Note : I read this interesting email this morning. Personally, I hope all registered voters will go out and vote; meaning make a choice come election date. But this article is worth reading, anas zubedy
Firstly, before the season is over - Kong Hee Fatt Choy to all Chinese recipients and may you enjoy prosperity during this Year of the Water Snake.
At this stage, I am in two minds as whether to cast my vote at all, during the upcoming 13th general elections in Malaysia.
On the one hand, I have announced before that "over my dead body will I vote Barisan Nasional."
However, on the other, the opposition is politically opportunistic and takes money from the most despicable, war mongering, Neo-Conservative organisations such as the National Endowment for Democracy and the National Democratic Institute. So can I vote for the opposition either?
No I don't care what political stripe these parties label themselves as, whether they call themselves fascist, conservatives, liberals, social democratic, labour, socialist, communist, anarchist or a religious label but of they suck up to these wretched imperialist organisations, they have no credibility and will be used a a Trojan horse to enable western imperialist interests to further gain control of the economies of nations, especially weaker nations.
Like this Anwar guy looks towards this Nicholas Xenophou guy, who calls himself "Nick Xenophon" and other Australian parliamentarians. What!
Does Anwar and Bersih need these western politicians to validate them?
If Mahathir had not booted Anwar out of UMNO, he would have become a Barisan Nasional prime minister of Malaysia and there would be no Parti Keadilan Rakyat Malaysia.
Now don't anyone be like that dumb journalist at The Star who said that I "sound like Mahathir" when I criticised the globalisation agenda, implying that I was influenced by Mahathir and Barisan Nasional rhetoric and could not think for myself.
True, I arrived at similar conclusions to those of Mahathir but from a different ideological position and based upon information and analyses of various anti-imperialist sources.
What! Must I unthinkingly parrot the opposition mantra then to be accepted in their eyes and be one of their in-crowd?
Tony Cartalucci based in Bangkok has been doing a good job exposing the activities of these NGO-types, including the Soros-ite NGOs.
Cartalucci has also criticised Thaksin Shinawatra, which some neo-Trotskyite aligned activists in Thailand and Malaysia think is a "great guy."
BTW. "NGO" in Thai means stupid.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Western vicious agenda fails in Malaysia, Russia
PressTV: Western vicious agenda fails in Malaysia, Russia Posted on February 18, 2013 by Jean
Independent Senator Nick Xenophon is facing deportation from Malaysia after being refused entry.
Sun Feb 17, 2013 7:33PM GMT
By Tony Cartalucci
Russia has set the precedent, Malaysia is following suit and lending Russia’s decision much needed legitimacy in the face of a still Western-monopolized global media landscape. Other nations must follow, dropping the pretence that the West is somehow “exceptional,” and that there are somehow no conceivably, justifiable circumstances that could see an Australian senator detained and deported. Indeed, Xenophon has exceeded his mandate and responsibilities to represent the interests of the Australian people, breached Malaysia’s sovereignty, while misappropriating both Australia’s time and resources as he meddles in the sovereign affairs of a foreign nation.”
The Australian reported in its article, “Xenophon deported by Malaysia,”
that Australian Senator Nick Xenophon has been detained and then deported in Malaysia as part of an “unofficial parliamentary delegation to review the electoral system.”
In reality, Senator Xenophon was part of a Western effort to assist Malaysia’s Wall Street-London backed opposition into power as part of a wider geopolitical strategy to align Southeast Asia against China’s emerging regional influence.
Confirming this, the Australian also reported that:
“He and other Australian MPs were to meet opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, as well as Malaysia’s minister in charge of parliamentary affairs, Mohammed Nazri, and members of the group Bersih, the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections.”
Bersih of course, is admittedly funded by the US State Department through the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) as well as convicted criminal George Soros’ Open Society. According to a Malaysian Insider report on June 27, 2011, Bersih figurehead Ambiga Sreenevassan herself “admitted to Bersih receiving some money from two US organisations – the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and Open Society Institute (OSI) – for other projects, which she stressed were unrelated to the July 9  march.”
Xenophon’s planned meeting with Anwar Ibrahim, who with Western-backing has in fact created Bersih to propel himself into power, is also indicative of Australia’s insidious meddling in Malaysia’s sovereign, internal affairs.
Anwar Ibrahim was Chairman of the Development Committee of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 1998, held lecturing positions at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, was a consultant to the World Bank, and a panelist at the Neo-Con lined National Endowment for Democracy’s “Democracy Award” and a panelist at a NED donation ceremony – the very same US organization whose subsidiaries are funding and supporting Bersih – casts irrefutable doubt on their official agenda for “clean and fair elections.” Claims by Bersih members that Anwar Ibrahim is “hijacking” their movement ring especially hollow when looking at both his and Bersih’s entwined foreign financial and political backers. Two Years of Western-Engineered Chaos in Arab World Justifies Malaysia’s Decision.
Clearly Senator Xenophon’s visit to Malaysia was not one ofar that the terrorism and despotism now unfolding across the Arab World is not an unintended consequence, but a long premeditated conspiracy unfolding as planned. Simles – making the Malaysian government’s claims that Xenophon constitutes a security risk absolutely justified. The last two years of Western “democracy promotion” in places like Egypt, Libya, and Syria, have left devastation, rising despots, and extremists in its wake and has justified similar moves made earlier this year by Russia who has begun purging itself of the same meddlesome, disingenuous “NGOs” that are backing Bersih and Awar Ibrahim in Malaysia.
From the West’s “human rights” observers, to the United Nations itself, all have been demonstrably abused to pursue the agenda of Western corporate-financier interests, many times both causing and compounding the alleged abuses they set out to “stop” in the first place.
With articles like “The Redireciton” by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh in the New Yorker, and the Wall Street Journal’s “To Check Syria, U.S. Explores Bond With Muslim Brothers” as far back as 2007 revealing that the West was planning to put armed extremists in power across the Arab World, it is clear that the terrorism and despotism now unfolding across the Arab World is not an unintended consequence, but a long premeditated conspiracy unfolding as planned. Similar plans to use faux-democracy movements and even violence in Southeast Asia to serve as cover for Western instigated regime change has also been well documented in Malaysia as well as Myanmar and neighboring Thailand. Plans to use Southeast Asia against China have been documented as far back as the late 1990′s.
Russia has set the precedent, Malaysia is following suit and lending Russia’s decision much needed legitimacy in the face of a still Western-monopolized global media landscape. Other nations must follow, dropping the pretense that the West is somehow “exceptional,” and that there are somehow no conceivably, justifiable circumstances that could see an Australian senator detained and deported. Indeed, Xenophon has exceeded his mandate and responsibilities to represent the interests of the Australian people, breached Malaysia’s sovereignty, while misappropriating both Australia’s time and resources as he meddles in the sovereign affairs of a foreign nation.
The “democracy” and “human rights’ racket the West has used to cover up what is indeed neo-imperialism is crumbling, not least because of its stalwart, stubborn support for what are now clearly Al Qaeda terrorists mass murdering civilians in Libya and Syria. When these are “freedom fighters” promoting “democracy,” what does that make Bersih and Anwar Ibrahim when they are taking cash and support from the same interests that are propping up Al Qaeda abroad? What does that make Senator Nick Xenophon for using Australia’s reputation and resources to aid and abet such people?