Monday, January 4, 2016

Bolehland Has Its Own Version Of China's 135: It's Time To Respect Others

Bolehland has its own five-year plans.

I hope these do not include selling more strategic land and industries like power plants to Mainland China.

But perhaps that is something that is becoming inevitable.

China is now the world's second largest economy and its economy is slated by some to surpass the U.S economy in 5 to 6 years.

China is also buying up a lot of US properties and aiming for some strategic buys. It is also the leading lender to the US.

England is relying on China to build its nuclear power plant.

It is time to respect others.

It won't do to treat Bolehland Chinese as an easy and convenient target to shift the blame on them for the ails afflicting Bolehland for the government's own incompetence, while we kiss up to Mainland China.

It is time to stop playing destructive politics for selfish political purposes and to wake up to the realities overtaking us that are putting us at an disadvantage and perhaps at the mercy of others.

It is time to respect all citizens of Bolehland irrespective of their race and to seriously start cooperating with each other and working as one rather than trying to play politics with divide and rule.

The last, if not done away with soonest, is a sure means to guaranteeing a house toppling on its shaky legs (foundation?)

Perhaps Bolehland can come up with its catchy video of its own 115 (11th Malaysia Plan) that really tells us what we are gonna do.


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