Sunday, June 08, 2014

More to it than meets the eye in Johore......!


We will be gobbled from the top and from the bottom!

New Singapore metropolis....a lot of people are helping Singapore to realise this!

Part of Singapore metropolis southward involving Indonesia land...with the help of few corrupt generals!

Its happening in Penang and Selangor already!
Whats happening in Penang and Selangor you might ask, well if your minds are that insular and simple Malay minds you will probably miss and not see it.
Let me put it very bluntly....these two states will be hard to "take" back to the fold since a lot of foreign money are in to make these two states not again to be belong to the BN, or to Umno or to the pathethic Malays.
Now to Johore!  I can bet my bottom ringgit (not much though) that what is happening in Johore vis a vis corruption, as reported, is that there is a bigger game afoot, if Umno politicians, or members of the royalty refused to see the bigger picture. That picture is SINGAPURA!!
That island republic's undeclared motto is: Corrupt them, then control!
Neighbouring Bataam, which is part of the Republic of Indonesia, is already well entrenched into Singapore's economy.  High priced property in this island is fully owned by Singaporeans, or indirectly the Singapore government.  Bataam, for all intent and purposes, is indeed part of Singapore!
The next century Singapore might want to expand westward, northward or any ward.  Why? it needs more breathing space for its population and its economy.  From afar I see that the Iskandar Malaysia Economic region is meant for rich Singaporean, and no mere Malay or Malaysian mortal will be able to afford the property there.
Simple arithmetic really for Singapore.  Just feed the greedy Malaysians with money and sex and their minds will be taken away from their feeble feeling and sense of nationalism, patriotism and that feeling of pride being a citizen of ones country.
Yes, money lots of money, and sex and that illusion of ones being important, and the next thing we know is we lost our land to others.  Or in Malay: Kampung kita tergadai! Read here...
We, bloggers and writers and journalists can write about the subject until the proverbial cows come home but alas the Malays are a peculiar species: they are weak, easily tempted, envious of other Malays, not too well educated to the fullest, love the good and easy life, but deep inside they are not capable of cherishing what values that have.
If you ask me what can be done to help, my answer would be "I am stumped for answers vis a vis my race!"  More reading here if you wish!

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