Sunday, July 09, 2006

Brownian Movement takes root in Singapore!

If you were at City Hall MRT station in the afternoon, you would have seen them. 30 or more people dressed in brown protesting the suspension of Mr. Brown. Clearly this is a violation of Singapore laws that state that protests of more than 4 people are not allowed. See what reading too much harmful & poisonous material such as those in Mr. Brown columns does to people - it turns law abiding citizens into illegal protestors!! Now you see why his column has to be suspended!

I strongly recommend these people be arrested and ordered to read Straits Times daily to correct their poisoned minds. Now you see the need to control the Internet. Obedient Singaporeans who are taught not to cross the line from the first day of kindergarden are now taking the law into their own hands protesting the decisions of our esteemed govt. What will happen to this nation - I shudder to think.

11 comments:

A. Powers said...

Oh Behave!

Anonymous said...

Oh dear!! I can foresee unrest soon!!!

I think we should immediately send a delegation to north korea to learn from them on how to control internet, media, people's mind & thoughts, and implement the one party system.

Anonymous said...

I believe that was done long time ago. The singapore govt desire to control everything including the way people think has alot of similarities with N. Korea.

Anonymous said...

Personally, I salute them for willing to stand up for what they believe in.

Trust me, this would be the kind of people who would be willing to stand up for the nation in time of crisis.

II Jung said...

Didn't I always tell you people to comapare your living standards with countries like North Korea or East Timor? Singaporeans are much fortunate than these poor souls who are constantly starving and living in a land ravaged of happiness. Singaporeans should learn to be contented.

Kwek said...

Yes!!!! Arrest those ppl. Put them behind bars!!! How dare they defy the good orders of our wise garmen???

Anonymous said...

This is serious. Our social fabric has been torn.

People now prefer to wear brown when we can have bright and cheery colours like white and red.

And worse, they look so happy! They are supposed to be despondent and cynical yet they did not feel it.

Mr Brown's influence is unexpectedly powerful. We must now collectively explore solutions to guide our innocent citizens back to the path of white and whiter.

We must lead these brown people back to their chat rooms and allow debates of quality to rule in the world we have created for Singaoreans. Let happiness and quality follow us to our happy ends.

It is better than being cynical and despondent especially when you are getting pooer and poorer.

We must aim to die a world-class happy person.

Anonymous said...

I wished I was there!

sei-ji rakugaki said...

nice picture...the police may be scruntising the page now sinc eas they said "they are looking into it..":)
see my cartoon on it:)

Anonymous said...

Oh dear. This is outrageous. Where is our riot police and ISD?? I seriously feel that Mr Brown should be locked up without trial for at least 20 years and sent to sentosa for another 10 years due to his dangerous presence and harmful influence.

Shylock said...

Mr Brown could well be charged for sedition.

Under "The Anti-Sedition Act", a person guilty of sedition could be jailed up to 3 years or fined.

Lucky had previously explained it quite well in his earlier post on this topic:
Seditious tendency.3. —(1) A seditious tendency is a tendency
(a) to bring into hatred or contempt or to excite disaffection against the Government;

(b) to excite the citizens of Singapore or the residents in Singapore to attempt to procure in
Singapore, the alteration, otherwise than by lawful means, of any matter as by law established;

(c) to bring into hatred or contempt or to excite disaffection against the administration of justice in Singapore;

(d) to raise discontent or disaffection amongst the citizens of Singapore or the residents in Singapore;

(e) to promote feelings of ill-will and hostility between different races or classes of the population of Singapore.

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(a) means we cannot criticise the govt or point out its mistakes.
(b) means we cannot "excite" Singaporeans and have to leave them in their vegetable state.
(c) means we cannot criticise the courts.
(d) means we cannot in anyway upset Singaporeans and make them unhappy. That is why our reporteralways write nice stories.
(e) means we cannot highlight issues of the underprivilege and poor because it will 'promote' ill-will and hostility.

In conclusion, Mr Brown should be thankful that he was ONLY removed from his job as a columnist for TODAY. Things could seriously be much worst.