Why MAS keep failing all the time?

When the stupid-doer is appointed to sit on the upper management; we get to see MAS keep failing all the time. Don’t we?

MAS is a national airlines that keep employing the dumbest upper management – the stupid management that create stupid rules and regulations.

Who would make such stupid rules and regulations? Only the stupid idiot will create a stupid dead-end rules and regulations. It’s always about UN-interesting projects or stupid projects with non-flexible working hours and pay less overtime hours. No transparency to some extent in those UN-interesting projects and backstabbing teamwork or shall we say “Stealing Credit Cultures or Credit Theft is widely praised”?

This type of management is called highly unqualified staff, lower maturity in terms of people management; critical visions with struggling products and poor managing skills.

Agreed? Yeah; we couldn’t be more agreeable than disagreeable. However; the question is that why it has to be only those stupid fools get appointed to sit on the upper management?

Where is the intelligent management? Intelligent is as intelligent does but at MAS upper management level – it’s assholers who get the chance screwing up as always!

Leading people effectively requires not just a good head on one’s shoulders but a good heart and a considerate tongue.

Particularly the CEO has to be extremely bright; open and honest with employees than the typical apple polisher who “spins” everything and falsifying all numbers to garner the support and extension for his employment contract from the shareholders and stakeholders.

A company with a lot of smart people will not do stupid rules because reasonable people cultivate good community for growth with lots of career opportunities that compensates with good package and benefits and a hospitable work-life balance.

The relation between employer and employee is build on trust is no longer found in MAS under the leadership of Ahmad Jauhari. Today; its CEO successfully created culture that is unhealthy with the fixed-up strategy on employees to garner support. Whitewashing all workplace misconducts or sweeping it under the carpet as it has always been is not the best way to grow within the company.

Devoid of politics and together striving for the best is not an option for MAS staff entirely. Almost everyone in every divisions are scheming for promotion via CREDIT THEFT. Such negative environment only ends with DEAD-WOOD expanding inside via the unhealthy growing culture.

The logical statement – happy staff will continue to work harder to make the company an even greater success. Where do we think for an unhappy staff will land in such an unhealthy culture?

The management team has zero visions towards the future of MAS and ultimately the staff are not valued and appreciated. Zero compensation being rewarded to those who entitled to it. In fact, those hard working staff are deprived of their dues and salaries increment. They were in fact cheated of their dues under the pretext of restructuring programs and streamlining processes.

Except for the upper management whose salaries grew fatter than previously but its managing strategy keep failing due to politics becoming an option to survive in that “UPPER” position. Henceforward; MAS became the heaviest top management that is likely to collapse at any time with unsustainable structure.

A professional management cannot sustain with a bottomless structure. Is that so clear the visionary by Ahmad Jauhari is driving a bottomless structure with unsustainable future?

The consulting area proves a con-job with growing pains being overstretched within the middle management by the lackadaisical attitude and over-optimistic project estimation.

The ownership of responsibility lies in an invisible party – for example; when a credit is discovered; everyone seized to be the one who did it but when a problem is exposed; everyone pointed their finger around the table living in denial they were in the wrong but calling the other irrelevant party to suck up the failure as their responsibility towards MAS.

This is all done in the faith of KPI – Key Performance Indicators.

Effective airline planning relies on its CEO ability to balance the industrious harmony with employee satisfaction; customer satisfaction and the complex constraints in every aspect of business. Increase employee and customer satisfaction by disengaging the internal politics is the way out for a trouble airline.

Whilst the internal problem in MAS is not being tackled at professional level; MAS CEO is playing fire with fire influencing the Minister of Human Resource to push for the national union for cabin crew with ulterior motive for his team to enable a restructuring of the current terms and conditions to the bottom or parallel of a low-cost airline.

This plan by Ahmad Jauhari is highly recommended by his selected consultants. Employing a cheaper labour to replace the well-renowned MAS cabin crew’s hospitality is to divert all MAS loyal passengers to AirAsia; thus gradually diminishing MAS as the preferred airlines.

MAS staff and middle management must understand the underlying strategy is to outsource all of MAS staff including the middle managerial staff in phases.

Dolefully; a new company has been formed by Ahmad Jauhari to lease its new staff for MAS in due time once the national union took its precedence to represent its members.

Be warned people and be observant to your own cause. Nowadays; money can buy a talking union for the sake of vendor-ship and dark future.

Stay tuned to our next episode!


AirAsia sucks with SHEMALE Crew and downstraight Zero Compassion Policy!

AirAsia has SHEMALE Cabin Crew!

Sir Richard Branson; the owner of Virgin Group had become the first SHEMALE Cabin Crew for AirAsia X. He has cross-dressed from a Gentleman to an ugly Shemale Cabin Crew in AirAsia’s red uniform and with heavy make-up. We presumed he has pathological implication of gender and became the first shemale Cabin Crew ever found on this planet.

AA42Oh Gosh! Look at him..he’s neither male nor female. Richard – you are very offensive to the sense of beauty  in this red uniform and heavy make-up!

Richard Branson had operated AirAsia X’s Perth flight to Kuala Lumpur and had served AirAsiaX’s passengers including the fatty CEO (budget) – Tony Fernandez. On that same flight; Richard Branson were weathered in because of the jet streams but he took the opportunity spilling drinks on Tony Fernandez where later Richard was fired before the flight landed into Kuala Lumpur LCCT.



AirAsia sets Downstraight Zero Compassion Policy!

Yesterday AirAsia X – AK1455 from Ho Chi Minh to Kuala Lumpur abandoned two of the passengers citing an infant has chicken pox condition which under AirAsiaX’s policy it is prohibited for the mother and the baby to boarding the airplane.


A regular doctor traveling as passenger announced to AirAsia’s ground staff of the baby’s condition that is safe for traveling had fallen on deaf ears.  AirAsia’s ground staff continued acting as medical personnel and had the mother and her child quarantined; grounded in Ho Chi Minh city for another 5 days. Below is the statement from its CEO – Aireen Omar.

AA45A very unfortunate encounter with AirAsiaX for this family. Twelve (12) members of this family traveled by AirAsiaX to Ho Chi Minh city but only ten (10) members were allowed to board AK1455 returning home to Kuala Lumpur. The mother and her child were abandoned by AirAsia’s ground staff cited the aviation policy prohibited from carrying a passenger with infectious condition.



Is this necessary?



And what Tony Fernandez say about this?

Baby7If really following the book; AirAsia’s plane should have been overhauled every 30 days instead of every 45 days which AirAsia is presently practicing. Heyy..Tony Bastard; stop being so inhumane to your fellow own Malaysians.

Baby8The National Carrier – Malaysia Airlines have extended assistance to the mother and her infant above on a compassionate ground. Now Everyone Knows AirAsia is Brutal!

Stay tuned to Malaysiaairlinesfamilies and we’ll be back for more stories on MAS stupid middle management!

US “Pivot” toward Asia trips in Malaysia

Failure of U.S. to subvert the Elections and Install a “Proxy Regime” reported by the Global Research

May 8, 2013 (LD) – Wall Street and London’s hegemonic ambitions in Asia, centered around installing proxy regimes across Southeast Asia and using the supranational ASEAN bloc to encircle and contain China, suffered a serious blow this week when Western-proxy and Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim’s party lost in Malaysia 13th General Elections.

Malaysia 13th General Election on May 5, 2013 results shown the present ruling coalition won with majority leading Barisan National as the Malaysian new Government for 2013-2018. Najib Razak sworn as Malaysia Prime Minister for second term.

Malaysia_najib-razak2013Image : Despite the US mobilizing the summation of its media power and pouring millions of dollars into the opposition party, including the creation and perpetuation of fake-NGOs such as Bersih and the Merdeka Center, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak sailed to a comfortable victory in this year’s general elections. The cheap veneer has begun peeling away from America’s “democracy promotion” racket, leaving its proxies exposed and frantic, and America’s hegemonic ambitions across Asia in serious question.

While Anwar Ibrahim’s opposition party, Pakatan Rakyat (PR) or “People’s Alliance”, attempted to run on an anti-corruption platform, its campaign instead resembled verbatim attempts by the West to subvert governments politically around the world, including most recently in Venezuela and in Russia in 2012.

