Malaysian Jet Tragedy Propagandized – Ron Paul

Sending our deepest condolences to MAS – the  tragedy of Malaysian Flight 17. Many speculations started fueling the world jumping into conclusion pointing finger against who’s and who’s!

This article is interesting for widening our readers’ perspective – BY RON PAUL!

Malaysia Airline Media Statement



Malaysia Airline Media Statement


Please do not blame the Malaysian Government nor Malaysia Airlines because SQ flight was just 25 km away from where MH17 was allegedly shot down.


A Singapore Airlines plane was reportedly only 25km away from flight MH17 at the moment it crashed near the Russian border in Ukraine, according to images posted by a website that tracks global aircrafts in real time. tweeted a graphic showing Singapore Airlines SQ351 and Air India AI113 and said both planes were about 25km of MH17 when the Boeing 777 disappeared and crashed after being allegedly shot down.

Flight MH17, bound for Kuala Lumpur, had taken off from Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport. There were 280 passengers, 15 crew members and three infants onboard.

Read the STOMP Singapore Press – Rebel allegedly bragging about shooting down a plane thinking it was the Ukrainian military jet! “That looks like this?”


Some leaders are born retarded thinking we are blind and can’t read between the lines. The world has abandoned Ukraine airspace and not Russian airspace! The foolish people always think the world is a place for them to lie.

The passing of the black box is gonna tell something…someone is making a big mistake and trying very hard to hide it. Why passed the black box in the first place?

We may be the oldest oxes on earth but we’re still that sharp and quick in assimilating the whole episode in this finger-pointing crisis.

We pray for the truth to be out soon and we support the Malaysian Government to pursue such cruelty against humans and to get justice for MAS flight 17!

We support Dutch PM Mark Rutte for his vow of justice if Malaysian plane is attacked.

Netherlands has dispatched Foreign Minister Frans Timmermans and a team of forensic experts to Ukraine to probe the disaster.

Thank you Dutch PM and Malaysian Government for your acts against inhumanity!

To the opposition party who shamelessly speculating against MH370 and MH17 without a single bullet we say to you please grow up don’t just growing old by whining and whining till the kingdom comes home you’ll still whining because you people are just the whiner and the Rhinos! Can’t you please unite with the present Government to protect your own country from the invasion of foreign forces?

Please whine more about the invasion in eastern side of Sabah and get your asses down in the field and face those uninvited enemies if you are the country men and women! Otherwise you people are mere collaborators for your own enemies!


Nufam’s Stupidity – Episode 3

The journey of the National Union for Flight Attendant Malaysia in typical circumstances is a shortest stint ever recorded in the history of trade unionism as assisted by the Director General of Trade Union – the Cleverest Young Bastard (YB) Mustafa Bin Ali and his collaborators that included AirAsia’s CEO Tony Pariah Fernandez working hand in glove with another born-to-be-bastard “Roslee Sabaruddin” who works discreetly with MAS imported spy – Mohammad Fauzi Mahayahuddin to destroy the National Carrier from the inside.

This is how the department of Trade Union collaborates with Nufam…

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Let us take a closer look at NUFAM chronologically…it was registered in 2012 by Ismail Nasaruddin the Lipas Man who recently was fired from Malaysia Airlines for public defamation against the National Carrier and six other MAS cabin crew. Nufam was approved by Roslee Sabaruddin (Assistant of DGTU) who then was believed to have received a sum of RM50,000 (under table) from AirAsia for assisting in the formation of Nufam to stir trouble inside MAS.

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The slogan Nufam uses are in conjunction with AirAsia’s advertisement clearly revealing such slogan was authorised by AirAsia’s Tony Pariah Fernandez. The mission is to poison MAS cabin crew so to join AirAsiaX with those unfurled lies about how wonderful and fabulous that AirAsiaX is than any other local airlines.

This is how AirAsia get to recruit the experienced cabin crew from another local airlines for its quick expansion avoiding payable inland and airport taxes. The profit AirAsia makes are generated from all taxes specifically the airport taxes and the pre-paid airfares collected in advance from its customers.

