Saturday, April 29, 2006

Don't Attend WP Rallies!

After listening to a friend who was mentally poisoned at yesterday night's Workers Party rally, I feel strongly that my blog has to be put back up to help rectify the minds of Singaporeans. What the heck, Singapore needs me and my blog is back.

The PAP has already declared the WP manifesto full of time bombs and poison. If you go to a WP rally, they will try to poison your mind with harmful thoughts and unapproved ideas. After that you have to watch many hours of MediaCorp news and read alot of Straits Times to have your thinking corrected.

One of my friends who attended the rally has already been poisoned. He now believes all the wrong things:

1. There is a need for better governance.Why like that? Last 40 years we just relax and everything is alright. Why do we want check and balance now when we can just assume that everything will be okay. See the PAP is always successful, Suzhou is a success, Shin Corp investment is commercial and for long term, any losses or problems is due to honest mistakes. So there is no need for more governance.

2. The PAP works for interest of the rich. Lee Hsien Loong was the one who cut the income tax of the rich to increase GST for the rest of us. Ooi how can someone say that after receiving $500 in progress package, what an ungrateful person. The PAP is so kind to give everyone money and even go into budget deficit to do so. This is a vast improvement from 1998 & 2003 when they were asked to help the jobless and refused to saying that the govt cannot help them without budget surplus. Now the govt gives money to everyone like Santa Claus. See how kind the PAP has become. Some cynic will say shortly after the elections the PAP will increase price of everything to take back the money. Plse lets all complain after that happens and not guess what will happen now.

3. The Opposition can raise serious issues. Hey hello. Please read today's Straits Times 29 April the Opposition the headlines is "Stop EVADING SERIOUS ISSUES - PM tells Opposition". Unlike the PAP, the opposition avoid serious issues such as what color fountain you want for upgrading, etc. The type of issues that the Opposition brings up unemployment, governance, transparency, helping the poor and needy etc...are simply not serious, because if you read the Straits Times alot, you can believe there are not many unemployed or needy in Singapore and everyone is so happy.

4. The WP is credible and promise to do a good job. Come on. The CNA, MediaCorp and Straits Times all portray the Opposition as clowns. How can they be credible? As for promises, can they promise us great things like Swiss standard of living. Can they promise us something great as casinos? The PAP is the one able to make great promises so stick with them.

Attending these WP's rallies is dangerous and poisons your mind with timebombs. The PAP is the only govt you need. Through their rigourous selection process, they have picked many new MPs who find time when they can to serve you part-time. They won't poison your mind with ideas that are not consistent with their PAP party stand. This together with the MediaCorp, CNA and Straits Times will provide you with consistent information and make you a happier person. Don't worry, be happy the future is bright...just sit back and leave the job to the PAP to take care of you.

18 comments:

Humour and last laugh said...

interesting blog!

Anonymous said...

Good to have you back :)

Was suffering withdrawal symptoms because your pro-PAP perspectives are very addictive.

Anonymous said...

Good to see you back!!!

You words have got me back on track which is to vote for the one true party that can govern S'pore for time immemorial. Never mind the broken promises, the honest mistakes, the white horses, the ridiculous salaries, etc.

For a few weeks I strayed and was actually thinking of voting for an alternative party. I see the light now.

Anonymous said...

Finally my entertainment is back online!

:)

Anonymous said...

Aljunied GRC WP Rally on 29 April, Mr Low Thia Kiang:

http://beta.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=C12E09580C332CDC

Anonymous said...

wan lan eh....this must be an inside job man...to think they were talking bout not blogging politics...i bet they would convinently 'forget' about this blog and wun shut it down...

fyi, maybe u would like to check out the history behind PAP's logo... u will probably get the shock of your life considering how much u adore them...

and lastly, im not particularly supportive of anyone...juz pointing out some stuff...and to create a..erm... more level playing field...

Anonymous said...

For other rally videos, visit:

http://singaporeelection.blogspot.com

A Proud Singaporean said...

gd to see u back.

Livia said...

good job! thanx for keeping us in check and reminding us of how fortunate we are.

everyone needs to be constantly fed how much good the govt is doing us.

klyzon said...

this is so good :)

Anonymous said...

Election deposit of $500 was fixed for each candidate for 24 years from 1948 till 1972. Since then, it has escalated to our current $12,000. Many members of the opposition party can barely afford the deposit, let alone provide us with the necessary benefits that we can get from the PAP government. Why vote for those hopeless chaps, PAP is the only answer to our demands and are the only party capable of satisfying out material needs. Surely we don't want our housing estates to left out of the upgrading plans. What is most important is that we have jobs and a government that is capable of addressing important issues like terrorism that the opposition candidates don't even talk about.

Anonymous said...

woohooo! life's never been so good! stagnant pay, impending increase of transport cost, gst...etc... am glad to be a singaporean!! =D

Dickson said...

"The PAP is the one able to make great promises so stick with them."

That's because they always successfully become the majority and form Government. Use Govt funds to fund their promises...

Anonymous said...

So glad you are back as you are the only few who really understand @ economic & productivity.

Read Sat ST and saw photo of PM greeting 2 sixty-something women.

One is rushing to work as a cleaner and the other who is physically challenged selling tissue papers.

They are unlike the so-called 1st world country where the sixty-something wasting their lives away playing chess and playing with grandchildren, retiring their lives away. So unproductive.

Anonymous said...

Welcome back. Missed your blog.

gayle said...

YAY you're back! I attended an SDP rally last night, was planning to go to a WP one tonight, but now after reading your entry, I'm damn scared! Maybe I should seek healing at the PAP one in Potong Pasir. They are that poor neighbourhood's only hope for upgrading and free breakfasts..

Anonymous said...

nice to have you back. no more taxi stories!

Anonymous said...

Glad you changed your mind! Good to have you back and I look forward to reading more of your insighful writings. Please keep writing.