Just as in Russia where so-called “independent” election monitor GOLOS turned out to be fully funded by the US State Department through the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), Malaysia’s so-called election monitor, the Merdeka Center for Opinion Research, is likewise funded directly by the US through NED. Despite this, Western media outlets, in pursuit of promoting the Western-backed People’s Alliance, has repeatedly referred to Merdeka as “independent.”

The BBC in its article, “Malaysia election sees record turnout,” lays out the well-rehearsed cries of “stolen elections” used by the West to undermine the legitimacy of polls it fears its proxy candidates may lose – with  the US-funded Merdeka Center cited in attempts to bolster these claims. Their foreign funding and compromised objectivity is never mentioned (emphasis added) :

Allegations of election fraud surfaced before the election. Some of those who voted in advance told BBC News that indelible ink – supposed to last for days – easily washed off.

“The indelible ink can be washed off easily, with just water, in a few seconds,” one voter, Lo, told BBC News from Skudai.

Another voter wrote: “Marked with “indelible ink” and voted at 10:00. Have already cleaned off the ink by 12:00. If I was also registered under a different name and ID number at a neighbouring constituency, I would be able to vote again before 17:00!”

The opposition has also accused the government of funding flights for supporters to key states, which the government denies.

Independent pollster Merdeka Center has received unconfirmed reports of foreign nationals being given IDs and allowed to vote.

However, an election monitoring organization funded by a foreign government which openly seeks to remove the current ruling party from Malaysia in favor of long-time Wall Street servant Anwar Ibrahim is most certainly not “independent.”

The ties between Anwar Ibrahim’s “People’s Alliance” and the US State Department don’t end with the Merdeka Center, but continue into the opposition’s street movement, “Bersih.” Claiming to fight for “clean and fair” elections, Bersih in reality is a vehicle designed to mobilize street protests on behalf of Anwar’s opposition party. Bersih’s alleged leader, Ambiga Sreenevasan, has admitted herself that her organization has received cash directly from the United States via the National Endowment for Democracy’s National Democratic Institute (NDI), and convicted criminal George Soros’ Open Society.

The Malaysian Insider reported on June 27, 2011 that Bersih leader Ambiga Sreenevassan admitted to Bersih receiving some money from two US organisations — the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and Open Society Institute (OSI) — for other projects, which she stressed were unrelated to the July 9 march.

A visit to the NDI website revealed indeed that funding and training had been provided by the US organization – before NDI took down the information and replaced it with a more benign version purged entirely of any mention of Bersih. For funding Ambiga claims is innocuous, the NDI’s rushed obfuscation of any ties to her organization suggests something far more sinister at play.

NDIbersihFundingPhoto: NDI’s website before taking down any mention to Malaysia’s Bersih movement.

The mastermind behind NDI, the convicted criminal George Soros has planned for 30 years to invade Asia Pacific with his “DEMOCRACY” strategy. The move is to contain China in Asia Pacific using the homosexual leader Anwar Ibrahim – another ex-convict led his campaign in Malaysia under the DEMOCRACY pursuits following a closer monitoring on Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Afghanistan, China, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Burma, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Nepal and Pakistan. To change Malaysian longest ruling coalition is to bring in George Soros and his proxies – this is further escalated by the principle of Malaysian government over the imports from Israel. 

Wake up Malaysians – read and remember this attempted invasion by George Soros!


The substantial, yet carefully obfuscated support the West has lent Anwar should be of no surprise to those familiar with Anwar’shistory. That Anwar Ibrahim himself was Chairman of the Development Committee of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 1998, held lecturing positions at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, was a consultant to the World Bank, and a panelist at the Neo-Con lined National Endowment for Democracy’s “Democracy Award” and a panelist at a NED donation ceremony – the very same US organization funding and supporting Bersih and so-called “independent” election monitor Merdeka – paints a picture of an opposition running for office in Malaysia, not for the Malaysian people, but clearly for the corporate financier interests of Wall Street and London.

AnwarNEDPhoto: Taken from the US National Endowment for Democracy’s 2007 Democracy Award event held in Washington D.C., Anwar Ibrahim can be seen to the far left and participated as a “panelist.” It is no surprise that NED is now subsidizing his bid to worm his way back into power in Malaysia.

In reality, Bersih’s leadership along with Anwar and their host of foreign sponsors are attempting to galvanize the very real grievances of the Malaysian people and exploit them to propel themselves into power. While many may be tempted to suggest that “clean and fair elections” truly are Bersih and Anwar’s goal, and that US funding via NED’s NDI and convicted criminal, billionaire bankster George Soros’ Open Society are entirely innocuous, a thorough examination of these organizations, how they operate, and their admitted agenda reveals the proverbial cliff Anwar and Bersih are leading their followers and the nation of Malaysia over.

As Bersih predictably mobilizes in the streets on behalf of Anwar’s opposition party in the wake of their collective failure during Malaysia’s 2013 general elections, it is important for Malaysians to understand the true nature of the Western organizations funding their attempts to politically undermine the ruling party and divide Malaysians against each other, and exactly why this is being done in the greater context of US hegemony in Asia.

Anwar & Bersih’s US State Department Backers

The US State Department’s NED and NDI are most certainly not benevolent promoters of democracy and freedom. Does Boeing, Goldman Sachs, Exxon, the SOPA, ACTA, CISPA-sponsoring US Chamber of Commerce, and America’s warmongering Neo-Con establishment care about promoting democracy in Malaysia? Or in expanding their corporate-financier interests in Asia under the guise of promoting democracy? Clearly the latter.

The NDI, which Bersih leader Ambiga Sreenevasan herself admits funds her organization, is likewise chaired by an unsavory collection of corporate interests.

The average Malaysian, disenfranchised with the ruling government as they may be, cannot possibly believe these people are funding and propping up clearly disingenuous NGOs in direct support of a compromised Anwar Ibrahim, for the best interests of Malaysia.The end game for the US with an Anwar Ibrahim/People’s Alliance-led government, is a Malaysia that capitulates to both US free trade schemes and US foreign policy. In Malaysia’s case, this will leave the extensive economic independence achieved since escaping out from under British rule, gutted, while the nation’s resources are steered away from domestic development and toward a proxy confrontation with China, just as is already being done in Korea, Japan, and the Philippines.

A quick look at NED’s board of directors reveals a milieu of corporate-fascists and warmongers:

  1. William Galston – Brookings Institution.
  2. Moises Naim – Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
  3. Robert Miller – corporate lawyer.
  4. Larry Liebenow – US Chamber of Commerce (a chief proponent of SOPA, ACTA, and CISPA), Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE).
  5. Anne-Marie Slaughter – US State Department, Council on Foreign Relations (corporate members here), director of Citigroup, McDonald’s Corporation, and Political Strategies Advisory Group.
  6. Richard Gephardt – US Representative, Boeing lobbyist, Goldman Sachs, Visa, Ameren Corp, and Waste Management Inc lobbyist, corporate consultant, consultant & now director of Ford Motor Company, supporter of the military invasion and occupation of Iraq in 2003.
  7. Marilyn Carlson Nelson – CEO of Carlson, director of Exxon Mobil.
  8. Stephen Sestanovich – US State Department, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, CFR.
  9. Judy Shelton – director of Hilton Hotels Corporation & Atlantic Coast Airlines.
  10. Francis Fukuyama – Neo-Con, pro-war, pro-hegmonic PNAC signatory
  11. Zalmay Khalilzad – Neo-Con, pro-war, pro-hegmonic PNAC signatory
  12. Will Marshall – Neo-Con, pro-war, pro-hegmonic PNAC signatory
  13. Vin Weber – Neo-Con, pro-war, pro-hegmonic PNAC signatory

Before all of the names above are erased; here’s the evidence of proof;

NED2 NED3Does Boeing, Goldman Sachs, Exxon, the SOPA, ACTA, CISPA-sponsoring US Chamber of Commerce, and America’s warmongering Neo-Con establishment care about promoting democracy in Malaysia? Or in expanding their corporate-financier interests in Asia under the guise of promoting democracy? Clearly the latter.

