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    http://www.todayonline.com/commentar...-mh370-tragedy

    Finally someone dares to write about what everyone knows:
    It's the Malay Bumi system that ruins the entire country.

    This is the kind of disastrous results we now see from the Bumiputera Policy, pushing the mediocre malays forward in leadership roles that is beyond their capabilities.

    Yes, I'm touching on racial issues here and its against the rules of this forum. But it's the reality of life for Malaysia and Singapore. Everyone knows the root of the problem but don't want to talk about it publicly.

    I really hope through this saga, the MY leaders will wake up and do some overhaul in their system. In the next GE, I can foresee Najib losing his job. The opposition will use this saga against him and BN

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    The 3 panel members were clearly introduced to the media at the start of the media conference. (see 9:00 to 9:21 of video)
    Not just name but designation. (i.e. no MAS CEO present - never mind if cannot remember his name)

    Hishamuddin and the other two on the panel were speaking for a long time. She had a lot of time to figure out who is who.
    If a reporter was specially sent from OZ to MLY to cover this event, has been covering this matter only for the past 2 weeks; and still don't know who the MAS CEO is (he has appeared at numerous previous press conferences) then she is hopeless.

    Don't worry. She is covering for Australian audience who don't know and don't care who is MAS CEO or Director General of Civil Aviation or the Acting Minister of Transport.

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    Yes, she concentrated all her time & energy to remember who these people are, that's why she was there. Just like you have all the time & energy in the world to relax, sit back & view through in details all these conference videos & report to us with these minute observations & petty critiques

    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    The 3 panel members were clearly introduced to the media at the start of the media conference. (see 9:00 to 9:21 of video)
    Not just name but designation. (i.e. no MAS CEO present - never mind if cannot remember his name)

    Hishamuddin and the other two on the panel were speaking for a long time. She had a lot of time to figure out who is who.
    If a reporter was specially sent from OZ to MLY to cover this event, has been covering this matter only for the past 2 weeks; and still don't know who the MAS CEO is (he has appeared at numerous previous press conferences) then she is hopeless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s1221ljc View Post
    Yes, she concentrated all her time & energy to remember who these people are, that's why she was there. Just like you have all the time & energy in the world to relax, sit back & view through in details all these conference videos & report to us with these minute observations & petty critiques
    Excuse me. There are people who don't go anywhere and read anything except kopitiam postings.

    It's our jobs to keep them informed in KPT.

    Brother richoflex is doing a fine job.

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    马航事件为世界上了公共危机管理课


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    Excuse me. There are people who don't go anywhere and read anything except kopitiam postings.

    It's our jobs to keep them informed in KPT.

    Brother richoflex is doing a fine job.
    Oh OK, great job, well done! Maybe he can shed some light why the CEO MAS was replaced by CEO Malindo (huh, whats that & what the CEO doing there?) The reporter may have mistaken one for the other or thought they were related "sama sama" from the same parent airline.

    Btw another airline incident, now with Malindo http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/malaysian-carrier-malindo/1049124.html scary.
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    My suspicion is that their concept was to have lots of orang ketua, or big shots at the press meetings, hoping each will cover for the other.
    Its probably a mistake, as they don't know what the other wil say, and each one is no except. Too much by I and too little real expert..
    Out of the lot, only the engineer guy may know his stuff. No real experts there.
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    Maybe MY government should advertise this:
    WANTED MH370, REWARD USD 10 MILLIONS.
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    michelle Obama already fly personally to china to pay "white gold" ...
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    Landing at the wrong airport with half of the required runway.

    This is a separate case.

    When lousy airports are made to operate without (radar) proper equipment, air traffic controllers are not alert and pilots get confused by a nearby airport.

    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/03/24/tr...iref=obnetwork

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    Quote Originally Posted by d2xpeter View Post
    That would be too obvious, not to mention that the operation would be vulnerable to Hellfire missile strikes. Right? So easy for the ENEMY to strike back at you.
    But if you go thru civilian means, as mentioned, more difficult for enemy, albeit more troublesome for yourself too.
    ???? errr... if you can get it to malaysia what is the difference in getting it to china??? totally does not make sense.

    I think ricohflex is right. The story does not make sense as there is so many "easier paths" available to the people in the story.

    Going through Malaysia just really complicates things when China is just next door...

    I don't think America will hijack a plane for "technology". I slso don't think that a piece a technology will render the drones inert. China can probably learnt how to make some themselves but it will be impossible to neutralise the drones as I think the drones should be programmable lah....

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    Untill now what is the real story?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dremark View Post
    Untill now what is the real story?
    That depends what you like to hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dremark View Post
    Untill now what is the real story?
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    That depends what you like to hear.
    Choose 1:

    (A) The pilot, under the evil influence of Anwar, hijacked the plane and crashed it when it ran out of fuel.

    (B) The co-pilot invited several girls into the cockpit but they are actually terrorist hijackers disguised as pretty girls.

    (C) The plane was hijacked by the Americans.

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    Lee Dai Sor 李大傻 says:

    上一次, 就講到.....
    Now they say search 1,100 KM northeast away from earlier predicted position.

    The Inmarsat & AAIB people have been very quiet. No more boasting about how clever they are.

    Of course they insist their calculations were right originally.
    Except that this is a small refinement.

    Who knows? Next few days the search away may shift to another far away position.
    And once again they will insist they were right and this is a second small refinement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by An drew View Post
    Choose 1:

    (A) The pilot, under the evil influence of Anwar, hijacked the plane and crashed it when it ran out of fuel.

    (B) The co-pilot invited several girls into the cockpit but they are actually terrorist hijackers disguised as pretty girls.

    (C) The plane was hijacked by the Americans.
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    The exact location may be hard to pinpoint.. that part of the world contains some of the roughest seas.. I never hope to do SAR there..
    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    Lee Dai Sor 李大傻 says:



    Now they say search 1,100 KM northeast away from earlier predicted position.

    The Inmarsat & AAIB people have been very quiet. No more boasting about how clever they are.

    Of course they insist their calculations were right originally.
    Except that this is a small refinement.

    Who knows? Next few days the search away may shift to another far away position.
    And once again they will insist they were right and this is a second small refinement.
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    Another link to read. What Really Happened to MH370

    http://www.mathaba.net/news/?x=634000

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    Quote Originally Posted by shierwin View Post
    Another link to read. What Really Happened to MH370

    http://www.mathaba.net/news/?x=634000
    This is the universally consistent explanation of what happened, albeit unofficial.

    The next question is why did the Americans do it? Choose 1.
    (A) A nuclear device onboard
    (B) Drone control device onboard
    (C) Kill Freescale technology
    (D) Person(s) target
    (E) Weapons testing
    (F) None of the above

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    Quote Originally Posted by An drew View Post
    This is the universally consistent explanation of what happened, albeit unofficial.

    The next question is why did the Americans do it? Choose 1.
    (A) A nuclear device onboard
    (B) Drone control device onboard
    (C) Kill Freescale technology
    (D) Person(s) target
    (E) Weapons testing
    (F) None of the above
    (G) All of the above?

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