Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Ba Chor Mee Part 2 : Time to arrest Mr. Brown!!!

Mr. Brown has done it again! He is making fun of our esteemed leaders over the pay hike issue.

Evidence found here.

This is really too much - he undermined the efforts to crush Gomez during the elections over the filling of forms, then he wrote that "Singaporeans are fed up with progress"....poke fun at PM Lee (the 'mai hum' incident).

This minister pay hike issue is serious. It is about our lives and future. We cannot trivialise it through satire and humorous parody. Mr. Brown is totally irresponsible - if you don’t eat ba chor mee, you won’t die and the nation will not collapse. Without the PAP, Singapore will certainly collapse.

I strongly urge Singaporeans to be more serious about the issue and not to be misled by charlatans like Mr. Brown who seeks to spread his unhealthy cynicism. Politics is serious in Singapore. Just listen to MM Lee, Singapore will collapse, Singapore will sink and our wives & daughter will become maids….certainly no laughing matter.

Mr. Brown has to be arrested under the anti-sedition laws, he has destroyed weeks of efforts by the Straits Times + PAP leaders to explain the pay hikes in a manner ordinary citizens can accept and understand. He is undoing a massive nation building effort, dividing our society and portraying our leaders as monopolistic profiteerers. We know there is absolutely no truth in what Mr. Brown said. Since he contradict the Straits Times, he is a mischievous liar out to cause trouble. Politics is serious, Mr. Brown pose a grave danger to the minds of Singaporeans. It is time to have him arrested....and detained without trial.

17 comments:

Capt_Canuck said...

I would have to agree and disagree. I agree that politics is no laughing matter, unless it is Singaporean politics, in which case it is bloody hilarious.

I mean, how can you take a politician seriously who says "Singapore has to be cosmopolitian to survive" in one breath and then turns around and enforces cencorship, makes homosexuality illegal and bars organizations from entering the country to talk to other politicians that are not PAP? and the best part, citizens lap it up and love them for it. Now, if that aint hilarious, what is????

Bar Cho Mee said...

the intangibles have become tangibles guns and mortars.oh sanity oh insanity, how blessed and lucky can one be cooped in a little island, office..or school.lol.

Anonymous said...

If not for our esteemed leaders and the policy of "super talent" to run the govt, unworthy and incapable people like Mr Brown, that pointless journalist Catherine Lim, that low-class ambulance chaser Tang Liang Hong and silly idealist Gomez might just become part of the government.

Down to all who dare speak agst our leaders.

Alexis de Tocqueville said...

Singapore politics is what makes me wake up in the morning with a smile.
In Asia you have Tokyo Disneyland, Hong Kong Disneyland and Singapore Disneyland. The latter is the funniest one.
Anyway Mr. Tan, when will you comment on the salaries of our pilots splashed all over the Disneyland news today? I smell a move from uncle Lee again...

Anonymous said...

ya ya.....better still to arrest even those who listen to this podcast.....put all in the prison.....command all ISPs to ban his website....

Anonymous said...

goodnews today. following closely behind the tail of our talented kookoo birds, the flight of bolts and nuts and mega wings are also demanding that they be rewarded extraordinary sky high droppings from the heavenly gods. will this lead to scorn from the kookoo birds at their attempt to emulate its gargantuan appettides and an equally feather brain logic for the coveted golden droppings? or will they, floating on hotairs serving papper crap, insist that greater responsibility over more lives will also entails that they harbor MORE SACRIFICIAL INTEND( their narcissistic nature forbids that they die at work or for you) at lofty heights and should be duly rewarded?

stay tuned for more cocka-bull story as it is yet to be concluded.

Mr Green said...

Hahahaha lucky tan is sibei funny ~~

Heh said...

HAHAHAHAHA.

Thanks. You really made my day!

Anonymous said...

So will a reasonable man think that Mr Brown is exciting disaffection against the government via his podcast?
If so, he could qualify for preventive detention. Under section 74 of the ISA, any person can be detained for up to 30 days on police authority alone. This should "fix" him.

Ballista said...

wah lau of course cannot pay those pilots more, that is like saying the bigger the country the more the pay the ministers should get, so bush should get 50 times the pay of our president nathan (who does a lot less for 4.5m people)... i mean just think about it, usa birthrate is even going up while ours needs imports to support...

BL said...

Well, I always think of Mr Brown like Jon Stewart and Lucky Tan as Stephen Colbert. I just wonder whether they will be able to do "The Daily Show with Mr Brown" and "The Lucky Tan Report".

Anonymous said...

My dear, it's called POLITICAL SATIRE. You only need to look at the U.S. to see the power of political comedians. Unfortunately, it's also frowned upon in Singapore.

Anonymous said...

goodnews today. growth is expected to hit the high note. however, more outsiders need to feed on macdonalds. if more eat fatty hamburgers, we will be laughing to the banks. if less eat fatty hamburgers, our people will have even more difficulties paying rising maintenance and child support claim. our genius plan therefore is to ensure the world embraces obesity and we cunningly stay slim and trim( correction, the people must stay very trim whilst the leaders can grow fatty wallets). when global warms up to this idea, we are not to be blame for harbouring recalcitrant who uses our base(home) to destroy the earth. no siree, we are no parasites and accessory to crime. we are led by extraordinary modern day saint robbinghoot.

Anonymous said...

Now the talk in the media is about the 'stars being aligned for Singapore'. Oh, my God!

What will they think of next?

Alexis de Tocqueville said...

One day I was flying on Sing airline. The charming air hostess handed me a copy of the straits jacket disneyland news. I told her I was too tired to read comics and instead to give me the IHT. To my surprise she laughed and so did some passengers...
Anyway so today we have another article with those oh so important quotes and comparison. Amazing how you only get one side of the story. I am dying to know what is really going on. Anyone????

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