The NDI, which Bersih leader Ambiga Sreenevasan herself admits funds her organization, is likewise chaired by an unsavory collection of corporate fascist interests.

Some select members include:

Robin Carnahan: Formally of the Export-Import Bank of the United States where she “explored innovative ways to help American companies increase their sale of goods and services abroad.” The NDI’s meddling in foreign nations, particularly in elections on behalf of pro-West candidates favoring free-trade, and Carnahan’s previous ties to a bank that sought to expand corporate interests overseas constitutes an alarming conflict of interests.

Richard Blum: An investment banker with Blum Capital, CB Richard Ellis. Engaged in war profiteering along side the Neo-Con infested Carlyle Group, when both acquired shares in EG&G which was then awarded a $600 million military contract during the opening phases of the Iraq invasion.

Bernard W. Aronson:  Founder of ACON Investments. Prior to that, he was an adviser to Goldman Sachs, and serves on the boards of directors of Fifth & Pacific Companies, Royal Caribbean International, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, and Chroma Oil & Gas, Northern Tier Energy. Aronson is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) which in turn represents the collective interests of some of the largest corporations on Earth.

Sam Gejdenson: NDI’s profile claims Gejdenson is “in charge of”  Sam Gejdenson International, which proclaims on its website “Commerce Without Borders,” or in other words, big-business monopolies via free-trade. In his autobiographical profile, he claims to have promoted US exports as a Democrat on the House International Relations Committee. Here is yet another case of conflicting interests between NDI’s meddling in foreign politics and board members previously involved in “promoting US exports.”

Nancy H. Rubin: CFR member.

Vali Nasr: CFR member and a senior fellow at the big-oil, big-banker Belfer Center at Harvard.

Rich Verma: A partner in the Washington office of Steptoe & Johnson LLP – an international corporate and governmental legal firm representing for Verma, a multitude of conflicting interests and potential improprieties. Setptoe & Johnson is active in many of the nations the NDI is operating in, opening the door for manipulation on both sides to favor the other.

Lynda Thomas: A private investor, formally a senior manager/CPA at Deloitte Haskins & Sells in New York, and Coopers & Lybrand Deloitte in London. Among her clients were international banks.

Maurice Tempelsman: Chairman of the board of directors of Lazare Kaplan International Inc., the largest cutter and polisher of “ideal cut” diamonds in the United States. Also senior partner at Leon Tempelsman & Son, involved in mining, investments and business development and minerals trading in Europe, Russia, Africa, Latin America, Canada and Asia. Yet another immense potential for conflicting interests, where Tempelsman stands to directly gain financially and politically by manipulating foreign governments via the NDI.

Elaine K. Shocas: President of Madeleine Albright, Inc., a private investment firm. She was chief of staff to the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Mission to the United Nations during Madeleine Albright’s tenure as Secretary of State and Ambassador to the United Nation, illustrating a particularly dizzying “revolving door” between big-government and big-business.

Madeleine K. Albright: Chair of Albright Stonebridge Group and Chair of Albright Capital Management LLC, an investment advisory firm – directly affiliated with fellow NDI board member Elaine Shocas, representing an incestuous business/government relationship with overt conflicts of interest. Albright infamously stated that sanctions against Iraq which directly led to the starvation and death of half a million children “was worth it.”

The average Malaysian, disenfranchised with the ruling government as they may be, cannot possibly believe these people are funding and propping up clearly disingenuous NGOs in direct support of a compromised Anwar Ibrahim, for the best interests of Malaysia.

The end game for the US with an Anwar Ibrahim/People’s Alliance-led government, is a Malaysia that capitulates to both US free trade schemes and US foreign policy. In Malaysia’s case, this will leave the extensive economic independence achieved since escaping out from under British rule, gutted, while the nation’s resources are steered away from domestic development and toward a proxy confrontation with China, just as is already being done in Korea, Japan, and the Philippines.

Stitching ASEAN Together with Proxy Regimes to Fight China

gullivers-travelsImage: Lemuel Gulliver on the island of Lilliput, having been overtaken while asleep by ropes and stakes by the diminutive but numerous Lilliputians. Western corporate-financier interests envision organizing Southeast Asia into a supranational bloc, ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), to use the smaller nations as a combined front to “tie down” China in a similar manner. Unlike in the story “Gulliver’s Travels,” China may well break free of its binds and stomp the Lilliputian leaders flat for their belligerence.

That the US goal is to use Malaysia and other Southeast Asian nations against China is not merely speculation. It is the foundation of a long-documented conspiracy dating back as far as 1997, and reaffirmed by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as recently as 2011.

The present world order serves the needs of the United States and its allies, which constructed it – Robert Kagan, 1997

In 1997,  Fortune 500-funded Brookings Institution policy scribe Robert Kagan penned, “What China Knows That We Don’t: The Case for a New Strategy of Containment,” which spells out the policy Wall Street and London were already in the process of implementing even then, albeit in a somewhat more nebulous manner. In his essay, Kagan literally states (emphasis added):

The present world order serves the needs of the United States and its allies, which constructed it. And it is poorly suited to the needs of a Chinese dictatorship trying to maintain power at home and increase its clout abroad. Chinese leaders chafe at the constraints on them and worry that they must change the rules of the international system before the international system changes them.

Here, Kagan openly admits that the “world order,” or the “international order,” is simply American-run global hegemony, dictated by US interests. These interests, it should be kept in mind, are not those of the American people, but of the immense corporate-financier interests of the Anglo-American establishment. Kagan continues (emphasis added):

In truth, the debate over whether we should or should not contain China is a bit silly. We are already containing China — not always consciously and not entirely successfully, but enough to annoy Chinese leaders and be an obstacle to their ambitions. When the Chinese used military maneuvers and ballistic-missile tests last March to intimidate Taiwanese voters, the United States responded by sending the Seventh Fleet. By this show of force, the U.S. demonstrated to Taiwan, Japan, and the rest of our Asian allies that our role as their defender in the region had not diminished as much as they might have feared. Thus, in response to a single Chinese exercise of muscle, the links of containment became visible and were tightened.

The new China hands insist that the United States needs to explain to the Chinese that its goal is merely, as [Robert] Zoellick writes, to avoid “the domination of East Asia by any power or group of powers hostile to the United States.” Our treaties with Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, Thailand, and Australia, and our naval and military forces in the region, aim only at regional stability, not aggressive encirclement.

But the Chinese understand U.S. interests perfectly well, perhaps better than we do. While they welcome the U.S. presence as a check on Japan, the nation they fear most, they can see clearly that America’s military and diplomatic efforts in the region severely limit their own ability to become the region’s hegemon. According to Thomas J. Christensen, who spent several months interviewing Chinese military and civilian government analysts, Chinese leaders worry that they will “play Gulliver to Southeast Asia’s Lilliputians, with the United States supplying the rope and stakes.”

Indeed, the United States blocks Chinese ambitions merely by supporting what we like to call “international norms” of behavior. Christensen points out that Chinese strategic thinkers consider “complaints about China’s violations of international norms” to be part of “an integrated Western strategy, led by Washington, to prevent China from becoming a great power.

What Kagan is talking about is maintaining American preeminence across all of Asia and producing a strategy of tension to divide and limit the power of any single player vis-a-vis Wall Street and London’s hegemony. Kagan would continue (emphasis added):
The changes in the external and internal behavior of the Soviet Union in the late 1980s resulted at least in part from an American strategy that might be called “integration through containment and pressure for change.”

Such a strategy needs to be applied to China today. As long as China maintains its present form of government, it cannot be peacefully integrated into the international order. For China’s current leaders, it is too risky to play by our rules — yet our unwillingness to force them to play by our rules is too risky for the health of the international order. The United States cannot and should not be willing to upset the international order in the mistaken belief that accommodation is the best way to avoid a confrontation with China.

We should hold the line instead and work for political change in Beijing. That means strengthening our military capabilities in the region, improving our security ties with friends and allies, and making clear that we will respond, with force if necessary, when China uses military intimidation or aggression to achieve its regional ambitions. It also means not trading with the Chinese military or doing business with firms the military owns or operates. And it means imposing stiff sanctions when we catch China engaging in nuclear proliferation.