Nufam is tasked by AirAsia’s CEO Tony Pariah Fernandez to pressure MAS CEO Ahmad Jauhari to fully committ to his promises that he made with Tony Pariah on signing away MAS quota for Los Angeles route paving way for AirAsia to fly into Los Angeles by the end of 2014.  When a CEO fails delivering it on time…Nufam strikes…nufam2014The fact remains that Nufam was truly formed by Tony Pariah Fernandez working hand in glove with the cougar bitch – Maznah Mazlan whose collaboration included those resentful ex-MAS workers in her attempt to avenge MAS for terminating her nephew who was once also a cabin crew of Malaysia Airlines under 5 years of contract service.

sackedLast year was the most memorable year for Nufam President who then finally joined the resentful clowns.

Here’s the memoir of Nufam 2013…

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Congrats Nufam for being so D.U.M.B – Don’t Use Many Brains! Stay tuned to us for our next episode 4 – Against all odds – Ex-executive councils of AEU strikes back against MAS!

PRABOWO, THAKSIN, ANWAR IBRAHIM and The 1997 Currency Crisis


Mike Billington from Executive Intelligence Review in his article “British Empire Tool To Recolonize Malaysia” wrote as that When Soros led the speculative assault on Malaysia and its neighbors in 1997, Anwar, who served as Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister to Dr. Mahathir at the time, had demanded that the speculators be given free rein, and imposed “IMF conditions without the IMF,” Mr. Billington further stated that Anwar defended the speculators, admitting that he had circulated Soros’s papers to policymakers in Malaysia, and defended Soros when Mahathir called Soros a thief and a moron. In response to a public question from Mr.Billinton in 2005, Anwar defended his effort to impose IMF austerity and free-trade dictates on Malaysia, despite the fact that such policies subsequently destroyed the economies of Malaysia’s neighbors.

Above are some of the excerpt from Mr.Billington’s article and ought to be read in its entirety (click here).

The first definite indication that the Illuminati has launched a major offensive towards South East Asia was in 1997 when they engineered the regional currency crisis with Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia as the major target. The offensive was mostly a success with the exception of Malaysia. Lots of people died and the Illuminati successfully overpowered the Thailand and Indonesian’s governance.


There was a similarity in the offensive carried out against Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand. First of all, of all the 9 nations directly affected by the crisis, only these three were politically aggravated by the crisis. Other nations especially those which are known as allies of the United States (such as Singapore, South Korea, Japan and Philippine) were spared from suffering the same fate. Secondly, the political event consequent to the crisis happened during this period was later found out to be the key event behind the rise of certain politicians link to crisis itself. For example, consequent to the reformist demand, In 1997 Thailand adopted a new constitution which aimed to reduce the number of parties in Thailand. It was later agreed that as a result of these new constitution, the majority of smaller parties in Thailand banded together under Thaksin Shinawatra’s Thai Rak Thai party (a new party formed merely a year after the crisis) to capture a majority of the seats. Ironically, it was later disclosed that Thaksin Shinawatra was one of the man who had played a role in the 1997 crisis, It has been investigated by the court of justice and as leaked by Thaksin’s former cabinet member Sanoh that “There were four people who got involved in the Baht depreciation, i.e. Chavalit, Thaksin, Thanong and Pokin,”.

In Indonesia, it was agreed that the fatal shooting of four students of Trisakti University was a planned triggering mechanism of the Indonesian riot which had lasted for three days but resulted with the death of as many of 5,000 peoples comprising mostly the ethnic Chinese. A government minister reported the damage or destruction of 2,479 shop-houses, 1,026 ordinary houses, 1,604 shops, 383 private offices, 65 bank offices, 45 workshops, 40 shopping malls, 13 markets, and 12 hotels. It was reported that shooting was deliberately done by an unknown men on motorcycles who appeared on the flyover which overlooks Trisakti. The identity of these men was never known.


Many months later; a theory surfaced that the instigators to these riots were from the military itself. An independent investigation into the events managed to record a testimony from a taxi driver reported hearing a man in a military helicopter encouraging people on the ground to carry out looting; shop-owners at a Plaza claimed that, before the riots, military officers tried to extract protection money; a teenager claimed he and thousands of others had been trained as protesters; a street child alleged that Kopassus officers ordered him and his friends to become rioters; there was a report of soldiers being dressed up as students and then taking part in rioting; eyewitnesses spoke of muscular men with short haircuts arriving in military-style trucks and directing attacks on Chinese homes and businesses.


