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    Default As Beijing Held 1-Belt-1-Road Summit, LHL Challenged to Block Sea Silk Road Nuke SG52

    LHL and Ang Moh Trump and Thai junta among the Dead set enemies against Beijing Moscow gang, timed precisely the Beijing 1-Belt-1-Road summit, to demonstrate their resolve to BLOCKADE Xijinping's Sea Silk Road.

    They are sending signals of WARS and HOSTILITIES against each other very clearly.

    LHL is asking Putin Xijinping to nuke SG52 before they could use the passage of Straits Malacca to do their businesses.

    SG52 PEASANTS PREPARE to be Nuked yet?

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    US, Singapore, Thai Navies Enhance Cooperation, Interoperability during Multilateral CARAT
    Story Number: NNS170512-23Release Date: 5/12/2017 10:39:00 AM A A A Email this story to a friend Print this story
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    SOUTH CHINA SEA (NNS) -- Ships from the Republic of Singapore navy, Royal Thai navy and U.S. Navy completed a three-day multilateral Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) exercise in the South China Sea May 12.

    The three-day exercise included a broad spectrum of naval competencies and maritime security training aimed at enhancing cooperation and interoperability amongst the three navies. The navies are long-time maritime partners under the CARAT series, which began in 1995 with Thailand and Singapore as original participants in the exercise series. The multilateral engagement follows initiative to make some phases of the CARAT exercise series multilateral.

    "Multilateral naval exercises provide important opportunities to improve our maritime partnership with the Royal Thai and Republic of Singapore navies, by enhancing our ability to work closely together in cooperative security missions," said Cmdr. Doug Meagher, commanding officer, USS Coronado (LCS 4). "Our Sailors certainly are learning extensively from this tremendous experience."

    The Formidable-class frigate RSS Intrepid (FFS 69) represented the Republic of Singapore navy at sea, and the Naresuan-class frigate HTMS Naresuan (FFG 421) participated from the Royal Thai navy. Participating U.S. ships included the Arleigh Burke class guided-missile destroyer USS Sterett (DDG 104) and the littoral combat ship USS Coronado (LCS 4).

    RSN's commanding officer of Intrepid, Lt. Col. Leon Chua, highlighted the value of the multilateral CARAT.

    "Through multilateral CARAT, the three countries got to operate together. It not only enhanced our understanding of each other, but also further strengthened our relationship built over the years," said Chua.

    While operating together at sea the ships completed a robust schedule including divisional tactic maneuvers; visit, board, search and seizure training; joint flight operations; and communications drills.

    "We were pleased to operate at sea with our Republic of Singapore and United States Navy partners during this exercise," said Capt Chaksawat Saiwong, commanding officer, HTMS Naresuan. "This was meaningful training for all three navies and it deepens our long-standing maritime partnership between our nations."

    As the premier naval engagement in South and Southeast Asia, CARAT provides a regional venue to address shared maritime security priorities, enhance interoperability among participating forces, and develop sustained naval partnerships with nations across South and Southeast Asia.

    "Multilateral events are important in building strong relationships with our regional partners," said Cmdr. Claudine Caluori, commanding officer, USS Sterett. "Operating closely with the Royal Thai and Republic of Singapore navies allows us to enhance security in the region and our Sailors are dedicated to working with and learning from these important and necessary exercises."

    The participating ships will join the International Maritime Defense Exhibition in Singapore May 15-18.

    As U.S. 7th Fleet's executive agent for theater security cooperation in South and Southeast Asia, Commander, Task Force 73 and Destroyer Squadron 7 conduct advanced planning, organize resources, and directly support the execution of maritime exercises and engagements, such as Pacific Partnership, the bilateral CARAT series, the Naval Engagement Activity (NEA) with Vietnam and the multi-lateral Southeast Asia Cooperation and Training (SEACAT) with Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.

    For more information, visit www.navy.mil, www.facebook.com/usnavy, or www.twitter.com/usnavy.

    For more news from Commander, Task Force 73, visit www.navy.mil/local/ctf73/.
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    Default Re: As Beijing Held 1-Belt-1-Road Summit, LHL Challenged to Block Sea Silk Road Nuke

    Allah punished LHL for attempting to screw with Silk Road at Seas, gave LHL Changi Airport FIRE 911, to threaten LHL's Silk Air. Huat Ah! God is Great!

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    Default Re: As Beijing Held 1-Belt-1-Road Summit, LHL Challenged to Block Sea Silk Road Nuke

    Quote Originally Posted by UMNO Terrorist View Post
    Allah punished LHL for attempting to screw with Silk Road at Seas, gave LHL Changi Airport FIRE 911, to threaten LHL's Silk Air. Huat Ah! God is Great!
    So nice! See pics: Million Dollar Minister better RESIGN! LKY Ghost jumped out of his grave for this!







