Selepas Timur Tengah, Giliran Malaysia ?
Oleh My Massa – Editorial MyMassa ingin mengajak para pembaca sekalian melihat kembali tragedi yang menimpa kepada pemimpin-pemimpin Islam di negara-negara Islam seperti Allahyarham Yasser Arafat, Anwar Sadat, Saddam Hussien, Benazir Bhuto, Shah Faisal, Zulfikar Ali Bhuto dan terkini Muamar Gadafi.
Semua mereka telah menjadi sejarah, manakala negara-negara Islam lain sedang melalui plot yang hampir serupa. Sekarang huru-hara sedang berlaku di Tunisia, Yemen dan Syria.
Amerika, Yahudi Amerika, Israel, NATO atau siapa sahaja musuh Islam tidak akan menggunakan ‘orang putih’ yang berhidung mancung ataupun ‘English Men’, tetapi mereka jelas mempergunakan rakyat tempatan, dengan menyalurkan dana dan sokongan yang hebat.
Di Malaysia, kemelut Profesor Aziz Bari memanglah bersifat akademik, masalah akademik, namun di luar kotak pemikiran kita, kenapakah kita tidak berfikir siapa di belakang Aziz Bari? Siapa bayar dia? Siapa bayar buku dia? Kenapa dia mendapat honororium yang tidak selayaknya? Siapakah IKD? Siapakah IKDAS? Siapa IDEAS?
Perhatikan buku-buku yang anda baca yang berTemakan LIBERALISASI, PLURALISASI, KESAMARATAAN, MALAYSIAN MALAYSIA, KOMUNISME, SOSIALIS dan seumpamanya.
Siapakah dalang di sebalik penerbitan buku-buku itu?
Soal Aziz Bari dengan akademiknya ya silakan terus memberi komen akademik, namun apa yang diucapkannya itu sama dengan nada-nada para Orientalis Liberal, Orientalis Sosialis dan Yahudisme.
Aziz Bari tidak Yahudi tetapi secara tidak langsung dia lebih menyokong Yahudi, idea-idea Yahudi berbanding menyokong Raja Melayu.
Sedar tidak sedar di negara-negara Asia khususnya Malaysia turut menerima tempias yang sama. Jika HIMPUN MENYELAMATKAN AQIDAH UMAT ISLAM tidak mendapat Dana malah tidak disokong oleh Anwar Al-Barati dan Hadi Awang Al-Dapigs Wal Mat Sabu Al-Komuniz,…tetapi Projek BERSIH dan BERSIH 2.0 mendapat bukan sahaja Dana malah sokongan daripada Al-Barati dan Al-Dapigs Wal Al-Komuniz itu.
Mungkin pembaca akan kata ah ini MyMassa suka-suka sahaja buat tuduhan, namun mari kita hayati tulisan Mr. Tony Cartalucci di bawah. Selamat Membaca.
CIA Coup Army Uncovered in Asia
By Tony Cartalucci, Contributing Writer Activist Post
A tiny handful of Marxists, dupes, and shills converged in Bangkok today in what would seem like nothing more than a footnote in the day’s news. In reality, it was actually the surfacing fin of a shark prowling the political waters of Southeast Asia. While Bangkok certainly has enough foreign-funded troubles of its own, the protest was actually held at the Malaysian Embassy regarding “political prisoners” the Malaysian government is allegedly holding.
What was particularly telling was the tiny, very familiar, clenched fist logo adorning the protesters’ clothing and banners.
The US National Endowment for Democracy (NED)-funded Prachatai propaganda outfit dutifully reported in their article, “Solidarity protest for clean and fair elections and immediate release of Bersih activists,” that on July 1, “students, activists and press gathered outside the Malaysian Embassy, Bangkok, in response to the Malaysian Government’s arrest of more than a hundred members of the coalition network Bersih 2.0 consisting of various Malaysian human rights organizations campaigning for reforms in the electoral system.”
Joining the protest, according to the Bangkok Post, was the People’s Empowerment Foundation, another National Endowment for Democracy-funded front group.
