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  1. #166
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    I intend to praise Mr Pink Lips on a job well done when he could buy a chicken for RM1.00. Never mind if it is a road-kill. On second thoughts I will only do it when he can buy a duck for 50 sen.
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    Dont know about the rumours that the plane was located at pulau perak, how true?

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    '' Did Al-Qaeda In China Blow Up Malaysian Airliner ? ''

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/..._airliner.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tham View Post
    '' Did Al-Qaeda In China Blow Up Malaysian Airliner ? ''

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    maybe sirul was onboard and he got C4-ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhiga View Post
    Apart from the above, I will also look at how the Silk Air (the budget carrier of SIA) plunged few years ago.. I am not saying this is the same cause. I just wonder why no one zoom into this angle....
    Last Saturday in a function, we were talking about missing MH370. Middle of our conversation, we talked about MI185 (Silkair) crashed in Musi River near Pelembang in Dec 1997 which killed 97 passengers and 7 crew members. I mentioned about the conclusion from NTSB (American National Transportation Safety Board) which based on computer modeling to conclude that the crash was deliberate flight control inputs by the captain or in a layman term it is a suicide crash. There was an ex-air force pilot in my group, he was very mad when I mentioned this. He told me he was a good friend of the pilot, he knew him very well as a personal friend and he couldn't believe the speculation. Well, I stopped my conversation there since the conclusion from NTSB was based on computer modeling.

    Anyway, the outcome from the Superior Court in Los Angeles concluded that the crash was caused by a prominent issue inherent in other Boeing 737 crashes which was due to defective servo valve inside the PCU (Power Control Unit). The case closed with the manufacturer reached an out of court settlement with the families.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fRaNkY View Post
    Dont know about the rumours that the plane was located at pulau perak, how true?
    I hope so......anyway just now, I was having dinner with a group of Japanese Aviation experts. We were talking about MH379, none of us believed that such a big plane Boeing 777 can goes missing without traces at all. We believed the plane should be "landed" somewhere in the land instead of sea simply because there is no sign of floating objects spotted so far be it in South China Sea or Andaman Sea. I am glad the Chinese send in their military aircrafts to extend their search in land area. we all are hoping to get more clues soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HTCHONG View Post
    ....Anyway, the outcome from the Superior Court in Los Angeles concluded that the crash was caused by a prominent issue inherent in other Boeing 737 crashes which was due to defective servo valve inside the PCU (Power Control Unit). The case closed with the manufacturer reached an out of court settlement with the families.
    Thanks for the update.. I thought the Silkair crash was a deliberate attempt when I read an article many years ago.

    I can't stop not to think of deliberate human error when a modern plane failed to communicate nowadays. Just hope the plane landed somewhere and the passengers and crew are trying to get help…

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    Chinese satellite found a large piece of flotsam in the waters south of Vietnam. Lets wait for their confirmation on what it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naka View Post

    Just to be consistent, Nuraina should also attack the home grown variety with the same gusto.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naka View Post
    Are they trying to say Najib implied it's act of god!

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    I hate to say this but I think our people has LOST IT ... better let the Chinese take over - malu or not ... who cares when there are 239 LIVES AT STAKE ...

    The BN Govt can play their favourite blame game, "tai-chi", face-saving whatever later ... save the lives first ... if they cannot do it, just say so and step aside ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee View Post
    I hate to say this but I think our people has LOST IT ... better let the Chinese take over - malu or not ... who cares when there are 239 LIVES AT STAKE ...

    The BN Govt can play their favourite blame game, "tai-chi", face-saving whatever later ... save the lives first ... if they cannot do it, just say so and step aside ...
    This is an international crisis because the plane was carrying passengers of many nationalities. This Gomen thinks they can treat the international community like they treat the locals who are bullied into submission. They are not going to take any b..s..

    It is pretty ironic then when Shahidan Kassim, wading in with his two sen's worth, said that the foreign press was bullying the DCA Chief.
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    If the Chinese staellite could detect the three pieces of floating objects in the South China Sea, NEAR the lost point where they lost contact with the aircraft, why wasn't anyone able to detect them. China didn't want to reveal the capabilities of its satellite technology...that's why they delayed revealing the information. Or were they detected by us also and someone says put a lid on it, we need to prolong the search for...(you can add to this suspicion)? Meantime, did the military purposely said the plane was last seen off the Straits of Malacca to throw in a red herring? Or did the radar operator suffered a case of mirror image vision where the east became west?
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    In a way, the present Malaysian leadership is caught with their pants down, widely exposed their weakness and elitism to the entire world to scrutinize including CNN, WSJ, Bloomberg, BBC, SCMP, CNA and of course my favourite NY Times....

    And I remember this song I sang when I teased my friends...

    Malaysia is full of apiah tah na nay tah na nay
    See them tumbling down the stairs
    See them fumbling here and there
    Malaysia is full of apiah tah na nay tah na nay


    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/13/wo...ref=world&_r=0

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