Category Archives: malaysia

Malaysia Invaded – 100’s of Terrorists Land on Beaches, Western Media Mute

March 7, 2013 (LD) – Hundreds of heavily armed terrorists have crossed from the Philippines and landed in the eastern Malaysian state of Sabah. Dozens are already dead, and the Malaysian military has brought in aircraft and armor to confront … Continue reading

Posted in Asia, malaysia, SaudiArabia, US

Foreign Meddling Ahead of Malaysia’s Elections

Xenophon: The Not-so Impartial Observer  February 20, 2013 (Nile Bowie) – Malaysia’s decision to detain and deport Australian Senator Nick Xenophon has become a hot topic of discussion across the nation’s blogosphere. Xenophon came to Kuala Lumpur as part of … Continue reading

Posted in Asia, malaysia

Western "Exceptionalism" Crumbling as Aussie Senator Deported from Malaysia

Senator was to meet with Wall Street-London funded faux-democracy front Bersih, IMF frontman Anwar Ibrahim. February 17, 2013 (AltThaiNews) – The Australian reported in its article, “Xenophon deported by Malaysia,” that Australian Senator Nick Xenophon has been detained and then … Continue reading

Posted in Asia, australia, malaysia

US Attempting Regime Change in Malaysia: Fact or fiction?

­December 27, 2012 (RT – Nile Bowie) – As the South-East Asian nation of Malaysia prepares for general elections, distrust of the political opposition and accusations of foreign interference have been major talking points in the political frequencies emanating from … Continue reading

Posted in Asia, malaysia, NileBowie, RT report

Malaysia: Victim of America’s “Irregular Warfare” Ops?

2010 US Unconventional Warfare Manual (.pdf) November 21, 2012 (Nile Bowie) – The issue of civil society groups receiving foreign funding has been a major point of discussion in Malaysia during recent times, causing controversy and drawing criticism from activists … Continue reading

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Wall Street, Pro-Israel Groups Support Malaysian Opposition

Editor’s Note: Nile Bowie had written this piece exposing the Malaysian opposition’s foreign funding and the duplicitous implications involved, in the midst of what is an increasing public awareness of the role foreign-funded NGOs play in destabilizing and destroying the … Continue reading

Posted in ASEAN, Asia, color revolutions, malaysia, NGOs

US Free-Trade Targets Asian Sovereignty, Stability

Malaysia & the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) Nile Bowie September 22, 2012  To commemorate Malaysia’s 55th Independence Day, Prime Minister Najib Razak published an article highlighting the nation’s various accomplishments, principally that while much of world’s economies are “either … Continue reading

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