MH370: THAT GLOBAL CONSPIRACY TARGETING A MALAYSIAN HERO PILOT SAYS MALAYSIA ASEAN APEC LEAD CONSUMERIST PROF DR JACOB GEORGE!

‘Perhaps, it is easier to blame the dead Commander, or his Co-pilot, because they cannot defend themselves from a well organized international aviation conspiracy, aided and abetted by scoundrels from powerful governments, industry deep state, mercenary adventurers and media practitioners?‘
MH370: THAT GLOBAL CONSPIRACY TARGETING A MALAYSIAN HERO PILOT SAYS MALAYSIA ASEAN APEC LEAD CONSUMERIST PROF DR JACOB GEORGE!
The truth is MH370 pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was a real life hero in my books, who attempted to turn back an aircraft, after a very serious incident that compromised its air-worthiness and structural integrity!
Dear friend Florence de Changy alluded to it in her book!
If any other pilot was at the cockpit that aircraft would have crashed immediately after the ‘incident!’
I believe and eye witness accounts that 9M-MRO had caught fire mid-flight, forcing pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah to plot a course to land in Penang!
He had desired to attempt to land the aircraft in Penang but it was not to be!
Though there are attempts to deny that there was an ‘incident that threatened its structural integrity, no one can deny eyewitness narratives on the east coast of peninsula Malaysia who at that material time had heard a very loud ‘explosion or bang in the skies above them’ and had made the necessary Police reports therein.
There was also another eye-witness who went on record witnessing what was thought was an aircraft on fire!
He was ostracized and his career prematurely destroyed!
Is he still alive?
Others had spoken of a ‘glowing aircraft’, and witnesses in Indonesia both an aircraft that was smoking, breaking up, moving right to left, left to right, with no sound of its engine, just acidic smell and black smoke – that one relates to a fire?
Common sense would have denoted that any aircraft in that damaged condition could not in any condition continue its journey to the South Indian Ocean by the stretch of any idiots wild assumptions or weird mathematical formula first Immarsat, then WSPR, by the way whats the next formula?
But, no doubt a claim very convenient to attempt to divert vicarious liability and one to prevent the global scrutiny of the real perpetrators of a most heinous crime in aviation history!
There was a witness too who went on record who claimed she saw what looked like an aircraft sitting on water as the aircraft she was in flew over during that material time.
We are told Police reports were made!
As far as I am concerned, Captain Zaharie managed to sacrifice himself and the 238 passengers and crew by diverting the plane away from an urban area, and been at the controls as long as he could, to safely ditch the aircraft a theory supported by the examination of the wing flap.
Now what caused the fire?
What impacted the aircraft at the East Coast of Peninsula Malaysia?
I would concur with the reports that indicated a windshield heater fire can explain both the loss of the transponder signal and the interruption to the satellite communications link!
Or something else impacted the structural integrity of the 777?
And those who handled some of the debris will know of that pungent smell of fire still on it!
But admitting this will not get ratings for media and millions through subscriptions for fake news and stories!
It will not make heroes of idiots, and give publicity to retired moron politicians who further sensationalize this tragedy for professional, personal and private gain?
As someone I respect stated –  ‘As Sky News prepares to tell us ”the truth” about MH370 let us all keep in mind that until there is incontrovertible physical evidence in full public view, we need to  keep an open mind. 
At this point after 8 years no statement from Malaysia, Australia or the U.S. can be relied upon as “proof” as from the outset there have been missteps that could possibly have been intentional to mislead. In other words it is all circumstantial evidence that has been presented to date including the pieces recovered which could,possibly have been seeded. 
The body is missing.
Without it we can be certain of nothing much less cast or infer guilt. 
Let’s hope we find it.’
And another dear friend, a Malaysian Commander stated:
“Seriously, in any aircraft accident investigation, we rely very greatly on the cockpit voice recording and the digital flight data recording. In the absence of both, nobody can tell for certain, what actually happened to the flight.
Regardless, the other important recording – the aircrafts’ communication with the Air Traffic Control Centres, were made available. 
I believe you too must have listened to that. 
I must say, the tone of the pilots voices, did not indicate anything but them being normal.
It must also be appreciated that the “Fundamental objective of an Aircraft Accident Investigation, is not to apportion blame or liability.”
Perhaps, it is easier to blame the dead Commander, or his Co-pilot, because they cannot defend themselves from a well organised international aviation conspiracy, aided and abetted by scoundrels from powerful governments, industry deep state, mercenary adventurers and media practitioners?

