Indonesian fires pollute Singapore

Indonesian fires pollute Singapore

There are 78 comments on the CNN story from Oct 3, 2006, titled Indonesian fires pollute Singapore. In it, CNN reports that:

Forest fires in Indonesia have sent Singapore's Pollutants Standards Index to the highest level this year, the National Environment Agency said on Tuesday.

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lkh

Washington, DC

#1 Oct 4, 2006
It is amazing that this problem has been allowed to repeat itself annually for that many years and Indonesia remains virtually unconcerned or ineffective in resolving it. The Indonesian government should put in place concrete steps to put a complete end to this transnational problem or else it should be made to compensate neighbouring nations that are affected by its callous attitude. The Indonesian government should be held accountable.
kacak

Shah Alam, Malaysia

#2 Oct 13, 2007
erggg... batuk2 la plak

Since: Dec 07

MALAYSIA JURAGAN BABI

#3 Dec 8, 2007
kpd warga malaysia :
kalau da kurang agama, jadi anjing lagi baik dari kamu semua yg celaka jgn kutuk negara org, tgk diri sendiri dulu.. Parti UMNO pun sampai luar negara, apakah berakalnya menteri malaysia? makan rasuah, liwat org, menteri yg bodoh2 mkn duit rakyat.. terseksa nya kamu semua ini.. kes rogol anak kecik la.. liwat pompuan la.. mat rempit la.. apa yg malaysia TAK BOLEH?
Testing
#4 Dec 8, 2007
lkh wrote:
It is amazing that this problem has been allowed to repeat itself annually for that many years and Indonesia remains virtually unconcerned or ineffective in resolving it. The Indonesian government should put in place concrete steps to put a complete end to this transnational problem or else it should be made to compensate neighbouring nations that are affected by its callous attitude. The Indonesian government should be held accountable.
Not only Singapore but hazy in Malaysia and Southern Thailand.
Sensasi

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#5 Dec 8, 2007
lkh wrote:
It is amazing that this problem has been allowed to repeat itself annually for that many years and Indonesia remains virtually unconcerned or ineffective in resolving it. The Indonesian government should put in place concrete steps to put a complete end to this transnational problem or else it should be made to compensate neighbouring nations that are affected by its callous attitude. The Indonesian government should be held accountable.
We can at least boycott the upcoming Visit Indonesia Year 2008. We can't simply give them money while at the same time, let them do damages to our environment.

No environment, no tourism!

;D
Sensasi

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#6 Dec 8, 2007
kacak wrote:
erggg... batuk2 la plak
;D
Truth hurts
#7 Dec 10, 2007
DATO MALING wrote:
kpd warga malaysia :
kalau da kurang agama, jadi anjing lagi baik dari kamu semua yg celaka jgn kutuk negara org, tgk diri sendiri dulu.. Parti UMNO pun sampai luar negara, apakah berakalnya menteri malaysia? makan rasuah, liwat org, menteri yg bodoh2 mkn duit rakyat.. terseksa nya kamu semua ini.. kes rogol anak kecik la.. liwat pompuan la.. mat rempit la.. apa yg malaysia TAK BOLEH?
Biasanya yang “menuduh” itulah biang keroknya! Banyak yang pemahamannya tidak benar sehingga sebagian masih terperangkap dalam pemikiran – pemikiran tradisional yang sangat jauh tertinggal dari sikap dan cara berpikir penduduk dunia yang maju. Jadilah pengamat sosial kemasyarakatan yang tinggal di Indonesia.

Spesies-spesies, seperti hewan dan kamu yang ada saat ini, merupakan keturunan spesies-spesies yang telah ada sebelumnya, melalui perubahan yang terjadi sedikit demi sedikit, atau disebut dengan evolusi.

Memang benar kamu ada masalah keilmiahan dan kalau dianalogikan, kamu hanyalah merintis jalan untuk menuju pemahaman terhadap asal usul spesies di Indonesia yang dinamakan beruk jadian atau bencong jelek jalanan. Majulah rakyat Indonesia dari kemiskinan!

Apa dengan mengatasnamakan moral untuk melakukan aksi kekerasan membuat kamu bermoral di Malaysia forum? Hipokrit atau personaliti berbeda?

