Take the so-called “ARE YOU READY FOR BN – NO!” video, popularly hyped by pakatan's paid bloggers and social network users. The video has always been dubious since it first appeared. Even more doubtful, many who went to the Psy performance in Penang never even heard anybody shouting No when Najib said, "Are you ready for BN?" Of course, to strangthen their claim, pakatan's paid bloggers even linked a more "honest" source, which is a news segment by a Singapore News channel. Yeah,sure...very honest...as honest as their sincerity to join Malaysia back then.
Before that, let's take a look at the very first video on the matter:
It was quite strange as many groups were proven correct when they predicted, many days earlier, that pakatan will plant several of their supporters into the crowd to humiliate Najib. But with the huge number of the turnout made it virtually impossible for them to do so. The only thing left to do, or salvage was to create this video. Judging from the sound, that "No" sounded like less than 10 persons crowding behind the camera. However, even with that, it only made their voices audible, with the roar of the crowd disranced away as a result. In fact, you can try the same method in a fully packed stadium. But the effect is, it will only make several voices be heard while the background sound, no matter how loud, slightly muffled.
The fact that the video surfaced on social networks barely minutes after it happened made it more suspicious. It was simply further proof that the humiliation attempt was planned...poorly.
I noticed pro-pakatan Facebook users keep repeating the video posting almost hourly throughout the whole day which made their claim more and more suspicious. But I guess they never expected that their video will be scrutinized by people who actually watch with both eyes open, and they really hate that.
To show that their video is authentic, pakatan bloggers linked a Singapore news segment as follow. Watch and listen closely:
Anybody notice how the audio was suspiciously choppy, or trimmed down the moment after Najib's "Are you ready for BN?" before hastily cut off? For years I have read Singaporean media attacking the Malaysian government, so, sorry if I do not trust their reportings. After all:
O you who believe! If a Fasiq (liar — evil person) comes to you with any news, verify it, lest you should harm people in ignorance, and afterwards you become regretful for what you have done.
(Al-Quran Sura Al-Hujraat - Verse 6)
So far, this is the video that corresponds and perfectly confirms in comparison with other private mobile phone videos that my friends took that I have watched:
Maybe that's why pro-pakatan bloggers never want to play the video in full. It takes too much oftheir time to edit it.
After it has been exposed and highlighted on pakatan's video manipulation job...amd by their foreign ally as well, pakatan's paid bloggers have begun a smole-screen exercise by posting articles saying that the true video is edited, which is quite natural to cover-up their follies or whenever the truth is revealed.
Okay, can we ever term what pakatan did that day (and many times before) a Black operation? After all, it seems to fit the bill: clandestine, negative overtones, seemingly not attributable to any of the opposition but having seemingly negative impact on the government or the individual targeted, and as always, deceitful.
What is this new-fangled thing we're talkin' here? Are we talkin' about plantin' Osama binLaden to areas we wish to conquer to create good excuses to annex? I wouldn't say it is a Black Ops per se, as it does not seem to involve any outside military (or so it seems), but still, it serves its purpose to deceive the masses. Perhaps these deception can be termed as a more of a mini Black Ops, or perhaps guerilla ops.
Who doesn't know what Black Ops are. We have seen one of the major Black Ops ever carried out when 2 passenger planes crash into the World Trade Center a few years back, which triggered major Islamophobia and the annexation of Afghanistan and Iraq. See? It's simple: blow up 2 obsolete towers, blame your own creation and get what you want. People who dies? They're just collateral damage.
But what are we saying here? As far as I have seen, this is nothing new. Pakatan has been known to create deceptive scenarios to create an impact, or an advantage on their side.
Of course, just like major Black Ops, there are questions and revelations that can be found, much to the chagrin of the one-eyed and his disciples, and that includes all those that pakatan designed.
The VK Lingam tape case was one of the many early works of these so-called Black Ops or deception.
The video above was shot by Loh Gwo Burne, who later became an MP, famous for not doing anything...anyway, the story goes that Loh was there with somebody to meet VK Lingam, somebody he stated he never met or knew. Loh also stated that he was irritated that VK Lingam was on the phone for a long time and Loh was "fiddling" with his handphone, so he started to record Lingam. I find his story even more incredible than anwar's claim that somebody wanted to shoot him. A very bored and irritating young man, fed up of waiting, used a major chunk of his memory card to record more than 10 minutes of somebody talking about something he "did not understand" and later "realized its significance", used it as a major expose for a political party which he suddenly joined and suddenly become an MP. But I understand that Gwo has directed another revelation in Malaysian politics and will be available for Malaysians during campaign season, known as Conspiracy Theory 2: Elly Wong & The Lords of Flatbush...
The result of the Royal Commission on this issue was a point of frustration as it failed to bring any impact on both government and pakatan. Worse for anwar, after all those planning, there were no impeachment, no riots, no vote of no confidence and themost insulting, anwar was still not the prime minister..
