Ladies and Gentleman,
Listen to this. In Lee Kuan Yew's Singapore a few days ago, whoever thought that the humble curry, a spicy hot Indian dish can led to a heated argument between a recent Chinese Immigrant from Mainland China and a local Indian Singaporean born and raised in Singapore? It has.
In Lee's government owned apartments where hundred and thousands of apartment blocks cramped like sardines stand next to each other, it is reported that a recent Chinese Immigrant from Mainland china, probably from some remote impoverished parts of China who by the way are the only ones who are prepared to come to a country such as this,(the more capable ones go to Australia, US and Canada) have complained to their Indian neighbours who naturally cook curry dishes that they don't like it's smell and therefore should stop cooking it anymore. Imagine the temerity of these new Chinese human imports!
When the Indians naturally said that it is my apartment and I can do as I want, and quite rightly so, the Mainland Chinamen took it the government agency which has, clearly unlawfully I might add, required the Indians to stop cooking this dish when the Chinese were at home.
If this sort of thing was demanded of people in any other country, the Indians would not only have refused to comply, they would have gone out and purchased a fan and made sure that the curry flavours were directed directly into the living room of these characters.
And that is not all, they would have walked over to these characters who happen to be too large for their shoes, and told them to pack up and leave to wherever they came from if the don't like curry.
And if they did not want to go back all the way to China, they could instead leave their apartments and find a place next to their brethren just like them who come from the same impoverished regions of China who have never come across curry in their lives.
Had I been a violent man, which I am not, I would also have gone over and given them a right and proper beating, but since I am not such a man, would instead advice on non violence and the path of Mahatma Gandhi instead.
From what I am seeing on the ground, with a growing groundswell of anger against these Chinese human imports which make up already one fifth of the Singapore population, taking jobs from the locals, dampening wages and who generally behave in the most uncouth manner imaginable, behaviors more commonly seen in these remote parts of China, it is not if but when some Singapore Indians, Malays and Singapore Chinese are going to say enough is enough and give these characters from China a real beating.
I am sure the day is coming. I would be unhappy to see any violence, of course, as I have always been a man of peace, a Gandhian you could say, but human nature being what it is, it has it's limits.
Unfortunately I have to say that these characters who cannot accept Indian curry are going to be given a proper beating, and it is not because of their culinary tastes but because of their misguided arrogance.
After all we are not all Mahatma Gandhi.
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