Wednesday, July 18, 2007

My Big Boss is more advanced

If you don't include your women graduates in your breeding pool and leave them on the shelf, you would end up a more stupid society... So what happens? There will be less bright people to support dumb people in the next generation. That's a problem". -- Lee Kuan Yew, National Day Rally, 1983

If nature does not wish that weaker individuals should mate with the stronger, she wishes even less that a superior race should intermingle with an inferior one; because in such a case, all her efforts, throughout hundreds of thousands of years, to establish an evolutionary higher stage of being, may thus be rendered futile" -- Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, Chapter XI, Race and People

I read somewhere on the internet that some rebels compare my beloved Big Boss to Adolf Hitler.

What an insult!

My Big Boss is not the same as Hitler. Lee Kuan Yew is way way more advanced in thinking compared to Hitler!

Let me explain:

Firstly, you should understand that Hitler regarded the Germans collectively as a superior race. But my Big Boss has not regarded his own people as a collective entity, as one single superior group. Instead, he has divided his own people, Singaporeans, into two distinct classes even though they are all of the same nationality and race (eg. Chinese Singaporeans): the superior elite Singaporeans and the inferior "dumb people" (Sinkies). And my big boss has done that systematically and objectively, via exams at primary 3 (GEP selection), primary 4 (EM1/2/3), primary 6 (PSLE), Secondary 4 (O-level), JC 2 (A-level). Did Hitler implement such nation-wide, multi-year sieving and streaming to seperate the superior from the "dump people"? I don't think so.Then how can you compare him to Lee?

Secondly, Hitler directed his extermination policies to foreigners, namely the Jews, whom he had viewed as inferior. To put it metaphorically, his guns were directed outwards. But my Big Boss went several steps ahead of Hitler. He exterminated his own citizens whom he had deemed inferior, and replaced them with foreigners whom he had deemed superior! Metaphorically, this would be like a family head pointing his guns, not at outsiders, but inwards, aiming at his own family members! That's much more advanced compared to what Hitler did. Don't you agree?

So you rebels, don't insult my Big Boss by comparing him to Hitler; Adolf Hitler is kachiamp puteh, nothing more than ikan bilis, compared to my one and only idol: Lee Kuan Yew!

Anyway, don't you think my big boss looks fiercer than Hitler?

Adolf Hitler should call Lee Kuan Yew Sifu!


Show some respect to my Big Boss lah.

LKY is Singapore's Hitler? Please lah! He derverve more credit! *yawn*

Monday, July 16, 2007

Dont try to fuck around with us!


That's right. YOU - an ordinary citizen with no political inclination!

Maybe you think that if YOU were not a politician or a member of an opposition party, your movement would not be monitored by ISD.

Well, in a way, you are right! ISD is indeed not involved with small flies like YOU.

Instead WE are the one involved. We, members of Young Pay-And-Pay, many of whom are in the grassroot movements, monitor you day and night.

We monitor where you live, how many kids you have, how old they are, what time you and your kids go out, what time you and your kids come home, whether your kids are always at home, or always out of the home...

How come we have so much time and energy to do that? Well, actually, we live right next to YOU! We are your neighbours living in the same town. Our job is to walk about the neighbourhood to monitor YOUR activities.

In fact, we have a list of names of YOUR kids, and we will check your kids movement against the list - for example, if the list says your kids should be in school, but your kids are always at home, then clearly something is not right. We will get "curious" and we will knock on your door to pay you a visit.

Yes, we will!

You think I, young Pay-And-Pay, am spreading an urban legend, or am threatening you? Fine! No point arguing with you. I will just let the newspaper that we control, do the talking for us.

This was from The New Paper, July 16, 2007, by Karen Wong:

(Marsiling grassroot leader) Mr Lee (kek Meng) often sees Tina playing with Reena when he passes by their flat, and was curious why the older girl was always at home.

Mr Lee was involved in an outreach exercise, which involved tracking pre-school children who are due for school, but had yet to enrol.

So he decided to check Tina's name against a list which (fellow community leader) Madam Goh had of 5- and 6-year-old children in their area.

They are children who were supposed to be in school but are recorded as not.

He was surprised to see that Tina's name was not on the list of children to visit.