Who can ever forget Tiang Chua? He is an extraordinary man. Why? Well, it is quite strange for me to find out that some of my friends in dap told methat even the Chinese never trusted tiang chua. Why? I never knew, I never asked. Anyway, I always remember him making claims that the police attacked demonstrators during the Bersih rallies without any provocation, and how he goes around drumming the same song. But for a man whose faith lies in his bull-crap stories, God sure opened our eyes to the truth:
It was Tian Chua who provoked the police. Check out the video above:
1) Notice the police were standing guard, not even advancing towards the rioters
2) Tian Chua and his group started counting, at the count of 3, you can see Tian Chua charging with his group towards the police, mocking an attack. He can also be seen very unsure, most probably afraid that he might be charging alone.
3) Police defended themselves by shooting tear gas towards the charging crowd
4) Amidst the chaos and smoke, it can be heard clearly, pakatan supporters shouting, "Ambil gambar! Ambil gambar!" (Take pictures! Take pictures!) to their photographers. No surprises on what picture appeared in international news the next day.
|Final charge of the red-shirted air-heads|
Among the carefully choreographed move was the "Saya nak bagi surat, apa salah saya" drama by pakatan. Despite the fine script, it was poorly acted and ridiculously timed and badly placed.
This video is 2 years old...and basically I have no idea who in the world all the actors are. The storyline is, supposedly, the round guy in yellow was "unfairly" arrested when he tried to pass a letter to the Prime Minister. It is interesting, check it out:
1) Just before minute 2:17, you can see the Prime Minister's entourage and security walking in, notice that the camera never panned to its right to reveal the round guy waiting next to the cameraman?
2) The round guy in yellow suddenly dashed into the security at minute 2:18, crashing into several bodyguards in the process.
3) He was restrained by the police, shouting a very badly-dramatized script of "Apa salah saya?" Boy, his acting was so poor, he could've won the Anugerah Beruk Kayangan if anwar didn't win it already when he fled to the Turkish embassy...
Let's look at the whole thing from different perspective.
Physically, a short, round guy, with crew-cut hair, wearing bright yellow shirt, carrying a backpack. If he wanted to pass a letter, why did he dash and charge into the entourage...well, maybe after all the fundings by the one-eyed, he has no manners left. His movement was too stealth-like, which reminds me of Jack Ruby dashing out from the crowd and shot Lee Harvey Oswald. Of course, nobody said anything about that round guy trying to assassinate anybody here. He was designed for provocation: bright yellow, fast moving, intentionally crashing into people and a backpack as well. A backpack? Why, in US, anybody doing the same action as the round guy, carrying a backpack, dashing the President, will end up with a bullet behind his skull by the Secret Service.
It is obvious that there was never any intention to pass a letter to the PM, his objective was to provoke and get arrested in order to portray a very "unapproachable PM" and "police brutality" to the people and of course, the world. It was a plot designed to deceive the public, as usual.
There has been so many examples of pakatan's attempted deception, or their "black ops", if it fits. In fact, the list is very tiring as it is the same tactic and the same method repeated over and over again.
Just last month, an incident at UUM catapulted a socialist student by the name of Bawani to fame...despite the fact I have no idea who she is, over her rude intrusion during a seminar with the moderator Sharifah Zohra. I am not saying that this is a Black Ops, or something planned on a national level, but the same tactic was there. I was curious why there are so many videos on YouTube start only when bawani is talking about the great cow...err...ambiga and fail to display the earlier part.
So, what is missing in the early part of the video? Yes, those with keen eyes are correct: Bawani herself. She was not around during the seminar and the the Q&A session, and this was corroborated by witnesses at the seminar itself. She walked into the hall and straight to the microphone and started her rant. Whoever she was involved in planned this wholething up. The victim of the set-up? Sharifah Zohra of course, and the government(?). As the video was very useful to pakatan, their paid bloggers were instructed to promote it.
|The greatest special effect...also the most illogical...|
Just a small note on pakatan's drama and special effects department: if you have no talent, don't quit your daytime job. The picture of "100,000" spectators at Stadium Merdeka was such a joke, and worse, they couldn't even remove the image of a cross from another picture properly.
|So,is pakatan paying their special effects guys enough?|
With all the fundings, those were the best you can do? Oh deary, deary me...
But it's unfair to say that their work have been shoddy all the time. They did come out with such a magnificent poster for the Himpunan Kebangkitan Rakyat 2013, as shown below:
|The most perfect poster by pakatan so far...for their masters|
Well, maybe for this poster, they really really had to make it nice...or be sacrificed.
How do we see beyond what we see? I am no superman, nordo I possess any powers other than being a normal human being. But to those who believe, they always know that Allah provides his servants protection from the one eyed and his fitnas, and to this, the hadith states:
If anyone learns by heart the first ten verses of the Surah al-Kahf, he will be protected from the Dajjal. (Sahih Muslim: Book #004, Hadith #1766)
The knowledge is there. Let us look, see, watch, question and never accept things at face value.