Friday, April 4, 2014



Rajin kita membaca dan menelaah berita-berita dari dalam dan luar negara akan membawa kita kepada agenda "Hidden Hand" terhadap beberapa perlakuan misteri termasuklah Pesawat Mas MH370. Kalau dulu dari awal2 berita kehilangan ini saya telah menyatakan bahawa MH370 telah singgah mengisi minyak disitu dan terus menyambung perjalanannya dengan kepakaran penerbangan yang dilakukan oleh Juruterbang terhebat yang membawa pesawat di udara dgn ketinggian yang "sukar" di kesan oleh radar... ataupun memang ia diterbangkan dgn "Auto Pilot".

Apa pun saya masih menegaskan bhw MH370 semuanya selamat dan berada didalam "bunker" sehingga percaturan "Kuasa Besar" menemui Jalan Muktamat/checkmate. Dimana MH370 menjadi tandatanya dan mengapa anak kapal & penumpangnya terus membisa, walaupun terdapat kesan2 isyarat yg mrk mungkin cuba membuat hubungan telefon or internet...  Dimana mereka mungkin.. di Diego Garcia.., di Ukraine... Negara bergolak... mungkin MH370 menjadi "Perisai Percaturan Dunia"......... adakah ada kaitan dgn Semiconductor Group... Perisian dan Pakar Satelite Era kini..... atau apa dan apa?... 

Kenapa di kaitkan dgn Malaysia... Siapa rakyat Malaysia yg terkenal baik dgn Yahudi?.. Soros.. Presiden Bank Dunia satu ketika dulu...., mungkin juga satu tekanan kepada Najib Perdana Menteri.. agar letak jawatan nak masukkan orang yang "Rapat dgn Yahudi".. senang utk Amerika bertenggek di belakang bagi menguasai Asia Tenggara.... Namun, sepandai manusia membuat berbagai perancangan onar.. namun Perancangan ALLAH lebih Maha Bijaksana.. dan Alhamdulillah.. Negara Tanah Melayu adalah Negara berdaulat yg masih ramai para2 alim bertasbih dan berzikir memohon agar dunia Tanah Melayu kekal bermertabat. Tanah Melayu mempunyai banjaran gunung sebagai pahat dari selatan ke utara... maka ramai juga para ahli2 sufi yang.................... Hanya kekuatan Allah yang kekal... 

Adakah isu Ukraine, Crimea, Syria dan Afghanistan ada bersangkut paut dgn "Hidden hand" ini... Kenapa ada ayat ini " Will Israel kill US empire this week?" 

Mari kita selidiki............

China has maintained a very careful and consistent foreign policy of non-interference. It has steadfastly condemned foreign incursions into other nations under any pretext.

In recent years, this has been extended to NATO’s adventures in Libya and Syria, where China has been vocal in its condemnation of foreign meddling.

This is not only because China believes in national sovereignty in general as the foundation upon which it is building its global influence, but also and perhaps primarily because it fears for its own territorial integrity at home.

When Crimea voted to join the Russian Federation, the Chinese were particularly cautious in how they responded diplomatically. China even abstained from voting on a resolution submitted to the UN General Assembly backing Ukraine’s territorial integrity.

Their somewhat ambiguous statements and moves have given license to international press houses to portray China as opposing Russia. Headlines such as the Business Insider’s “China Doesn’t Back Russia’s Invasion Of Crimea — And That’s A Big Problem For Putin,” seem to describe Beijing as wholly abandoning Moscow over the ongoing Ukraine crisis.

The Business Insider even goes as far as saying, ”Russia’s Vladimir Putin has committed a grave strategic blunder by tearing up the international rule book without a green light from China. Any hope of recruiting Beijing as an ally to blunt Western sanctions looks doomed, and with it the Kremlin’s chances of a painless victory, or any worthwhile victory at all.”

Mass media trying to frame Putin as a threat
Another assessment, this time from Bloomberg’s Businessweek, strikes a little closer to reality. In an article titled, “Is China Siding With Putin in the Ukraine Crisis?,” Businessweek states, “The Chinese might naturally sympathize with Vladimir Putin, someone willing to stick it to Western leaders such as President Obama.

However, China has long opposed actions that smack of interference in other countries’ internal affairs, in part to keep outsiders away from such sensitive issues as Tibet and Chinese dissidents.”

In reality, Beijing has departed with Moscow in rhetorical terms only, and even still, only tentatively so. In reality, Beijing and Moscow are still working closely together with common strategic interests in mind, and China most certainly is backing Russia in regards to Ukraine, however subtly.

