2/17/2017

Kim Jong Nam assassinated at KLIA

The South Korean media were swift and detail in their reporting of the assassination of Kim Jong Un’s half brother at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. They reported that two women attacked him with poison needles and fled by taxi.

The Malaysia authority only managed to say that Kim Jong Nam was found sick after someone splashed water on him at the airport and he was killed and an autopsy was being conducted. These info were splashed on every media on the next day after the incident.

How did the South Koreans know so many details so fast about an incident in Kuala Lumpur when they were so far away but the Malaysians knew so little? Were the South Koreans monitoring and following Kim Jong Nam everywhere? And they knew that it was an assassination by poison needles! Who could have known or seen the two women injecting poison onto Kim Jong Nam at the KLIA? Interesting story. The South Koreans did not have accessed to the recordings of KLIA’s cctv.

Why would Kim Jong Un want to kill his half brother and do it in public in an airport for all to see and for a foreign authority to do an autopsy to prove and confirm that his half brother died of poison? This is like a murder done in public for all to witness, to broadcast to the world that he did it. Kim Jong Un must be the most stupid leader in the world to do such a thing, to be condemned and to add to his bad reputation painted by the West.

What is the truth? Yes, Kim Jong Nam was killed. By who? He had the same bloodline as Kim Jong Un and could be a threat to his leadership, so must be killed. Ok, a reasonable theory if you believe so. Now more stories to support this theory. The North Koreans have records of trying to assassinate Park Chung Hee. But who eventually assassinated him? Did the agency that assassinated Park also has such records of committing assassinations, more assassinations, in fact assassination is like having breakfast daily in this agency? Could the same agency or agencies did this in a false flag incident?

The South Koreans even know that Kim Jong Nam wrote a personal letter to Kim Jong Un asking the latter to spare him and his family’s lives. How did the South Koreans know? Kim Jong Nam must have sent them a copy for record purposes so that they can publicise it now that he is dead.

The suspect arrested could even be a North Korean, a turnaround defector forced to do the killing. What is the truth? Who knows? But the media already know, it is the work of Kim Jong Un, so obvious. Anyone wants to question the credibility of the media or the intelligence services that provided all the evidence?

I wrote the above two days ago. Now more interesting details are available. An woman, looking quite like a Korean, holding a Vietnamese passport was arrested as the first suspect. This is quite expected. The plot thickened when an Indonesian woman was also arrested as a second suspect. How an Indonesian got involved in this assassination is going to raise the level of intrigue. She looked Indonesian alright, at least does not look like a Korean. She could not be a member of the Korean assassination team, could she?

But the obvious, it is a North Korean job. Kim Jong Un ordered it. Hehehehhe, how simple is the story you can get. Yes, so simple. No need to think. The media are saying so. The South Koreans are also saying so. But two very high profile countries that have just as much interest to want to put all the blame on Kim Jong Un are keeping their lips very tight, like the missing MH 370 case. Definitely got nothing to do with them, so they kept very quiet. Credit must go to them not to interfere with other people’s business when it got nothing to do with them.

29 comments:

The Dragon Fly said...

The murder of Kim Jong Nam at the KL airport was probably the job of CIA or South Korean agents.

The arrest made by the Malaysian Police was the same as the misinformation and disinformation in the MH 370 case.

It was reported that the two assassins had already fled by taxi, away from the airport.

Yet a woman with LOL T-shirt and a Vietnamese name and passport at the airport.

It is not in the interest of North Korean leadership to assassinate Kim Jong Nam, especially at this time. Only North Korea's enemies and those who want to drive a wedge between North Korea and China, or make the North Korean leadership looks bad, would have a valid objective of assassinating Kim Jong Nam at this crucial time.



Anonymous said...

Kim Jong Un must be the most stupid leader in the world to do such a thing, to be condemned and to add to his bad reputation painted by the West.
RB

Tiok. But I think should be "stupid", not stupid.

Because just like Hsien Loong, if Kim Jong Un is stupid, how could he have become leader of North Korea, and so strong a leader some more, tio bo?

Virgo49 said...

