Wednesday, June 6, 2007

A Canadian View on 9/11

This is an entirely sober - and sobering - 9/11 documentary accessible on Google Video Canada. It's 83 minutes long and packed with the most revealing footage and expert perspectives I've come across thus far (and I've viewed just about EVERY 9/11 documentary you can name!).

In April I blogged extensively about 9/11 and figured that was it - there is now enough evidence right here on this blog to bring down the current U.S. administration.

However, the whole 9/11 plot is so ghoulish, so utterly EVIL, a large number of my intelligent and well-informed friends continue to RESIST the idea of a monumental false flag operation masterminded by a transnational cabal of secret societies with the help of covert agencies on their payroll. It's so much easier to buy the official theory codenamed "the clash of civilizations" and blame it all on Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda. Islamic fanatics are so uncool and irritating it's easy for anyone who subscribes to secular consumerism to scapegoat them.

If you happen to be among those who still cling to the official version - viz., four commercial airliners were hijacked by 19 Islamic militants fresh out of flying school who, against all odds, succeeded in slamming three planes into the WTC Twin Towers and one wing of the Pentagon all before brunch - I strongly IMPLORE you to make yourself a nice cup of coffee and set aside 83 minutes to view this video. It just might change your mind - if not your destiny!

Monday, June 4, 2007

Nuptial Vows Renewed!

It was good to take a short break from blogging - partying on a pristine beach on legendary Langkawi Island with my #2 daughter Belle and her husband Marcus on their 10th wedding anniversary. Belle and Marcus met while she was studying filmmaking (and he was doing his MBA) at Texas Christian University.

She graduated summa cum laude but after a year's stint as a producer at NTV7 she opted out of the scene to help build her hubby's fast-growing sports management company (Total Sports Asia) and raise a couple of kids (Max Alexander and Reiya Sunshine). Always figured my daughter would make a great movie director - but as it turns out she's chosen to put all her creative energy into producing epic wedding ceremonies for herself!

You see, Belle was originally named Tinkerbell (after Peter Pan's diminutive but oh-so-sexy sidekick) so that's where her penchant for Disney-style romance and Happy Endings comes from. Ten years ago she singlehandedly stage-managed her own wedding extravaganza at the Pangkor Laut Resort and now she's done it again... on an even more spectacular scale, with a grand vacation for family and friends at the Datai Beach Club that must have included at least 55 celebrants of all ages.

For the occasion Belle flew in a couple of hardworking specialist photographers named Zung and Hong, a videographer named Sean Lam, as well as a superchic decorator. I don't remember who designed her gown, but it looked every bit as good on Belle as it would have on Liv Tyler (I'm waiting for Belle to deliver the Official 10th Anniversary DVD, so watch this space for more photos from the gala event!)

Here's a flashback to 31 May 1997, the day I gave Belle away to Marcus Lüer. That's Belle's sister Moonlake Love beaming away at the back...

I was basking in the glow of being "Daddyums" to two gorgeous babes (pssst! their hot mama Lotus is still a head-turner after all these decades :-) who both married handsome, prosperous, and really wonderful guys... and who have made me a quadruple Dato' with their 4 adorable kids. I was extremely gratified that they all appreciate my singing, which augurs very well indeed for their future - and mine too, of course.

Go right ahead, folks... congratulate me!!!