Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Guess who made to the BIG TIME!!!

They could have chosen any news, any picture, any person to be on their front page....but guess what is on the front page of Financial Times today......

Yes, political gangster, liar, hooligan, fraud and cheat - Chee Soon Juan. I thought they would put out a picture our beautiful Suntec city complete with the big cage and posters of smiling Singaporeans. It is an outrage. Instead of showing our Prime Minister who gave an outstanding speech to IMF/WB delegates today, they are showing our national rebel. A man that our own newspapers - Straits Times, The New Paper have downgraded to one sub-subsection of a subsection.

Given the situation, I suggest that the PAP govt increase the budget for our REBRANDING campaign by $10M, this is what it will cost for us to place several days worth of frontpage advertisements on the Financial Times showing smiling Singaporeans. That should undo the effects of the big frown on Chee's face.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did you get your facts wrong?!!!!

What I see is police protest agst Chee for taking up their free time meant for shopping

Timothy said...

The thought of the 16,000 delegates seeing such a frown when they read the paper is one that I dare not imagine.

spinnee said...

i guess the papers don't wanna talked about the forced smiles.

Chee looked more real. ahhaha

Anonymous said...

are they trying to imply that singapore is a police state by purposely showing the big POLICE wording?

this is definately libel. they will be sued, i'm sure.

Anonymous said...

Dr. Chee gets what he wanted.
The Frontpage.

But

Does that change anything?

LuckySingaporean said...

I thought it changes the IMPRESSION of Singapore.

Instead of a nation of reliable unthinking economic robots there are actually some robots that have malfunctioned and are not behaving according to specs.

How are we going to answer to foreign investors and our financiers? We are still in the warranty period okay.

Anonymous said...

NEW! SG IMF - Democracy's "愛拼才會贏" / Strive In Order To Win @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2xe_Z36_Lc

Anonymous said...

Haha. What a brave move for Financial Times. I won't be surprised if they get banned here or something. lol.