A successful containment strategy will require increasing, not decreasing, our overall defense capabilities. Eyre Crowe warned in 1907 that “the more we talk of the necessity of economising on our armaments, the more firmly will the Germans believe that we are tiring of the struggle, and that they will win by going on.” Today, the perception of our military decline is already shaping Chinese calculations. In 1992, an internal Chinese government document said that America’s “strength is in relative decline and that there are limits to what it can do.” This perception needs to be dispelled as quickly as possible.

Kagan’s talk of “responding” to China’s expansion is clearly manifested today in a series of proxy conflicts growing between US-backed Japan, and the US-backed Philippines, and to a lesser extent between North and South Korea, and even beginning to show in Myanmar. The governments of these nations have capitulated to US interests and their eagerness to play the role of America’s proxies in the region, even at their own cost, is not a surprise. To expand this, however, the US fully plans on integrating Southeast Asia, installing proxy regimes, and likewise turning their resources and people against China.

In 2011, then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton unveiled the capstone to Kagan’s 1997 conspiracy. She published in Foreign Policy magazine, a piece titled, “America’s Pacific Century” where she explicitly states:

In the next 10 years, we need to be smart and systematic about where we invest time and energy, so that we put ourselves in the best position to sustain our leadership, secure our interests, and advance our values. One of the most important tasks of American statecraft over the next decade will therefore be to lock in a substantially increased investment — diplomatic, economic, strategic, and otherwise — in the Asia-Pacific region.

To “sustain our leadership,” “secure our interests,” and “advance our values,” are clearly hegemonic statements, and indicates that the US’ goal for “substantially increased investment,” including buying off NGOs and opposition parties in Malaysia, seeks to directly serve US leadership, interests, and “values,”  not within US borders, but outside them, and specifically across all of Asia.

Clinton continues:

At a time when the region is building a more mature security and economic architecture to promote stability and prosperity, U.S. commitment there is essential. It will help build that architecture and pay dividends for continued American leadership well into this century, just as our post-World War II commitment to building a comprehensive and lasting transatlantic network of institutions and relationships has paid off many times over — and continues to do so.

The “architecture” referred to is the supranational ASEAN bloc – and again Clinton confirms that the US’ commitment to this process is designed not to lift up Asia, but to maintain its own hegemony across the region, and around the world.

Clinton then openly admits that the US seeks to exploit Asia’s economic growth:

Harnessing Asia’s growth and dynamism is central to American economic and strategic interests and a key priority for President Obama. Open markets in Asia provide the United States with unprecedented opportunities for investment, trade, and access to cutting-edge technology. Our economic recovery at home will depend on exports and the ability of American firms to tap into the vast and growing consumer base of Asia.

Of course, the purpose of an economy is to meet the needs of those who live within it. The Asian economy therefore ought to serve the needs and interests of Asians – not a hegemonic empire on the other side of the Pacific. Clinton’s piece could easily double as a declaration by England’s King George and his intentions toward emptying out the New World.

And no empire is complete without establishing a permanent military garrison on newly claimed territory. Clinton explains (emphasis added):

With this in mind, our work will proceed along six key lines of action: strengthening bilateral security alliances; deepening our working relationships with emerging powers, including with China; engaging with regional multilateral institutions; expanding trade and investment; forging a broad-based military presence; and advancing democracy and human rights.

And of course, by “advancing democracy and human rights,” Clinton means the continuation of funding faux-NGOs that disingenuously leverage human rights and democracy promotion to politically undermine targeted governments in pursuit of installing more obedient proxy regimes.

The piece is lengthy, and while a lot of readers may be tempted to gloss over some of the uglier, overtly imperial aspects of Clinton’s statement, the proof of America’s true intentions in Asia can be seen clearly manifested today, with the intentional encouragement of provocations between North and South Korea, an expanding confrontation between China and US proxies, Japan and the Philippines, and with mobs taking to the streets in Malaysia in hopes of overturning an election US-proxy Anwar Ibrahim had no chance of winning.

Clean & Fair Elections?

While the battle cry for Anwar Ibrahim, his People’s Alliance, and Bersih have been “clean and fair elections,” in reality, allegations of fraud began long before the elections even started. This was not because Anwar’s opposition party had evidence of such fraud – instead, this was to implant the idea into people’s minds long before the elections, deeply enough to justify claims of stolen elections no matter how the polls eventually turned out.

At one point during the elections, before ballots were even counted, Anwar Ibrahim declared victory – a move that analysts across the region noted was provocative, dangerous, and incredibly irresponsible. Again, there could not have been any evidence that Anwar won, because ballots had not yet been counted. It was again a move meant to manipulate the public and set the stage for contesting Anwar’s inevitable loss – in the streets with mobs and chaos in typical Western-backed color revolution style.

One must seriously ask themselves, considering Anwar’s foreign backers, those backers’ own stated intentions for Asia, and Anwar’s irresponsible, baseless claims before, during, and after the elections – what is “clean and fair” about any of this?

Anwar Ibrahim is a fraud, an overt proxy of foreign interests. His satellite NGOs, including the insidious Bersih movement openly funded by foreign corporate-financier interests, and the equally insidious polling NGO Merdeka who portrays itself as “independent” despite being funded directly by a foreign government, are likewise frauds – drawing in well-intentioned people through slick marketing, just as cigarette companies do.

And like cigarette companies who sell what is for millions essentially a slow, painful, humiliating death sentence that will leave one broken financially and spiritually before ultimately outright killing them, Anwar’s US-backed opposition is also selling Malaysia a slow, painful, humiliating death. Unfortunately, also like cigarettes, well-intentioned but impressionable people have not gathered all of the facts, and have instead have based their support on only the marketing, gimmicks, slogans, and tricks of a well-oiled, manipulative political machine.

For that folly, Malaysia may pay a heavy price one day – but for Anwar and his opposition party today, they have lost the elections, and the cheap veneer of America’s “democracy promotion” racket is quickly peeling away. For now, America has tripped in mid-pivot toward its hegemonic agenda in Asia, with Malaysia’s ruling government providing a model for other nations in the region to follow, should they be interested in sovereignty and independent progress – no matter how flawed or slow it may be.

Malaysia may not enjoying these prices (below) if George Soros and US won its mastery game conquering through Anwar Ibrahim and BERSIH campaign. It’s time to restore the peace in Malaysia. Those Malaysians who are still sleeping please adopt reality check!  Lesson to learn – George Soros thinks every Malaysians can be bought like Anwar Ibrahim and Ambiga; most Malaysians are stupid like the PKR supporters. 🙂


AirAsia runs Malaysia Airlines with defective management skills – Episode 1

This week we would unveil the rooted foundation of the failing management in Malaysia Airlines.

We would begin unveiling the wicked structural planning by Ahmad Jauhari; episode-by-episode containing the factors corrupting Malaysia Airlines for Tony Fernandez.

This first episode distress one of the leads we believe is Hayati Dato Ali.


A double degree holder graduated with BSc in Finance and a BA in Economics from California State University before proceeding with an MBA from the same university. She started her career in Malaysia Airlines as Market Planning Analyst in Corporate Planning Division in 1986 after a brief stint at a local bank.

Correction : Her father; was Dato’ Ali Ahmad; the late Minister of Agriculture that perished on that ill-fated hijacked plane in Tanjung Kupang, Johor, Malaysia on December 4th; 1977. (Thank you to our readers for correction)

Do we remember Danny Rashdan? The former MAS deputy CEO who was asked to resign after he illegally upgraded his nanny to MAS first class cabin; has a cousin-sister i.e. Hayati Dato’ Ali; still working for Malaysia Airlines.

Miss Hayati Dato Ali has been a circulated object serving as Executive Vice President for MAS In-flight Service since September 2006 and was removed from In-flight Service to Airport Operation in 2011 where she previously had served before as Assistant General Manager of Airport Operation for MAS.

Our reliable sources affirmed after Danny Rashdan tendered his resignation; Hayati Dato Ali pursued her appeal to Ahmad Jauhari to get transferred back to MAS In-flight Service where she could carry on what’s left designed by Danny Rashdan; which is to reduce manpower in Cabin Crew by means of forcing the senior staff to voluntarily resign under extreme pressure.

