(Taken from a USA based blog)
Malaysia Invaded - 100's of Terrorists Land on Beaches, Western Media Mute
Hundreds of heavily armed terrorists have crossed from the Philippines
and landed in the eastern Malaysian state of Sabah. Dozens are already
dead, and the Malaysian military has brought in aircraft and armor to
confront the audacious, bizarre invasion, scattering militants into the
jungles of Borneo island. A seemingly headline
news event, the invasion has been downplayed and spun by the Western
media, many calling militant Al Qaeda-linked terrorists, an "armed
The West's woeful, irresponsible coverage of a
burgeoning region-wide destabilization, fits in nicely with its coverage
of US-Saudi funded/armed terrorism around the world, including in Syria
where US-funded terrorists of the so-called "Free Syrian Army" have
just taken dozens of UN peacekeepers hostage in the Golan Heights - just
days after the US announced it would fund the terrorists further, to
the tune of $60 million and the West's Arab partners have just granted
the terrorist faction Syria's seat at the "Arab League."
Terrorists are US-Saudi Funded Extremists - Part of Engineered Destabilization.
While the West pleads ignorance over the identity of the militants held
up in the jungles of Malaysia's Sabah state, the militant organizations
themselves have declared thousands more in reinforcements are being
arranged in the Philippines to join and exasperate the conflict. The
Free Malaysia Today newspaper reported in its article, "10,000 Tausugs
to sail to Sabah," that :
Thousands of Tausug from Basilan,
Sulu and Tawi-Tawi have sailed to Sabah to reinforce members of the
so-called royal army of the sultanate of Sulu who are fighting it out
with Malaysian security forces, a Moro National Liberation Front
official said Tuesday.
The Moro National Liberation Front
(MNLF) of course, is one of several of Al Qaeda's franchises in
Southeast Asia, and spun off the notorious terrorist organization, Abu
Sayyaf, a US State Department-listed foreign terrorist organization with
direct ties to Al Qaeda.
The Philippines' terrorist
organizations, located amongst the country's southern islands have long
held ties to Al Qaeda and receive funding and support from Saudi Arabia.
AFP reported in their 2010 article, "WikiLeaks: US suspected Saudi
ambassador to the Philippines of terror link," that:
States suspected a Saudi Arabian ambassador to the Philippines of
potential involvement in funding terrorists, according to US diplomatic
cables released by WikiLeaks this week.