Malaysia Poverty Is A Systemic Problem For Singapore…
The Malaysian Government has serious corruption. Plenty of embezzlement, bribery, and money laundering.
People in Malaysia are very poor. Many are struggling to make a living of RM$50 a day (Shophouse Clerk).
I hear spirits from Malaysia complaining that their family has no money. They are actually guardian spirits that visit Singapore by travelling with human family. They come here to work or study.
The poverty areas are actually outside the city areas. People living in these areas have few businesses in which to make a living from — no jobs available. The problem is serious. I had a female university student messaging me from Malaysia, asking me, a small fortune-teller to lend her money. No jobs available in the area.
My uncle, living in Skudai, Johore… his plan is to sell fruits by the roadside. I don’t see any customers for him because the vicinity is remote — ‘ulu’ in Malay.
Suggestion: Singapore Government, maybe you could inform the Good-Side Government of Malaysia of their own population’s struggle? These isolated people actually need direct cash disbursement to their bank accounts. They are dying from poverty. In addition, these remote population can be encouraged to open their own micro-businesses with their direct funds from the Malaysian Government. This would liven up the remote areas. Give people things to buy, sell, and do.
Tell them: the secret is just to print money and inject it into the population’s bank accounts. The idea is to supplement their income so their basic necessities are met. They can then have savings to do micro-business with. This will grow their income significantly — Kickstart their remote area economies.
The little shops or micro-businesses the people will set up in the remote areas, will most likely be unprofitable. But, they are paid by the Malaysian Government to stay open to provide for the people in the area.
Helping the Malaysian Government solve their remote population’s poverty problem will have incredible karmic blessings for Singapore. We are on the tip of Malaya — our shipping port will flourish, the spiritual quality of our imported water will become wealthy, Singapore’s people in poverty will end — all will begin to flourish and more.
If having a rich country is important, this little move will bring you ultimate rewards. All you have to do is tell Malaysia how to flourish these impoverished areas. Guide them through their implementation. And you will see all this Good Life For Singapore suddenly rush in like a Typhoon.
Better if you contact your Malaysia Ministerial Friends by Message first before sending them your suggestion. This move will really work for Singapore. If it doesn’t, consider it a good deed for Malaysia’s Poor.
Thank You and Good Luck!