Monday, October 21, 2013

It was home.

15 years ago...
Sin·ga·pore (sngg-pôr, -pr, sng-) -noun
A country of southeast Asia comprising Singapore Island and adjacent smaller islands. Populated by multi-racial citizens who are proud of their country. Citizens of different racial backgrounds co-exist harmoniously, respecting each others cultures and religions.

Today...
Sin·ga·pore (sngg-pôr, -pr, sng-) -noun
A country of southeast Asia comprising Singapore Island and adjacent smaller islands. Populated mostly by obnoxious foreigners. Citizens are getting themselves killed by these undesirable aliens. Survivors are made uncomfortable in their own skins, on their own lands.

Singaporeans are no longer proud of their country. Some of us aren't sure whether this is actually still our country. The sense of belonging had ashen over the years, when our powers encouraged this invasion. They made our society so that these aliens thrive; neglecting our very own people in the process.

If you had the means to, would you leave? Or would you stay and fight for a bleak future?

This is their country now.