Monday, May 21, 2007

Evil Opposition trying to Destroy the SYSTEM!!

"I will make him crawl on his bended knees, and beg for mercy", MM Lee on JBJ.
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I wonder if PM Lee ever told his father about Kindness Week and that beautiful story about the considerate satay man from Malacca. I went to the hawker center today with my mom and ordered 40 sticks of satay. When the satay came I asked the satay man why he didn't show me any kindness by giving me only 25 sticks of satay. The satay man replied, " You are crazy, how am I suppose to know how hungry you are!!". Now I know, you can only find kind hearted considerate satay men in Malacca. In Singapore, they are all inconsiderate that is why you always get the number of satay you ordered!
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Our satay men are inconsiderate but our opposition politicians are downright evil. This is why our kind govt does so much to neutralise them and stop them from causing harm. Although I've never seen an opposition politician destroy any nation in modern history, the ones in Singapore are uniquely vicious. Take JBJ as an example, just look at the evil things he is planning to do to our great Singapore system, no wonder our esteemed MM Lee had to bankrupt him and reduce him to hawking books at street corners. Still our MM Lee was kind to him because he received a discount compared with Chia Thye Poh who was detained without trial for more than 3 decades. At 81 years of age, JBJ plans to form a party to undermine our fantastic system by making the following changes (my comments in red) :
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The president’s salary: Criticising the president’s salary, Mr Jeyaretnam called it “an abuse of public funds” and asked why the president needed to be paid such a high salary. He also criticized the election of the president. “He was no more elected than Lee Kuan Yew was elected minister mentor”, he said. Hey come on JBJ. We haven't seen much of President Nathan this few months because he is busy counting our reserves. How else to safeguard our reserves? President Nathan rightfully deserves his million$ salary because it is so tough shaking hands at his age.
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Election process: “We got to do away completely with the election process. We got to take the election process and give it to an independent body – an independent election commission.” Does our election commission civil servants look like that are capable of being independent? The poor guy at the counter felt so intimidated when Gomez wagged his finger he looked like he was going to die of a heart attack.
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The courts: Mr Jeyaretnam called for a judicial commission which will have the power to appoint judges, and taking this power away from the prime minister. “In a country with a constitution, the courts are the most important, even more important than parliament. The courts are the guardians of the constitution.” Don't worry our esteemed prime minister will only appoint judges who are totally objective. Just because the opposition lost every single case in court doesn't mean there is a conflict of interest here. The opposition lost every single case because they are completely unscupulous and evil without any redeeming qualities, any decent judge should be able to see that.
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The police and law enforcement agencies: “The police should be moved out of ministerial control….We should have the police turned into a corporation, like in Britain, answerable to parliament. How can the police get rid of protestors quickly if they are not under the guidance of one of our elite extraordinary ministers. There are many important laws that the police have to enforce such as laws against illegal gathering, speaking in public without license etc.
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The trade unions: Calling for the trade unions to be independent, Mr Jeyaretnam asked, “What other country in the world has a cabinet minister as head of a trade union?” Does JBJ not understand our tripartite system? Our union's main role is to tell workers to work harder, accept less benefits & pay cuts and tell them work longer and retire later. This is an excellent union that has help Singapore corporations achieve the highest level of profitability as a % of GDP. NTUC also plays a key role in helping workers to understand why govt policies are there for their own good - for example, foreign worker policy, minimum retrenchment benefits, elimination of pension scheme for public service workers, elimination of medical benefits etc. Without a minister at the helm, our unions will be clamoring for better wages, health benefits etc, that will be terrible, the profits of Singapore Inc will be undermined.

The press: Apologising to members of the media who were present, he described the press as a ‘scandal’. “The press in Singapore is the voice of the government. It’s time we had an independent press worthy of our society.” How dare you say our media is not objective?! Just because they help us to understand that every govt policy is for our own good and help us to appreciate our beloved govt, it does not mean they are not independent. Take great reporters such as Chui Mui Hoong, she is able to independently conclude the PAP is the best govt in the world and that our govt has a "capitalist brain and socialist heart". Our media is one of our society's greatest assets. It harmonises our thoughts with our esteemed govt and sweeten painful policies to make us happier citizens. I dare say there is no media in the 1st world that has manufactured so much happiness for the citizens.
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I conclude that JBJ is a real danger to our beloved system. But don't worry too much about it, we have many great institutions such as the ISD in place to protect our system from men like JBJ. From time to time, there will be men like JBJ who take our pledge too seriously and try to "build a democratic society based on justice and equality" but Singapore has already advanced to a level that our pledge is totally irrelevant and should be changed to "build a thriving economy, based on growth and profitability".