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    Singapore
    'Small fire' at Changi Airport T2 sparks evacuation, flight delays
    Firemen inspect Changi Airport Terminal 2 in the aftermath of the fire. (Photo: AFP/Toh Ting Wei)
    16 May 2017 06:43PM
    (Updated: 17 May 2017 12:08AM)
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    SINGAPORE: Changi Airport Terminal 2 was evacuated on Tuesday (May 16) after a "small fire" broke out at a room holding air-conditioning equipment, said the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF).

    Three people were taken to hospital for smoke inhalation, and the fire was put out by SCDF officers using a hosereel jet.


    According to Changi Airport officials, the fire alarm was activated at about 5.40pm due to "smoke coming through the air vents".

    pic.twitter.com/imFGDtgRRj
    — Changi Airport (@ChangiAirport) May 16, 2017

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    In an update at about 6.45pm, Changi Airport said the situation was under control and the cause of the fire has been identified. It added, however, that flight operations at Terminal 2 are affected, and that passengers should expect "significant delays".

    All departing and arriving flights at Terminal 2 were moved to Terminal 3 while Terminal 2 remained closed "in the interest of ensuring safety", Changi Airport said. Close to midnight, it said about 40 flights were affected by delays and advised passengers to check the flight information screens in the terminal and the Changi Airport website for flight details.

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    — Changi Airport (@ChangiAirport) May 16, 2017

    The airport management said that SCDF gave Terminal 2 the all-clear at about 10pm. It issued an update at about 10.50pm saying flights would resume progressively, beginning with some arriving flights.

    pic.twitter.com/PLBgVRUet7
    — Changi Airport (@ChangiAirport) May 16, 2017


    People were evacuated onto the tarmac of Terminal 2, including passengers waiting to board, those already on board as well as staff.

    Passengers, staff evacuated onto the tarmac of Changi Airport Terminal 2.

    Passengers and staff evacuated onto the tarmac of Changi Airport Terminal 2.

    Nearly two hours after the fire alarm went off, T2 was still smoky and SCDF officers were spotted taking fans into the terminal to help clear the smoke.

    .@SCDF firefighters taking fans into Changi Airport T2 to help clear smoke in the terminal https://t.co/Ess8Ej0laa pic.twitter.com/PjO2clYYW7
    — Channel NewsAsia (@ChannelNewsAsia) May 16, 2017


    Some passengers who were evacuated told Channel NewsAsia that they were directed to shuttle buses which would take them to Terminal 3 for their flight out.

    Earlier, Channel NewsAsia reader Noorazli Noor said his fiancee, who works at the airport, was told to evacuate as the smoke worsened in the departure hall.

    Another Facebook user, Glinise Lorenzo-Singh, told Channel NewsAsia the fire happened at Gate F of the terminal. Her sister-in-law was inside the terminal waiting to board her flight when she was told that the flight would be moved to a different gate, Ms Lorenzo-Singh said.

    Oh n T2 Is on FIREEEE @ChannelNewsAsia pic.twitter.com/yoPlNXFKJP
    — ✨RYAN✨ (@YuXuanR) May 16, 2017

    #Singapore Reports of smoke from unknown cause at #Changi airport terminal 2 departure. The Terminal is being evacuated. pic.twitter.com/QwyjaA6yyH
    — Genvisec Infomap (@GenvisecInfomap) May 16, 2017


    Fire alarm @ Changi Airport Terminal 2 pic.twitter.com/pP0PBWXIm9
    — Hachiroku (@FitriExtreme) May 16, 2017


    Due to the incident, bus services 24, 27 and 53 will skip the bus stop at Terminal 2, said transport operator SBS Transit.
    Source: CNA/mz
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    Default Re: As Beijing Held 1-Belt-1-Road Summit, LHL Challenged to Block Sea Silk Road Nuke

    Fuckface Cheebye Lee must retire immediately.
    This fucking cheebye son of a bitch has damaged Singapore beyond repair, look at all the filthy Indians and fucking pinoys all over the place.

    KNNBCCB.

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    Default Re: As Beijing Held 1-Belt-1-Road Summit, LHL Challenged to Block Sea Silk Road Nuke

    Xijinping too fucking friendly and civilized. He should had nuked SG52 US bases & that silly Changi Airport to dust.

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    Default Re: As Beijing Held 1-Belt-1-Road Summit, LHL Challenged to Block Sea Silk Road Nuke

    Easy to nuke US carrier. Plant a nuke bomb under sea floor in Singapore strait. Angmoh carrier go there bomb it.

    Bonus. Since they nuclear energy carrier angmoh carrier a nuke. Then double nuked in Singapore.

    Who planted the nuke there? The butler did it.

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    Default Re: As Beijing Held 1-Belt-1-Road Summit, LHL Challenged to Block Sea Silk Road Nuke

    That explains why the Thai junta leader didn't participate in the OBOR fuck fest in Peking. Kra Canal is now a thing of distant reality. LOL! Now, we must find ways to blockade commie chink ships from calling over at Kuantan and Malacca ports. Maybe we should have a shadow South China Sea pirate division? We or the US can train Xinjiang separatists to carry out the pirate attacks. Hehe, good idea?
    Opposition no more! Vote People's Adultery Party in GE 2020 to screw the daft & humji 70% deeper.

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