Sunday, March 15, 2009

Malaysian should be thankful

Malaysian should be thankful for living in a country where there's no natural disasters, except for:

1. flood that visiting Malaysia's East Coast every year; and
2. surprise (do you?) flood that comes as frequent as it can be it the Capital City, Kuala Lumpur, the city with world first Smart Tunnel; and
3. landslides that killed less than 1 life per year (safer than road accidents).

Malaysia is a great country, we have no tsunami (only one that hit us was because Sumatra is not strong enough to hold for us, not our fault); we have no typhoon (we do have some small ones but those are amateur grade, not professional grade, friend).

Malaysia is the melting pot of Asia. You see all kinds of people, culture, religions, languages freely mix in this country, except for some moron who wanted to chase away Pendatang (immigrants) or bath Chinese blood with their kris (Malay sword).

Malaysia is undoubtedly the shopping heaven for tourists. We have sales throughout the year with products that most Malaysian cannot afford even after huge discount.

Malaysia is the fastest growing country in ASEAN, well, after Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, etc.

Malaysia has the once tallest building in the world, and Malaysian are proud of it when fishermen in East Coast are still threaten by annual Monsoon, let alone natives in Sabah and Sarawak.

Malaysia is the biggest oil producing country in ASEAN, yet we are paying higher than market rate our petrol, not taking into consideration the subsidy (is there any?)

Malaysian should be thankful to those who run and manage the country since Independence. Without them, Malaysia will probably be worst than Zimbabwe.

Thank you all, thank you

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