Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Malaysian blogs on Singapore's radar

A couple of blogs my dear readers would be familiar with have been pursuing the matter with our military radars with great tenacity (see screenshots). This has not escaped the radars of the Singapore Ministry of Defence, which has contacted one of the bloggers to make some clarifications (the blogger will be publishing it on his site soon UPDATED! Click here to see letter from Mindef.).

The amazing thing is, Sin's Mindef is not denying the posting.

Our Mindef? Very quiet. Mmmm ...

Read the whole story here

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More soon ... (And maybe we'll touch on the Scorpene issue, too ... )

16 comments:

Double Y said...

Salam Dato Rock,

See this video..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isuDA_9aDT4&feature=player_embedded

Anonymous said...

SIngapore will eat us for lunch la. All Malaysia is good at is beating up Indon maids.

usabukata said...

ini macam buleh ke?

The movie is mostly in Mandarin and Cantonese with a smattering of other Chinese dialects, Bahasa Malaysia, English and Tamil.

The film's executive producer Fred Chong also said Nasi Lemak 2.0 had the full support of the Minister from Prime Minister's office Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz who had issued an official letter endorsing it as a 1Malaysian film.

Nasi Lemak 2.0 will be released on Sept 8. - The Star On line

usabukata

Anonymous said...

aku tahu singapore hairan macammana kita tahu pencerobohan yang dilakukan.dengan radar yang tak berfungsi kita tahu dia terbang atas kepala kita .mana mana orang yang menjadi proksi mereka ini sedang menyiasat kaedah kita melalui APA YANG DI PANGGIL ESPIONAGE THROUGH THE LEGAL MEANS. jadi mindef bertindak bijak dengan tak perlu menjawab apa apa pun tentang isu ini.salah dan silap harap diampun.daulat tuanku

wayan5 said...

Dear Anon 10:35

and you will be the desert ???

Anonymous said...

harap zahid hamidi tidak melayan post yang sebegini .bagi saya ia hanyalah apa yang di katakan 'ESPIONAGE THROUGH THE LEGAL MEANS'.

Ajimsan said...

yeah... one of the problem is as highlighted by TnT. They all too dependent on Marconi and those Italians just fuck them and the RAMF front and back. Been to two radar sites 5 years back and can't believe the state of our radar system. Can't even help the RAMF as all repairs of upgrades need to go through Zetro (konsep payung). Needless to say, gave up in trying to repair the radar as Zetro was not interested in local help...

Anonymous said...

When the time comes for our submarines to leave Sepangar Bay, we realise they can't submerge. When we try to fire up our fighter jets, we realise the engines have gone missing. We try to cross the shallow peninsular rivers with our amphibous vehicles, and we find that they all take in water, and the soldiers have to abandon the vehicles.

Such is the great state of our defence that the only people they can bully are those wearing yellow in their own country.

Seolferwulf said...

Are we still flogging this deceased quadruped? I thot that your earlier topic about kiasus and alleged air space incursions had been thrashed pretty thoroughly by Skilly and yours truly?

Yet here we are, propounding this guff again. To what purpose? To show up the shortcomings in our military preparedness?

Khairy J did an excellent op-ed piece in the latest The Edge on this matter. Not that I agree with his thesis, but he did make some valid points!

And Singapore is currently hosting a meeting of Asia Pacific Army Chiefs to discuss areas of mutual interest. A meeting where our Malaysian Army Chief or his rep is attending.

Anonymous said...

10.35 am

oh you mean the chinese in this country are very good at beating up the indon maids?

Yes I agree.

Anonymous said...

Next time they intrude just shoot them with our missile,biar padan muka this kiasu nation

Seolferwulf said...

Anon 5:53 PM

Another frustrated dimwit befuddled by the complexities of the modern world...not unlike the anti champ and the ersatz special forces wannabe.

Amazing how they sprout like mushrooms after a downpour.

Anonymous said...

Zetro's complete reply is available at http://bigdogdotcom.wordpress.com/2011/07/27/rmaf-radar-can-identify-aircrafts/#comment

It is under comments.... On July 31, 2011 at 11:21 Kobal Muniandy said:

Anonymous said...

Zetro's complete reply is available at http://bigdogdotcom.wordpress.com/2011/07/27/rmaf-radar-can-identify-aircrafts/#comment

Seolferwulf said...

Anon 9:23 AM

And yet, Ahmad Zahid has gone quiet after the initial flurry of accusations.

Why?

Has it anything to do with the rumours that he was poorly briefed by certain honchos in the RMAF?

Or whether he has a less than complete mastery of his portfolio?

Oh, by the way - is there any truth in reports that Singapore is responsible for air traffic control over the seas between peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia under ICAO regulations?

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