Many believed that the mastermind behind these riots is the Illuminist General Prabowo Subianto. Prabowo whom was lionized by his American counterparts as a future national leader; is believed to have used Kopassus and the army in general as the instrument to trigger the chaos. It was also later implicated that Prabowo is the man behind the formation of ‘ninja squads’, presumably the same squad behind the murder of numerous religious men in Banyuwangi and the one operated by the paramilitary groups in East Timor.

It is interesting to know that Prabowo has once utilized the tactic of marrying a President Suharto’s daughter in order to gain access to the presidential palace. The same tactic adopted by Khairy Jamaluddin of Malaysia who once announced his dream of becoming the next Prime Minister before his age of 40. Prabowo also has the same background profile with Anwar Ibrahim and Khairy Jamaluddin. All of them actually harvested billion dollars state’s money through corruption loopholes in the government.

Prabowo and his billionaire brother Hashim is also the man behind the formation of ‘Partai Gerakan Indonesia Raya’ or Gerindra in short. The purpose behind the formation of Gerindra is sort of the same with Anwar Ibrahim and his PKR in Malaysia, namely to promote Prabowo as the next President of Indonesia. After he failed in his attempt to be nominated as presidential candidate for Golkar Party, he exited Golkra and instead used Gerindra to nominate him as Presidential candidate for 2009 General Election. However due to his history which was perceived as a liability against his chances, he was advised by his advisor Alex Castinallos (a U.S. Republican Party political media consultant and also top media adviser to Bush Cheney ’04) to shift his strategy by agreeing to be nominated as vice president alongside Megawati Suekarboputri as Presidential candidate against Susilo-Boediono team. It is very interesting to note that Prabowo like Anwar Ibrahim seems unable to escape the influence of Illuminati even for minor detail such as choosing the logo of his party. Whereas Anwar Ibrahim had chosen the “all seeing eye” as the logo for Parti Keadilan Rakyat, Prabowo had chosen an emblem very similar to the Illuminati’s eagle emblem. Coincidence you say?

Today, General Probowo continues his mission to be next president of Indonesia in 2014 when Indonesia held its next Presidential Election. It seems that the Illuminati / Masonic mission to establish Novus Ordos Seclorum (New World Order) is the almost in synchronize in Indonesia and Malaysia. Furthermore, due to the recent more event which saw natural (or as I personally prefers it as ‘unnatural) disasters, political issues and spiraling economy due to current world recession (all directly or indirectly contributed by the Illuminati themselves), it is predicted that there is now an ongoing efforts to shift the blame on the president in order to destabilize the government so that the election to be brought forward in 2013. Whether this prediction will materialized is yet to be seen.

Prabowo, Thaksin, Anwar Ibrahim route to power (and later humiliation) shares quite a handful of similarities. For one thing, all of them are corrupt and corruptly uses their power to harvest their wealth. Prabowo is well known using his proximity to the presidential palace to enrich his brother Hashim Djojohadikusumo who is amongst the richest men in Indonesia.


Anwar Ibrahim on the other hand uses his former glory as Finance Minister to enrich his dad (Datuk Ibrahim A Rahman) as shareholders of IOI, Pengkalen Holdings, Nissan Industrial Oxygen Inc) and his brothers Farizan, Marzukhi, Rani and Rosli (Pengkalen and Penas Corp). Thaksin on another hand was already found guilty in a Thai court of corruption and currently a wanted criminal by his own country. The corruption charges against him are quite a handful, from purchase of four 772 million baht plots of land from in 2003 to issuing an unlawful cabinet resolution approving the spending of state funds to conspiring to evade taxes of 546 million baht (US$15.6 million) in a 1997 transfer of Shin Corp shares. Like Anwar and Probowo, Thaksin uses his wife, his children and his relatives as proxy to accumulate his wealth.

