It appears that exporting fighter aircraft parts to Malaysia is a blissfully easy operation.
Now we're neither talking plastic, toy aircraft here nor some of the many Tamiya small scaled models which I own and don't know what to do with.
Nor are we discussing home appliances, cute Nintendo or Playstation games or even automotive parts.
MILITARY FIGHTER AIRCRAFT parts, ladies and gentlemen.
As far as I know, the Malaysian government does not have any F-14s within its fleet. We have F-18s, MiG-29s and we have the infamous Su-30MKM.
But not any F-14s.
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But evidently, no one thinks it's out of the ordinary if a Pakistani brings component parts into Malaysia for an aircraft we do not possess.
And what does our government have to say about this?
The Deputy Prime Minister also said the government had no knowledge of companies illegally importing F-5 and F-14 military fighter jet parts into the country.
"It cannot be with the government as we have no knowledge whatsoever about it. I do not know if there are private companies involved in this.
"There is no stopping them to buy on their own accord without informing us. We are not in the business of selling parts to a third country. We don't do that. I cannot determine if any company had sought for the parts," he said.
However Najib, who is also the Defence Minister, said the government would not hesitate to act against any company if it had breached the law of the country.
You don't seem to know much about this country, do you Najib? And being Defence Minsister at that.
We do need to cut a sizable amount of your entertainment allowance, methinks. You're spending too much time playing around instead of doing your job.
Though if you didn't get a huge cut out of this deal, there's plenty to annoyed about, I'd say.