is linked to Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim?

      If so we better find this plane probably parked somewhere with all passengers safe. After MH 370 disappeared from the radar we and many of us, of course, sat anywhere and start to speculate.

    Someone said the plane could have been hijacked on the anniversary of the invasion of Malaysia by supporters of Sultan of Sulu, the plane could be somewhere in Southern Philippines.

    Then someone "jokingly" said may be it was hijacked by Anwar Ibrahims's supporters?!

    And now this news paper report:

    Doomed airliner pilot was political fanatic: Hours before taking control of flight MH370 he attended trial of jailed opposition leader as FBI reveal passengers could be at a secret location

    • Police investigate data from home flight simulator of captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53
    • Investigators speak of his 'obsessive' support for opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim
    • Police officers fear Ibrahim being jailed could have left Shah profoundly upset
    • Flight MH370 disappeared more than a week ago with 239 people on board
    • Despite a huge multinational search effort, no signs of the plane or a crash have been found
    • Malaysian Prime Minister said yesterday that the plane was deliberately steered off course

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    Tuesday, March 11, 2014

    To the un-sophisticated and easily duped Malaysians!

    Beware of agent provocater!

    Did you know that the language sections of former Soviet KGB  have operatives that spoke and wrote good Bahasa Melayu?  That's part of their job.
    Today its successor the Russian FSB also have operatives that are also well versed and conversed in Malay language.  So is the Chinese intelligence operatives they also can speak and write in Bahasa Melayu very, very well.
    Back to us where we sometime got taken in by social media's unsolicited comments in Bahasa Melayu and signed by a Malay sounding names and then we get emotional.  For all we know the writers are not even Malays.
    Well they may not be what they may appear to be in our minds, that they are actually Malay writers, Take the Singapore secret service for instance and they also have operatives that mastered Bahasa Melayu and can throw in comments where they can via social media, their sole purpose is to create chaos among a specific populace!
    The DAP red beans army is also employing the same tactics disseminating information in Bahasa Melayu and signing off with Malay sounding names
    But of course we cannot stop these anomalies from happening except the specific targeted recipients have to be more discerning, especially the Melayus.