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Tun manufacturing another row to stir his anti-PAP S’porean fans?

In Malaysia on 09/09/2019 at 2:51 pm

And distract M’sians from local problems? Like the haze, cabinet infighting and ebbing support from Malays for his personal party?

Tun and his Chinese lackey discriminating against us to cause trouble between the countries and among S’poreans isit? Why liddat? They know people like Goh Meng Seng and Terry (Or rather one of his India-based writers) of Terry”s Online Channel sure to take side of M’sia whatever the facts: What Meng Seng and TOC don’t tell us about dispute with Tun and “Licking the ass of the enemy of my enemy”.

As will PJ Thum, Kirsten Han and Jolovan Wham (Nothing wrong in asking Tun M to intervene in S’porean affairs)


How Hongkies justify flying US flag

PJ, Kirsten Jovolan and Meng Seng can use this reasoning to wave M’sia’s flag and support Tun

The US flag is about freedom and bravery,” said one, a 30-year-old who gave his name as Peter. “It’s not about supporting the US government, it’s about the value behind the flag no matter who the US president is at the time. The flag and the freedom doesn’t change.

Quote from FT

They can ignore that that there official discrimination of Chinese and Indians in M’sia.

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Waz the latest row all about?

Our transport ministry will “consider the appropriate response” if M’sia applies its Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) requirement only on Singapore-registered vehicles, MOT said last Friday.

In April, M’sia announced that all foreign vehicle owners coming into the country through land borders will have to register for a VEP starting October. Only VEP-registered vehicles will be allowed entry into M’sia.

The VEP would be implemented in stages, starting with vehicles entering from S’pore through Bangunan Sultan Iskandar and Kompleks Sultan Abu Bakar, Johor. Fair enough as most of this traffic from other countries is from S’pore.

The second and third phases will eventually include all land borders connecting Thailand, Brunei and Indonesia to M’sia. Fair enough because there’s minimal traffic from these countries.

But last Monday, Tun’s Chinese running dog from the DAP Transport Minister Anthony Loke was quoted by Sin Chew Jit Poh as saying that his ministry was still studying how to implement the VEP at these other borders.

Sounds like we are being discriminated against.

It is not clear from Mr Loke’s latest comments whether the VEP will be implemented at the land borders with Thailand, Indonesia and Brunei, and how much later, said MOT.

“If Malaysia’s VEP requirement is only applied on Singapore-registered vehicles, we will consider the appropriate response,” MOT said in its statement.

Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/malaysia-vep-requirement-travel-singapore-vehicles-checkpoints-11880714

 

  1. the last time I was anywhere in johor or m’sia was in Oct ’99.

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