I refer to your report Dr M lashes out on 'cynic bridge'.
History tells how and why the first Malaysian prime minister decided to let the island go. By now, we should be more repentant when negotiating with the red dot. If they continue to drag on issues then why not let them have our water for free? Nothing wrong with being charitable.
If they want to keep Malaysians' CPF money let it be for it may be these fund that help keep their economy rolling. When owners attain the age of 60, they will get the money anyway or their next of kin will.
And sell of our KTM land there and make Johor Baru the last stop. Malaysian workers in Singapore are facing travel document problems? Then set up more industries in JB and provide them with jobs with par income or 10 or 20 percent lower than Singapore. I am positive they will accept.
So, there is red dot in the Middle East, now there is one in Southeast Asia, as one Indonesian politician put it. We always think what we have for us and our neighbours but in their mind it is only what 'they have for us'.
Let us ponder.