Bridge of Sovereignty


Amongst the criterias of a Country being a country is having a working and legit Government and piece of land, with borders and all. Not one of the criterias lists a country must have a bridge, especially a straight one.

So what the hell are we contemplating giving away our sands (the size of Singapore itself) and our airspace to Singapore? It should not be a point to ponder at all. It is out of the question, much like saying that we’re giving away our Sovereignty on a silver platter. Later, when we need another bridge or so, we may need to give away one of our State.

And with movies like V for Vendett in the cinemas, even the self-proclaimed optimist that I am, I’m fearing for the worst.

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5 responses to “Bridge of Sovereignty”

  1. Let me make this clear…

    We malaysian are courteous at the wrong place at the wrong time most of the time.. I know coz :

    1) being on a lrt ride means seeing pregnant lady and old men standing on a half an hour ride…

    2) hotel worker treat foreigners like royalty on check-in procedure while locals are treated like mangy beggar…

    3) its okay to trade land and airspace to neighbouring country in order to build a bridge…

    X) put your additional comment here…

  2. Kaz: yeah, let’s whine about it or start to do something! well, consodering I have only 2 tickets at the time, the first on my invitation lists are usually female. pepaham aje la…haha