Saturday, January 31, 2009

AMERICANS AND PALESTINIANS SHOULD COPY MALAYSIA

Dr Mahathir was Prime Minister of Malaysia from 1981 to 2003.

Malaysia is a successful Moslem country.

The Palestinians should copy Malaysia.

And so should the Americans.

The CIA has managed to wreck most of the Moslem countries that have tried to become prosperous and independent.

The CIA and its friends have, reportedly, promoted the extremists in Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Palestine, Indonesia and so on; but in Malaysia, so far, the CIA has failed.

Allan Nairn, (Rising in Malaysia. )in November 2007, pointed out:

Malaysia, after independence, did not copy other Moslem countries such as Indonesia.

The USA put the military into power in Indonesia in 1965.

What did Malaysia do?

1. It put some controls on foreign investors, thus defying the IMF.

2. It developed a big middle class with domestic industry, public works and housing.

3. Malaysia pulled away economically from Indonesia and Bangladesh...

4. "Malaysia did something that London and Washington normally frown on:

"They utterly castrated the army as a political institution."


Malaysia is not entirely Moslem, but Islam is the official religion. According to the Population and Housing Census 2000 figures, approximately 60.4 percent of the population practiced Islam; 19.2 percent Buddhism; 9.1 percent Christianity; 6.3 percent Hinduism; and 2.6 percent traditional Chinese religions.



At the Crossroads - Malaysia

One reason for Malaysia's success is its former prime minister Dr Mahathir.

Mahathir knows who rules the world.

"Faced with furious criticism from around the world over Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's assertion that Jews rule the world, Malaysia apologised today for any misunderstanding and claimed that no offence was intended.

"Foreign Minister Syed Hamid Albar struggled to contain the damage wrought by his blunt-spoken boss, who told a summit of Islamic leaders yesterday that 'Jews rule the world by proxy. They get others to fight and die for them.'

"Repeated assertions of Jewish dominance dotted the speech to buttress Mahathir's analysis that Muslims needed to embrace modern knowledge and technology and overcome divisions over religious dogma that have left them weakened on the world stage." - Malaysia apologises for Mahathir's 'Jews rule world' remark - www ...



Photo from: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:20071110Bersih2Hafiz.jpg


Malaysia is a successful Moslem democracy.

It is not without its faults but it is a happier country than most.

The ruling coalition won 199 out of 219 parliamentary seats in the 2004 elections.

The USA and its friends may be trying to wreck Malaysia? And they may be using opposition leader Mr Anwar, who pretends to be a keen Moslem.

Anwar and his friend, former U.S. Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen.

On 16 July 2008, Malaysian police arrested Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim.

Allegations of sodomy have been levelled against Anwar by a male aide.

"Anwar was in a vehicle approaching his home when the road was blocked by 10 police cars and a contingent of 20 balaclava-clad special forces, who took him to police headquarters." (Malaysian opposition leader Anwar arrested)

"Road blocks were set up and water cannons and helicopters were mobilised around the police station in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, where Mr Anwar was taken after being arrested." (Malaysia braced for riots after sodomy arrest of Anwar Ibrahim)

Acording to an article at http://pemantau.tripod.com/artikel/04Sep-lks.html, Anwar may be an agent of the CIA.

In September 2000, Malaysian politician Lim Kit Siang called on Prime Minister Mahathir to declare the outcome of three years of police investigations as to whether Anwar is a CIA agent and to state whether the United States is the country he meant in a Merdeka Day message as the country out to 'recolonize' Malaysia

Anwar was alleged to have received RM60 million from a Mr Nallakaruppan.

Former Bank Negara assistant governor Datuk Abdul Murad Khalid accused Anwar of having amassed a fortune of RM3 billion while in government through over 20 "Master Accounts".

Reference was made to the American-based organisation called Asia Pacific Policy Centre (APPC) headed by Douglas H. Paal, who was former Senior Director from Asian Affairs (1989 to 1993) of the National Security Council (NSC) of the United States.

MPs used parliamentary immunity to claim in Parliament that Anwar was a CIA agent on the basis that the APPC was a CIA outfit and Douglas Paal a CIA agent.

