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Old 05-19-2019, 02:45 AM
 
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This is no laughing matter though. I hope Jakarta fixes this problem because this a great tragedy in the making and I hope that Jakarta can be saved or at least her people.
Manila has many problems than Jakarta, especially the city and its people


2040 Manila the first city to sink, the capital city of Indo has moved to another place hehe
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Old 05-19-2019, 06:11 AM
 
Location: La Muy Noble Leal Ciudad de Iloilo
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Manila has many problems than Jakarta, especially the city and its people


2040 Manila the first city to sink, the capital city of Indo has moved to another place hehe
Lol, Manila won't sink since we can simply reclaim more land and block the entrance to Manila bay and then pump out the sea-water, like what the Dutch did in the Netherlands.

Our historical capital is safe whereas you people have to build up from scratch.
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Old 05-19-2019, 07:54 AM
 
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Manila has many problems than Jakarta, especially the city and its people


2040 Manila the first city to sink, the capital city of Indo has moved to another place hehe
Why can't you just admit that Jakarta has more problems than Manila. That way you would be able to determine how to resolve issues you are facing instead of covering them up and putting cherry on the top or sugarcoat to hide them.

The first way to resolve a problem is to recognize that it does exist. Denying them would only worsen the situation.
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Old 05-19-2019, 08:50 AM
 
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Manila has many problems than Jakarta, especially the city and its people


2040 Manila the first city to sink, the capital city of Indo has moved to another place hehe

Manila isn't sinking at the rate that Jakarta is. And Manila Bay has a very small opening with an island right in the middle of the narrowest point. So it would be very easy to close up Manila Bay if necessary. Jakarta faces an open ocean, so fixing that problem is much more costly and time-consuming.



And the Philippines has already started building a secondary capital, New Clark City. So if Manila did sink, the new capital would already be built.
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Old 05-19-2019, 09:26 AM
 
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And the Philippines has already started building a secondary capital, New Clark City. So if Manila did sink, the new capital would already be built.
U talking like u are the only one have project in secondary capital city.
Maybe u pinoy too much boasting have clark project happening right now, like we dont have same project here.


If they want to move the capital right now,. They can easily move to western java, central java, jogja, or sumatra. The history indo alredy move their capital 3 times, so easy to move there if they want (aceh, bukitinggi, jogja)
Instead they will pick Kalimantan or Sulawesi island

Maybe u can learn from us how we do decentralization, like moving capital city in spartly island maybe. Lol

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Old 05-19-2019, 05:33 PM
 
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U talking like u are the only one have project in secondary capital city.
Maybe u pinoy too much boasting have clark project happening right now, like we dont have same project here.


If they want to move the capital right now,. They can easily move to western java, central java, jogja, or sumatra. The history indo alredy move their capital 3 times, so easy to move there if they want (aceh, bukitinggi, jogja)
Instead they will pick Kalimantan or Sulawesi island

Maybe u can learn from us how we do decentralization, like moving capital city in spartly island maybe. Lol
What he was saying is that New Clark City is already an identified area for the next capital and that it is already underconstruction, while in Indonesia you still are trying to figure out where to build the next capital. So while Philippines is already working on the infrastructure in NCC you are still planning where to build. In case flooding happens, transferring the capital is easier and more ready for the Philippines than it is to Indonesia. Got the point?

And btw NCC is not just planned a secondary capital but the main capital. We already have secondary capitals, namely Baguio and Cebu. Baguio being the summer capital, "The Mansions" is officially the residence of the Philippine president. While Cebu has "Malacanang sa Sugbo".

If Indonesia moved your capital 3 times, Philippines had done it way SEVERAL times.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capita...he_Philippines
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Old 05-19-2019, 06:15 PM
 
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JAKARTA ALWAYS THE BEST

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Old 05-19-2019, 06:44 PM
 
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Why can't you just admit that Jakarta has more problems than Manila. That way you would be able to determine how to resolve issues you are facing instead of covering them up and putting cherry on the top or sugarcoat to hide them.

The first way to resolve a problem is to recognize that it does exist. Denying them would only worsen the situation.
Can you take that giant mirror, please.
You can see here, Indonesians' aren't that hypocrite. We posted from A to Z about Jakarta, while you guys posted things not far from CBDs and how walkable they are.
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Old 05-19-2019, 07:17 PM
 
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What he was saying is that New Clark City is already an identified area for the next capital and that it is already underconstruction, while in Indonesia you still are trying to figure out where to build the next capital. So while Philippines is already working on the infrastructure in NCC you are still planning where to build. In case flooding happens, transferring the capital is easier and more ready for the Philippines than it is to Indonesia. Got the point?

And btw NCC is not just planned a secondary capital but the main capital. We already have secondary capitals, namely Baguio and Cebu. Baguio being the summer capital, "The Mansions" is officially the residence of the Philippine president. While Cebu has "Malacanang sa Sugbo".

If Indonesia moved your capital 3 times, Philippines had done it way SEVERAL times.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capita...he_Philippines
Jogja, Aceh, Western Java, Bali has their presidential office. They easily move there if they want. They can adjust which palace they want to stay. If u following jokowi news he even not using jakarta palace, instead bogor, jogja palace

Sulawesi, Kalamantan island they already have infras. Dont compare ur airport and port, trans kalimantan, trans sulawesi, sulawesi railway, kalimantan railway,. Your country is still lag behind.

Dont compare how big ur malacanang vs indonesia presidential complex, bcos its way biggerrr
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Old 05-19-2019, 07:19 PM
 
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What he was saying is that New Clark City is already an identified area for the next capital and that it is already underconstruction, while in Indonesia you still are trying to figure out where to build the next capital. So while Philippines is already working on the infrastructure in NCC you are still planning where to build. In case flooding happens, transferring the capital is easier and more ready for the Philippines than it is to Indonesia. Got the point?

And btw NCC is not just planned a secondary capital but the main capital. We already have secondary capitals, namely Baguio and Cebu. Baguio being the summer capital, "The Mansions" is officially the residence of the Philippine president. While Cebu has "Malacanang sa Sugbo".

If Indonesia moved your capital 3 times, Philippines had done it way SEVERAL times.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capita...he_Philippines
Hmmmm ... If that's how you describe "Capital", Indonesia currently has at least 5 "Capitals" outside Jakarta. LOL

Yeah you guys love exaggerating almost anything. Having Presidential Palace = capital.
And it always cringes me when a tropical country call its hot/dry season "Summer" as if it experiences winter.

In Indonesia, besides the highest peak like Puncak Jaya that's always frozen the entire year, we do experience frost in some areas, since the temp can drop below zero degree celsius in few coldest months, esp in the early morning. But come on lah ....

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