Hey<quoted text>Pinoys are playing tricks again.
If you are a legitimate party to the contract, don't you know the amount?
I know the answer but I don't need to tell you the amounts.(If Pinoys do not have the contract, then check Malaysia sources. You also can find the amounts specified in the contract.) The problem is not the amounts involved, but the lack of intention for the Philippines and people to honour the contract.
Don't you have the hard evidence of the contract? But you cannot show any written document but allege it is a lease.
Even you claim that it is a lease in perpetuity, you should note the meaning of the phrase "in perpetuity".
Also, note the effective control Malaysia has in Sabah and the referendum held before Sabah join the Malaysian federation.
Still I have to say questions you raised to confound the debate are childish and silly.
Typical Filipino behavior! Losers!
PINOY claim dey peaceful aka RESISTANCE IS FUTILE
YOU KEEP CHANGING YOUR NAME AND THE TOPIC
A TYPICAL CHARACTERISTIC OF A LOSER!