Oddly, Anwar had allegedly given money to APPC and Douglas Paal.

"The CIA... have complete records of Anwar's visits to gay bars in Washington D.C. and New York whenever he visited the USA." (cia)

Reportedly, Anwar is chairman of the board of the CIA-funded "Foundation for the Future". (BarkingMagpie: Biggest kennel of foreign pet poodles, and Anwar ...)

The USA may be trying to use 'People Power' against Malaysia.

According to The Economist, (Not mellow yellow ):

In mid November 2007, "tens of thousands of Malaysians wore canary-yellow shirts to defy a government ban and march in Kuala Lumpur, calling for fairer elections. Riot police blocked routes into the city and fired water cannon to break up the rally...

"Mr Anwar is out of jail and again leading opposition to the entrenched elite he was once part of."
Malaysia is of strategic importance.

The Straits of Malacca are one of the most important shipping lanes in the world and are used for transporting oil. (http://www.saag.org/papers11/paper1033.html)

Admiral Thomas Fargo, head of U.S forces in the Asia-Pacific in his testimony to U.S House Armed Services Committee had suggested that U.S troops might assist in patrolling the straits to deter terrorists who might target shipping in the Malacca Straits. This suggestion has been resented both by Malaysia and Indonesia.

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aangirfan: PEOPLE POWER - CIA CONNECTION

Remember the fall of Marcos in the Philippines and the fall of Suharto in Indonesia?Remember the fall of pro-Soviet regimes in Eastern Europe? Remember the recent changes in Haiti and Georgia?

There is a CIA connection.

Mark Almond, lecturer in modern history at Oriel College, Oxford, wrote in the Guardian, December 7, 2004: http://www.guardian.co.uk/comment/story/0,3604,1367965,00.html

"As an old cold war swagman, who carried tens of thousands of dollars to Soviet-bloc dissidents alongside much better respected academics, perhaps I can cast some light on what a Romanian friend called 'our clandestine period'. Too many higher up the food chain of People Power seem reticent about making full disclosure.

"Nowadays, we can google the names of foundations such as America's National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and a myriad surrogates funding Ukraine's Pora movement or 'independent' media. But unless you know the NED's James Woolsey was also head of the CIA 10 years ago, are you any wiser?"

People Power is usually about changing regimes to suit the American Military Industrial Complex.

As Almond states, "People Power is, it turns out, more about closing things than creating an open society. It shuts factories but, worse still, minds. Its advocates demand a free market in everything - except opinion."

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Kuala Lumpur

Melaka, Malaysia

YouTube - Marvelous magical Malaysia

Happy holidays in Malaysia

Kids dance

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6 comments:

Ali.mostaque said...

Interesting articles and a good pertinent question to pose. Whether your thesis Anon has credibility with relation to Pakistan and other Muslim countries interests me and I imagine a lot of other people curious and concerned for the outcomes of such countries.

I would attribute Malaysia's success to many factors, and not just one. Malaysia is a second world country now, and is on target to becoming a first world country by "2020" which is its program name. I think it can achieve this realistically.

So why is Malaysia successful, when the vast majority of Muslim countries still slumber in the Third World?

1) I believe Malaysia's present success has a lot to do with its resource wealth. It has a lot of exportable resources, juxtaposed with a small population. But that in itself would not alone explain the countries success.....Zaire or the DRC also has huge wealth, but is very poor.

2) Malaysia was fortunate to have a good leader. Mohammed Mahatir ruling the country for 22 years. He was not corrupt but loved his country ardently. He was intelligent and understood the basic essentials of economics.He understood global politics far more than the average Third World leader. Through his astute guidance he made Malaysia successful.

