What about our economic progress?

by Martin Jalleh


  1. #1 by cseng on Friday, 22 March 2013 - 5:22 pm

    Economy progress? Was that not measured by average GNI per capita. And we are the best in the universe, 49% over 3yrs.

    Mr Kee, they are PEMANDU, they choose the indicators, not you. They choose the comparisons, not you.

    Why you select taiwan, korea, and singapore? We cannot compare, these country eat with chopstick.

  2. #2 by Bigjoe on Friday, 22 March 2013 - 6:39 pm

    Here is the thing – EVERY IDEA IN HISTORY OF MERELY JUST TAKING OTHER’S PEOPLE WEALTH HAS FAILED – go back in history from Vikings raiding England, Roman’s conquering Europe, Attila the Hun, Genghiz Khan conquering half the world, AND yes our colonial European Masters HAVE ULTIMATELY FAILED – look into details of how countries developed and grow in the past and its always about self-betterment and looking outwards, not about looking inwards and claims of entitlement from others. Even today, the biggest flaw of the United States of America, the greatest economic engine ever created, is threatened by their ill-advise idea of some quarter of the American Empire..

    You don’t built something sustainable by blaming others – by taking from others – the thrill of corruption and unjust conquest are TEMPORARY RELIEF OF THE WEAK. You built things for the long term by finding reasons and ways to do better. That is how great empires and lasting systems are build..

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