AS 9M-MRO ANNIVERSARY APPROACHES SO WILL THE USUAL ACTORS, PRETENDERS, PREDATORS AND STORY TELLERS WARNS MALAYSIA ASEAN APEC LEAD CONSUMERIST PROF DR JACOB GEORGE!

‘To me that is the real tragedy of 9M-MRO when a well-organized conspiracy lays all blame on an innocent person who is not here today to defend himself!’

AS 9M-MRO ANNIVERSARY APPROACHES SO WILL THE USUAL ACTORS, PRETENDERS, PREDATORS AND STORY TELLERS WARNS MALAYSIA ASEAN APEC LEAD CONSUMERIST PROF DR JACOB GEORGE!

It was a rather long conversation I had with several members of my team in the current pandemic eco-system.

Earlier I had congratulated a dear friend who wrote a book on 9M-MRO which questioned all the laid and fabricated narratives of countless actors, pretenders, vigilantes, predators and story tellers.

I had absolutely no issues with her narrative, even her alluding to an ‘an incident over the skies on the East Coast’ before there was a U-turn and a brilliant commander using all his skills, knowledge, dedication and commitment had attempted to land his already very damaged craft in Penang, but it was not to be!

My team has already gone record where we think she went down gently.

But certainly no, not in the South Indian Ocean!

Whether she is still where she was ditched or over the course of time ‘professionally removed’ is any ones guess.

But as the anniversary approaches I am certain we will have the usual dandy actors, pretenders, vigilantes, predators and story tellers running new stories.

I will not be again surprised that new ‘debris come a floating’ into the arms of various players.

It is a strange inexplicable eerie phenomenon that as anniversary approaches things come alive again.

And so will new debris?

So will calls and orchestrated media reports spinning on new searches based on another set of inexplicable mathematical formula from the last one.

And I am reminded what an expert told me when we engaged on the suspicions of planted debris as it was not discounted at all.

Or the narratives of story tellers trying to create false narratives as if their lives are at risk with threats of death?

Eight years after, these shenanigans are still alive and will be shortly making their appearance on the social media and several platforms directly, indirectly through conduits to attack anyone who disagrees with their narrative.

As I write this piece what I cannot understand is their wanton criminal and reckless disregard to eye-witness accounts collaborated frame by frame post turn back!

And their reckless allegations that of all countries Malaysia was responsible for a cover up?

And their refusal to look at the role of their own governments in the chain of events pre and post this tragedy!

Even that inexplicable strange statement that all radar within their respective countries where 9M-MRO took post turn back was either shut down or out for maintenance?

How convenient?

These are grouping with deep pockets, influence, assets and enough birds up in the skies to know what really happened, whose responsible, where she was ditched, and since then what ever happened to all evidence!

Perhaps, it is easier to lay all blame (without a shred of evidence) on a commander, a decent, dedicated individual, a professional to the core who did what he could despite the odds, to protect those under his charge!

To me that is the real tragedy of 9M-MRO when a well-organized conspiracy lays all blame on an innocent person who is not here today to defend himself!

WHO DO WE HOLD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE APATHY AND ROAD CARNAGE IN MALAYSIA ASKS MALAYSIA ASEAN APEC LEAD CONSUMERIST PROF DR JACOB GEORGE!

WHO DO WE HOLD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE APATHY AND ROAD CARNAGE IN MALAYSIA ASKS MALAYSIA ASEAN APEC LEAD CONSUMERIST PROF DR JACOB GEORGE!
1.  Malaysia is the third largest/highest as far as fatalities in road accidents in ASIA/ASEAN
2.  We are allegedly behind Thailand and Vietnam.
3.  Road accidents are preventable/predictable but yet where is the said intervention?
4.  Malaysia is among the top 25 most dangerous countries for road users!
5.  In 2016, Accidents were the 4th cause of death after heart disease, Pneumonia and Cerebrovascular disease
So fellow Malaysians who do we hold accountable for the road carnage we see and witness in Malaysia?
 