During her short stint with MAS Airport Operation; she had introduced ‘OUTSOURCING’ as way out supposedly for cost efficiency but ended with double costing for Malaysia Airlines. She had caused MAS Airport Operation incurred higher cost with inconsistency services where massive delays in delivery were the end of her career with MAS Airport Operation.

Knowing Hayati Dato Ali has defective leadership skills; Ahmad Jauhari the clueless MAS CEO went ahead approving her running MAS In-flight Service division only with “this time” she is mission-ed to depress and contaminate the entire MAS division.

MAS in-flight services have been the main attraction for frequent travelers of Malaysia Airlines. By contaminating the main services; it would destroy the entire company where-thence a prescribed alternative will be to OUTSOURCE the entire In-flight division gradually which is already in process with one of the vendors designing MAS Cabin Crew’s roster is India-based company owned by Tony Fernandez.

Miss Hayati Dato Ali is famously known for her intoxicating conversation – an orthodox idiotic streak. She has the quality of being down straight idiotic, very intellectually challenged chosen as the representative of the middle management for Malaysia Airlines by Ahmad Jauhari – The Greatest Con-artist.

Her recent decision for reviewing all contracts with MAS long-term suppliers has cause an internal upheaval boycotting in beverages supply for both MAS First and Business Classes. It looks like this could be the latest inclination from Miss Hayati Dato Ali that is to sabotaging MAS loyalty program via the shortchange for the In-flight service that MAS is well renowned for.

Either Miss Hayati is planning to sabotage Malaysia Airlines or she is down straight intellectually challenged.

Our readers have informed Malaysiaairlinesfamilies that MAS loyal travelers were amazed when being served with those beverages ordered for Economy class. We are informed there were no supply of higher grade wines for first and business class travelers routing to Australia and Europe. If this is true; we ask for MAS TOP MANAGEMENT to end this immediately before all loyal travelers cease their memberships with Enrich Loyalty Program.

Hmm..is this what Malaysia Airlines made of with such a quality management for an Executive Vice President? Or could this be one of the destructive plans driving away MAS loyal travelers?

The Oneworld strategic planning for its alliance is QUALITY TRAVELING EXPERIENCE and there you go Malaysia Airlines with the dumbness running to reducing the quality in-flight service for it; we doubt the alliance with Oneworld would be of LONG-TERM planned.

From our gathering sources, Hayati Dato Ali has two daughters whom she intends to recruit into Malaysia Airlines to carry on her legacy contaminating the entire division.

We hope Malaysia Airlines will be stringent in screening cronyism and nepotism from being carried on to the next MAS generation.

We appeal to our readers to come forward with more internal true stories exposing the intellectually challenging middle management of Malaysia Airlines.

On our next episode we would expose Miss Hayati Dato Ali’s cronies from the opposition party and their failure in coordinating MAS In-flight Service division. Get ready to unveil more of Hayati’s impaired coordination / sabotage inside Malaysia Airlines.

Stay tuned to Malaysiaairlinesfamilies for best insight true stories!

SAVES Malaysia from foreign power – BABI is dangerous for Malaysia

Saving Malaysia has been this month’s campaign by the Malaysian bloggers exposing the dark side of Anwar Ibrahim a.k.a. BABI – Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim who desperately wanted to become the next Prime Minister of Malaysia. This BABI would do anything above the laws even inciting hatred, war and racism among the complex Malaysians’ multicultural ethnics.

Some say when a person is so desperate to win no matter by what means, will naturally become bias in his thinking and would unwittingly possess clouded judgment where his notoriety then draws huge publicity. You know what we mean!

The future of all Malaysians now is a lot at stake presumably be falling into the hands of IMF – International Monetary Fund which BABI had tried bringing into Malaysia since 1998. The history of Malaysia’s worst recession started back in 1998 where a JEW business man also a closet politician known as George Soros was trying to gain entry into Malaysia economy via stock speculations. George Soros at that time had sought the collaboration with BABI to contain Malaysia from progressing freely in the world of strong economy.

Today, the vicious cycle is now repeated by BABI once again. The truth behind George Soros attempted invasion into Malaysia strong economy is the attraction on the recession-proof program that Najib Tun Razak has been endorsing after decades long of well-researched by his economists team. (ooops..should we stop telling the truth?)

Malaysia today may have found the recession-proof strategy that could ostensibly indicated by the state of its current unemployment rate which still falling below 3.5%. The success of Najib Tun Razak’s administration is to contain the wildest unemployment rates allowing the citizens of Malaysia to be productive despite the current recession in domino stages worldwide.

Looking at this chart below which indicated the ongoing recession worldwide particularly hitting hard at the United States with almost parallel to the European current unemployment rate; states the truth of Malaysia’s strong economy as compared to the west.



Certainly, many would have said that the west is a larger state than Malaysia. However, the truth is Malaysia has the strongest economy strength than the west which attracted George Soros to invest in Malaysia. Still, the Malaysian government never forget the incident of speculating the KL stock exchange in 1998 that almost led Malaysia into declaring bankruptcy.

A lot of us do not understand how important it is to sustain a strong economy during the recession period – here we could share a little information of what we believe is the best government so far in Asia. The Malaysia government has formulated the best strategy to curb unemployment rate from rising higher despite the hit of recession where massive jobs were created and low cost housing is on the pipeline to improve the local lifestyle. In this reference, we say Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak has done well to save Malaysia from falling into the hands of the foreign power.

Today in Japan, it recorded a higher unemployment rate of 4.3% than analyzed which is still controllable as compared to the West.


Here in this chart below would indicated evidently that the WEST is infected with higher unemployment rate so far so true that THE WEST is interested to learn from the Malaysian government by introducing IMF – International Monetary Fund. The trick is IMF may not be the best solution for Malaysian government given the exemplary set by neighboring ASEAN countries where it contributes higher inflation to the affected country.


26Most economists now believe that low; stable and most importantly predictable inflation is good for an economy. If inflation is low and predictable; it is easier to capture it in price adjustment contracts and interest rates reducing its distortionary impact. Moreover; knowing that prices will be slightly higher in the future gives the consumer an incentive to make purchases sooner, which boosts economy activity. Many central bankers have made their primary policy objective maintaining low and stable inflation; a policy called “Inflation targeting”.

What creates inflation?

Long-lasting episodes of high inflation are often the result of lax monetary policy. If the money supply grows too big relative to the size of an economy; the unit value of the currency diminishes; in other words; its purchasing power falls and prices rise.

When banks lower interest rates or a government raises spending; it can temporarily boost overall demand and economic growth. In such cases, it may be unwise to have adopted International Monetary Policy where IMF have recruited 45 governments that discussed framework for post-World War II international economic cooperation back in those early days. Those participating countries were concerned with the rebuilding of Europe and the global economic system after the war suggested on the role of IMF as a global economic institution.

In reality, it was imagined by the British economist that the IMF would be a cooperative fund upon which member states could draw to maintaining economic activity and employment through periodic crises with his view suggested an IMF that helped governments also act as the US government in response to World War II.

The truth? Viewing the statistic of the unemployment rate on Malaysia; does it need IMF?

During the Great Depression, countries sharply raised barriers to foreign trade in an attempt to improve their failing economies which led to the devaluation of national currencies and a decline in world trade.

The rationale – Is Malaysian’s current national currencies has been devalued? Is Malaysia suffering from failing economies? Under IMF – which countries are suffering from higher unemployment rate and its national currencies become weaker?

Time for IMF to reform its policy by not recruiting more member states with its failing policies.

The Malaysian government under Najib Tun Razak found the right balance boosting growth without overstimulating its economy and causing inflation.

However, will the Malaysians wiser enough to know of this?

Ten reasons for opposing IMF – What is the IMF?

