Thursday, June 20, 2013

Kenapa orang yahudi pandai dan sihat?

WHY ARE JEWS SO SMART? By Dr. Stephen Carr Leon

Since I spent about 3 year in Israel for internship in few hospital there, it came to my mind about doing thesis/research of "Why the Jews are Intelligent?" 

It goes without denial that Jews are ahead in all aspect of life such as engineering, music, science and most obvious in business where nearly 70% of world trade/business are held by the Jews such as cosmetic, fashion, food, arms, hotels and film industries (Hollywood and others). 

During the 2nd year, in December 1980, and I was about to go back to California, this idea came to me and I was wandering why God gave this gift/ability to them? Is this a coincidence or is it man-made that could be produced like the goods from a factory. My thesis took about 8 years to gather all the information as accurately as possible, like the food intake, culture, religion, initial preparation of pregnancy and etc and I would compare them with other races. 

Let’s start with initial preparation of pregnancy. In Israel, the first thing I noticed is that the pregnant mother would always sing and play piano and would always try to solve mathematical problems together with the husband, and I was very surprised to see the mother always carry math books and sometimes I would help her to solve some problems, I would asked, "Is this for your child in the womb?" she would answer "Yes to train the child still in the womb so that it would be a genius later on". She would solve the problem without let-up until the child is born. 

Another thing I noticed, is about the food, she loved to eat almonds and dates with milk, for lunch she would take bread and fish without the head, salad mixed with almonds and other nuts, they believed fish is good for the development of brain and the fish’s head is bad for the brain. And also it is like the culture of the Jews for pregnant mothers to take cod liver oil. 

When I was invited for dinner, I always noticed that they always like to eat fish (flesh and fillet) and no meat, according to their belief, meat and fish together will not give any benefit to our body. Salad and nuts is a must, especially almonds.

They would always eat fruits first before the main meal. Their belief if you eat the main meal first (like bread or rice) then fruits, this will make us feel sleepy and difficult to understand any lesson you learn in school. 

In Israel, smoking is a taboo, if you are their guest, don’t smoke in their house, they would politely ask you to go out for a smoke. According to scientist in university of Israel, nicotine would destroy the main cell in our brain and will affect the genes and DNA, resulting in generation of moron or defective brain. So all those smokers, please take note (Ironically, the biggest producer of cigarettes is… you know who.. make your own guess). 

The food intake for the child is always under the guidance of the parent, first, the fruits with almonds, followed by cod liver oil. In my assessment, the Jewish child, most of them knew 3 languages, ie Hebrew, Arabic and English, since childhood they would be train in playing piano and violin, it is a must. 

Accordingly, it is believed that this practice will increase the IQ of the child and will make him a genius. And according to Jewish scientist, the vibration of music would stimulate the brain and that is why there are lots of geniuses among the Jews… 

Since grade 1 to 6, they would be taught business mathematics and science subjects would be their first preference. For comparison I could see the children in California, their IQ is about 6 years back. And Jewish children were also involved in athletics such as archery, shooting and running, accordingly it is believed that archery and shooting would make the brain more focus on decision and precision. 

In high school, students are more inclined to study science, they would create products, indulged in all sorts of projects , although some looks very funny or useless, but all attention is given seriously especially if it is armaments, medicine or engineering, the idea will be introduced in higher institute in polytechnics or universities. 

Business faculty will be given more preference, in the last year of university, the students in business would be given a project and practically they can only pass if their group (about 10 in a group) can make profit of USD1 million. 

Don’t be surprised, this is the reality and that is why half of the business in the world is held by the Jews, who design the latest Levis, it is being designed in the Israel university by the faculty of business and fashion. 

Have you seen them how they prayed, they always shake their heads, accordingly they believed this action will stimulate and provide more oxygen to the brain, same thing with Islam where you need to bow down your head. 

Look at the Japanese, they always bow down their heads as their culture, lots of them are smart, they love sushi (fresh fish), is this a coincidence? 

In New York, the commercial/trading center for the Jews are based in New York, catering for the Jews only, if they had any beneficial idea, their committee will give free interest loan and will make sure the business prosper. Due to this, Starbucks, dell computer, Coca Cola, DKNY, Oracle, Levis, Dunkin Donut , Hollywood films and hundreds other businesses were under their sponsorship. 

Jewish graduates from faculty of medicine in new york were encouraged to register with them and allowed to practice privately with this free interest loan, now I knew why most hospital in new york and California always lack of specialist doctors. 

Smoking will lead to generations of moron. During my visit to Singapore in 2005, made me surprised to see smokers are regarded as an outcast and the price of a pack of cigarettes is about USD 7, like in Israel it is a taboo and their form of government is similar to the Israelis. And that is the reason why most of their universities are of high standard, even though Singapore is only as big as Manhattan. 

Look at Indonesia, everywhere people are smoking, and price of a pack of cigarette is very cheap only USD0.70 cents. and the results with millions of people, you can count the number of universities, what product they produced that can be proud of, technology.. never… can they speak other than their own language, why it is so difficult for them to master English language for example, all this is due to smoking, think for yourself. 

In my thesis, I do not touch in respect of religion or race, why the Jews are so arrogant that they were being chased around since the time of Paraoh until Hitler, for me it is about politic and survival, the bottom line is, could we produce intelligent generations just like the Jews. 

The answer could be in the affirmative that needs change in our daily habits of eating, parenting and I guess within 3 generations, it could be achieved. This I could observe in my grandson, for example at the age of 9 he could write a 5-page essay on "Why I love tomato" 

May all of us be in peace and succeeded in producing a future generations of genius for the betterment of humankind no matter who you are.