Mr RB, you should have watch the Korean Drama film called "Iris" as produced by the South Korea

The South Koreans since 1953, still have the complex that the North is on their doorsteps any time that they are a whole nation of nervous wreck fiery ill temper people who throw ash trays at any one that angers them.

They are been brainwashed by the Americunts to have as many spy agencies like them. Thus, they have a very vivid imaginations of how these spies worked and how they kill.

Also, too many spies shows from the west.

If Kim Yong Nam were to copy South Korea, he will seek asylum with them rather than be at the Chinese protection.

He knew the South Koreans are not to be trusted just like our Sinkies traitors and feel that PRC is a better bet.

Yes, think the poison needles way of murders are possible with cyanide.

So, chee Kok ah peks don't let ladies beauty or ugly come near you and poke poke you.

You should always do the poking.



Anonymous said...

So, chee Kok ah peks don't let ladies beauty or ugly come near you and poke poke you.
Virgo 8:59 am

You suggesting Kim Yong Nam is a chee Kok ah pek which caused him to die?

Anonymous said...


whether smart or stupid......

whether right or wrong place..........

the fact was kim yong nam was dead.......

this was their objective..............

Virgo49 said...


Kim Uong Nam is still queuing to depart at departure hall gate as well in the picture when the women came close and he turned innocently to look at him when they needle him with poisoned needles.

He, playboy with class not chee ko ah peks.

Warning other chee kos like matilah.

Can be needle like him

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

Remember the blowing up of the South Korean naval ship Choenan? More than 20 SK naval crew died. Serious enough to cause a war with NK. All the obvious evidence pointed to the north. On close examination, piece by piece was found to be fabricated. Everything fizzled out subsequently when the South Koreans discovered the rat but dared not confront the real culprit.

Who do you think would so such a wicked act to provoke the Koreans to kill each other?

Anonymous said...

There are many possibilities. The probable suspect is north. But I have doubt. I disagree with this blog because the north is no longer struggling to seat into the top post. The fat boy has no good reason to kill this play boy now.

This play boy stayed at Macau. He was said to KL to meet his lover. There is possibility that someone might be hired to kill him. The vietnamese had poison liquid in her hand bag. The indonesia was asked to cover a wet cloth on the play boy s head after the vietnamese spray poison liquid onto the play boy s face. The poison was established to be either a kind of plant or from a kind of fish.

The whole action took only 5 seconds, well coordinated. One of the women was seen to remove hand gloves at airport.

In the south, the people rumored that this play boy was setting up a exile government or china will take him in when the fat boy collapsed. These are not based on probability. This play boy has credibility to be a leader in the hungry north? He is worst than the south president dependent on another woman to rule the south, currently under investigation.

I do not rule out this play boy s sin might have caught up with him in karma theory. Could be love could be because of anything not political.

The Dragon Fly said...

The Madness in the Political Leadership of Singapore Part 2

The following are the glaring threats to the Singapore economy, yet those who pride themselves to be world best leaders have embarked upon shoulder-rubbing highfalutin rhetoric to make themselves feel good, instead of seriously coming out with concrete measures to tackle these imminent threats:

1. The Anti-Globalization Movement of the West.
2. The challenges to Singapore's positions as the Air-Hub in the Region.
3. The increasing threats to Singapore as an Entrepot Port.
4. The advancement of clean energy technologies to replace fossil fuels.
5. The increased utilization of robotics and artificial intelligence.

The CFE report is nothing but a re-bottling of reports painted by the Economic Strategies Committee in 2010 and the Economic Review Committee in 2003. A sampling comparison of these reports shows the similarity:

1. On innovation and growth
CFE: Partner each other to enable innovation and growth.
ESC: Make skills, innovation and productivity the basis for sustaining Singapore’s economic growth.
ERC: [Bank] on creativity and innovation to power the economy.

2. On helping incubators and startups
CFE: Research in universities...adds buzz to university incubators.
ESC: Introduce...incubator spaces for creative industries and start-ups.
ERC: Continue to nurture local...incubators and startups.

3. On manufacturing and services
CFE: Build on our strengths in key manufacturing and services sectors.
ESC: Be a key global centre for high value manufacturing and services.
ERC: Remake Singapore into a diversified economy powered by...manufacturing and services.

