Hey GoldBull, good for ya! :)
Anyway, I think there are a couple of good reasons why such a strategy cannot survive very long.
First it is extremely easy for a broker to manipulate the execution either through order delay or slippage - MT4 has been known to be manipulated by all sorts of virtual dealer plug-ins. So, it is extremely easy for the broker to go after you with such a scalper.
Second, even if the broker is 100% honest and transparent, performance will tend to degrade anyway as more and more people are inundating the order books and the servers with the same orders at the same spots, to the point where there will be no buyers/sellers to take the other side of the trade in a timely fashion. And even if you delay the order execution by 1 sec. this will be enough to give you more slippage and eventually ruin the strategy.
I think this is what has killed very interesting and promising strategies such as MDP and even Fap Turbo back then: thousands of traders doing the same thing and draining liquidity at those spots. As a positive note, this one doesn't seem to be an asian scalper so it will be slightly less illiquid.
That's why I think it is unlikely that a scalper (any scalper) will last very long, especially the aggressive ones.
So anyone wanting to trade this strategy, go on and trade it now before it will eventually wane and degrade - just a matter of time...
Of course I might be wrong and this could be the best thing since the invention of sliced bread, but I doubt...