Tuesday, 3 June 2014


Throwback: July 4th 2011 Party

Video made by Elliot Rodger at a 4th of July party with some friends in 2011.

The youth second from the left looks like a younger version of Peter Rodger?

"If we read his 140-page My Twisted World: The Story of Elliot Rodger ... we can see that women were generally irrelevant to Elliot...

"Elliot writes about women as flat, faceless characters. They rarely have names, and never have personalities...

"Men, on the other hand, are described in detail."

Elliot Rodger wasn't interested in women


Young Elliot's ear.

Older Elliot's ear.

Why do Elliot's ear lobes look different in each photo?

We assume that the younger Elliot is not the same person as the older Elliot.

Music producer Helen Yap, from Penang, who is a friend of Elliot Rodger and his mother.

Elliot Rodger, according to 'his document', was in Penang when he was aged 13.

That would have been around 2004, as Elliot 'died' at the age of 23.

Elliot Rodger does not mention the Tsunami which hit Penang in late 2004.

Penang 2004.

Elliot Rodger's mother, Chinese-Malaysian Ong Li Chin, is from Penang.

Elliot Rodger remembers happy days in Penang, at the age of 13.

He said that, in Penang, they met up with several relatives including his grandmother, Ah Mah.

“We met up with Ah Mah, my mother’s sister Min and her husband Jack and cousin Emma. They were also visiting Malaysia from England.”

Anonymous comments: "In Cantonese Chinese Ah Mah is the grandmother on the father's side, with the grandmother on the mother's side being Ah Por.

"So it would seem strange for him to describe his mother's mother as Ah Mah. She should be Ah Por."

'Elliot' wrote: “During the trip, we toured the island of Penang, visited George Town, went to a fun water park and had very delicious meals at many exotic restaurants,” he said.

Elliot said the vacation was so nice that he did not miss his life in the United States

Elliot recounts memories of Penang in last document

Elliot Rodger

Penang is an interesting place.


Fariq Abdul Hamid, the co-pilot of missing flight MH370, attempted to make a phone call from his mobile phone while the aircraft was flying over Penang, the New Straits Times reported.

Call traced to co-pilot's phone

In the case of the Missing MH370, the Ex-Malaysian PM hints at a CIA conspiracy


Royal Malaysian Air Force Butterworth in Penang has the Integrated Air Defence System command centre of the Five Power Defence Arrangements.

The airbase hosts a Royal Australian Air Force squadron [211][212]

In May 2008, two J85-GE-21 engines that power the Northrop F-5E Tiger II fighter jets belonging to the Royal Malaysian Air Force were reported missing, as of sometime in 2007, from an RMAF warehouse in Kuala Lumpur during Najib's tenure as Defence Minister in Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's Cabinet. 

The jet engines belonged to the 12th Squadron (Scorpion) based in Butterworth. The issue became a matter of political dispute,[35] and it was reported a brigadier-general, 40 other armed forces personnel, had been sacked over the incident.[36] On 6 January 2010, two Malaysians, an Airman (Sergeant) and a civilian contractor, were charged in connection with the theft and disposal of both engines.[37]

On 5 February 2010, Attorney-General Abdul Gani Patail revealed that the two missing engines had been found in Uruguay with the help of the government there and the Malaysian government is proceeding with the necessary measures to secure their return. Investigations showed that the engines were taken out of the RMAF base on 20 December 2007 and 1 Jan 2008, and sent to a warehouse in Subang Jaya before being shipped out of Malaysia to South America.[38][39]

Someone pointed out that the shadows show Elliot and his hand and camera.


  1. different eyes too

  2. While the below linked video gets slightly 'preachy' for my tastes at times the author makes some interesting revelations about Bryan Singer's X-Men series as being guised in gay allegory.


    Most relevant comment gleaned from the above video:

    Zack Stentz, one of the X-Men First Class writer explains in a Facebook comment that:

    "Ummm, no offense but you're wrong. I helped write the movie, I can tell you the gay rights, post holocaust jewish identity, civil rights allegory stuff was all put there on purpose. Josh Whedon designed the whole "Cure" storyline in the comic books specifically as a gay allegory, and Bryan Singer wove his own feelings of outsidedom as a gay man into the movie series. The whole 'have you ever tried NOT being a mutant' coming out scene in X2 isn't even particularly subtle, while it is effective." -Zack Stentz Professional screenwriter at Dreamworks SKG

    Another interesting thread Aangirfan Thank-You once again for your contributions to society for helping clear up, in your own way, concisely and on point, the certain and varied 'maladies' that rake society:


    I, for one, particularly enjoy how you hammer the point home, it isn't about 'homosexual' relationships, or 'pedophilic' relationships, however unfathomable they are, considering consent can never be given for an undeveloped 3 brain being, but the fight is against those that would subvert free will and consent, and in some cases include any number of atrocities submitted unto the body for ritual purposes and harvesting, particularly unforgivable offenses. God Bless and God Speed.

  3. The photos of Mr.Rodger's ears do appear different, as it is said? However, people's ears and noses never stop growing. One reason wise people are caricatured as elephants. For wisdom can be from long life?

    Although the Hindu Ganesha, was due to the god Shiva cutting off the original head. Parvarti restored him to life, with an elephants head?

    In the case of Mr. Rogers, are his ears are shrinking?

  4. I hate to say this Aang but where you see two different ears I see two remarkably similar ones. Were I in charge of continuity on a film I'd give those ears a big tick.

    As to your question about why they look different, I'll concede that they're not precisely the same but only insofar as the camera angle isn't precisely the same. To wit: the first photo is more to the front and lower and the second photo is more to the side and higher - not much, but enough to account for small differences. I'd happily declare them the same person. The blonde hair of course is clearly peroxided.

    Otherwise (and this is doubtless of no significance) his grandmother was called Ah Mah? Is that not odd? As I understood it 'amah' was the word for a nanny/maid. With a name like that would she not have been constantly mistaken for a servant? Of course I'm not Chinese so I stand to be corrected. Perhaps it's in the tones, a thing I never mastered. Mind you, that's all very well in Chinese but this is Malaysia and the Malaysian language doesn't have tones so, um... what?

    yours confusedly (except for the ear pix) etc. etc.

  5. Same ears, lobe sagging a little more with weight and age. Same curves of ear. Same angle change on backside of ear. Same eyebrows. Same eyelids. Same shape of temple. Same look out of the eye. Same kid. MK Hollywood brat. Probably living it up after plastic surgery on a rich-man's compound with other crisis-actor survivors.

    His mommy or daddy dyed his hair blond during a fad phase. That's all.

  6. For what it's worth, I second the «same guy\same ears» option...The burden of proof is always heavier on those hinting at green screens and body doubles;
    Was E. Rodger a victim of MK? - All we can say is: possibly.

  7. Re the "Ah Mah" question above. In Cantonese Chinese Ah Mah is the grandmother on the father's side, with the grandmother on the mother's side being Ah Por.

    So it would seem strange for him to describe his mother's mother as Ah Mah. She should be Ah Por.

    As for the ears, I agree with the commenter above, they are the same person. The lobes do differ slightly, but the shape above the lobe is identical. Anyone with a habit of playing with their ear lobes will over time change their shape.

    I had a history teacher who played consistently with his left ear. The lobe was twice the length on this ear than on the other side.