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    Haze - Protest At Indonesian Embassy

    Heard that there will be a protest at the Indonesian
    Embassy tomorrow 11.00 AM.

    cough.. cough..

    Must say the Indonesians goverment have been very
    lackdaisical about the whole thing despite our complains
    the last time it happened.

    We already have a few precedents to take note
    but no preventive measures have been taken.

    The Malaysian goverment should sue the Indon for
    all the medical expenses incurred, badwill for tourism,
    any possible long term ill health impacts, work hours and productivity
    losses due to sicknesses any other financial losses as direct
    result of the haze from Sumatra.

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    And Indonesia will reply by suing the Malaysian tycoons who are responsible for the burning.

    Here, Pak Lah, is your chance to get rid of them without holding the whip!
    See you...

    Isa Rahim

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    Quote Originally Posted by isarahim
    And Indonesia will reply by suing the Malaysian tycoons who are responsible for the burning.

    Here, Pak Lah, is your chance to get rid of them without holding the whip!
    you mean this was a plot by our PM on affimative wealth redistribution?
    We protest to the Indonesians and demand compensation. In return, they sue the tycoons for damages. So, the wealth held by the wealthy minority is returned to the people!!!

    in chinese: 'Miu-kek!' 'Miu-Kek!!'

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    Protest at Indonesian Embassy???
    Read this :-

    "Malaysians want an explanation why the Indonesian government cannot stop the haze from becoming a tragic annual event," he said.

    But Foreign Minister Syed Hamid Albar indicated Malaysia would take a softly-softly approach, in order not to damage the fragile relationship with its neighbour.

    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stori...162605/1/.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver_bird
    Protest at Indonesian Embassy???
    Read this :-

    "Malaysians want an explanation why the Indonesian government cannot stop the haze from becoming a tragic annual event," he said.

    But Foreign Minister Syed Hamid Albar indicated Malaysia would take a softly-softly approach, in order not to damage the fragile relationship with its neighbour.

    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stori...162605/1/.html
    Indonesian government should take note of our complaint. There is a Chinese saying" Don't force the tiger to leap over the wall". Being a good neighbour is a two way relationships. Not one way. I still remembered when we tried to round up the illegal immigrants, the people there held protests and defaced our government websites.

    Hopefully, the Indonesian government will take accountability of this haze disaster.

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    Hopefully, the Indonesian government will take accountability of this haze disaster. [/QUOTE]

    It sickened me when i read the indonesian minister only apologized on the haze issue. Geeze.....next year, happen again, another apology!!

    Remember the repatriation issue by our government on their illegal immigrants..they even burnt our flag outside our embassy office in jakarta.

    The way i feel right now.......i would do just that too ~ burn their flag outside their embassy. I am just sick to the stomach with this country...every other day they create something .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver_bird
    Protest at Indonesian Embassy???
    Read this :-

    But Foreign Minister Syed Hamid Albar indicated Malaysia would take a softly-softly approach, in order not to damage the fragile relationship with its neighbour.
    Whats so fragile about the relationship?
    When your neighbour, year after year throw rubbish and hazadous smoke to your house, messing your life, making your children sick, causes untold economic loss almost to the point of choking you literally, do you still want to politely request that your neighbour think about doing something to stop it all ?

    After all this pain and suffering, one shud go to that darn neighbours house break their door down, drag him back to your house and let him live in there so he can see n feel the lovely poisonous haze, then make him pay for all the damages !

    Every year they say they will do something, which they never did.
    Every year, like dumbo, we listened and believed what they said
    Dont we ever learn? Are we plain stupid or plain scared of the neighbour, if we are scared, sure like to know what we are scared of ?

    Neighbourly curtesy has its limits....
    no more mister nice guy !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver_bird
    But Foreign Minister Syed Hamid Albar indicated Malaysia would take a softly-softly approach, in order not to damage the fragile relationship with its neighbour.
    I'm so sickened by our softie approach to problems of such magnitude.

    Now is not the time to send 2 ministers to TALK, not to humbly bow down to Indonesia and offer assistance, including CLOUD-SEEDING WHICH WAS NOT EVEN DONE IN MALAYSIA! They created the mess, they solve it, otherwise why are we calling them Big Brother? Man...can you imagine...cloud-seeding was not even carried out here, but we're going to fly all the way there to do it for them?

    What are we? A VASSAL STATE that has to pay tribute to Indonesia rather than they sending their envoy to apologise and offer US assistance? What a whole load of crap!

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    Malaysia is chairman of OIC and indo is biggest muslim brother. Cannot upset big brother just like daughter got into deep sh#t for saying father is absent-minded. This is malay way like all the parrots of U Must Not Oppose party will tell you. Hence the polite polite way..in the meantime it's OK if citizens cough blood to get rid of some body toxins year in year out.

    Wonder what would happen if the smog originated from Singapore. Cut water is becoming a boring game...maybe start AP to export H2O across the causeway. Water King anyone??

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    sad isn't it, own countrymen are labeled as enemy with no kompromi tapi orang seberang laut is considered brother and must be softly softly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anitamoh
    sad isn't it, own countrymen are labeled as enemy with no kompromi tapi orang seberang laut is considered brother and must be softly softly.
    well this doesn't involve projects or money for the selected few. It is only health of the ordinary malaysian and we can suffer..thus don't expect much from this jokers.They rather lets us suffer than publish the API list intially. Now they lets us suffer with all kinds of talks. Why the freaking need to go to Indonesia to see what is going on. What air are you guys breathing? Time to take of the velvet glove and start playing hard ball..but wait our ministers don't have balls when dealing on issues like this with our neighbour.

    Come on freaking ministers, this has been happening since 1997 and you still need to go to Indonesia, check if there is Msian companies involved, use soft approach, receive yearly apologies...no need to take a kerislah, just bring your balls and wear your pants. Don't sandiwara with us. Some of us can die from this while others are suffering from bad health. You bloody ministers are responsible for the safety of the country.get Indonesia to put a stop to it and stop all development in peat soil areas like Dengkil, Cyberjaya, along elite highway. Do your job that you took an oath on or get loss. No one is indispensable.

    Time for action now, we don't want to hear the same banana freaking story next year. $^#& you no balls SOGs. People are suffering!!!!

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