Wednesday, November 02, 2016

KIasu started it first, now whines

From FMT about the total kiasu-ness of Singapore, wakakaka:

SINGAPORE: Singapore will match in some form Malaysia’s road charge (RC) of RM20 at the two land entry points to Johor – the Causeway and Second Link – that came into effect today, Channel NewsAsia reported.

Quoting a statement from the Transport Ministry, the report said Malaysia’s RC “is discriminatory against Singapore-registered vehicles as it is only applied at the Singapore checkpoints.”

The report said that details will be announced by the Ministry in due course.

On Oct 29, Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said the Malaysian government was not practicing discrimination in implementing the RC for foreign-registered vehicles from Singapore to enter Malaysia as it would also be implemented at the entry points from other countries in phases.

Liow also said his counterpart in Singapore was notified of the RC implementation in advance.

Singapore has been charging RC on us for decades. We are only about to start now.

“There is no discrimination. We will impose the road charge not only at our border with Singapore, but also our borders with Thailand, Brunei and Indonesia with a similar charge of RM20 per car,” Liow was quoted as saying.

An average of 20,000 Singapore-registered vehicles enter Malaysia daily via the Causeway and the Second Link.

Singapore has the bloody brazen bullshitting cheek to accuse us of discrimination when it has been charging Malaysians RC for for donkey years, and we have just started.

What kiasu Sing is saying is that Sing can charge Malaysians RC but Malaysians must not. What utter bull.

Now it's a matter of seeing whether Sing visitors will stop visiting us for cheap food, cheap petrol, cheap durian, cheap this, cheap that, and contrary to their anti-litter laws about keeping Sing clean have been littering recklessly and uncivilly in Malaysia.

And also when Sing levies more RC, whether we will stop visiting the island. It will save Malaysia money from flowing into that lil' island.

believe there may be a necessity for building a casino in JB (or even Batu Pahat) to reduce the attraction of Sing's twin casinos for both Chinese Malaysians and (wakakaka) non-Chinese Malaysians, to minimize Malaysians visiting the bloody island, wakakaka again.

And if the Sings try to be difficult, we'll send RTA to them, wakakaka.

1 comment:

  1. Johor Bahru's economy, and to a lesser extent the economy of the entire Southern Johor, benefits a tremendously from Singaporeans spending Sing Dollars at 3x Malaysian Ringgit.

    Many businesses of all kinds would find themselves far less profitable or even close down shop without those damned bloody Kiasu Singaporeans.

    This latest bitch fight will likely become a self-inflicted wound for Malaysia.