Other similarities between these three men are their history in politics. The most outstanding similarities were the fact that all these men seems to have a single political goal in life that is to become the number one person of their respective country. Like Anwar Ibrahim, Thaksin was actually a Deputy Prime Minister during the 1997 crisis and was involved in the decision to float the baht which led to its devaluation and the ignition of the crisis. During a censure debate on 27 September 1997, Democrat Suthep Thaugsuban even accused Thaksin of profiting from insider information about the government’s decision. In the aftermath of the crisis, Thaksin then founded the Thai Rak Thai party in 1998 which he uses as a vehicle to ride on people’s resentment towards the government in order to won a sweeping victory in the January 2001 elections. So you see, what Thaksin has done is quite similar to what Anwar Ibrahim is doing. Anwar as we know it, was personally responsible for attempting to adopt the IMF-style policy in Malaysia in 1997. Such Indonesian style disaster was only avoided when he was out maneuvered by Tun Mahathir who corrected the policy and sacked him from his post. He then started his reformasi movement and founded PKR as a vehicle to do exactly the same as what Thaksin had done. The only difference was that where Thaksin had succeeded, Anwar had not.

Thaksin, Prabowo and Anwar also shared the same tendency to run away when the future looks bleak. Thaksin as we know is now hopping from one foreign soil to another seeking asylum to escape prosecution. Prabowo shared the same strategy of hiding in Jordan in 1998 when his role in the riots was known by the public. I don’t think there’s any need to explain the same tendency adopted by Anwar Ibrahim. I believe everyone still remembers his hiding in the Turkish Embassy in 2008 and his others exploits of trying to run to other countries whenever he believes he is in trouble.

These are some of the examples on how stereotypes the Illuminati plan. Because all three men received instruction from the same source therefore for those who care to read in details on the stories behind the 1997 currency crisis will realize the rhythm of Illuminati’s in these entire event and the men benefiting from it.

The above article is a few examples on how Illuminati agent works. It is therefore advisable for all to be aware about any individuals rising to power which shares the same profile as these three and this article was produced in December 3, 2010.

If we take a minute to ponder; we would be able to recap the similarities used by BABI – Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim seizing the opportunity to cease BN ruling coalition paving way for him to be crowned the next Prime Minister of Malaysia. All this is prepping to embrace the IMF policies. Even BABI tried rejecting IMF for that matter via his most recent speeches; it does not mean he won’t invite IMF if he becomes the Next Prime Minister of Malaysia.

Stay tuned to us for our next article.

Goodbye to P-noy dreams on claiming Sabah

It looks like the Sultanate of Sulu will lose to Malaysia in their ownership fight over Sabah.

The cards are stacked up against the family of the ailing 74-year-old Sultan Jamalul Kiram III:

  • Malaysia is in physical control of that disputed 73,630-square-kilometer corner of Borneo that it rents from the sultanate for P70,000 a year. Occupation means 99.99 percent of winning the case.
  • Malaysia’s vastly superior forces — dominating the sea, land and air — are hunting down with deadly ferocity the ragtag “royal forces” of the sultanate that have been reduced to less than 200 guerillas on the run.
  • In a 1963 referendum sponsored by the United Nations under the principle of self-determination, majority of Sabah residents reportedly elected to stay with Malaysia.
  • Kiram family members themselves do not agree on what route to take.
  • And President Aquino appears to have taken the side of Malaysia. That clinches it.

But the Kirams are not likely to go down alone. President Aquino, his senatorial Team PNoy and the entire country are bound to suffer collateral damage.

If the President is not able to work out before May a resolution mutually satisfactory to Kuala Lumpur and the sultanate, that could mean:

  • Goodbye to a Bangsamoro sub-state for the Moro Islamic Liberation Front replacing the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao created for the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.
  • Also goodbye to that dream that the Bangsamoro deal would end the strife in Mindanao and inspire Mr. Aquino’s nomination for a Nobel Peace Prize.

From the time he started scolding the Kirams in public, telling them to surrender unconditionally and face the law, President Aquino hardly had any word of comfort or assurance for them.

On the contrary, the President and his spokesmen are sometimes caught mouthing the same lines as Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak and his foreign minister.

Last time he spoke on the subject, at the Philippine Military Academy, the President said, correctly, that the “complicated” dispute cannot be resolved by force of arms but by peaceful dialogue.

