Our officials sat down with him at the same table, making him felt much 'at home'. We provided him with a six-star lodging and treatment. The whole country lost its dignity to this one guy who buried his head in the sand and exposing his ass - the best way to face the truth.
Our reporters attending the meeting cornered him about what he said about Malaysia as exposed by Wikileaks. But he refused comment, neither admitting nor denying it. The only thing he said was 'there is not point to talk about it...' Fine!
Malaysians are nice people, actually. No matter what Singapore and its leaders did and said meant nothing. And I personally think its good to be thick-skin. Our leaders are... and our diplomats are too!
But read what blogger Art Harun wrote to Singapore's Mentor Minister Lee Kuan Yew. I respect his personal view about the whole affair, about his opinion for the stinging remarks about Malaysia made by Singapore diplomats.
At least Art Harun is sincere, hiding nothing under his 'supposed to be thick-skin'. Our diplomats are cool people, it seem. Our leaders, too will do nothing should Singapore jet fighter 'accidently' drops a bomb in Johor or firing at our fishermen.
If what was reportedly said by you and your colleagues about my country and our leaders was in fact said by you and your colleagues, than I just have one word to say to you and your colleagues. Buzz off! (Well, they are two words actually, but I don’t give a hoot!)
I am not bothered by what you and your colleagues think about my country or my leaders simply because I have always known that you and your government have always suffered from chronic and almost incorrigible Napoleon Complex (to borrow a phrase from Mariah Carey’s song about someone who has a small appendage).
I wonder what happens to some of our 'patriotic' and 'nationalistic' organisations like Perkasa, Umno Youth and others for staying away from this issue...