I asked these questions yesterday live on TV3 where I was interviewed by TV3 anchors!
Among the places where fingers can be pointed are at the alleged lack of proper law enforcement and this despite hundreds of thousands of traffic summonses issued each year and clear evidence that there is a large demography of drivers driving heavy vehicles, buses and other heavy vehicle, many overloaded on drugs!
The last time we made news again for the wrong reasons was when a study by the University of Michigan’s Transportation Research Institute found Malaysian roads are the 17th deadliest in the world!
But my contention is that study was flawed big time as it used outdated data of 2008 from the World Health Organization, where the said authors of the study found that road accidents caused 30 deaths for every 100,000 people in Malaysia’s population.
Basically it means that 6.0 per cent of all deaths in the country were caused by road accident fatalities.
If one decides to make a comparison of road accidents and fatalities across some regions, we may find that road accidents in Thailand caused 44 deaths per 100,000 of people, making it the second most deadly country for road accidents.
Namibia topped the list with 45 deaths per 100,000 of the population.
In comparison, coronary heart disease made up 17 per cent of total deaths in Malaysia, making it the number one killer in the country.
The other two main killers in Malaysia were cancer, which made up 15 per cent of total deaths and stroke at 9 per cent.
Despite that, the study showed that Malaysia has among the lowest overall fatality rates with 494 deaths per 100,000 people, and was placed 170th among the 193 countries surveyed.
This beckons a very serious question in a land where according to public and international perception among the many lawlessness are the lawlessness we see on the roads of Malaysia!
Are Malaysian road users taking responsibility for their own safety while driving as more than 80% of traffic accidents are caused by human error according to investigations and surveys done by the Consumers Association of Subang and Shah Alam Selangor (CASSA MALAYSIA).
Furthermore, the death of 65,850 people in road accidents between 2004 and 2013 had resulted in as much as RM78 billion being lost in economic contributions with an average of RM1.2 million each.
Now this begs a pertinent question!
Who do we hold accountable for the road carnage we see and witness in Malaysia?
Among the places where fingers can be pointed are at the alleged lack of proper law enforcement and this despite hundreds of thousands of traffic summonses issued each year?
I am certain that the stakeholders and among them the police and other relevant authorities are doing their part but that is certainly not enough!
Every road user and vehicle owner needs to abide by the law and ensure safety of him and that of passengers!
Of late we have also my boys and girls on motorbikes riding with a death wish as well!
Are they on drugs as well?
My call to test heavy vehicle drivers for substance abuse has yet to be responded.
Though the MMA leadership and medical doctors nationwide support that call!
Why MCA Minister?
If a vehicle driver’ drives left to right, right to left, they will be immediately picked up by traffic police.
But why are the motorbikes not picked up when they speed, move from right to left, squeeze between vehicles damaging cars?
Instead of blaming others, road users should take it upon themselves to drive safely and be more considerate of other road users and attentive of their surroundings.
Stakeholders who run and manage highways needs to also play their part as they have a contractual duty of care to ensure that the pay and use highways are free of all kinds and forms of dangers!
But this is not always the case as retreaded Tyre parts and other foreign bodies which includes stones and pebbles are on highways and pose a serious danger to users!
Then there we also have heavy vehicles and trans-border coaches which are always in the news after major crashes resulting in deaths!
Every year we have a litany of such cases and reruns and verbal diarrhea from the authorities promises action and draconian changes that never comes!
Soon Chinese New Year comes and just before it we already have a rising statistics of deaths and among them, bikers!
If some of our policymakers are still in comatose let me bring them to speed of the following statistics which should point to their incompetence!
July 1st 2016, two people were killed when an express bus rammed into a road divider at KM194.9 of the North-South Expressway near Bukit Merah, Taiping.
We then had six members of a family, including three young grandchildren, were killed in a road accident involving two lorries on the Gua Musang-Kota Baru trunk road.
There have been others cases over the years and you can get my sarcasm and drift!
22 August, 2013
An express bus with 53 occupants from 6 different countries rammed a divider while negotiating a steep slope, and plunged into a 60-metre ravine near Genting Highlands, en route to KL. A staggering thirty-seven people, mostly foreigners, died at the scene – making the accident the deadliest road mishap in Malaysian history. An investigation later revealed that the bus, which had exceeded its maximum capacity of 44 passengers, had been placed on a blacklist by the Road Transport Department (JPJ) well in advance of its fatal journey.
20 December, 2010
A double-decker tour bus packed with Thai holidaymakers returning to KL from Cameron Highlands lost control while negotiating a sharp bend, smashed violently into a divider and went airborne, somersaulted and crashed upside-down in a ditch. The impact was so great that the roof was sheared off, and some passengers were flung through the air, landing many metres away. Of the 37 passengers on board, only 10 survived with severe injuries. Road safety experts later questioned the wisdom behind using a double-decker bus for steep, uphill travel, which they judged highly unsuitable.
13 August, 2007
 A 42-seater coach en route from Melaka to Butterworth crashed through a steel barrier while cruising downhill near Bukit Gantang, Perak, and nosedived into a 6-metre ravine. Twenty two of the bus’ occupants (some of whom were catapulted from the vehicle) were killed, while all surviving passengers were severely injured – with the notable exception of a 24 year-old Nepali man, who walked away with barely a scratch. A police investigation later revealed that the deceased bus driver had had 13 summonses and two warrants of arrest for traffic offences, while his employer, the bus operator, had previously been slapped with 19 summonses.
10 October, 2007
An express bus heading north on the North-South Expressway near the Simpang Ampat toll plaza struck the rear of a car, swerved into the median guardrail, crashed through to the opposite lane, and ploughed into an oncoming bus, two cars, a van and a motorcycle. Thirteen people from all vehicles involved were killed, and 45 were injured, many seriously.
23 November, 2003
Two express buses collided along Jalan Lipis-Merapoh, near the Pahang-Kelantan border, killing 14 people.
12 April 2001
The brakes of a tour bus failed as it cruised along Jalan Baling-Pengkalan Hulu in Kedah, causing the coach to career off the road and crash into a ditch. Twelve women and 1 young boy were killed, while many others were gravely injured.
 July 16, 1996
A chartered bus filled with vacationing factory workers and their families lost control while descending Genting Highlands and plummeted headlong down a 120 metre-deep gully. Seventeen passengers – including 6 children – were killed, while 15 others were seriously injured.
February, 1990
The notorious Karak highway was the scene of one of the grisliest road accidents in Malaysian history. A multiple-vehicle pile-up occurred when a fast-moving passenger bus collided with a tanker lorry, 6 cars, 2 taxis, a truck and a number of Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) riot police vehicles. Seventeen people, including 11 FRU personnel, were killed, and many more injured. Thousands of vehicles heading to and from KL were tangled in a resulting jam of epic proportions which lasted many hours.
In December 2021, just before those destructive floods, there was also that horror crash in Selangor, involving a heavy vehicle, with 10 fatalities, 8 of them children, least we forget!
Will change come in 2022?
I think you know the answer to that just as I!
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THAIPUSAM GATHERING WHAT GUARANTEES? CASSA CHIEF PROF DR JACOB GEORGE TO THE DEFENSE OF MOH DG & MINISTER!