The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank were created in 1944 at a conference in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, and are now based in Washington, DC. The IMF was originally designed to promote international economic cooperation and provide its member countries with short term loans so they could trade with other countries (achieve balance of payments). Since the debt crisis of the 1980’s, the IMF has assumed the role of bailing out countries during financial crises (caused in large part by currency speculation in the global casino economy) with emergency loan packages tied to certain conditions, often referred to as structural adjustment policies (SAPs). The IMF now acts like a global loan shark, exerting enormous leverage over the economies of more than 60 countries. These countries have to follow the IMF’s policies to get loans, international assistance, and even debt relief. Thus, the IMF decides how much debtor countries can spend on education, health care, and environmental protection. The IMF is one of the most powerful institutions on Earth — yet few know how it works.

  1. The IMF has created an immoral system of modern day colonialism that SAPs the poor  — along with the WTO and the World Bank — has put the global economy on a path of greater inequality and environmental destruction. The IMF’s and World Bank’s structural adjustment policies (SAPs) ensure debt repayment by requiring countries to cut spending on education and health; eliminate basic food and transportation subsidies; devalue national currencies to make exports cheaper; privatize national assets; and freeze wages. Such belt-tightening measures increase poverty, reduce countries’ ability to develop strong domestic economies and allow multinational corporations to exploit workers and the environment A recent IMF loan package for Argentina, for example, is tied to cuts in doctors’ and teachers’ salaries and decreases in social security payments.. The IMF has made elites from the Global South more accountable to First World elites than their own people, thus undermining the democratic process.

  2. The IMF serves wealthy countries and Wall Street – Unlike a democratic system in which each member country would have an equal vote, rich countries dominate decision-making in the IMF because voting power is determined by the amount of money that each country pays into the IMF’s quota system. It’s a system of one dollar, one vote. The U.S. is the largest shareholder with a quota of 18 percent. Germany, Japan, France, Great Britain, and the US combined control about 38 percent. The disproportionate amount of power held by wealthy countries means that the interests of bankers, investors and corporations from industrialized countries are put above the needs of the world’s poor majority.

  3. The IMF is imposing a fundamentally flawed development model – Unlike the path historically followed by the industrialized countries, the IMF forces countries from the Global South to prioritize export production over the development of diversified domestic economies. Nearly 80 percent of all malnourished children in the developing world live in countries where farmers have been forced to shift from food production for local consumption to the production of export crops destined for wealthy countries. The IMF also requires countries to eliminate assistance to domestic industries while providing benefits for multinational corporations — such as forcibly lowering labor costs. Small businesses and farmers can’t compete. Sweatshop workers in free trade zones set up by the IMF and World Bank earn starvation wages, live in deplorable conditions, and are unable to provide for their families. The cycle of poverty is perpetuated, not eliminated, as governments’ debt to the IMF grows.

  4. The IMF is a secretive institution with no accountability – The IMF is funded with taxpayer money, yet it operates behind a veil of secrecy. Members of affected communities do not participate in designing loan packages. The IMF works with a select group of central bankers and finance ministers to make polices without input from other government agencies such as health, education and environment departments. The institution has resisted calls for public scrutiny and independent evaluation.

  5. IMF policies promote corporate welfare – To increase exports, countries are encouraged to give tax breaks and subsidies to export industries. Public assets such as forestland and government utilities (phone, water and electricity companies) are sold off to foreign investors at rock bottom prices. In Guyana, an Asian owned timber company called Barama received a logging concession that was 1.5 times the total amount of land all the indigenous communities were granted. Barama also received a five-year tax holiday. The IMF forced Haiti to open its market to imported, highly subsidized US rice at the same time it prohibited Haiti from subsidizing its own farmers. A US corporation called Early Rice now sells nearly 50 percent of the rice consumed in Haiti.

  6. The IMF hurts workers – The IMF and World Bank frequently advise countries to attract foreign investors by weakening their labor laws — eliminating collective bargaining laws and suppressing wages, for example. The IMF’s mantra of “labor flexibility” permits corporations to fire at whim and move where wages are cheapest. According to the 1995 UN Trade and Development Report, employers are using this extra “flexibility” in labor laws to shed workers rather than create jobs. In Haiti, the government was told to eliminate a statute in their labor code that mandated increases in the minimum wage when inflation exceeded 10 percent. By the end of 1997, Haiti’s minimum wage was only $2.40 a day. Workers in the U.S. are also hurt by IMF policies because they have to compete with cheap, exploited labor. The IMF’s mismanagement of the Asian financial crisis plunged South Korea, Indonesia, Thailand and other countries into deep depression that created 200 million “newly poor.” The IMF advised countries to “export their way out of the crisis.” Consequently, more than US 12,000 steelworkers were laid off when Asian steel was dumped in the US.

  7. The IMF’s policies hurt women the most – SAPs make it much more difficult for women to meet their families’ basic needs. When education costs rise due to IMF-imposed fees for the use of public services (so-called “user fees”) girls are the first to be withdrawn from schools. User fees at public clinics and hospitals make healthcare unaffordable to those who need it most. The shift to export agriculture also makes it harder for women to feed their families. Women have become more exploited as government workplace regulations are rolled back and sweatshops abuses increase.

  8. IMF Policies hurt the environment – IMF loans and bailout packages are paving the way for natural resource exploitation on a staggering scale. The IMF does not consider the environmental impacts of lending policies, and environmental ministries and groups are not included in policy making. The focus on export growth to earn hard currency to pay back loans has led to an unsustainable liquidation of natural resources. For example, the Ivory Coast’s increased reliance on cocoa exports has led to a loss of two-thirds of the country’s forests.

  9. The IMF bails out rich bankers, creating a moral hazard and greater instability in the global economy – The IMF routinely pushes countries to deregulate financial systems. The removal of regulations that might limit speculation has greatly increased capital investment in developing country financial markets. More than $1.5 trillion crosses borders every day. Most of this capital is invested short-term, putting countries at the whim of financial speculators. The Mexican 1995 peso crisis was partly a result of these IMF policies. When the bubble popped, the IMF and US government stepped in to prop up interest and exchange rates, using taxpayer money to bail out Wall Street bankers. Such bailouts encourage investors to continue making risky, speculative bets, thereby increasing the instability of national economies. During the bailout of Asian countries, the IMF required governments to assume the bad debts of private banks, thus making the public pay the costs and draining yet more resources away from social programs.

  10. IMF bailouts deepen, rather then solve, economic crisis – During financial crises — such as with Mexico in 1995 and South Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Brazil, and Russia in 1997 — the IMF stepped in as the lender of last resort. Yet the IMF bailouts in the Asian financial crisis did not stop the financial panic — rather, the crisis deepened and spread to more countries. The policies imposed as conditions of these loans were bad medicine, causing layoffs in the short run and undermining development in the long run. In South Korea, the IMF sparked a recession by raising interest rates, which led to more bankruptcies and unemployment. Under the IMF imposed economic reforms after the peso bailout in 1995, the number of Mexicans living in extreme poverty increased more than 50 percent and the national average minimum wage fell 20 percent.

This article below reveals the immoral behaviorism by Anwar Ibrahim posted by this superblog AIDC that contains the real story behind Anwars’ disgusting sodomizing cases by Yuktes Vijay who were one of Anwar’s lawyers at that time.

Yuktes Vijay : The real story behind Sodomy 2 – Part 2

This article is in response to the claims of Dato Omar Abu Bakar in a video that was shared by Anwar Ibrahim on Facebook.

Why Anwar was in the apartment?

Anwar at various times claimed that he was in the apartment to meet some economists. However, none of these claims was ever substantiated. Not even one of the economist were brought to court to verify their presence with Anwar in court.

The truth is the defense council did interview 2 of the economists but they declined to take stand to support Anwar. Why? Were they really present there? Ask Anwar. This was indeed baffling as their evidence would have given Anwar a chance to prove to the general public that it was INDEED A BN CONSPIRACY.

Anwar claims he was set up but the question is what was he doing in the apartment? Typical Anwar. He puts the blame on one and all but fails to provide the sufficient and relevant evidence to come clean when he has the chance to do so.

Remember China Doll-Omega saga? If only he had shown his Omega watch or denied having one, he would not have the need to flash his tummy in every speeches or press conferences to prove his innocence. Well, the truth is at that point of time, he did have a tummy which was carefully concealed by a bullet vest which made him look not having a tummy. How I know this? I should thank Anwar for the wonderful tea he served in his house on March 21 2011. What happened on this day? Google it up!