Adorning the back of one Thai protester’s brown t-shirt and the red banner of Malaysia’s PSM, is the now ubiquitous Otpor clenched fist. The US-funded Serbian organization Otpor, would later become CANVAS and train US-backed revolutionaries all over the world. Now apparently movements are combining their efforts regardless of nationality in an attempt to replace national governments with a homogenous, centrally funded and controlled civil society network. For more on CANVAS see “Fake Revolutions.”
The so-called “political prisoners” these protesters were supporting, come from the US National Democratic Institute supported Malaysian “Bersih 2.0″ group and the openly Marxist “Malaysian Socialist Party (PSM)” who began sporting the Otpor fist on their flags and shirts in 2009, long after Otpor became CANVAS, and long after CANVAS began training armies of dupes internationally.
While a fair argument can be made for PSM that the clenched fist has more to do with Marxism than possible ties to CANVAS, no argument can be made that PSM isn’t working on behalf of long time globalist-stooge Ibrahim Anwar and his “People’s Justice Party” (Parti Keadilan Rakyat.)
Ibrahim Anwar, like Thaksin Shinawatra of Thailand, or Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mohammed ElBaradei of Egypt, has deep connections with the degenerate Wall Street-London corporatocracy that go back several years.
Anwar was Chairman of the Development Committee of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund in 1998, held lecturing positions at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University (a rock where the worst examples of humanity constantly crawl out from beneath), and a consultant to the World Bank.
In 2007, Anwar was a panelist at the Neo-Con lined National Endowment for Democracy’s “Democracy Award” and a panelist at a NED donation ceremony.
NED-funded National Democratic Institute openly admits to funding, supporting, and training Malaysia’s Ibrahim Anwar’s street mobs, but then alters their website to obfuscate these admissions. Pictured above is the website before its alteration. It would be safe to say that Anwar’s current political opposition movement in Malaysia most likely has support from these degenerates he has long consorted with.
And indeed it is true, Anwar’s proxy street movement, Bersih and now “Bersih 2.0” has received training, support, and funds from the NED-funded National Democratic Institute. In an attempt to cover up NDI’s overt ties to this now exposed organization, the NDI website openly admitting to funding Bersih has been altered where no mention of it’s name can be found.
However, Google’s cached version of the page can still be seen (as of July 2, 2011). Bersih 2.0 claims it is endorsed by Soros-funded Amnesty International and has admitted on at least one occasion to receiving funds from the National Democratic Institute and George Soros’ Open Society. Anwar, Bersih 2.0, and the PSM are planning a rally on July 9th to call for “clean elections,” ahead of the 13th general elections to be held in mid-2012.
With Thai elections on July 3, and the nation most likely soon to be in the throes of another color revolution, Malaysian opposition’s July 9th rally, should it get out of hand, would constitute two simultaneous major political conflagrations in Southeast Asia. That Thai dupes, Marxists, and NED-funded organizations are working in a coordinated fashion with their fellow NED/NDI-funded mobs in Malaysia signifies not a nation-wide foreign-funded destabilization, but an attempted regional-wide destabilization.
Added to the mix is former UN employee and Noble Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, who has been leading the opposition in Southeast Asia’s Myanmar and garnering support from every corporate cadre, think-tank, and organization imaginable. She was a finalist in the Chatham House Prize 2011, and not surprisingly a benefactor of Freedom Now’s services as well.
Freedom Now receives funding from the Moriah Fund, the Lantos Foundation which includes Israeli President Shimon Peres as an “adviser,” Real Networks Foundation (which also funds Democracy Now) and the Charles Bronfman Prize which proclaims on its website “Jewish Values. Global Impact.” Freedom Now also receives “pro-bono” legal support from the Pillsbury law firm, a CFR corporate member.
Aung San Suu Kyi herself, was born into an immensely wealthy and politically well connected family. She studied abroad, worked for the UN in New York City, and received a Ph.D from the University of London before returning to Myanmar to lead a “pro-democracy” movement. Whatever her convictions may really be, the West has fully hijacked her movement as a means of removing the current military junta and replacing it with one more conducive to their corporate agenda, which most assuredly has nothing to do with “democracy for the people.” Aung San Suu Kyi ID card from when she worked at the United Nations in New York City.