THAIPUSAM GATHERING WHAT GUARANTEES? CASSA CHIEF PROF DR JACOB GEORGE TO THE DEFENSE OF MOH DG & MINISTER!

Sadly this week sees two attempts to discredit the good work the MOH leadership are continuing to date!

First an attack against both the Minister and DG by a Sarawakian politician which was unnecessary.

Then there was that political baiting where health minister Khairy Jamaluddin is asked to declare whether it is safe for Hindus to visit holy sites for Thaipusam!

Yes, you read right!

To declare!

The call was not just ridiculous but certainly political bait which no one in their right mind would or can address!

The Ministry of Health leadership, its frontliners, stakeholders, the MMA and NGOs like CASSA Malaysia working alongside can only continue our advisories which have been going on for two years to date!

That all Malaysians must conduct themselves in the ecosystem of the SOPs already entrenched.

In the current environment neither the health minister nor the ministry can babysit any quarter.

So if there is going to be an estimated two million Hindus in the country worried about their safety, they have to address the adoption of all safety procedures according to the guidelines and Sops already at play, if they are planning to going into huge crowds!

More so in the current threat of the Omicron Covid-19 variant.

So to put in a nut shell, ‘kita jaga kita’ slogan comes to life wherever any religious, community or political activities that draws crowds are happening!

No one denies that based on previous estimates there will be huge, massive crowds in Selangor, Penang, Kedah, Johor Baru and Perak.

And it is true, that in all the cited sites there is going to be huge crowds outside and they need to be policed.

And they will be with our security agencies in play.

But the onus of the duty of care falls on the organizers and the Indian leadership in the country to address and coordinate and not create a political mine-field for a political agenda by attempting to way-lay this responsibility on the MOH!

So instead of politically baiting it is pertinent that the Indian leadership meet, draw up protocols to implement end to end.

I am confident again this year Malaysian Indians will be alert and not put themselves in harm’s way in the current pandemic scenario.

They know they are responsible for their own safety.

Perhaps, the devotees can follow the religious rites through available technology online into their laptops, hand phones and others?

One final note!

The general consensus both nationally and internationally is to discourage any mammoth gatherings during the current pandemic threats.

But if the Malaysian government had taken that decision the same politicians who are asking for safety guarantees   would then draw out other allegations?

That has always been the nature of Malaysian politics?

DISKRIMINASI MENJEJASKAN PERPADUAN NEGARA!

