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Saturday, June 25, 2016

Post Analysis of Fall of Fallujah

Looks like the analysis on fall of Fallujah is similar to what Matthew Henman of IHS Jane's Terrorism and Insurgency Centre and Brian Michael Jenkins of RAND think tank have shared to international media. Do have a read here and compare against my article here. I will share article once I find a more suitable medium.

Protecting Sabah

Giving credit to where it is due.

What was once a scourge for Sabahans is now slowly becoming a thing of a past.

Monday, June 20, 2016

Young Men Die Fighting Old Men's War

There is a saying, young men die fighting old men's war. That saying can never be so true.

The recent release of 4 Sarawakian sailors by kidnap-for-ransom group (recent events and info points to possibly a different KFR group and not Abu Sayyaf Group which I will elaborate further) has reignited calls for Malaysian government to send armed combat troops into Southern Mindanao to destroy Abu Sayyaf Group.  Read it here.

This also coincide with Armed Forces of Philippines deployment of 5,000 ground troops to deal with the Abu Sayyaf, which is conservatively estimated at most 500 men.

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Daish - A Step Closer to Defeat

Yesterday (17 June 2016), Daish had did an unexpected turn-about. They had retreated from Fallujah. Fallujah, the ground where Daish predecessor, Jama'at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad, under the leadership of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi had manipulated and fomented hatred between the Sunni and Shiah to explode. Fallujah where many US soldiers fell (an American friend's brother was amongst those killed there).
Abu Musab al-Zarqawi

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Public Service Announcement

This is a public service announcement.

Beware of advertisement you see on Facebook and also blogs. Many of these offer financial services are actually frauds.

Monday, June 6, 2016

They were Wrong

Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia did not modernise his military with false sense that diplomacy, ie the participation of Ethiopia

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Malware Attack

One of my articles had suffered malware attack. I believe this could be a limited malware attack, probably from the photos or links to other articles.

Had wanted to share article as a remembrance on the fight against communism when I found out the article on the fight against communism has been attacked by malware. Best case scenario, I'll remove all external link. Worst case scenario, I'll copy the article to a new link.

7 Sebab Kenapa Kita Perlu Hentikan Pencarian MRCA

Dengan semua unjuran suram dari MMP dan saya, apakah maknanya untuk Malaysia?

Saya unjurkan agar kita menghentikan pencarian untuk MRCA. Hentikan semua proses untuk mencari pesawat yang terbaik kepada kami melalui tender terbuka. Jika kita teruskan dengan kaedah ini, kita hanya akan melihat pengganti dalam 4 hingga 6 tahun dari hari perjanjian itu ditandatangani.

Friday, June 3, 2016

7 Reasons Why We Need to Stop Looking for New MRCA Replacement

With all these grim outlook from MMP and myself, what does it mean for Malaysia?

I say we cut the chase and stop our search for MRCA. Stop all the pretentious process of finding the best planes available to us via open tendering. If we proceed with this, we would only see a replacement in 4 to 6 years from the day the agreement is signed.

Open Sky 'Policy'

1st of June was RMAF anniversary. What was supposed to be a happy occasion became solemn as it was purported that RMAF MiG29N, or the MiGgies as I call them would fly for the one last time, and this time. And without any suitable replacement had been identified.

MiG29N in the centre

The fear was slightly assuaged when RMAF top brass confirmed that the MiGgies will still be flying until further notice. It would be taken off the queue one by one.