Tuesday, December 20, 2011

MALAYSIA - BELHAJ, CIA, SODOMY

2005 : William Cohen, Anwar Ibrahim and Paul Wolfowitz

Prosperous, peaceful 'Moslem countries', like Malaysia, are not popular with the CIA and its friends.

On 20 December 2011, we learn that China and Malaysia have agreed to advance military ties.

China, Malaysia agree to advance military ties


In 2004, Abdel Hakim Belhaj, the Libyan with links to the CIA and al Qaeda, moved from China to Malaysia.

Libyan rebel

In January 2000, al Qaeda operatives held a meeting in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.

The Man Who Knew - PBS

Former Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad has spoken out about 9 11.

MAHATHIR MOHAMAD BLOG ON 9 11

Website for this image

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has been on trial for sodomy.

Malaysia's Anwar says sodomy conviction would bolster opposition ahead of polls

Anwar Ibrahim is said to have links to the CIA

The Secret Meeting between PKR and CIA at Sunway Hotel AI

Malaya was a British colony. Will it become an American colony?

Things are heating up.

US Navy expects to base ships in Singapore

How safe is Malaysia?

CIA'S NEXT TARGET - MALAYSIA

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://news.yahoo.com/philadelphia-columnist-retires-amid-sex-abuse-allegations-221727340--spt.html

A13 said...

I hope not Aang, I really like malaysia,been there a couple of times. and the region is already becomming more unstable due to increased US miltary pressence and the tension with china..
Cheers A13

Tony Ryals said...

I was mentioned in an article in Rupert Murdoch's NY Post by Christopher Byron in April 2006 titled 'CIA Inc.Stinks' that mentioned Kuala Lumur but strangely omitted the name of Bellador Group that may have had MI 5 or MI 6 connections as well as CIA.Byron disappeared fom his job about 6 months later WITHOUT A WORD OF EXPLANATION RE HIS RETIREMENT OR WHATEVER..The New York Times and redherring.com that asked CIA about my claim tried to make me look crazy and the head of CIA's In-Q-Tel said the CIA was not involved in Kuala Lumpur.(Ha.)
Note the CIA or its' In-Q-Tel CEO and liar was asked to comment re the CIA and the Kuala Lumpur boiler room called Belladore Group that may have had MI 5 or MI 6 connections as well based upon its CEO Peter Taylor who appears to be of British origen.(Note redherring.com appears to have blocked the link to their own interview with CIA's and In-Q-Tel's
Mr.Tighe.)Note also that ex Rupert Murdoch,NY Post business reporter Christopher Byron disappeared fom his job at the Post without explanation about 6 months after mentioning Hillary Clinton,Barabara Boxer the CIA's Ionatron penny stock fraud and me in his article 'CIA Inc.Stinks' that was also disappeared fom the NY Post archives :

http://houston.indymedia.org/print.php?id=49401

Endovasc,Hillary Clinton and Barbara Boxer Aid CIA'S In-Q-Tel penny stock fraud
by Tony Ryals Sunday, May. 21, 2006

CIA Inc. Stinks.....
Last week, one left-leaning Web site reported that SEC investigators think the CIA-backed venture fund has been steering money into penny stock "pump and dump" firms in Israel, Dubai and Malaysia.

But a day's worth of phoning around traces these claims to a tireless complainant named Tony Ryals, who has been bombarding the SEC and Internet message boards for years with claims that he has uncovered a submerged world of In-Q-Tel-linked fraud stretching for Kuala Lumpur to the Middle East.



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In-Q-Tel downplays chatter about the spy agency’s venture arm

http://www.redherring.com/Article.aspx?a=16908&hed=CIA+Gains+in+Hunt+for


The Post column also flagged comments by frequent Internet poster Tony Ryals, who accuses In-Q-Tel, variously, of participating in penny stock “pump and dump” schemes in a variety of countries, including Dubai, Malaysia, and Israel, with the blogger adding an allegation that the Securities and Exchange Commission was investigating In-Q-Tel.



Mr. Tighe said In-Q-Tel does not invest in public companies, and had no involvement in any of those countries mentioned. “That simply isn’t accurate. We’re open to innovation wherever it is coming from in the world, but we have no activity in those regions,” he said.

 
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