Monday, 17 April 2017

US & British governments seriously suspect three-month-old baby is a terrorist!

 US & British governments seriously suspect three-month-old baby is a terrorist!

Seriously, the US Government is more than qualified to be listed in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not for summoning a three-month-old baby boy for questioning.



Boy! Boy! Boy! Wonder how the British baby answered the CIA, FBI or whatever? Goo … Goo … Goo are the baby’s likely response!

The US Government suspected the baby to be a terrorist!

“It is really unbelievable that both the US and British Governments can be that ridiculous … making a fool of themselves to the rest of the world,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.

“But, Malaysians, please don’t laugh so fast and loudly. Malaysia too have had her share of world standard boo boos in the past, with many coming from religious Little Napoleans in the governments (state and federal).

“Yes, it is the overzealous Little Napoleans in governments that always turn their government and country into a global joke and embarrassment,” he added.

And the joke and embarrassment, Syed Razak said, “is even that much bigger, coming from the administration of super developed nations and the world’s most powerful nations”.

“Perhaps it is not just the Little Napoleans who arrogantly flex whatever little powers they have without using their brains, logic or common sense.

“Perhaps the US or Americans have become paranoid with terrorism and terrorists?”


Syed Razak, who is Gerakan’s nominee to contest N.37 Bukit Lanjan in the coming 14th General Election (GE14), said the “great American baby boo boo” should serve as a reminder and lesson to government administrators and administrations.

“Don’t be overzealous in any enforcement matter and action. Always use your head to handle a situation, not your ego or personal pride just because you have some enforcement power to flex or show off.

“Will our Malaysian Little Napoleans take this seriously or will they continue to contribute more boo boos to put Malaysia in the global limelight for all the wrong reasons?”

Here’s a news report posted by The Star Online on the baby being summoned for questioning by the US Government:

"World
Home News World

Monday, 17 April 2017 | MYT 4:03 PM

British cops question 3-month-old 'terror suspect'


LONDON: A three-month-old British boy was summoned to the US embassy in London for questioning after his grandfather mistakenly listed him as a terrorist in a US form.

Harvey Kenyon-Cairns had been due to travel to Orlando, Florida, with his family for his first overseas holiday.

While his grandfather Paul Kenyon was filing in the Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (Esta) form - required by the United States - for the baby, he mistakenly ticked "yes" in the section that reads: "Do you seek to engage in or have you ever engaged in terrorist activities, espionage, sabotage, or genocide?".

As a result, little Harvey's application was rejected, the Guardian reported.

And that's not all. The baby was summoned to the US embassy in London, to be questioned by officials, according to the report.

Kenyon, 62, and his daughter Faye brought Harvey from their home in Poynton, Cheshire, to the US embassy in London, just three days before their flight to the US.

"I couldn't believe that they couldn't see it was a genuine mistake and that a three-month-old baby would be no harm to anyone, " the Telegraph quoted Kenyon as saying.

"I went down with him and his mum and took him in for the interview, but he can't even speak as he's so young,'' he added.

Kenyon told the聽Guardian: "Baby Harvey was good as gold for the interview and never cried once... He's obviously never engaged in genocide, or espionage, but he has sabotaged quite a few nappies in his time, though I didn't tell them that at the US embassy."

The round trip from Poynton to London reportedly took about 10 hours, slightly longer than the 9.5-hour flight time from Manchester to Orlando.

Despite the trouble, the visa for baby Harvey failed to arrive in time. So his grandparents flew to Orlando on the scheduled date, while Harvey and his parents took the flight a few days later.

Kenyon said the mess-up cost him an extra 拢3,000 (RM16,500).

"It was a very expensive mistake, but I was hoping the US embassy would realise that it was just a simple error without us having to jump through all the hoops," the Guardian quoted Kenyon as saying.

"If you were a terrorist, I suspect you'd not be ticking yes on the Esta form anyway," he added. - The Straits Times/Asia News Network"


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