1. Mindef Says No, Strategy says Yes.
Jen Azizan also brushed off speculation that the services of its MiG-29N aircraft would be terminated with the acquisition of the Sukhoi jets.
“Throughout its service, the MiG-29 has been recognised as the most suitable for the job.”
Nevertheless, he said that since the MIG-29N aircraft was more of an air interdiction aircraft, the RMAF was planning to acquire six multi-role combat aircraft to increase the capability of the existing warfare system.
However, a foreign defense publication has a different take:
Malaysia is getting rid of its MiG-29 fighters, and replacing them with Su-30s.
2. Rankings high yet banana state looms...hahahaha
a) In terms of safety, the much maligned PDRM must be having a chuckle given that they did better than their former colonisers:
http://www.visionofhumanity.org/gpi/results/rankings/2009/ . In fact, that's a twelve places leap from the previous year.
b) in terms of competitiveness, up four rungs: http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/5/27/business/20080527123201&sec=business
c) in terms of rankings , study Malaysia'a performance at : http://www.weforum.org/en/initiatives/gcp/Global%20Competitiveness%20Report/index.htm
Yet someone senile sees it fit to ridicule his own country just because some stadium decided to bring its roof down. Get a life dude before its too late cos the grave's acalling..hahahahaha..LOL. Another stupid fella in search of political Viagra... a case of like son like father...