In 2007 there was the so-called “Saffron Revolution,” which was made a spectacle of by the corporate-owned media but gained little ground. Despite the rhetoric, the artificial aura of credibility and heroism built-up around yet another Nobel Peace Prize wearing crowbar trying to pry out another obstacle in the path of globalization, Myanmar’s color revolutions have proven ineffective. However, just in time for Thailand’s July 3rd elections, and Bersih’s July 9th demonstrations in Malaysia’s capital of Kuala Lumpur, Aung San Suu Kyi is planning her own attempt at stirring up political unrest by going on a “national tour.”
While both Thailand and Malaysia’s opposition parties are fully funded and backed by the global corporatocracy, Myanmar’s opposition is also officially a recipient of US-funded CANVAS training – the organization responsible for training the Egyptian, Iranian, and Lebanese activists currently trying to destroy their own national sovereignty. The pieces are not just in place for an inevitable attempted color revolution in Thailand, but a coordinated region wide conflagration of political unrest and most certainly violence. Opposition movements all falling under the same funding and same dubious associations with Western corporate-financier backers are moving in tandem to make the next few following months a summer of upheaval, chaos, and bloodshed.
The only positive aspect of the “Asian Summer” will be the fact that nations, the alternative media, and the people have the deceptive nature of the engineered “Arab Spring” in thoughtful hindsight. Tony Cartalucci’s articles have appeared on many alternative media websites, including his own at Land Destroyer Report.
Globalist Stooge Returns to Power
By Tony Cartalucci, Contributing Writer Activist Post
At face value, Thailand has been dealt a horrific blow during July 3rd’s elections. Hailed by the foreign press as a historic landslide victory, globalist-stooge and exiled convicted criminal Thaksin Shinawatra’s proxy party, led via overt nepotism by his own sister, has won the elections and will form the next Thai government. While the foreign-media fixates on the fact that Yingluck is the first female prime minster of Thailand, they fail to mention, or even attempt to dispute, is that she was virtually unknown just weeks ago and is literally running as a place holder for her brother Thaksin.
Thaksin Shinawatra, a long time servant of the global elite, since before even becoming Thailand’s prime minister in 2001, reports to the CFR in New York City on the eve of the 2006 military coup that ousted him from power. He has now returned to power in Thailand via a proxy political party led by his own sister, Yingluck Shinawatra. Securing the votes of only 38% of eligible voters puts on full display how tenuous his support really is within a nation he claims stands entirely behind him. Another factor completely ignored by the media is the actual mandate Thaksin’s party, who claims the majority of Thais stand behind, has to run the country. Out of Thailand’s eligible voters, only 74% actually came out to vote. Of that 74%, Thaksin’s party secured only 263 of 500 seats in the parliament, a mere 52% of the parliament with many of these seats won by very slim margins. 52% of the 74% that bothered to even vote gives Thaksin’s Peua Thai Party (PTP) a mere 38% mandate, a far flung, embarrassingly low number for a party that claims support from the majority of the nation.
Elections around the world often sport similar realities when the glossy front pages of globalist magazines and carefully worded columns in papers are discarded and the math actually done. Democracy in actuality, by no stretch of the imagination, is the voice of the people speaking out, but rather a carefully arranged charade composed to lend otherwise illegitimate leaders their “mandate.”In Thailand’s case, 38% of Thailand’s eligible voters chose a party openly run by a convicted criminal, living in exile in Dubai, who consorts with some of the most notorious warmongers, neo-imperialists, free-traders, and international meddlers on earth.
Since the 2006 coup that deposed Thaksin Shinawatra, he has been represented by global elitists via their lobbying firms, including Kenneth Adelman of the Edelman PR firm (Freedom House, International Crisis Group, PNAC), James Baker of Baker Botts (CFR), Robert Blackwill of Barbour Griffith & Rogers (CFR), Kobre & Kim, and currently Robert Amsterdam of Amsterdam & Peroff (Chatham House). Meanwhile, his street mobs dubbed the “red shirts” have received rhetorical support by US-funded NGOs like Prachatai which received 1.5 million baht from the Neo-Con lined National Endowment for Democracy. With mere pittances on record paid to these organizations for their global campaign on Thaksin’s behalf, and now with his party back in power, it will be time to pay the real fee for doing business with the global elite.
