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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    Very very few Malaysians have the loot to retire even in malaysia, the few that are seriosly rich always find a away. If it wasnt for my 2 dozen Songkhla sharia wives down on my Somtam planations or in the Massaman factoy I'd be reduced to shirking for a living. I know I know one wife is enough for any man but they came by the crate full from Rohinghystan with no sale or return claws, ther egood lasses eager to meet clean living Westerners for long game.

    So you get it, If the Aus, US, ENG, and EU, simply said, Ok Malaysia we will impose the the criteria per standard of living as you do for entries into our country, Job done end of game.

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    The Home Minister recently stated that the new MM2H rules would only apply to new applicants:

    Hamzah defends new MM2H rules amid royal objections
    Malaysiakini Team
    Published: Sep 24, 2021 6:47 PM


    Home Minister Hamzah Zainudin has defended the newer, more stringent rules for the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme.

    He said the new rules, which will only apply to new applicants, were fair and good for the country and the people's future.

    Hamzah defends new MM2H rules amid royal objections


    Whatever he says, any trust has been lost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by havnfun View Post
    So you get it, If the Aus, US, ENG, and EU, simply said, Ok Malaysia we will impose the the criteria per standard of living as you do for entries into our country, Job done end of game.
    If anyone REALLY wants to make problems, they should insist on equality over land ownership. It irks me that a Thai can own land in UK, but a Brit cannot own land in Thailand.

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