4. On aviation and shipping connectivity
CFE: Strengthen [our] status as a global aviation and shipping hub...and enhance [our] digital connectivity.
ESC: Strengthen our [aviation and maritime] trade linkages and enhance our connectivity.
ERC: Maximise air and sea connectivity to strengthen supply-chain offering to manufacturers.

5. On MNC-SME collaboration
CFE: Foster collaboration between larger corporations and Singapore-based SMEs.
ESC: Provide incentives for MNCs to co-develop innovative products and services with SMEs.
ERC: Remake Singapore...where vibrant Singapore companies complement MNCs.

6. On foreign workers
CFE: Ensure that our local workforce is complemented by skilled foreign workers.
ESC: Give employers incentive to retain experienced and skilled foreign workers.
ERC: Ensure that our foreign worker policies...allow companies to employ the workers they need.

7. On Intellectual Property (IP) development
CFE: Commercialise the research findings and IP of our research institutions.
ESC: Grow...headquarter-related activities, R&D, IP management
ERC: Strengthen R&D efforts...so as to create and exploit IP.

8. On developing workers
CFE: Companies should play a bigger role in developing their workers.
ESC: Maximise the potential and performance of every worker.
ERC: Assist companies with preparation, training and upgrading of their Singaporean workers

9. On being a global city
CFE: A globally-oriented people with deep and relevant skills, in a smart city that encourages vibrancy, sustainability and connectivity.
ESC: The best quality education, advanced skills, research capabilities, and the infrastructure and connectivity of a global city.
ERC: A globalised economy where Singapore is the key node in the global network, linked to all the major economies.

10. On risk-taking, entrepreneurship and innovation
CFE: Develop an innovative society, where our enterprises and people...are adept at creativity and risk-taking.
ESC: Make enterprise innovation pervasive.
ERC: Evolve new social values which celebrate entrepreneurship and risk-taking.

After two long years of research and study by a huge group of "experts", what has the CFE offered? Zilch! Nothing that is new! It is alarming that it had failed to make concrete, workable recommendations to really transform the Singapore economy. It is very shameful.

The Dragon Fly said...

The Madness in the Political Leadership of Singapore Part 2

The following are the glaring threats to the Singapore economy, yet those who pride themselves to be world best leaders have embarked upon shoulder-rubbing highfalutin rhetoric to make themselves feel good, instead of seriously coming out with concrete measures to tackle these imminent threats:

1. The Anti-Globalization Movement of the West.
2. The challenges to Singapore's positions as the Air-Hub in the Region.
3. The increasing threats to Singapore as an Entrepot Port.
4. The advancement of clean energy technologies to replace fossil fuels.
5. The increased utilization of robotics and artificial intelligence.

The CFE report is nothing but a re-bottling of reports painted by the Economic Strategies Committee in 2010 and the Economic Review Committee in 2003. A sampling comparison of these reports shows the similarity:

1. On innovation and growth
CFE: Partner each other to enable innovation and growth.
ESC: Make skills, innovation and productivity the basis for sustaining Singapore’s economic growth.
ERC: [Bank] on creativity and innovation to power the economy.

2. On helping incubators and startups
CFE: Research in universities...adds buzz to university incubators.
ESC: Introduce...incubator spaces for creative industries and start-ups.
ERC: Continue to nurture local...incubators and startups.

3. On manufacturing and services
CFE: Build on our strengths in key manufacturing and services sectors.
ESC: Be a key global centre for high value manufacturing and services.
ERC: Remake Singapore into a diversified economy powered by...manufacturing and services.

4. On aviation and shipping connectivity
CFE: Strengthen [our] status as a global aviation and shipping hub...and enhance [our] digital connectivity.
ESC: Strengthen our [aviation and maritime] trade linkages and enhance our connectivity.
ERC: Maximise air and sea connectivity to strengthen supply-chain offering to manufacturers.

5. On MNC-SME collaboration
CFE: Foster collaboration between larger corporations and Singapore-based SMEs.
ESC: Provide incentives for MNCs to co-develop innovative products and services with SMEs.
ERC: Remake Singapore...where vibrant Singapore companies complement MNCs.

