Dear Leader Cameron enjoying the local delights with Indonesian actress and singer Maudy Ayunda who was showing him around a street market in Jakarta, during recent visit to Asian countries..
Jennifer comments – On BBC Radio 4 this morning, one of family representatives said they are not yet convinced the flapperon is from MH370. James Naugtie tried to steamroller her into saying it was, but she resisted.
If it was supposed to have crashed into a 4 mile deep area of the Indian Ocean, and it took 5 men to lift it, what kind of currents and forces were supposed to allow it to wash up on a beach?
Kuala Lumpur – Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak confirms that debris found on La Reunion Island is indeed from missing Malaysian Airlines MH370.
In a press conference held at 1.45am today, Najib said an international team of experts have conclusively confirmed this.
More to come
Forgive my cynicism, has “plausible deniability” been achieved. Is this at a cost of just under £500 million ?
RM2.6 billion donor identified – MACC
Kuala Lumpur August 6, 2015
– The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) said it knew the identity of the donor who had banked in RM2.6 billion into Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s personal account.
However, MACC said it cannot reveal the identity.
In a statement, MACC said it will meet Najib to seek clarification on the matter.
“MACC has received explanation from the donor who is from the Middle East, who has verified the donation made. However, the person’s identity cannot be revealed.
“MACC obtained the donor’s details from bank documents and there were four letters submitted to the bank when the amount was banked into the Prime Minister’s account.
“In the documents, it was stated that the RM2.6 billion was deposited as donations.
The MACC had on Aug 3 issued a statement that its investigation has shown that the RM2.6 billion reportedly deposited into Najib’s account was from a donor and not 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) funds, reports NST.
Only a week ago our own Beloved Dear Leader Cameron visited his Malaysian friends including the PM amidst much huffing and blowing about Malaysian corruption in the press. Prompting a media sound bite or two from Beloved Dear Leader Cameron who of course condemned corruption in all its forms.
Presumably including receiving “donations” from mysterious middle eastern sources ahem.
Poju Zabludowicz ( Bicom ) has donated funds to David Cameron through his firm Tamares Real Estate Investments
RM2.6 billion donor identified – MACC
2600000000 Malaysian Ringgit equals 428,458,784 British Pounds Some “donation” indeed.
At list price today, the 777-200ER would cost $261.5 million and would be the lowest priced model of the 777 family.http://www.usatoday.com/story/
Cops raid MACC’s special operations office
BY RAM ANAND
Published: 5 August 2015 7:34 PM
Prime Minister David Cameron Visits Malaysia
July 30, 2015
Dear Leader Cameron enjoying the local delights with Indonesian actress and singer Maudy Ayunda who was showing him around a street market in Jakarta.
Kuala Lumpur – Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron is undertaking a working visits Malaysia today as part of his four-nation visit to Southeast Asia.
The Foreign Ministry in a statement tonight said Cameron is scheduled to hold a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak whereby both leaders will hold discussion on various issues.
“Both leaders will take stock of bilateral relations including in the areas of trade and investment, education and defence as well as cooperation within the framework of the Commonwealth and the United Nations.
Cameron would be accompanied by Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Sajid Javid, Minister of State for Trade and Investment, Lord Francis Maude, Minister for Small Business, Industry and Enterprise, Anna Soubry, Minister of State for Defence Procurement, Philip Dunne, and a 30-member business delegation, it added.
Plausible deniability is the ability for persons (typically senior officials in a formal or informal chain of command) to deny knowledge of and responsibility for any damnable actions committed by others (usually subordinates in an organizational hierarchy) because of a lack of evidence that can confirm their participation, even if they were personally involved in or at least willfully ignorant of the actions. In the case that illegal or otherwise disreputable and unpopular activities become public, high-ranking officials may deny any awareness of such act in order to insulate themselves and shift blame onto the agents who carried out the acts, confident that their doubters will be unable to prove otherwise. The lack of evidence to the contrary ostensibly makes the denial plausible, that is, credible, although sometimes it merely makes it unactionable. The term typically implies forethought, such as intentionally setting up the conditions to plausibly avoid responsibility for one’s (future) actions or knowledge. In some organizations, legal doctrines such as command responsibility exist to hold major parties responsible for the actions of subordinates involved in heinous acts and nullify any legal protection that their denial of involvement would carry.
In politics and espionage, deniability refers to the ability of a powerful player or intelligence agency to pass the buck and avoid blowback by secretly arranging for an action to be taken on their behalf by a third party ostensibly unconnected with the major player. In political campaigns, plausible deniability enables candidates to stay clean and denounce third-party advertisements that use unethical approaches or potentially libellous innuendo.