Thursday, April 24, 2014

MH370: Not Hiding Anything

I am not giving up on MH370.
So far, the search mission has been a wild-goose chase. The so-called expert advice that Malaysia and her allies have put their faith in were found to be not so expert after all.
I don't know about you but I find this whole exercise to be disappointing and distressing. The scientific calculations did not amount to anything. The pings yielded nothing. The mini-sub plumbing the depths of the Indian Ocean ended its tenth mission empty-handed. And the Tony Abbot optimism had effectively evaporated. (This is the guy who tried to be too clever for his own good and used phrases like “very confident”, “very considerably narrowed down the search area”).
Forget about the Malaysians. They have nothing new to add and all they are good at is to make ditto statements that people are finding it tiresome to listen to.
Yesterday, acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein made one of those recurrent remarks: "…we have nothing to hide". I wonder. Why must he keep repeating it if he has really nothing to hide?
The Election Commission has set May 12 as nomination day and May 25 as polling day for the Bukit Gelugor by-election.

The by-election is being called following the death of incumbent Karpal Singh in an accident last Thursday.

Last Friday, my friends Amy Lim & How Yee and I celebrated my birthday at BBQ Thai in KL's Old Klang Road. Some photos to remember this day:


1 comment:

Stephen said...

conspiracies ... theories ... news ... breaking news ... fake news ... rumors ... every thing we had about this missing MH 370. They spent some hundred million dollars in search and are going to spend more .... even they sent Bluefin-21 robotic sub to find the black box which they say will reveal the exact reasons for the mishap ... but we had no luck as this sub also brings nothing about the missing plane ... so question is does it really crashed in sea??? if it is .... the location they are searching is really the one??? it seems govt.s are blindly pouring dollars into the search without the trust worthy info ... god bless the world ...