3) Malaysia was a colony of the British, and to a great extent how the colonial master behaves towards your country, both overtly and covertly determines how successful a country becomes even after the British let go the reins of power into their chosen successors in that ex-colony. Looking at Malaysian/British relations there does not seem to have been any great conflict, except for the Communist insurgency by ethnic Chinese in the Malay peninsula. By contrast not too far away in both Pakistan and later Bangladesh the British exercised a very negative posture against both countries covertly, both independently or with collaboration with America. There are various historical factors for this....though certainly not justifiable....but as they say its the luck of the draw...Malaysia is a Muslim country as are Pakistan and Bangladesh, BUT the British applied different standards. My assumption is that the British shielded Malaysia from American Jewish interference and intrigue, and his long and successful tenure was not merely the result of Mahatirs "genius".

4) It is easier for the British or Americans to be benevolent towards 16 million Moslems in Malaysia than the 200 million Muslims in Indonesia, or the 140 million in Bangladesh or the 180 million in Pakistan. It is likewise easy for the British and USA to be benevolent towards the UAE or Kuwait both enjoying high living standards, but not Iran or Turkey......you understand.

5) Malaysia has a sizable ethnic population of Chinese----about 30%. The Chinese are a talented, intelligent, and hard working race, and a considerable determining factor for Malaysia's current success must be attributed to the ethnic Chinese community. Racially speaking ethnic Malay though good people, one would not characterize as remarkable by global standards. Though certainly being biased, as I am from South Asia originally, Bangladesh and Pakistan has far far many more remarkable talented people by GLOBAL standards than Malaysia. But like any cricket team, and especially the Pakistan cricket team, you can have enormous talent in your country but if the team do not play effectively nationally than that national human talent is wasted. And so the best of these countries people are usually always end up working in the USA and UK.

6) Your characterization of the troublesome military in Muslim countries is CORRECT. Most are trained by the USA, and in the case of Pakistan and Bangladesh, the British through colonial history also exercise considerable input. Both of us know that global Islamic terrorism does not exist and is a fiction perpetuated by America and their puppets around the world who have surrendered to American hegemony, or bribes. In the case of Pakistan specifically, the military/ISI have been the main propagators of the al-Qaeda myth and Taliban nuisance. Without the Pakistan military/ISI "cooperation" in this area with America over 30 years, such organizations would not exist. The Pakistan military are the main source of problems for Pakistani society, and for Pakistan's neighbors INDIA AND AFGHANISTAN. But how does a sufficiently strong civilian leader rein in the military of such countries?....800,000 men under arms in the case of Pakistan, consuming and controlling large parts of the economy...very hard. Bhutto tried, as did Nawaz Sharif, but the military with the help of the Americans always dominated again. In the case of Turkey with its even bigger military/MIT, 1.1 million men under arms, you have an example of maybe a Turkish version of Mohammed Mahatir, Erdogan, and he has started an assault against the military by the arrest of many officers and generals linked to extreme groups attempting a coup against the AKP government, with Israeli backing. Large sections of the Turkish military seem to tacitly approve his actions, BECAUSE he is delivering on the all important economic front providing jobs for Turks, increasing wealth and income for everybody. Turkey is now the largest Muslim economy, and has the potential to achieve many great things as I have stated before. BUT Erdogan's success is only linked to the economic side, so long as he can deliver on this than all is well......Erdogan has room to maneuver within Turkey. By contrast far too many Muslim national leaders are thick on rhetoric but thin on real economic achievement.

Ali.mostaque said...

Interesting articles and a good pertinent question to pose. Whether your thesis Anon has credibility with relation to Pakistan and other Muslim countries interests me and I imagine a lot of other people curious and concerned for the outcomes of such countries.

I would attribute Malaysia's success to many factors, and not just one. Malaysia is a second world country now, and is on target to becoming a first world country by "2020" which is its program name. I think it can achieve this realistically.

So why is Malaysia successful, when the vast majority of Muslim countries still slumber in the Third World?

1) I believe Malaysia's present success has a lot to do with its resource wealth. It has a lot of exportable resources, juxtaposed with a small population. But that in itself would not alone explain the countries success.....Zaire or the DRC also has huge wealth, but is very poor.

2) Malaysia was fortunate to have a good leader. Mohammed Mahatir ruling the country for 22 years. He was not corrupt but loved his country ardently. He was intelligent and understood the basic essentials of economics.He understood global politics far more than the average Third World leader. Through his astute guidance he made Malaysia successful.