The landlord of the apartment

The landlord, his wife and 2 maids were brought as defence witness’ for interview in KL High Court. Even he declined to be a witness. Imagine this. I have a friend. He gives me his house to have interviews, talks and even negotiations with people but hesitates to take the stand for you. I overheard a lot of disturbing things during this course of interview. For the record, the interview with the landlord was the longest and yet he did not take the stand.

What was spoken here and discussed here? I am privy to the information but I am declining to reveal much for now as I fear for my safety. Not wanting to sound dramatic but I do know the amount of harassing calls I am getting every single day.

All information that I know with regards to the issues that I have highlighted here will be out in my final part. Part 3. I promise to release it on nomination day. Part 3 will include the real story of why the house owner hesitated, alibi list, Anwar’s flip-flop game with the defense counsels, and PM Najib’s name was brought in to smear his credibility.

Cukuplah Anwar. Stop lying. Please —> “It’s enough Anwar, please stop lying”

Yuktes Vijay

What we hope is to see a strong government for Malaysia sustaining our economy without the interference of foreign power! That leaves us only with Najib Tun Razak to carry on building Malaysia higher and stronger without playing our backside. 

Especially with BABI of his immorality and obscenity, obscuring the interference of foreign power to the knowledge of Malaysian people; can the Malaysians really trust such immoral figure who so ambitiously wanted to be the next Prime Minister who also may be facing his judgment day behind bars sooner? The choice is yours; Malaysians whether you see through it or you see just half of it. Stay tuned!!!


NUFAM brewing plans for MAS Cabin Crew – Part II

This week would see a disastrous opportunity for Mr. Lipas man a.k.a. Mr. President of NUFAM on annihilating a group of innocent MAS Cabin Crew whom have zero ideas of what NUFAM is brewing. NUFAM IS A HOAX. A strategy formed by Zahrah Zaid – MAS Human Remains Director to destroy the workers’ in entirety. Zahrah Zaid works secretly for Tony Fernandez – Malaysia Airlines must be cautious with her movement and planning for its workers due Zahrah’s action may destroy MAS images.

Our previous posting here – Part I provided some insight on NUFAM plans on cheating MAS Cabin Crew via its so-branded “NUFAM SECRET BALLOT“.

NUFAM – National Union Flight Attendant Malaysia is brewing plans sabotaging huge employment opportunities for many innocent MAS Cabin Crew who only seek decent employment and security with Malaysia Airlines.

The planning between Zahrah Zaid and Mr. Lipas man were cooked on getting rid of 500 to 1,800 cabin crew in Malaysia Airlines and reducing their benefits; terms and conditions altogether.

Malaysia Airlines has been serving the public as National Carrier for the past 40 years. We find it very cruel to have such a huge organization allowing the imported proxies of Tony Fernandez sitting on top of the management ruling the workers who have contributed their entire life building this National Carrier whilst the imported proxies are tasked to cease the workers’ tenure of employment with Malaysia Airlines.


This week, Nufam, in a notice posted on its website and a copy made available to StarBiz, said: “Nufam will stage a full public protest against the Human Resources Ministry over the delay of the MAS Nufam secret ballot.” The day has been set for March 28, the time; 1pm, and the place; the entrance and courtyard of the Human Resources Ministry. MORE read HERE.

ZAHRAH ZAID the evil woman has another anti-union double agent – Mohd Fauzi Mahayadin aiding and abetting her in assisting NUFAM providing Mr. Lipas man the most confidential document belonged to Malaysia Airlines whilst instigated NUFAM to protest outside Ministry of Human Resource before the upcoming General Election is held to embarrass the Prime Minister.

This planning was reported already in the pipe-line laid by all NUFAM Executive Union Officers collaborated with Zahrah Zaid and her double agent last year in 2012.  The staging of protest is to push for the Ministry of Human Resource particularly its deputy cougar Minister Maznah Mazlan for her gavel to end the conflict on NUFAM secret ballot for MAS Cabin Crew.

Despite knowing the wrong is with the deputy Minister of Human Resource – Maznah Mazlan when approving NUFAM; there’s nothing much for the Ministry of Human Resource to correct the wrong doing conducted by his deputy.

As a matter of fact; Mazlan Maznah who have been reportedly meeting Tony Fernandez have been providing assistance to NUFAM for its attempt penetrating into Malaysia Airlines as stakeholders representing Tony Fernandez’s views and policies.

One of the policies from Tony Fernandez is to cease all traveling privileges for MAS workers in exchange for the workers to opt for Air Asia staff and family scheme and all MAS terms and conditions would drastically be arranged in parallel to Air Asia’s present terms and conditions for its Cabin Crew if NUFAM is to take the lead in negotiation for MAS Cabin Crew.

Whilst MASEU the in-house union for MAS Cabin Crew might not keep too quiet about NUFAM interference in its negotiation process; have ignored the whine and cry that does nothing for MAS workers.

We are updated NUFAM have no track records on achieving improvement for MAS Cabin Crew accept for disuniting among its members and non-members. Of late; NUFAM have been forcing some young MAS Cabin Crew harassing them for signing up as members and paying upfront of up to RM400 per sign-up for two memberships fees.

NUFAM have also sought the assistance from the Director of Trade Union Affairs – Mustafar Bin Ali and Roslee Sabaruddin for special advice on staging the picket outside the building of MOHR at 1 pm on 28th March 2013.

This warning of protest by NUFAM only serves as drama for doing something for its NUFAM members. Our reliable informants alerted Malaysiaairlinesfamilies that the protest by NUFAM on 28th March 2013 is a hoax as it will be cancelled on that morning due all NUFAM Executive Union Officers will be providing excuses away for work and running errands; on sick leave or in hospital seeking treatment or even “late attendees” their name should be.

In the meantime, we are well-informed NUFAM “trashing forum” would be updating all lies and flies buzzing around the bush to keep its members spirit high and strong. Strangely, how is it possible for a National Carrier to have employed such crooks sabotaging Malaysia Airlines’ images particularly when Malaysia Airlines has just joined ONEWORLD ALLIANCE.

Stay tuned to our updates from Malaysiaairlinesfamilies. We are currently investigating more stories on Tony Fernandez and his scammy businesses and his conceiving tactics luring investors into buying his bankrupting business – Air Asia.

A tale of two airlines in Malaysian skies – Episode 2 “Exposing Against Tony Fernandez’s proxy”

He who has the history of bankrupting and DE-listing a private corporate company – Malakoff Corporation Berhad; who successfully and viciously terminated thousands of workers during his tenure with Malakoff Corporation Berhad; and he who had declared for Malaysia Airlines the first massive losses of RM2.52 billion during the share swap and collaboration framework with Air Asia.

WE believe MAS present CEO is either incompetent or intentionally collaborating with Tony Fernandez of Air Asia to save Air Asia from bankruptcy at the expense of Malaysia Airlines by giving away MAS routes to Air Asia terminating Johannesburg that generated 80% of revenue for Malaysia Airlines; Dubai that generated almost 95% of revenue for Malaysia Airlines and Haneda that merely started to generate revenue for Malaysia Airlines. He fails in his fiduciary duty recovering the loss of MAS routes from Air Asia. The longer he sits as MAS CEO position; the more routes will be lost to Air Asia through his plannings. His claims were those routes were not profitable and bleed MAS to dry and by contrast he has granted Air Asia many opportunities to open new routes into those routes MAS had lost under the corporate leadership of Ahmad Jauhari – a.k.a. The Clueless CEO. The truth is Ahmad Jauhari secretly approved the giving away of Johannesburg, Dubai, Haneda and Taipei for Air Asia.

Ahmad Jauhari has been lying to his workers of the performance of Malaysia Airlines and we caught his evil collaboration with Tony Fernandez and proxies i.e. Azahari Dahlan and Zahrah Zaid for fixing up the workers from the inside of Malaysia Airlines.

