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What if Singaporeans burn our flag

I think Najib and his gang will bark like bull dogs if Singaporeans burn our flag. Perkasa is the first mad dog comes out with an eye with an eye retaliation against kiasu.

It’s shame to let Indonesians burn our national flag and we do nothing except sending protest memos.

What is our reaction plan if they continue burning our flags? Send 10,000 illegal Indonesian workers home for every single day they demonstrate in front of Malaysian embassy in Jakarta.

Our country is much safer without these two or three million illegal aliens.

Saudi deported all Thai workers after their ambassador was gunned down in a jewelery stolen scandal in Bangkok.

No New Demonstration Against Malaysia In Indonesia Since Tuesday

PUTRAJAYA, Sept 10 (Bernama) — There has been no fresh anti-Malaysian demonstration in Jakarta or other major cities in Indonesia since Tuesday afternoon, Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman said on Friday.

Malaysian embassy officials there did not report any untoward incident this morning, either, he said.

“Since Tuesday afternoon, no one gathered in front of our embassy. I am happy, and hope the situation will improve gradually,” he told reporters at the Hari Raya Aidilfitri open house, jointly organised by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and cabinet ministers, at Seri Perdana.

Anifah said he was in close contact with his Indonesian counterpart, Dr Marty Natalegawa, in ensuring that all Malaysians in Indonesia were safe.

“What happened in Jakarta, just involved a small group of people and did not reflect on the Indonesian Government’s policy on Malaysia, or the majority of Indonesians,” he added.

On Aug 13, the enforcement division of the Indonesian Marine and Fisheries Ministry detained seven Malaysian fishermen in the Malaysian-Indonesian waters off the coast of Johor, while the Malaysian Marine Operations Force detained three enforcement officers of the Indonesian ministry.

The case resulted in various reactions where members of the Indonesian Bendera movement demonstrated in front of the Malaysian Embassy in Jakarta and hurled human faeces as ‘gifts’ to Malaysia.

Meanwhile, on the clemency appeal for Sabahan Yong Vui Kong who was sentenced to death by the Singapore authorities for drug trafficking, Anifah said the ministry was waiting for further feedback from the republic.

“We (Malaysian Government) have done our best to help Yong and his family members and now, we just have to wait for the outcome of our appeal,” said the minister who had written a letter of clemency to his Singapore counterpart.

Yong, 22, was sentenced to death after he was convicted on Jan 7, last year for trafficking in 47gm of a controlled drug, diamorphine, a capital offence under Singapore’s Misuse of Drugs Act, on June 13, 2007.

The Singapore High Court recently rejected Yong’s application for a judicial review of the clemency process.


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