3) Malaysia was a colony of the British, and to a great extent how the colonial master behaves towards your country, both overtly and covertly determines how successful a country becomes even after the British let go the reins of power into their chosen successors in that ex-colony. Looking at Malaysian/British relations there does not seem to have been any great conflict, except for the Communist insurgency by ethnic Chinese in the Malay peninsula. By contrast not too far away in both Pakistan and later Bangladesh the British exercised a very negative posture against both countries covertly, both independently or with collaboration with America. There are various historical factors for this....though certainly not justifiable....but as they say its the luck of the draw...Malaysia is a Muslim country as are Pakistan and Bangladesh, BUT the British applied different standards. My assumption is that the British shielded Malaysia from American Jewish interference and intrigue, and his long and successful tenure was not merely the result of Mahatirs "genius".

4) It is easier for the British or Americans to be benevolent towards 16 million Moslems in Malaysia than the 200 million Muslims in Indonesia, or the 140 million in Bangladesh or the 180 million in Pakistan. It is likewise easy for the British and USA to be benevolent towards the UAE or Kuwait both enjoying high living standards, but not Iran or Turkey......you understand.

5) Malaysia has a sizable ethnic population of Chinese----about 30%. The Chinese are a talented, intelligent, and hard working race, and a considerable determining factor for Malaysia's current success must be attributed to the ethnic Chinese community. Racially speaking ethnic Malay though good people, one would not characterize as remarkable by global standards. Though certainly being biased, as I am from South Asia originally, Bangladesh and Pakistan has far far many more remarkable talented people by GLOBAL standards than Malaysia. But like any cricket team, and especially the Pakistan cricket team, you can have enormous talent in your country but if the team do not play effectively nationally than that national human talent is wasted. And so the best of these countries people are usually always end up working in the USA and UK.

6) Your characterization of the troublesome military in Muslim countries is CORRECT. Most are trained by the USA, and in the case of Pakistan and Bangladesh, the British through colonial history also exercise considerable input. Both of us know that global Islamic terrorism does not exist and is a fiction perpetuated by America and their puppets around the world who have surrendered to American hegemony, or bribes. In the case of Pakistan specifically, the military/ISI have been the main propagators of the al-Qaeda myth and Taliban nuisance. Without the Pakistan military/ISI "cooperation" in this area with America over 30 years, such organizations would not exist. The Pakistan military are the main source of problems for Pakistani society, and for Pakistan's neighbors INDIA AND AFGHANISTAN. But how does a sufficiently strong civilian leader rein in the military of such countries?....800,000 men under arms in the case of Pakistan, consuming and controlling large parts of the economy...very hard. Bhutto tried, as did Nawaz Sharif, but the military with the help of the Americans always dominated again. In the case of Turkey with its even bigger military/MIT, 1.1 million men under arms, you have an example of maybe a Turkish version of Mohammed Mahatir, Erdogan, and he has started an assault against the military by the arrest of many officers and generals linked to extreme groups attempting a coup against the AKP government, with Israeli backing. Large sections of the Turkish military seem to tacitly approve his actions, BECAUSE he is delivering on the all important economic front providing jobs for Turks, increasing wealth and income for everybody. Turkey is now the largest Muslim economy, and has the potential to achieve many great things as I have stated before. BUT Erdogan's success is only linked to the economic side, so long as he can deliver on this than all is well......Erdogan has room to maneuver within Turkey. By contrast far too many Muslim national leaders are thick on rhetoric but thin on real economic achievement.

Anon said...

Dear Ali Mostaque,

I agree with the points you make.

The Chinese have been very important in helping Malaysia develop.

The worry, by the Malays, has been that the Chinese, as the 'Jews of Asia', might become too dominant.

Matathir worked hard to make sure that Malays made good progress, and not just the Chinese.

Singapore also tried to make sure that Malays got a good education.

Indonesia, and the Philippines, have been led by American-trained generals who have not appeared to care enough about the welfare of the ordinary non-Chinese people.

The military, as you point out, have done much damage to Pakistan.

