Sunday, June 27, 2010
Dr Tan Chee Koon and Death of Tun Razak
The real reasons on how our beloved Prime Minister Yang Amat Berhormat Tun Abdul Razak contracted 'leukemia'' has never been ascertained even up to today. On that very sad day of January 14th, 1976 the whole nation was shocked and extremely saddened by the passing of this great leader.
Little was known of his illness as Tun Abdul Razak didn't want to alarm the nation or his family. Even though he was always in pain for much of 1975 but he still went about the business of developing the country with the same vigour and determination throughout his life of public service.
Was his death sudden? Is it possible that he is the only member of his family to suddenly develop 'leukemia' or 'blood cancer' even though none right up to his great great grand ancestors have any such complications?
Tan Chee Koon was a member of a secret chinese society which transdcends political, business, gangsters, religious and trade union circles. The society is not limited to Malaysian but also extends to Singapore and Indonesia. This 'societies' are very secret and best described (albeit only partly) by Sterling Seagrave in his book 'Lords of the Rims'.
When Tun Abdul Razak introduced the New Economic Policy in 1971 it totally wrecked the 'Lord of the Rims' grand plan to control the political sphere of Malaysia. Between 1957 and 1971 'Lords of the Rims' had already solidified their control over the banking, economic, media and underworld sphere in Malaysia. With the failure of Lee Kuan Yew (one of the Lords of the Rims) to take control of the political sphere in Malaysia (including Singapore between 1963 and 1965), Tan Chee Koon, DAP and other Malaysian-based Lords of the Rims leaders set about their long-term plan to initially confuse, infiltrate, influence and finally dominate/control the political sphere of Malaysia.
Tun Abdul Razak New Economic Policy in 1971 really put a spanner in the works for their long-term plan because they had to backtrack to maintain their exploitative and monopolistic hold on most sectors of the Malaysian economy.