Friday, July 6, 2018

Why Do Bolehlanders Think China Needs Bolehland And Not The Other Way Round?

It is hard to comprehend how Bolehlanders think so highly of themselves and so lightly of China

It is as if without Bolehland the Middle Kingdom is in trouble.

Any rational guy would think it is the other way around.

Without the Chinese trade, the Bolehland economy will go south. The Middle Kingdom is Bolehland's largest trading partner. In fact, it is the same  for most of the rest of the world.

Just because the previous regime did some dubious deals with the Middle Kingdom Bolehlanders think China is an evil out to bankrupt us and to take over the country.

No one owes us a living. We have to be smart in what we do. It is not for others to ensure that we do smart or straight deals. If we have leaders who are willing to sell their souls it is no part of another country's job to keep us straight. In some circles, that would be called interfering in another country's business.

The reality is that arrogance won't win us the day. If we want China to accommodate us, it wouldn't be wise to point the middle finger at them.

Respect is a better, if not, the sensible option.

At the end of the day, the Middle Kingdom can lose all the deals agreed to and yet not feel the same pain as we do. They can, if push comes to shove, just leave us alone.

Whether we come abroad the Chinese One Belt One Road and their Maritime Silk Road projects, does not ultimately matter to the Middle Kingdom. They can always get our northern neighbour Thailand to come abroad by offering to cut through the Khra Isthmus and bypass us completely and leave us happy as can be hahaha......

You cannot compare a country with a 365 billion US dollar GDP economy like ours to the 13 trillion one of the Middle Kingdom and say China is lost without us.

That would be funny leh!

 Even if you are a blind Maha worshiper hehehe....               
             

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