Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Peace for Burma.....

"Somebody who is sick, he wants to come to Singapore,
he needs treatment and you're telling me that
I shouldn't treat him because he is not a good man?
It goes against the Hippocratic oath of doctors."
-PM Lee on medical treatment of Burmese junta leaders in Singapore.
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"The military is a key institution in Myanmar that cannot be wished away.
Any peaceful solution to the crisis will have to involve all parties,
including the military. If the military is not
part of the solution, there will be no solution.”
-Singapore’s Permanent Representative at the U.N., Vanu Gopala Menon
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"......the turmoil as part of "neo-colonialist attempts" to
impose Western-style democracy on Myanmar.....
Normalcy has now returned in Myanmar"
- Foreign Minister U Nyan Win on
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President Bush should have kept Saddam around to help run Iraq, I'm sure the country would be alot more peaceful. Thank goodness peace has returned to Burma and the country has returned to normalcy. I'm so impressed by the wisdom of our UN rep who strongly believes the junta is part of the solution - most definitely who would be around to get rid of troublemaking monks if the junta is not around. I guess that the junta works for the good of the Burmese people, if they were harming the people, why would the Singapore govt allow its leaders to come to Singapore for medical treatment. I'm sure our govt wouldn't allow sworn enemies of USA like Bin Laden to seek medical treatment in Singapore.
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Singapore is the 2nd biggest investor in Burma. This will help to provide jobs for the Burmese people so they don't become jobless. The hardship in Burma is caused by pro-democracy activists who have damaged the image of the country and caused sanctions to be imposed. Some blame the leadership for plundering the country causing widespread poverty - this is not true, the junta leaders are the elites in the country and have risen to the top in a system that is based on meritocracy - anyone can join the army and climb to the top. The current leader was only a postal clerk when he started. Now that he has made his way up meritocraticallly it is only right he get the rewards he deserves.
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Singapore police will arrest anyone who protests against the Burmese junta because it is against the Singapore law to do so. Just yesterday a group of 5 troublemakers were arrested as they stood outside the Istana to protest against the junta. The junta is part of a solution to peace bring to Burma and end the bloodshed. The junta should increase its spending on security and upgrade the gear of its riot police to bring peace to Burma like it is done in some other countries.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

"We don't play dirty money, we don't condone money laundering," Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong

Buying supporters. Fixing oppositions. Direct from the horse's mouth.
What do you call that?

Playing dirty politics.

Don't play dirty money? Then play CPF money?

Anonymous said...

As I've said previously that there is an old chinese proverb that those in power always have 2 mouths. To suit themselves, they will not hesitate to tell a blatant lie to cover another lie. It seems that being able to tell a lie convincingly is a prequisite to becoming one of the Puppy ministers.

Otherwise why do you think that they are paying you more than a million bucks every year !!!.

Anonymous said...

Of course, the junta is part of the solutions. The junta holds the keys to the rich resources in Burma. They are the ones holding the rifles. Our SG government likes to deal with the junta, the junta can probably pay cash. Cash is king, as we know.

If this information of money laundering is not true, why the hell does the SG government play the delay tactics with Indonesia when the government keeps on saying they are clean? They are trying to void the extradition treaty.

Another round of wayang, as usual.

Anonymous said...

"... If the military is not
part of the solution, there will be no solution.”
-Singapore’s Permanent Representative at the U.N., Vanu Gopala Menon

Yeh, because you PAP big shots are not facing the guns.

By the way is it true the PAP sells weapons to the junta as CSJ had been saying?

Truth or lie? If lie why not come out and counter that. It is dangerous to spread such a lie.

at82 said...

It is widely reported in the international media. However no one in S'pore had come out to clarify the matter.

Someone should ask the question in the parliament so we can all know the answer.

Anonymous said...

The PAP leadership must support the military junta in Myanmar for the stability and betterment of the Myanmar people. The crushing of peaceful demonstrations and mass arrests of monastics are applauded. This ensures that our investments in Myanmar, and also the badly needed medical tourists to our first world medical facilities are safeguarded. The wise leadership of Myanmar has certainly learnt much from Singapore on how to deal with trouble makers.

Anonymous said...

...Not forgetting the re-export of military hardware through our friendly and excellent first-world free port is needed to bypass the evil neo-colonialist sanctions by deceitful democracies of the West.

Capt_Canuck said...

"Somebody who is sick, he wants to come to Singapore,
he needs treatment and you're telling me that
I shouldn't treat him because he is not a good man?
It goes against the Hippocratic oath of doctors."
-PM Lee on medical treatment of Burmese junta leaders in Singapore

totally agree, it would go against the hippocratic oath to deny medical treatment to a man because we know that he is beating his wife and kids. I wouldnt deny him medical treatment, but I sure as hell wouldnt be investing loads of money into his home to keep him alive, well and in command of that house.