 

TIME TO DEPORT ILLEGALS IN MALAYSIA AND SAY NO TO BANGLADESH SAYS MALAYSIA ASEAN APEC LEAD CONSUMERIST PROF DR JACOB GEORGE

‘When I took on the cartels here which made headlines I received death threats as well.
There were advisories given me by powerful then state actors as well for my safety.
Now there are talks about Bangladesh security guards! Strange very strange!
Do these shenanigans first know why Nepal was first chosen?’
TIME TO DEPORT ILLEGALS IN MALAYSIA AND SAY NO TO BANGLADESH SAYS MALAYSIA ASEAN APEC LEAD CONSUMERIST PROF DR JACOB GEORGE
For far too long we have ignored that elephant in the room.
For far too long and in past cases
we have allowed politicians, brokers, even the VVIPs and their runners, which includes a singer to play a pivoted part in the foreign workers recruitment protocols end to end.
We have even allowed industry captains to lobby the issues.
Many of them are alleged to have received huge blanket approvals.
It was once joked that even a certain high powered badminton star, a then speaker and another VVIP was running around with a few thousand approvals.
And no matter what one says the truth is as far as the issue of foreign workers applications, recruitment and others go – it is crystal clear that it is one of the most abused sectors to date.
Everybody had a finger in it.
From the onset I had repeatedly addressed the issues and fallout from the 80s, with the late then deputy home minister Megat Junid.
During our tea sessions and satays, he agreed with my observations but felt it was losing battle and difficult to address or manage the greed and political pressures from many strange quarters end to end.
It was at that time we even had that ‘six million ringgit man’ story and the Bangladesh cartels working hand in hand.
Or that story of the one’s super powerful multi-millionaire civil servant whose wife wore two watches in a golf visit to Nepal – one with Malaysian time and another Nepal!
It was hilarious how she became the brunt of many jokes there and within the diplomatic community.
Back to the issue – Industry players and captains wanted super cheap labor to maximize profits, their human resource team had their fingers in the plum as they developed symbiotic relationships with the agents and runners, those expected to be the gatekeepers were no better!
Everyone enjoyed the ride and anyone who poses a threat to them are threatened, defamed, even dragged through controversies planned and planted.
But my conversations continued with successive home ministers, head of states of foreign workers sending countries and their diplomats, who all agreed that we needed an air-tight public policy which identifies real needs from the false, and isolates political and state actor shenanigans who act as conduits in the multi billion ringgit racket.
One’s I was part of the entourage of both the then internal security ministry and then the human resources select committee who visited Nepal to address issues from ground zero with the stakeholders!
My then conversations with the head of state in Bangladesh were also very positive but political ground tremors were very strong as well.
It was always disheartening that the victims were the workers eager to seek employment though they had not the skills, nor the education and many resorting to falsifying their qualification as ex-service men or with paper qualifications and paying the conduits to secure employment by selling what little they had.
The truth is the conduits in the transaction end to end all knew the weaknesses but the financial kickbacks allocated to them helped compromise their positions.
It was after all a numbers game.
When I took on the cartels here which made headlines I received death threats as well.
There were advisories given me by powerful then state actors as well for my safety.
Fast forward 2022 – the issue of foreign workers both legal and illegal has not be resolved but gone from bad to wicked!
Again we have Bangladesh politicians coming.
However, the Covid 19 pandemic has now come in as a savior and those who in the past insulated and tolerated these huge numbers estimated to be more than 6 million are feeling the heat!
There are still boats arriving from the Western Coastline carrying with them illegals.
The number of foreigners on our streets and community is still growing and does not make sense.
Our borders are compromised and the hard work of our security apparatus being hampered.
Locals must become the eyes and ears of the security apparatus that our borders are protected.
Go to any housing estate today and you will see foreigners gathering without following safe distancing, wearing the masks or abiding with the protocols.
There are many cases of infections where they are concerned and my fear is it is only a matter of time before the local population may turn against them, for not abiding to the Covid 19 protocols.
If this happens it will become a homeland security issue.
The Top Glove fiasco is just the tip of the iceberg.
It is my appeal that it is timely to set up a high powered task force with one aim in mind – the deportation of illegals and those “legal” – who attained approvals through falsification and fraud.
Remember Bangladesh workers are economic migrants. They come not just to work.
They set up family, business and an ecosystem to bring their next of kin here.
I will soon seek a meeting with both our Home Minister, the DG of Immigration and our professional and no nonsense tolerating IGP to see how the civil society can assist our security apparatus to keep Malaysia safe!
DISKRIMINASI MENJEJASKAN PERPADUAN NEGARA!