However, it is important that the Kirams and the government get together, move in a common direction and face Malaysia with one voice.

But how can this happen when the Kirams cannot agree among themselves, while the President and his boys sound almost like Kuala Lumpur’s spokesmen?

Sen. Miriam Santiago, incoming member of the International Criminal Court, suggested that the Philippines and Malaysia appoint a third party to conduct “inquiry and fact-finding” on the fighting in Sabah.

Under the 1907 Hague Convention for the Pacific Settlement of Disputes, she said, these peaceful options can be used to resolve disputes by clarifying the facts through an “impartial and conscientious investigation.”

According to her, “the method of inquiry and fact-finding does not involve the investigation or application of the rules of law.”

She added that “under international law, impartial fact-finding facilitates peaceful settlement of disputes, particularly settlement by negotiation, mediation, good offices, or conciliation.”


Santiago underscored the urgency of the government giving “diplomatic protection” to Filipinos in distress.

There is an unwritten exception to the prohibition on the use of force, she said, such as when a state acts to protect or rescue its nationals in the territory of another state.

But before the Philippines can undertake rescue operations in Sabah, she said the government must observe these conditions:

  1. The life of Filipinos should be genuinely in danger and Malaysia is unwilling or unable to ensure their safety.
  2. The Philippines does not pursue any other purpose during the rescue.
  3. The scale and effects of the military force used are adequately suited to the purpose and conditions of the operation.

It is obvious, however, that even with the above conditions, President Aquino’s ordering a rescue is out of the question, given his frame of mind.


The 1878 Deed over Sabah executed by the Sulu sultan in favor of two Europeans is described as a “deed of pajak,” meaning lease.

Santiago said that since it was a lease, the sultan never transferred sovereignty to the Europeans, who later formed the British North Borneo Co., which transferred sovereignty to the British crown and then to Malaysia.

“Since no transfer of sovereignty was involved in the 1878 Deed, no transfer of sovereignty has ever passed to Malaysia,” she said.

The senator quoted statements of the British foreign minister at the time, Lord Granville, that sovereignty remained in the Sulu sultan.

Sulu Sultanate’s Quixonic Quest – Money and Title

By James Hooway from Wall Street Journal

The Royal Sultanate of Sulu and North Borneo isn’t much to look at. It’s a two-story house in a ramshackle Manila neighborhood where beggars jostle for sidewalk space with elderly ladies selling baskets of dried fish and teenagers running photocopier stalls.

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Jamalul Kiram III, the 74-year-old self-declared Sultan of Sulu, has made a centuries-old claim to the Malaysian state of Sabah.

But this is the operations hub for Jamalul Kiram III, the 74-year-old self-declared Sultan of Sulu whose audacious attempt to enforce his family’s centuries-old claim to the Malaysian state of Sabah has so far claimed over 70 lives, and put his tiny kingdom at the center of Asia’s confusing and deadly mosaic of overlapping territorial claims.

“Everybody knows I’m the rightful owner of Sabah. All we want is for Malaysia to recognize it, too,” Mr. Kiram said during a break in discussions with supporters here recently.

Wearing a bright sarong and a grubby “I Love Kuala Lumpur” T-shirt, he explained that he doesn’t really want to govern Sabah. Rather, he says he just wants the same status accorded to other sultans in Malaysia, such as the Sultan of Johor or Sultan of Perak – and some money to help him lead a royal lifestyle.

So, last month Mr. Kiram dispatched around 200 followers, many of whom were heavily armed, to make the short hop from his ancestral stamping grounds in the Sulu archipelago of the southern Philippines to Malaysia-controlled Borneo.

Celia Kiram, the self-declared sultan’s wife, signs for the receipt of a subpoena from the Philippines’ National Bureau of Investigation to help with their inquiries.

After a lengthy stand-off in a coastal village, Malaysian security forces launched air strikes and sent in ground troops to flush out the intruders. In the following days, 62 Filipinos, nine Malaysian security personnel and one civilian were killed in clashes while governments in Kuala Lumpur and Manila scrambled to contain the political fallout in both countries. Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, with an election due soon, said he had to act swiftly to protect Malaysia’s territorial integrity, and many of the Kiram family’s supporters are still on the run in Sabah as Filipino prosecutors wonder whether they can charge Mr. Kiram with violating any Philippine laws.

