Things to ponder about before we say bye to 2016… Terrex, Malaysia and Indonesia

Terrex, VEP, Indonesia airport
Things to ponder about before we say bye to 2016...
Terrex, VEP, Indonesia airport
Things to ponder about before we say bye to 2016…

Things to ponder about before we say bye to 2016…

“Where’s our Terrex tanks?”
China returned United States their underwater drone one day after seizing it. Why hold our Terrex tanks for so long then? United States did not even justify what was the drone doing in “China’s” water but our tanks were just shipped openly without any intention. China a flat track bully? What do they gain by bullying a small state like us Singapore?

“Big brothers” around us trying to play punk…
Up North, Malaysia has introduced high toll fees ($15.30) for vehicles entering and exiting via Singapore and yet almost free or at most (RM$3.60) for Bruneian and Thai cars. Why the big difference? Is this against international laws?

Down South, “we have to thank them for fresh air” Indonesia’s airport’s runways are always “closed for maintenance” whenever SIA flights were scheduled to land. Yet other airlines are not affected by the “maintenance”.

Reference:
“How should we react to China holding our armoured vehicles” —
http://www.unscrambled.sg/2016/11/28/how-should-we-react-to-china-holding-our-armoured-vehicles/

“China: Seized underwater drone ‘tip of iceberg’ when it comes to US surveillance” —
http://edition.cnn.com/2016/12/18/politics/china-us-underwater-vehicle-south-china-sea/

“Why does Malaysia charge Singapore cars so much more?” —
http://www.fivestarsandamoon.com/2016/11/malaysia-charge-singapore-vehicles-much/

“Indonesia and SIA: Bullying in progress?” —
http://themiddleground.sg/2016/11/23/indonesia-sia-bullying-in-progress/

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