6. On foreign workers
CFE: Ensure that our local workforce is complemented by skilled foreign workers.
ESC: Give employers incentive to retain experienced and skilled foreign workers.
ERC: Ensure that our foreign worker policies...allow companies to employ the workers they need.

7. On Intellectual Property (IP) development
CFE: Commercialise the research findings and IP of our research institutions.
ESC: Grow...headquarter-related activities, R&D, IP management
ERC: Strengthen R&D efforts...so as to create and exploit IP.

8. On developing workers
CFE: Companies should play a bigger role in developing their workers.
ESC: Maximise the potential and performance of every worker.
ERC: Assist companies with preparation, training and upgrading of their Singaporean workers

9. On being a global city
CFE: A globally-oriented people with deep and relevant skills, in a smart city that encourages vibrancy, sustainability and connectivity.
ESC: The best quality education, advanced skills, research capabilities, and the infrastructure and connectivity of a global city.
ERC: A globalised economy where Singapore is the key node in the global network, linked to all the major economies.

10. On risk-taking, entrepreneurship and innovation
CFE: Develop an innovative society, where our enterprises and people...are adept at creativity and risk-taking.
ESC: Make enterprise innovation pervasive.
ERC: Evolve new social values which celebrate entrepreneurship and risk-taking.

After two long years of research and study by a huge group of "experts", what has the CFE offered? Zilch! Nothing that is new! It is alarming that it had failed to make concrete, workable recommendations to really transform the Singapore economy. It is very shameful.

Anonymous said...

Who the fuck cares?!?!? I don't even give a shit if any PAP assassinated at Istana or Parliament or meet the peoples session. Got public holiday or not?!?! Can make money or not?!?! These are the only important things.

Anonymous said...

It's an internal affair. Little impact on the world. Jung Un and his other siblings are like baby sharks in the mother's womb, they will try to kill each others until only one remained.

Virgo49 said...

Bro 11.18

PAP Ministers and MPs, you can't even breathe near them. They are so closely guarded more than condemned prisoners.

This show how precious their lives are or so many wonderfully things they done to have this kind of security.

So not even a fly can go near what more needle them.

Anonymous said...

11:18am
I will be very sad bros. I have another xo not open, one already finished last year so sad to see ahkong gone.

Anonymous said...

@ 10.51am Dragon-Lah Fly-pura ///After two long years of research and study by a huge group of "experts", what has the CFE offered? Zilch! Nothing that is new! It is alarming that it had failed to make concrete, workable recommendations to really transform the Singapore economy. It is very shameful.///



No worries lah?

Just forge an exonomic union with ah-non-neh sun, can liao?

CFE strategy #1:

///Deepen and diversify our international connections.///

Already taken 1st step ......?

Hint: (Refer RB yesterday post)

With "Syonan To" per GDP capita higher than ah-non-neh sun by almost 1/3, an economic union should be a win-win proposal ......?

Both just need to capitalise on their comparative strengths ......?

Ah-non-neh sun are world LEEders in AI, Robotics, anti-ballistic missile technology ........ just to name a few ......?

"Syonan To" just need to be the holistic hub to market, provide logistic, transpotation ..... mb even financing, insurance, after sales solution ctr/ hub ...... etc?

Mee also wrote a report (788 pages) entitled:

"Steadily and Prosperously towards SG100: Economic, Social, Political, Demographic, Geographical, Geo-Economic and GeoPolitical Recommemdations"

[Dun have the luxury of 30 Expert Committee Members or 9,000+ strong backup team lah ......?]

Total manpower utilised: 1-man Think Tank

Total time taken: 8 months

"Looking for a (reliable) publisher (and sponsor) though" .......

Virgo49 said...


Hi Bro, my brotherin-law publishing firm might able to publish it.

But the PAP might claim that you are plyaigising their report.

Or yours too good, they might impose a RO- Restriction Order.

200 copies for sale only with restricted stickers.

Anonymous said...

Ha ha ha

Angkor,

Never plagiarize lah ......

Cos wrote it in Chinese .......