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Selepas terjajah oleh Perjajnjian Pangkor kita bakal terjajah kembali melalui TPPA


While ostensibly it is about trade, the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) goes far beyond the trade of goods and services. It will affect the health, social, economic, political, civic, educational and cultural future of Malaysia’s 28 million people.

Malaysia is currently negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) with the US and nine other countries to open up the economies of the Asia-Pacific and changing the way trade and investments are regulated in the region. The TPPA countries currently participating in the negotiations are Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States, and Viet Nam.

They seek to conclude and sign the agreement by October 2013! So what’s wrong with the TPPA?
Keeping Citizens in the Dark

The negotiations and the negotiating texts (the documents that are used during the negotiations process) are secret, and all TPPA governments have agreed to continue the secrecy on the negotiating texts until four years after the deal has signed.

This means that if they sign the deal by end-2013, the earliest that the citizens of the eleven countries whose government leaders are signing in their names can see how the negotiations were carried out is late 2017 or early 2018 (or if negotiations break down permanently).

So they’re telling Malaysians, “We’ve written up this agreement for you. Don’t worry, we’ve drafted it with your interests and welfare in mind. But you cannot know what we’ve written until AFTER we’ve finished the negotiations on your behalf, and you cannot know how we negotiated its contents and how it will be interpreted, until four years AFTER it’s been in force.”

Would you allow such a document to be signed on your behalf? Wouldn’t you want to exercise your right to see the draft? To object to provisions you believe are objectionable? Or to reject the agreement altogether for being against your interests and welfare?

Foreign Investors Can Sue

There are proposals on the table to impose the Investor-to-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) system, which will allow foreign investors to sue TPPA governments for any action—even action done to protect or promote public health, education, or the environment—if such action is seen as harming the investor’s rights.

Many cases prove that this can—and has—happened: After Canada banned methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl (MMT) because of concerns about its dangers to public health, for example, the government was sued by the MMT manufacturer—Ethyl Corporation—at an international tribunal, and subsequently had to pay compensation to the company and reverse the ban. The largest award to date that is publicly known is against Ecuador for USD 2.4 billion!

Furthermore, the investment chapter effectively empowers foreign corporations to ignore and override Malaysia’s domestic judicial, legal and parliamentary systems, its Federal Constitution and the unique and historical federal-state division of powers that Malaysia has developed over the decades. Other provisions could greatly restrict governments’ ability to balance the public interest and human rights against the private interests of corporations.

More Expensive Medicines

About 80% of the medicines that Malaysians consume are generic medicines, which are generally much cheaper and thus more affordable than ‘original’, patented medicines. For example, in Malaysia, patented medicines can be 1,044% more expensive than their generic equivalents. Malaysia already provides adequate protection for pharmaceutical companies’ research and products, which it seeks to balance against the need for affordable access to medicine and medical treatment.

With the TPPA, access to affordable, life-saving medicines for millions of people is under threat as it provides higher protections for the patents and clinical data of big pharmaceutical companies, makes it harder for generic companies to produce affordable generic medicines, and delays and restricts the access to generic medicines. This can happen through the proposals for:

-- EXPANSIVE PATENT PROTECTION for new forms, uses and methods of using known substances. These low patenting standards can extend pharmaceutical monopolies for minor variations on old products, including those that contribute nothing to efficacy.

-- PATENT TERM EXTENSIONS that stretch the duration of a patent beyond 20 years.

-- PATENT LINKAGE that prevents registration of generic medicines and facilitates abuse.

-- ELIMINATING SAFEGUARDS against patent abuse, such as pre-grant opposition.

-- BIASED PROCEDURAL REQUIREMENTS that presume challenged patents valid and measure damages by the patent holder’s assessment of value.

-- DATA EXCLUSIVITY that prevents health authorities from relying on clinical trial data to register generic versions of medicines.

-- BORDER MEASURES that could lead to unjustified seizures of generic medicines.

Generics Threatened

In 2004, the monthly cost of treating HIV patients were reduced from RM1,200 per patient to only RM200-220, after generic medicines replaced patented ones. As a result, 4,000 patients could be treated compared to only 1,500 previously. With the TPPA, cheaper generic medicines could be under threat.

Limits Access to Knowledge

The TPPA may extend the duration of copyright beyond the present 50 years after the death of the author (up to 120 years, if the US proposal is accepted). This would impact on library digitisation programmes, lead to removal of works already digitised from public access, restrict the re-use or use of out-of-copyright works; raise the prices of library materials; and lead to fewer purchase of works by libraries. It won’t be just libraries that are impacted, but also ordinary Malaysians and students, who want to photocopy a textbook, for example. The net result is that all Malaysian’s access to information and knowledge is affected, and there will be negative impacts on the research and education sectors.

Bars Internet Freedom

Internet Service Providers may be able to bar users from the Internet for violation of copyright.

Don’t Let Them Sign Away Our Future

The TPPA negotiations are seeing proposals put on the table that will negatively affect affordable medical treatment, environmental conservation and the ability to regulate numerous other areas in the public interest, It will instead maximise private corporate rights and interest at our expense.

Let’s stand in solidarity with other peoples and movements who are demanding that their rights to life, health, livelihood, equality, equity, food, environment, knowledge, traditional systems of life and livelihood not be jeopardized by the TPPA.

Monday, June 3, 2013

Orang melayu dan hantu

Punca UMNO masih segar bernafas adalah kerana orang melayu ditakut-takutkan bahawa ketuanan melayu bakal lenyap ditangan Pakatan Rakyat.

Seperti meankut-nakutkan anak-anak mereka jangan keluar atau buat bising diwaktu malam. Anehnya mereka sendiri belum pernah berjumpa dengan hantu.

Tapi mereka gemar menggunakan khidmat 'hantu' untuk kerja-kerja mereka.