Let us brief the public the ingredients to destroy Malaysia Airlines by Tony Fernandez’s proxies;

  1. Ahmad Jauhari’s special skill is to shrink the operation; DE-listing the corporation like what he did to Malakoff Corporation Berhad and planting more corporate espionage of Air Asia into Malaysia Airlines establishing the platform of insecurity for the workers. His plans were to DE-list Malaysia Airlines and possibly bankrupt it at one ringgit value for Tony Fernandez to buy over. His best performance is playing PRETENTIOUS GAME with MAS workers seemingly portray a good man with vision to save Malaysia Airlines. Time for Ahmad Jauhari to tender his resignation as soon as possible or face the invincible wrath – FIRED and HUMILIATED.
  2. Azahari Dahlan will work on recruiting Air Asia’s loyal workers into Malaysia Airlines Aerospace Engineering with intention to sabotage Malaysia Airlines’ aircraft where he successfully responsible for engines on fire and emergency landing. His further mission is to ensure Air Asia’s aircraft could be serviced for FREE on the house when Air Asia sends all of its Airbus aircraft for major overhaul maintenance this coming August 2013. The last head of division in MAE had responsibly asked for CASH TRANSACTION from Tony Fernandez; was terminated by Ahmad Jauhari.
  3. Zahrah Zaid’s mission is to crush the workers’ rights and fixing the workers for fast termination. She is to break up all MAS unions and associations before her contract ends with MAS. Whilst she sat as the director for MAS Human Resource Division; she quickly fixed the remuneration for the top management using the budget that was meant for the workers and today she had her salary hiked up 150% from RM40,000 right up to RM100,000. Read here for more information on Zahrah Zaid’s infamous history.

The TRIO have planned well for fixing all the workers using their available sources, relatives and connection. Especially Ahmad Jauhari – he has a relative working as Deputy Director  of Anti-Corruption Agency to frame up those who were against the collaboration with Air Asia with the help from NUFAM, NUFEM (that is yet to be formed) and NUFOAM (that is under way to be formed).

Tony Fernandez desperately wanted Malaysia Airlines more than any other businesses. He sees MAS as a very SEXY LADY and wishes to re-marry MAS through the Malaysian tycoon – Syed Mokthar Al-Bukhari buying over Malaysia Airlines. Syed Mokthar Al-Bukhari does not have the expertise to run Malaysia Airlines and we believe he is being used by Tony Fernandez to purchase Malaysia Airlines from the ladies in RED.

However, in this Episode 2; you will learn the comparison on the performance between Malaysia Airlines and Air Asia where Malaysia Airlines’ shares is expected to rise up to RM8.50 than of Air Asia’s shares which has more limitation in ratio of profit to value and cash return on investment.


MORGAN & STANLEY analyzed on prospective F2008 P/BV, both MAS and Air Asia are trading at undemanding multiples of 1.2-1.3x, comparable to the Tier-1 airlines multiple of 1.3x. We do not look at P/E multiple as Air Asia’s earnings are boosted by deferred income tax credit, and contribute to the low artificial P/E multiple.


Investment Conclusions. Morgan and Stanley conclude with three investment observations.

  • Closing the Efficiency Gap. We believe MAS has successfully restructured its business model and has a new business transformation plan to grow operating revenues. By focusing on delivering value to passengers and cargo/MRO customers and taking out non-essential costs, MAS is building a lean cost structure to compete more effectively with low-cost airlines and the regional network airlines. Air Asia, which viewed MAS as a non competitive threat in the past because of its gross operational inefficiency, is now re-defining its product to create added-value services to compete with MAS. The net impact is the operational efficiency gap between the two airlines has narrowed significantly over the past two years, as highlighted by the operating and pretax margin trends (see Exhibit 2).
  • Sharp Divergence in Cash Position. MAS raised its cash reserve through a rights and loan stock issue last year and had accumulated a cash position of RM5.3 billion at December 2007. In a very tight liquidity credit market, MAS had net cash of RM4.4 billion while Air Asia had net debt of RM3.3 billion at December 2007. As funding costs start to rise with increasing credit default risk, we think Air Asia’s plans to seek to fund its aggressive capital expenditures of RM2-3 billion for the next five years might encounter difficulties in a tough credit market. In F2008, we estimate Air Asia would need to raise about RM3 billion to fund the estimated capital expenditure of RM2.8-3.0 billion, whereas we estimate MAS’ capital expenditure would not be more than RM1.0 billion.
  • Potential Derivative Losses. We are particularly concerned about Air Asia’s fuel hedging position. We view the directional bet on oil positions via its sold call options – currently exposed on its F2009 and F2010 oil positions – as potential derivative losses that could severely undermine the company’s cash flow to service both the interest and fixed contractual payments. If WTI oil prices remain above US$90/bbl for the next two years, the underlying operational losses, and more importantly, reduced cash flow generation for Air Asia could have a substantial impact on its franchise value. In contrast, MAS has adopted a conservative fuel hedging strategy whereby it will benchmark its hedging ratio to the average hedging ratio of the Asian airlines to reduce oil volatility.

On a risk-reward tradeoff for the Malaysian aviation sector, we believe MAS shares offer much better risk-adjusted upside potential than Air Asia shares, and we recommend investors switch from Air Asia to MAS. Given MAS’ franchise value of less than 1.0x EBITDA, we believe MAS is attractively valued for deep-value investors.














Morgan Stanley research on Air Asia

Investment Thesis

  • Tough corporate restructuring builds a strong platform for MAS to compete effectively with the top airlines in Asia.
  • Active yield management drives up operating revenues and enhances operating margin.
  • Falling oil prices boost near-term earnings and contribute to positive earnings surprises.

Key Value Drivers

  • Network rationalization enhances operational efficiency and load factors.
  • Focus on profitable routes and maximize yield to enhance value for shareholders.
  • Surplus cash reinvested for earnings growth to enhance shareholder value.

Potential Catalysts

  • Yield surprise. Higher fares achieved despite lowering fuel surcharges due to active yield management.
  • Positive earnings surprise could arise from Airbus compensation, falling oil prices, or higher yields.
  • Jet fuel prices below US$95/bbl would lower MAS’ operating costs to 31% vs. 34% currently, and substantially improve net earnings.

Key Risks

  • Slower global GDP growth. If US and global economies slow significantly, the weak global travel outlook would be negative for the carrier.
  • Threat of low-cost airlines. If LCCs aggressively lower fares to increase market share, MAS and other airlines would likely cut their own fares to protect leisure passenger segments.
  • Strong competition from Gulf carriers. Gulf carriers are expanding their fleets aggressively to take advantage of open skies in Asia. Long-haul routes at risk for MAS.

Investment Thesis

  • Low-cost airlines (LCCs) in Asia have the potential to increase passengers at a CAGR of at least 20% for the next five years, by our estimates.
  • Air Asia has the first-mover advantage in the LCC industry, and the carrier has built a proven and successful LCC business model in Asia.
  • If WTI crude oil prices stay above US$90/bbl in 2009 and 2010, Air Asia would be exposed to substantial derivative fuel contract losses and lack of cover for the high jet fuel prices, and this could lead to negative earnings surprises.

Key Value Drivers

  • Factors driving the high LCC growth are liberalization of ASEAN and Asian skies, doubling of aircraft orders by Asian LCCs in four years, and low market penetration by LCCs in the Asia/Pacific market.
  • High operating earnings CAGR supports high EV/EBITDA, and is a key support for Air Asia’s share price, in our view.

Potential Catalysts

  • Fast track in ASEAN aviation liberalization.

If ASEAN skies are liberalized ahead of the 2008 deadline, we see additional regional cities as an upside option for the carrier.

  • Network route rationalization.

We see significant incremental growth potential from the domestic and international routes, particularly from capacity expansion to India and China, two of the fastest-growth aviation markets in the world.

Key Downside Risks

  • Restructured and recharged Malaysia Airlines (MAS).

We think the revamped national carrier could prove to be a formidable competitor to Air Asia. Impact of high fuel surcharges on underlying fares. The higher ticket fares, which incorporate the increased fuel surcharges, could have negative implications for passenger travel.

  • Inflated equity.

We think net equity for Air Asia was inflated by 30% at June 2007, and possibly by about 35-40% for the next 2-3 years, due to mounting deferred tax credits and deferred associate losses on the balance sheet.

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