Considering "contributing" to someone who can read in Chinese (and of use to him) ......

After what u said, now a bit worried.

Hua Tuo got killed by Cao Cao bcos of his medical knowledge .......?

Hua Tuo's wife burned all the copies after his son showed her Hua Tuo's lifetime works .......?

After what ah-neh-ta said, now a bit worried also ......

Come to think of it, Hua Tuo's wife was quite wise and did the right thing .......?

Anonymous said...

@ February 17, 2017 10:51 am

Do you think we have a bunch of geriatric old fucks mental masturbating in their ivory tower?
Too old to learn new tricks?
Too scared to admit their political bankruptcy?
Too greedy to resign their million dollar salary?

b said...

Somehow someone using malaysia as a base to commit crimes to provoke wars. MH17, MH370 and now this. Are they all just co-incidental?

Anonymous said...

@ February 17, 2017 10:51 am

They collect money until all the wealth in the country is concentrated with either the government or a few wealthy families.
Same with all the property.

All these fucking elites are not exactly very entrepreneurial or smart.
So there is very little creation of new industries or enterprises in Singapore.
The elites are only good at mental masturbating reports and policy papers.

And 99% of Singaporeans (who got energy, drive and smarts) to start a business do not have the money or the property needed to start a business.

So slowly, the entire country of Singapore dies.

patriot said...


Think there is a very serious big mistake, oops it should be grave or even fatalistic mistake in the Way Sin is being run.

There shall come a day when the 30% will live in fear as
the Sin Society becomes too challenging for survival for the Average Sinkies.
There is a Chinese Saying 逼虎跳墙, whence driven to dead end, desperation sets in and the Consequences will be dire.

Sin maybe small and some may feel that it is easy to manipulate and control. True as it may sound, reality may not be as simple.
As it is, crimes of all kinds are seemingly increasing and suicides are frequent.
A country makes a good home only when the people are happy with their jobs and livings. lf they have to struggle and worse, get exploited and bullied making their survivals too challenging for them 物极必反
there shall be reprisals.

Be warned and be aware.


patriot



Ⓜatilah $ingapura⚠️ said...

@ Virgo 951

» Warning other chee kos like matilah.

Can be needle like him «


I might be a chee ko (takes one to know one lah Virgo), but I assure you I'm a "nobody". Kim Jong Nam is a "somebody" who is perceived as a threat to some power structure, and therefore got poked by some women.

In my "sexy time" with chicks, I'm the one doing all the poking. 🤡

Anonymous said...

Singaporean gets nominated for 2 Oscars for her work in “La La Land”

http://mothership.sg/2017/02/singaporean-gets-nominated-for-2-oscars-for-her-work-in-la-la-land/
......................

Like Singaporean Joseph Schooling;
Ai-Ling Lee achieved greatness only AFTER she left Singapore.

Do you think the PAP government can provide conditions that will allow Singaporeans to achieve greatness in Singapore?
How to ... when the PAP government keeps collecting more and more money from Singaporeans?
No money ... how to achieve greatness in Singapore?

Anonymous said...

The acting PM of SK said if it is proven that killed Kim Jong Nam, it proves how cruel is the NK regime.

What if it is proven that it was the job of SK or some country, would it prove the same, that country to be as cruel as said?

Anonymous said...

lf the Assassination was carried out for the Koreans regardless of North or South, it only goes to show that the Koreans, both South and North are just silly.

Anonymous said...

The assassination of Kim Jong Nam in the region would divert attention away from Israel PM visit to Singapore.

denk said...

Rb,

is this a FF ?

well if it looks like a duck, quack like a duck.....

hehehehe

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

The Americunts are preparing the ground to assassinate Kim Jong Un and to do a regime change. More of such false flag incidents would be staged to paint Kim blacker than black and the silly readers of western media would lap it up and scream yes, yes, Kim must go. Kim is the evil one, the devil.

And the real Devil smile from a distance at the stupidity.

The Dragon Fly said...

When you want to do a surveillance on someone, you need a team of 8 well-trained investigators at the minimum. So, in order to assassinate someone, you need more than 8 people, most probably 12. The extra four persons are the killers.