I read your excellent blog to keep up to date on what is happening in India, Pakistan etc.

Kindest regards

Aangirfan

nobody said...

Excellent. I've been to Malaysia and have Malaysian friends. Part of my process of, I don't know, 'waking up', was them disabusing me of the bullshit that had been fed to me about Mahathir. And their opinion on Anwar was that he was a) guilty as charged and b) corrupt. Otherwise, if I see one more colour-coded revolution, I'm going to be sick.

Ali.mostaque said...

Sorry to post twice, I didn't get any confirmation statement saying that I had posted successfully, and in my eagerness to post my comment I posted again.

No the problem of Muslim countries existing in the bottom of the Third World, with low levels of growth with often harsh autocratic governments can be attributed to many factors. It is not merely the result of "Western oppression", though that may be a significant factor........one must also look at the weaknesses of Third World regimes in themselves and the wider society from which their governments are chosen to explain why so many Muslim nations fail.

It is this weakness that predatory Western powers such as the USA, and UK feed on, as it is in their nature. But here again we must look at the work of specific groups in Western society who shape policy for countries such as the USA, namely Jewish groups.

So to summarize it is not a Muslim vs Christian thing, but rather 1) Weaknesses in Muslim societies which..... 2) Predatory usually Capitalist, usually Jewish groups exploit the local situation for their geo-strategic and financial schemes.

SOLUTION: Become an expert on international Jewish Capital; become an expert in their way of thinking and how they operate, and then beat them if you can at their own game....they are human after all. They also suffer significant criminal tendencies involving money, financial transactions, sex, narcotics, gambling......and the worst source of all the lust for power and total control because their local rabbi taught them at aged 10 it is in their destiny.......such things one can term Jew weaknesses which subject to proper investigation by righteous groups can reveal their true nature, and the numerous gentiles with whom they work with...

Their strengths are the Western media which creates popular consciousness, and allows the Jew perception management, what is important etc.....Financial strength, running the major banks of the world, especially in the West..........Finally security domination, again especially in the West, and the control of major intelligence and other security organizations which gives them a lot of unofficial power.

These factors are the reasons why Jews like creating "security situations" like war, or low level insurgency because Jews feel they can control such situations, through the media, through banks, and through security.

The need to "secure" and "expand"
Israel's boundaries is one major factor for the hostile stance of Western governments such as the USA and UK, TWO COUNTRIES DOMINATED BY JEWS, towards Muslim nations and the subsequent covert problems such nations suffer....it is in this Jewish led narrative of Israels interests are the same as that of the Christian West (Our struggle against Muslims is your struggle)that much of the problems of Muslim nations can be identified at its source.

Or to put it in a faux Ahmedinejad way, so long as Israel exists, in its present condition, Muslim nations will face "difficult" times ahead for many decades to come, as the Jewish dominated West continues to justify false actions against fake actors in the vicinity of Muslim countries in the name of GWOT, an open ended Jewish war against Muslims, that pits western security against Muslim nations covertly and overtly.

Your job which you are persistently focusing on Anon is expose this fake nature of this false struggle between "radical Islam" and the "West"..."Clash of Civilization" as stated originally by the Jew British agent of influence in Washington Bernard Lewis and later sanctified by Samuel Huntington in influential American circles in the early 1990's just as the Cold War had ended.

You and I both know who created the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt in the 1920's, al-Qaeda, Hamas, the Taliban...and for what purpose, and even though these falsely created organizations exist they do not themselves carry out many of the terrorist acts that happen around the world, but provide cover for state agencies in their acts, and thus the justifications.

Anonymous said...

Chinese people in malaysia fyi,are opportunists and is not loyal to their country. 30% of the economy which you claim is contributed by chinese is the old way of thinking. Nowadays malays are steadily gaining their ground in malaysia's economy. Whereas the chinese are never satisfied with what is given to them. They do not realize that they are treated better here than immigrants in other countries. They sow hatred among themselves directed to the malays and to umno. Causing a big divide in the country's unity. They do not realize that what they are doing is actually not beneficial to them in the long run.

 
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