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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Istanbul Nightclub Massacre Financed By Malaysians !!

Well what do you know. That syaitan terrorist who shot and killed 38 people at that nightclub in Istanbul over Christmas has been caught. He is Abdulkadir something. Also arrested with him were an Iraqi guy as well as a girl from Senegal and another two girls from Egypt and Somalia.

And in the apartment where these two fellows and three girls were living in khalwat, Turkish police found cash worth 160,000 Pounds Sterling (about RM950,000 !! in cash). Some of this cash was in Malaysian Ringgit. 

Here are some pictures from the British Sun as well as the link if you wish to read the full story.








Picture below shows various currencies including Indonesian rupiahs and Malaysian Ringgits.
                                        

Another picture showing the Malaysian Ringgits held by the terrorists.

So here is the RM2.6 billion question.  Why is this murderous Salafi terrorist holding Malaysian Ringgit in his possession?

He must have got the Malaysian Ringgit from Malaysia. 
He must have been in Malaysia. 
Maybe also the other gang members like that Iraqi fellow, that girl from Senegal or the other girls have all been through Malaysia.

Obviously the Malsyain Ringgit comes from Malaysian sponsors of these terrorists. Maybe this money was collected in the "Tabung" in Masjid Taman Tun, Masjid Bangsar, Masjid Negara or Masjid Putrajay? How do you know it was not.

Obviously the international network of Salafi or ISIS terrorists have their support network in Malaysia.

Hooray. We are now firmly established on the map as a supporter and exporter of terrorism.   The syaitan has really infected the people here.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Bangkok Post's Commentary On "Ringgit Rout"

A friend sent me this. Thank you. This is from the Bangkok Post in Thailand. It is a very long and carefully analysed article. If you have the time, please do read the whole article at this link.  I have shortened it for quicker reading. 

The interesting thing is the foreign media are paying close attention to what is happening in Malaysia. Even the Bangkok Post has come out with this yard of print.  
 
In a shrinking and globalised world, we cannot just sit still and watch our neighbor's house burning down. The fire may spread to our homes too. 

The world will also not sit still and watch irresponsible neighbours playing with fire.  Have you heard of the US Navy or the US Marines? They usually keep themselves busy in other countries that have messed up. 

Anyway here is the Bangkok Post :

 


perfect storm is gathering around the Ringgit
value at risk from protracted economic slump 
aggravated by political scandal 
Ringgit sell off can have contagious effect on neighbours
sparking capital outflows and compounding financial volatility

Najib fighting tooth and nail to block investigation of 1MDB
six countries investigating dubious 1MDB  

foreign holdings of M'sian government bonds 48.4% (US$40b)
Ringgit fell 22.8% vs US$ since 2015




My comments :  This chart below here says it all. Each time the Ringgit falls, Bank Negara sells US$ and other foreign currencies which they hold to push up the Ringgit. It does not work. Finally BOTH the Ringgit and our foreign reserves go down.



Malaysia's fundamentals very weak
low foreign reserves, weak public investment
ebbing fiscal revenues, bearish outlook for domestic politics
low oil prices

unemployment 3.6%
private debt is 90% of GDP
 

My comments :  Between 1998 to 2016, India's foreign reserves have jumped 12 times. South Korea's have jumped 7 times. Thailand is 6 times. Malaysia is the least,  increased 3.7 times only.  Finally Bangkok Post says :

transparency in government is vital in shoring up investment sentiment

My comments :  Malaysia is now known as a kleptocracy.  The US DOJ said it plainly that MOI is a thief.  The US DOJ said, they used public funds like their "personal piggy bank".
 
The country is led by a person who is recognised as being a thief.  

The Ringgit will crash further because this person is still in power.   I think that is what the Bangkok Post is saying.