“Big Boy's Returned..! LOL”

Since: Oct 07

Isle of Wight - Kuala Lumpur

#8 Jan 4, 2008
INDONesia bad county..bad people!

Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#9 Jan 4, 2008
KittZ wrote:
INDONesia bad county..bad people!
MALAySia hipocrit country, hipocrit people.

“Big Boy's Returned..! LOL”

Since: Oct 07

Isle of Wight - Kuala Lumpur

#10 Jan 4, 2008
DATO MALING wrote:
kpd warga malaysia :
kalau da kurang agama, jadi anjing lagi baik dari kamu semua yg celaka jgn kutuk negara org, tgk diri sendiri dulu.. Parti UMNO pun sampai luar negara, apakah berakalnya menteri malaysia? makan rasuah, liwat org, menteri yg bodoh2 mkn duit rakyat.. terseksa nya kamu semua ini.. kes rogol anak kecik la.. liwat pompuan la.. mat rempit la.. apa yg malaysia TAK BOLEH?
you are out of topic..we're talking about pollution caused by Indon here..LOL
Bumi Ownz U

Australia

#11 Jan 4, 2008
Most of the fires come from Indonesian estates run by Malaysian companies.

What is the Indonesian government doing about it?
- Nothing.

What is the Malaysia government doing about it?
- Nothing.

What is happening.
- Nothing.

If these action had occured anywhere else in the developed world, you would see protest and push for change. In Malaysia, Indonesia, protests are banned and illegal. What results do you get?
- Nothing.

Keep complaining on here. Nothing will happen. The whol region is aware of the situation but nothin is happening. These countries are obviously not results orientated.

Since: Nov 07

Kota Kinabalu

#12 Jan 4, 2008
Testing wrote:
<quoted text>
Not only Singapore but hazy in Malaysia and Southern Thailand.
and also Brunei..they got the haze too, and all came from you know where.

Since: Nov 07

Kota Kinabalu

#13 Jan 4, 2008
Bumi Ownz U wrote:
Most of the fires come from Indonesian estates run by Malaysian companies.
What is the Indonesian government doing about it?
- Nothing.
What is the Malaysia government doing about it?
- Nothing.
What is happening.
- Nothing.
If these action had occured anywhere else in the developed world, you would see protest and push for change. In Malaysia, Indonesia, protests are banned and illegal. What results do you get?
- Nothing.
Keep complaining on here. Nothing will happen. The whol region is aware of the situation but nothin is happening. These countries are obviously not results orientated.
'

LOL...

“Big Boy's Returned..! LOL”

Since: Oct 07

Isle of Wight - Kuala Lumpur

#14 Jan 4, 2008
The indon's govt do noting??..shame on you indons!
Supir Truk Gandeng

Jakarta, Indonesia

#15 Jan 4, 2008
the fact is sebenarnya asap polusinya tuh mau di asepin ke negri pakcik2 malon...eeee tapi ga taunya mampir dulu ke negri singa...i am so sorry....tapi buat temen2 negri singa kalo asapnya udah nyampe ke negeri pakcik2 malon kabarin temen2 indonesia yah
combro

Semenyih, Malaysia

#16 Feb 5, 2008
up
Soedirboy

Jakarta, Indonesia

#18 Feb 5, 2008
lho, ber-abad2 lamanya negara di dunia, terutama kawasan Asia tenggara MENIKMATI OKSIGEN DARI HUTAN INDONESIA ko kamu tenang-tenang aja, harusnya kau2 itu bayarlah ke Indonesia. Baru asap dikit aja udah ribut, lagian biangkeroknya tuh CUKONG2 MALASya. sadarlah....

“Pembela gituloh”

Since: Dec 07

Tangerang, Indonesia

#19 Feb 5, 2008
Rajanya buat polusi tuh USA, Aussie, coba lah kau buka pikiran sedikit. Tak kau tengok Global Warming Conference di Bali kemaren. Malu tuh muka USA dimaki-maki. Aussie pula baru kemaren di bali mau sign kyoto protocol.

Haze kicik lah......haze paling lama 2-3 bulan 9 bulan kau sedot oksigen bagus dari indonesia GRATIS......!!!
Stop complaining. Let's talk about price of oxigent from now.
dodol

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#21 Feb 6, 2008
pathetic..
fazri

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#22 Feb 6, 2008
indon is no 1 in pollution producers

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