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July 11, 2008

Malaysia : Economy : Statistic Department : Case Study

Today, as many knows, as I wanted to have in my archive; today we will go to the department of Statistic.

This department is the main core department in running the government, as per say, it is a referral agency authorized and qualified TO BE ACCEPTED by the whole researchers. However, there are other departments or agencies outside there, privately owned such as KPMG or whatever, having details and you may get those details. This area of work needs a lot of mathematics. But, to non-aspired junior staff in those department they are only a database collector. So, getting a Private Investigator that is professional in this area, is not as similar in the case of marital or sodomy as in other political rendezvous. But, being Malaysian, as what we had experienced, many said ..SAYA BOLEH..itu ini, at the end you will engage them who are not qualified, and resulted in politickings and stupid paperworks arrive to your face. So, lets see what this official department can do. Here we go.

So, study in this, may lead you to the economic agenda. Then re-check with what the protocol had said. So, don’t simply cook up figures. Politician is only administrator to take care of countries interest parameter.

POLITICIAN IS NOT A GOVERNMENT !

PEOPLE IS THE GOVERNMENT. LEADER IS APPOINTED BY PEOPLE. SO, FIGHTING OVER ONE LEADER MEANS YOU FIGHTING OVER THE SUPPORTERS. GO TO THE CONSTITUENCY, PSYCHO-INFLUENCE THEM, TO CHANGE THE LEADER. WHISTLE BLOWING HAPPEN, IF IT BECOME A NATIONAL AGENDA. BUT, Do Your Math First. Otherwise, Wasting Time.

!@#$%^&^%$^&*(*&^%$$ sex drugs money corruptions bankrupt mindset poor math poor knowledge marital problem greed wrong circle of friends and finally murder sodomy and war. embarrassing.

LINK DIRECT TO THEM : Message From Chief Statistician of Malaysia

This is the Leader in that department. She said…extracted

Welcome and thank you for visiting the web site of the Department of Statistics, Malaysia.

The functions of the Department of Statistics Malaysia are to collect, interpret and disseminate statistics. In performing these functions, the Department faces many challenges in contributing towards the formation of an information society through the dissemination of information.

In popularising the concept of information or knowledge society, the Department has upgraded its information technology capacity to enable the provision of statistics to users, be it government, private or those outside the country. A knowledge society is a literate and knowledgeable society. Therefore, it is of paramount importance that the Department gauges its own environment with the expansion of the usage of information technology…read on..end.

Ko Yem Binjai

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July 9, 2008

Criminal International P44 | Blogged

this is a base

where you can get all the links. but before you understand what is going on, we just want you to read the articles. PRESS LINK.

as we entered london on february 2008, on the same day malaysia parliament announced the election date, we were placed under detention state in heathrow, our arrival was alerted by TAGGED since dubai, our destination was ireland. but we stucked at Padington. we slipped through the bayswater,  ireland came to us with 3 lipsticks, shared the room hotel, and 5 lipsticks arrived from roma while other team arrive from mid east, and we stayed there for 45 days. the french, we went to the embassy with her. some leads are so vital over a cup of coffee at art cafe.

but we heard another story strolled in. one of us return to KL and later, get out again to another city. you can read all here about the phone calls. but, sometimes, the rabbit can’t be a squirrel. gotcha !!

we declare, there is no cartel in malaysia, except of those in OPEc and drugs from burma, and singapore. if ever those who thought they are dealing with any in malaysia, then, they are not that cartel we looking for. they are chicken feet. info has been there, all are towards that direction. squirrel is there. rabbit is yet.

read what we do PRESS LINK.

yesterday, some of our samples and proof were destroyed. some other websites were misssing links, and destroyed.

this is not your war. you are not the one. you have not meet the big 9.

the photograph does not reflect the story, is just a sample.

some may be misunderstood, but, truth will prevails. rabies out yes, the silence in you may not know.

enjoy reading.

// goodluck -1.

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July 8, 2008

OPEC | Blogged

Filed under: Ko Yem Binjai, Malaysia, Republic of Malaysia — Tags: , , , , , , , — Nun Ha Alliance @ 2:59 am

Oil prices are likely to rise further

largely due to a weak dollar and geopolitics, Chakib Khelil, president of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), said Sunday.


“The price of oil will rise again in the coming weeks. We have to follow the evolution of the dollar, because a 1 percent fall in the dollar means four dollars more on the price of oil,” Khelil said in an interview with the local daily Algeria-News.

The Algerian minister of energy and mines also highlighted the geopolitical impact on oil prices, noting the current crisis between Iran and the West over its nuclear program as well as the previous sanctions on Libya.

“The embargo imposed on Libya has prevented any increase of investment in that country, just as the current embargo on Iran is stopping anyone investing there,” Khelil said.

“The United States is threatening severe economic sanctions against any group which dares invest in Iran. Similarly, the war in Iraq is why investment there is weak. No OPEC country can invest in embargoed countries,” he said.


“I believe that 60 percent of the rise is due to the fall in the exchange rate of the dollar and to geopolitical problems, and 40 percent to the intrusion of bioethanol on the market,” he said.

The minister denied accusations by some western countries that insufficient supply by the oil producing countries are causing the soaring prices.

“As producer countries we think that the current supply is sufficient, that this balance in supply is in everybody’s interests and that it shouldn’t be disturbed,” he said.

“The current rise in oil prices is in nobody’s interest,” he added.

Khelil said last week that the Vienna-based cartel would increase its output to 52 percent of the global oil supply by 2010from the current 40 percent.

How to curb the soaring oil prices tops the agenda of the summit of the Group of Eight G8 industrialized countries which will kick off in the northern Japanese resort of Toyako on Monday.

Crude oil futures hit a record high above 145 U.S. dollars a barrel in New York on Thursday.


+9 : Source:Xinhua

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