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

"I will make him crawl on his bended knees, and beg for mercy"

A person who spurts this has no heart. He does not know what is to be a human on this planet. Period

Anonymous said...

there was this considerate and kind satay stall holder i know too. He's exactly like this guy in Malacca - when u order 40 or 50 sticks, he'll only give you 20-30 sticks because he knew you cannot finish.

He had to close shop because customers were pissed that he cannot seem to take orders, his rent kept going up and up, paying for MOEnv licenses, people complained of the smoke, and a competitor who was backed by a trade union opened a stall right next to him, with cheaper prices.

Anonymous said...

The oppositions have no prove that the majority singaporeans are not benefiting from the extraordinary wisdom of the papilon or that they are particularly unhappy with the current political climate. And unless they have concrete evidences: such as a definitive collection of testimonies from every sector of our society, they will unlikely to make any inroads to what they believe is a better system?

Anonymous said...

Honestly, i think JBJ is wasting his time setting up his own opposition party.

Unless he has bigger plans together with other oppositions without facing 3 corner fights.

or

Nurturing capable, younger pool of people to join him.


If not, his new party would seen as redundant by the public.



Just hope he can lived long enough and fight in Tanjong Pagar.

Anonymous said...

"I will make him crawl on his bended knees, and beg for mercy"


maybe that's the secret to receiving 'kind' services from...erm.....satay sellers?lol

Anonymous said...

to anon 10.48pm

proof? the bottom 10% singaporeans be enuff?

we simply need to vote in a significant oppo representation for the pap to shit in their pants. maybe then, they will sit up and do some serious work (e.g. abolish ridikkulously high pay for the nation's symbolic head etc etc)

Anonymous said...

in the oxfart led press, a two eye dragon sent one eye dragon to the abyss meanwhile, a black knight was resurrected as a white knight. this intriguing latest release followed after an incredible salary man had his plate of satay reduced against his will out of extraordinary kindness.

Anonymous said...

The flight of Snowball, extracted from 'Animal Farm' by George Orwell.

Electricity, he said, could operate threshing machines, ploughs, harrows, rollers, and reapers and binders, besides supplying every stall with its own electric light, hot and cold water, and an electric heater. By the time he had finished
speaking, there was no doubt as to which way the vote would go. But just at this moment Napoleon stood up and, casting a peculiar sidelong look at Snowball, uttered a high-pitched whimper of a kind no one had ever heard him utter before.

At this there was a terrible baying sound outside, and nine enormous dogs wearing brass-studded collars came bounding into the barn. They dashed straight for Snowball, who only sprang from his place just in time to escape their snapping
jaws. In a moment he was out of the door and they were after him. Too amazed and frightened to speak, all the animals crowded through the door to watch the chase. Snowball was racing across the long pasture that led to the road. He was
running as only a pig can run, but the dogs were close on his heels. Suddenly he slipped and it seemed certain that they had him. Then he was up again, running faster than ever, then the dogs were gaining on him again. One of them all but
closed his jaws on Snowball’s tail, but Snowball whisked it free just in time. Then he put on an extra spurt and, with a few inches to spare, slipped through a hole in the hedge and was seen no more.

Anonymous said...

The 'return' of Snowball, extracted from 'Animal Farm' by George Orwell.

...Suddenly, early in the spring, an alarming thing was discovered. Snowball was secretly frequenting the farm by night! The animals were so disturbed that they could hardly sleep in their stalls. Every night, it was said, he came creeping in
under cover of darkness and performed all kinds of mischief.
He stole the corn, he upset the milk-pails, he broke the eggs,
he trampled the seedbeds, he gnawed the bark off the fruit trees. Whenever anything went wrong it became usual to attribute it to Snowball. If a window was broken or a drain was blocked up, someone was certain to say that Snowball had
come in the night and done it, and when the key of the storeshed
was lost, the whole farm was convinced that Snowball had thrown it down the well. Curiously enough, they went on believing this even after the mislaid key was found under a sack of meal. The cows declared unanimously that Snowball
crept into their stalls and milked them in their sleep. The rats, which had been troublesome that winter, were also said to be in league with Snowball.

Napoleon decreed that there should be a full investigation into Snowball’s activities. With his dogs in attendance he set out and made a careful tour of inspection of the farm buildings, the other animals following at a respectful distance. At every few steps Napoleon stopped and snuffed the ground for traces of Snowball’s footsteps, which, he said, he could
detect by the smell. He snuffed in every corner, in the barn, in the cow-shed, in the henhouses, in the vegetable garden, and found traces of Snowball almost everywhere. He would put his snout to the ground, give several deep sniffs, and exclaim in a terrible voice, “Snowball! He has been here! I can
smell him distinctly!” and at the word “Snowball” all the dogs
let out blood-curdling growls and showed their side teeth....

Anonymous said...

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