Editorial angles like those at the Business Insider, as well as Foreign Policy Magazine, and TIME, are attempts to stir up division if possible among the ranks of analysts and editorial boards prone to taking up sensational narratives.
This then helps build public consensus, however has little to no effect on the diplomatic ties between Russia and China, or each nation’s respective foreign policies.
While China persistently maintains its non-interference stance in all matters foreign policy, and many have tried to compare Russia’s involvement in Crimea as comparable to Tibet being peeled away from China, in reality what Russia has done is more closely an analogue of what China would like to see become of Taiwan and other disputed regions it has historical, cultural, linguistic, financial, and geopolitical strategic ties to.
In fact, what has created the Ukrainian crisis in the first place, namely US and European Union backing of opposition groups to overturn not only Ukraine’s political order, but Ukraine’s long standing relationship with Moscow, resembles precisely what the United States has been and continues to try to do in Chinese territory, particularly in Tibet and the western province of Xinjiang.

By supporting Russia on Ukraine, China will be able to ensure it too can reserve the right to protect itself along its own borders from foreign-backed upheaval.
The prospect of large scale unrest in China’s border provinces and the installation of a foreign backed government attempting to breakaway from Beijing would necessitate China to make moves very similar to what Russia has done in Crimea.

In many ways, China is already struggling along this path to maintain its territorial integrity, albeit on a smaller scale, attempting to check foreign funded independence movements by reasserting Beijing’s authority through a combination of soft power backed by security operations when necessary.

A propaganda hyped NeoCon map which doubled the Russian numbers and used the term border when really in the ‘region’.
Despite the sensational headlines, the thinking in Beijing most certainly gravitates toward backing Russia on the Ukraine issue. Its perceived ambiguous diplomatic stance on the matter affords it more room to maneuver, not just in regards to its subtle support for Russia, but in all matters regarding both foreign and domestic policy.

By taking too strong a stance now, Beijing might tie its hands in the future when it is their turn to guard their territory and their various spheres of influence.
This too might be what was intended by the West’s intentional twisting of Beijing’s statements, to garner from China’s leadership a more committal statement that can be used against it in the near future.
As one of China’s greatest strengths, opacity in all it does has left its competitors in the West confounded, and wisely, Beijing has denied the West this latest potential leverage by not taking a firmer stance on Crimea.

Determining what China’s leadership is thinking when they look at Crimea, either “Taiwan” or “Tibet,” is difficult at best and leaves China with the ability to pursue its agenda regarding both without any rhetorical commitments to tie it down regarding the Ukraine crisis or its support for Russia.

Mungkinkah ..... MH370 ada tersimpan di Negara yang sedang bergolak ini dan menjadi Perisai di dalam NWO - New World Order... dan laluan "Hujung Dunia" itu hanya helah untuk membuat dunia berprasangka berbagai-bagai hipotesis yang akhirnya menjurus kepada " A Game Maker "

Is China Siding With Putin in the Ukraine Crisis?
By Bruce Einhorn  March 03, 2014

Photograph by Giorgio Cosulich/Getty Images
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang YiChina’s leaders are struggling to come up with a comprehensible position on thecrisis in Ukraine. The Chinese might naturally sympathize with Vladimir Putin, someone willing to stick it to Western leaders such as President Obama. However, China has long opposed actions that smack of interference in other countries’ internal affairs, in part to keep outsiders away from such sensitive issues as Tibet and Chinese dissidents.
So for now, the government’s solution seems to be simple: obfuscate. The Chinese and Russian foreign ministers spoke by telephone today, and while Russia’s Sergei Lavrov said afterwards that the two countries are in agreement about the crisis, China’s official spokesman shied away from taking a stand.
First, the Russian take: According to the Voice of America, Putin’s foreign ministry said today, “Russia and China havecoinciding views on the situation in Ukraine.”
But do they? China’s official Xinhua news agency yesterday reported China’s position, as articulated by a Foreign Ministry spokesman: “China always sticks to the principle of non-interference in any country’s internal affairs and respects the independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity of Ukraine.”
Then, late today (China time), came what might seem like a word-salad of a statement from official spokesman Qin Gang elaborating on the one from Sunday. “China upholds its own diplomatic principles and the basic codes for international relations, which have also been implied on the Ukraine issue,” Qin said when asked for comments on Russia’s actions. “Meanwhile, we have also taken the historical and contemporary factors of the Ukraine issue into consideration.”
Xinhua helpfully explained that this comment “clarifies” China’s position on Russia’s actions in Crimea.
And strangely enough, it might. Without stating publicly that they’re giving Putin a pass for interfering in Ukraine, the Chinese seem to be leaning more toward the Russians and against the West. Or, as Qin cryptically put it, “there have been reasons for today’s situation in Ukraine.” Hard to argue with that. There have indeed been reasons for what’s going on in Ukraine, just as there have been reasons for what’s going on in lots of places. Do the Ukrainian reasons mean China’s willing to look the other way when Russia interferes in a neighboring country?

The Chinese aren’t saying that just yet. But with China possessing veto power on the United Nations Security Council, the government probably won’t be able to keep quiet much longer.
[ Mungkin maklumat di atas ini juga menjurus kepada apa yg telah saya perkatakan dan diskusikan.  ] 

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