Wednesday, 28 July 2010

UFO: Malaysia or Malaya?

This is the usual error among Malayans calling Malaya as Malaysia.
Even the fierce looking Immigration Director of Malaysia, indicated
that Malaysia does not include Sabah and Sarawak in his statistics
which nobody seem to comment on.
The detected illegal immigrants does not appear to be from Indonesia
and Philippines which is the case for Sabah, but certainly not much in
West Malaysia, so the statistics is only for Malaya, not Malaysia.

And this author for this article, only refer to Malaysia in the 1950s.
Malaysia does not exist in the 1950s. It was only Malaya, or Federated
Malay States.

As for the UFO, with so many cameras around, it is just inconceivable
that these aliens can hide themselves and yet they are able to do it
still showing its technology. All our Air Defence Systems appear
useless against them. So even if these UFOs exist, what can we do
about it? Nothing.
One thing is certain. UFO had been very peaceful despite their
technology so we should be thankful.

Recently, the local media and the local and foreign internet community
were abuzz with the news of an UFO (unidentified flying object)
sighting at a serene beach resort near the city of Kota Kinabalu in

According to the press reports, the sightings of the round blue silent
flying object in the sky were witnessed by many locals and tourists.
Apparently some of the people who witnessed this UFO even claimed that
their handphone 'went dead' mysteriously when they tried to record the
moments of the UFO with their device.

Ufologists (researchers studying on UFOs) describe UFO as sightings of
an object or light seen in the sky or land whose appearance,
trajectory, actions, motions, lights and colors do not have a logical,
conventional or natural explanation.

Sightings of UFOs in Malaysia have been reported by the local media on
and off over many years. The first recorded sighting of an UFO
apparently took place in 1950s in Malaysia. Subsequently there have
been many reports emerging in the press around the Asian region.
However all these sightings remain just as another newspaper report
and I have not heard of the authorities making any attempt to
investigate these sightings to validate the claims.

In the recent UFO sighting at the Tuaran Beach Resort in Sabah, the
police according to press reports, did not undertake any
investigations over the incident which created somewhat of a stir in
the community. It was also reported in the press that police did not
conduct any investigations on the UFO sighting as there were no police
reports on the matter. Is a police report a necessity for an
investigation of this nature?

In my opinion, we should not brush aside or scoff at UFO sightings of
this nature. The authorities, especially those involved in the
national security sector, should conduct an investigation on such
credible sightings immediately. We should not leave reports of UFO
sightings of such nature for granted or unattended .

Whatever it is the authorities should undertake an investigation to
ascertain the validity of the report. A proper investigation should be
carried out and situation should be explained to the public. Otherwise
this will only create opportunities for the naive public and the media
to speculate on the incident further.

The authorities have an obligation to explain to the public what was
that the people witnessed hovering in the Sabah sky that day. We need
to determine wether it was actually a UFO or IFO (Identified Flying
Object). If we don't have UFO expertise locally we can always seek the
assistance of renown ufologist in USA and Europe

According to overseas reports, 90% to 95% UFO sighting investigations
were proven to be IFOs and not UFOs. Many a time it has been
attributed to a natural phenomenon (unusual environmental conditions)
or man-made objects. In some instances during certain times of the
year due to atmospheric turbulence and unusual weather conditions, the
stars near the horizon tend to twinkle rapidly in red and blue colours
darting back and forth which people take as an UFO

Nevertheless, all UFO sightings should be investigated by the relevant
authorities to distinguish between UFOs and IFOs. It must be pointed
out that of late there have been reports of UFO sighting incidents
around the world that have somewhat got national security authorities

Prior to our latest UFO sighting in Sabah another UFO was sighted at
Hangzhou, China on July 7. The sighting of this UFO practically forced
the Chinese aviation security authorities to cease all airport
operations for an hour. If this is a natural phenomenon or man made
object will the Chinese authorities cease all operations at the
airport for an hour?

This latest UFO sighting in China created a stir among the Chinese
media circles and apparently sparked a firestorm of speculations on
the UFOs identity.

Several UFO sighting reports in the past in the USA closer to nuclear
missile facilities apparently created a panic among USA security
chiefs when the missile panel electronics malfunctioned for no
apparent reasons. Although the USA authorities have denied this
incident independent UFO expert (J.Allen Hynek) reports suggest

It's time we review our perceptions of UFO sightings in the country.
Evidence is emerging in bit and pieces that we are been watched by
some terrestrial beings. We need to scrutinize all UFOs sightings in
view of the security implications. Perhaps we should encourage our
scientists, police and national aviation security personals to
familiarise on the subject of UFOs.

We should train them to conduct a systematic critical analysis of all
UFO sightings in the country instead of brushing it off. If need be,
we should consider setting up a special investigation unit perhaps
under the national security council to investigate all UFO sightings.

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