Expect sweeping “economic liberalizations” while NGOs move in to build up an even more invasive network within Thailand.It should also be noted that even now, Thaksin’s “red shirt” movement and the US-funded NGOs that support it are not only mobilized on Thaksin’s behalf, but to illustrate how US-funded “civil society” actually serves the global-elites’ interests above and beyond their own regional stooges, they have been mobilized to bolster support for other regional stooges including Ibrahim Anwar of Malaysia who is planning a massive rally in the nation’s capital on July 9th, 2011. Indeed, Thailand’s NED-funded Prachatai covered the Thai NED-funded People’s Empowerment Foundation, who were rallying on behalf of Malaysia’s NED/NDI/Open Society-funded Bersih movement at the Malaysian Embassy in Bangkok.
It is unclear what will transpire in Thailand next. Allowing Thaksin’s proxy party to come back to power, but the party itself with an overtly tenuous 38% mandate, may allow nationalist elements to slowly undermine and dismantle the party once and for all. Thaksin Shinawatra himself claims he will remain in exile, as his return would undoubtedly fill the streets with protests and mobilize the military once again to oust him. For years PTP has claimed to have the majority of Thailand’s population behind them. After elections, while they won by a slim majority, the fact that only 38% of voting Thais actually chose them exposes how tenuous their support really is. With this knowledge in hand, whether done by the government or grassroots Thais, a campaign to educate, inform, and get this 38% self-sufficient politically and economicallyhas a real chance of completely undermining the globalists’ neo-liberal incursion into Thailand.It will not be easy to educate this 38% however, especially regarding their patron Thaksin and his true, foreign-serving agenda.
This is because while imposter academics like Dr. Andrew Walker of Australia’s National University throw up unrelated correlationsbetween a growing number of Internet connections in Thailand and PTP’s rising popularity, reality suggests that the 38% that supports an overt treasonous criminal in direct contradiction to the rule-of-law, did so because of a lack of information, not access to it. By not contesting Thakin’s party’s return to power, and instead “lying low,” Thailand’s establishment has put off what was admittedly going to be another round of street level bloodshed. Had protests started because of a perceived “stolen election” the level of violence, and the rhetorical justification to completely eviscerate Thailand’s nationalist establishment may have been achievable, just as it was in Egypt and Tunisia where globalist-hits have already taken place.
Even if the Thai government was able to put down such unrest, as seen in Syria and Libya, heavily armed militants and now overt foreign support have created the beginnings of armed insurrections that have hobbled their countries politically and economically. The prospect of street protests would have also raised the specter of similar “copy-cat” protests in neighboring Malaysia and Myanmar, where globalist-stooges Aung San Suu Kyi and Ibrahim Anwar are planning similar campaigns to conveniently coincide with the predicted unrest in Thailand. This would have translated into regional instability.
Depending on how long Thailand’s establishment draws out their campaign to undermine Thaksin’s proxy party, and how overt they are about it, Thailand’s decision to accept the election’s outcome, albeit one that is sure to frustrate the other 62% that did not vote for Thaksin, may just balk entirely a coordinated attempt at destabilizing Asia. This is news that will make those in Beijing quite happy, and as the International Criminal Court suffers a debilitating rejection by the entire continent of Africa and Western-backed oppositions struggle indefinitely in both Libya and Syria, the globalists’ inability to stoke an Asian political conflagration may signal the final cracks in their last ditch effort to contain Beijing and Moscow in their bid to consolidate their unipolar global “international order.”
So while it may seem like a crushing defeat, it is still too early to tell. Whether Thaksin’s sister can consolidate once again her brother’s autocratic grip on power, annihilate his enemies, and allow him to return to power and pay back the likes of James Baker, Edelman, Robert Amsterdam, and Robert Blackwill their full “fees” or not will mark the progress of the globalists in their attempt to reestablish control of Southeast Asia and subsequently contain China. For now, the window of opportunity seems open for both sides, while time seems to be on the side of those favoring a multipolar world order.
Tony Cartalucci’s articles have appeared on many alternative media websites, including his own at Land Destroyer Report.
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