As bizarre as all this seems, Mr. Kiram’s quest isn’t as Quixotic as claiming to be the rightful monarch of, say, France.

OB-WS730_sultan_D_20130318071311The Royal Sultanate of Sulu and North Borneo is in a ramshackle Manila neighborhood.

Despite having no formal political power, the Sultanate of Sulu commands considerable respect among many Muslim Filipinos. In the past, it helped unify warring tribes in the fractious southern Philippines. The family also believes it has a legitimate claim to Sabah, after the Sultan of Sulu granted the territory to the Kirams in 1704 in return for helping to crush a rebellion, and the Philippine government has never fully relinquished its claim, either.

Looking on at the carnage from his crumbling Manila home, Mr. Kiram reckons his mission has partly succeeded. Among other things, the Sabah invasion has helped put his family’s claim back on the international map alongside other disputes, such as a border row between Thailand and Cambodia and China’s tussles with Vietnam and other countries over which nation controls parts of the South China Sea.

The Philippine government, meanwhile, says it is now examining how it can revive the Sabah claim peacefully. “I have a responsibility to dissect history in search of these truths, and from there, to lay down the direction that our country will take as regards Sabah – a direction that I guarantee you will not involve the use of violence,” President Benigno Aquino III said Monday.

And as far as Mr. Kiram is concerned, it’s not a moment too soon.

Family members say Mr. Kiram is running out of time. He undergoes kidney dialysis at least twice a week at a cost of $120 per session. The 5,300 ringgit, or about $1,700, that the Malaysian government pays his family each year in an archaic form of rent doesn’t come close to covering it, and his poor health is depleting his savings.

His siblings are also aging – an important consideration given that the line of royal succession in the Sulu sultanate passes from brother to brother like in Saudi Arabia, rather than father to son, as in Britain. The brother commanding the Sabah invasion and now on the run, for instance, is 70-year-old retired woodwork teacher Agbimuddin Kiram.

“A lot of us want to see something happen now before it is too late,” says Celia Kiram, the sultan’s wife. “We’ve made proposals to Malaysia and to Malacanang,” she said, referring to the Philippines’ presidential palace. “But nothing has happened.”

A succession of governments in the Philippines has struggled with the Kiram family’s claim to Sabah. In 1902, American writer George Ade wrote a comic opera called “The Sultan of Sulu” that poked fun at the U.S.’s efforts to govern its new colonial possession after winning the islands from Spain in 1898. The musical revolved around Sultan Jamalul Kiram I’s colorful appetites, including his clumsy attempts to woo the schoolmarms sent by U.S. President William McKinley to help educate the islanders about American ways.

In 1915, Sultan Jamalul Kiram II abdicated his formal powers, and in 1963 Sabah, which the Kiram family had leased to the British North Borneo Company, was formally folded into modern-day Malaysia – enraging the Kiram family for generations to come.

The modern-day Philippine government has occasionally raised the claim to Sabah, too. In 1968, former president Ferdinand Marcos hatched a plan to train Muslim soldiers to invade and annex Sabah, but it was aborted when the recruits rebelled. Dozens were massacred.

Last year, current President Benigno Aquino III appeared to put the dispute to bed by describing the country’s claim to Sabah as dormant. Malaysia, meanwhile, helped broker a breakthrough peace agreement between the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, the largest of the Muslim rebel groups operating in the south of the predominantly Christian Philippines.

Those events raised fears among senior members of the Kiram family that Manila would relinquish the Philippines’ claim to Sabah, and also sideline the clan from a new power structure forming in the chaotic islands of the southern Philippines that would be dominated by the Islamic Front.

But by making an armed invasion of Sabah, some members of the Kiram clan fear Mr. Kiram has blown the family’s chances of getting a settlement, as well as complicating life for some 800,000 Filipinos who live and work in the state, who now fear being viewed by Malaysian security forces as potential collaborators with the intruders.

“This isn’t going to help. It will only harden attitudes,” says Muedzil Lail Tan Kiram, Mr. Kiram’s cousin, who also claims to be the legitimate Sultan of Sulu.