Come Wednesday Dec 22, he will lead the Republic's delegation to Kuala Lumpur to finalise details of KTM land swap which was agreed by Prime Ministers of both countries recently.
This guy deserves no respect from us, Malaysians. After what he had said and told the Americans, he is more like an enemy to me and many Malaysians (you agree, right?). So, why must we let him in?
Just because the Republic harbors the Israeli Embassy and is so much closer to the Americans than they are to its Asean neighbors, its diplomats like KausiCUNT had breached the diplomatic code of conduct by belittling the Republic's business partners and friends.
Malaysia 'dangerous' decline, according to them, is fuelled by incompetent politicians, Thailand is dogged by corruption and a ''very erratic'' crown prince, Japan is a ''big fat loser'' and India is ''stupid'' (here).
And still, they call themselves diplomats, forgetting that what they had uttered are likely to spark intense political controversy in the region.Awkwardly, our 'thick skin' negotiators will be expecting him on Wednesday for the talks, looking forward to sitting down with him at the same table, pretending that nothing happened! You like that?
The cables, leaked by WikiLeaks, detail the content of separate meetings between senior US officials and Singapore's foreign affairs chiefs Peter Ho, Bilahari Kausikan and Tommy Koh. The trio, who at the time of the 2008 and 2009 cables occupied some of the most senior positions in Singapore's Foreign Affairs Ministry, all give US officials damning assessments of Malaysia.
According to one cable detailing a meeting in September 2008, Kausikan told US Deputy Secretary of Defence for East Asia David Sedney that ''the situation in neighbouring Malaysia is confused and dangerous'', fuelled by a ''distinct possibility of racial conflict'' that could see ethnic Chinese ''flee'' Malaysia and ''overwhelm'' Singapore.
I believe most of us are angered by such statements. So, what should we do?