Together with Madam Goh, they decided to visit the family.

First, we will monitor your movement by "passing by your flat" every few days. We will peep in and see who is at home and who is not. If there is nothing out of the ordinary, we will keep quiet, and you will get none the wiser. You won't even know you are being monitored!

But then, if we don't like what we see, we become "curious". And that's when we will consult the lists of names and NRIC given to us by higher authorities to help us watch you more effectively.

Finally, if what we see and what our list says do not match, we will knock on your door to demand an explanation.

Oh yes, we will!

We will walk right up to you and ask you point blank:

Why is it that every time I walk pass your flat, I see your children at home? Chor Bor Lan is it? KNN, you peasants no need to work is it? Why they not in school? Why they not playing outside? WHY WHY WHY? You tell me lah! Tell me their names. Show me their birth certificate. I want to check what if they are on my special list of children to watch out for. Nope, not on my list. Lagi worse! Why not on my list? You give me a full account of who they are, what country they are born in, and where their parents are! Be truthful, we are going publish the result of this investigation in the newspaper!

This is Singapore and this is how we do things.

Ok lah, to be fair, my more senior and experienced colleagues can talk to you in a much nicer manner than the conversation above, which is how I, a young member would have put it to you. But while the means may be different, the ends are the same - we monitor you and we must find out why there are discrepancies between what we monitor and what our list says.

So get real, you rebel wannabes and start behaving! Don't force us to pay you a visit. We may not be ISD, we may be more polite, but don't be fooled: we are still monitoring you with a very helpful list.

And remember: iF you don't like such surveillance which are conducted round the clock 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by your fellow neighbours who walk pass your "castle" every few days and who are armed with a list of your family's particulars (name, NRIC, age etc), YOU leave.

That's right. YOU should be the one to leave singapore, not us.

We own Singapore. Not you peasants!

And since we own it, we have the right to ask your neighbours to monitor you, your wife, your husband, your kids, and even your baby! And we have the right to give them a list of all your particulars to help them do their job.

And get it, you rebels, Singaporeans do not mind!!!

For why else, were we able to proudly announce the result of our monitoring in our newspaper, as if the effective surveillance of citizens by state-appointed personnel armed with state-sanctioned lists, is an achievement to be bragged about?

So, don't even try to fuck around with us! No Sinkies will buy your mumbo jumbo high-sounding ideals of The Right to Privacy From the State's Surveillance. You are just going to make a fool of yourself, if you start talking about the need for human rights, or the perils of having a police state.

Singaporeans love a police state! And so they love us!

They do not like people of Chee Soon Juan type, who keep talking about the importance of human rights.

Get that into your nit wit brain, and toe the line or leave!

Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha!

(So how? Am I more Wee Shu Min, than Wee Shu Min?)

Sunday, July 15, 2007

Don't force us to shoot you!

Haha! Hip Hip Hooray!

I applaud the brilliance of my Asses and Apples in staging this mock display of violence at the National Day Parade rehearsal.

We have no choice. Peasants are dismissing our words and treating us as if we are jokers.


It is high time we show those peasants that we really mean business when our big boss said:

"Without the elected president and if there is a freak result, within two or three years, the army would have to come in and stop it"

What better way to impress upon the young minds that this is not an empty threat than at the NDP rehearsal, which, according to the Straits Times, was attended by 18,000 primary 5 pupils, whose "viewing of last night's NDP rehearsal was part of a National Education programme in schools, which aims to develop national cohesion".

What a superb National Education Programme!

And just in case those kids' parents are too dense to get our subtle message and still stubbornly think that we are only joking, we have gotten the Straits Times to highlight our message in no uncertain terms, right in the first paragraph in the Straits Times article that acompanied this picture is.

Go on. Make a guess. What do you think is the first sentence in the Straits Times report?

July 15, 2007
Ok, ok, I'll behave, don't shoot
ELEVEN-YEAR-OLD Yeung Cheak Heng hammed it up for his friends last night, raising his arms in mock surrender as a Special Operations Command officer aimed a weapon at him.

Yeah, you peasants! BEHAVE!

Don't make my Asses and Apples shoot you.

I, young Pay-And-Pay may only know how to "shoot" you with lies and myth and legends in the Straits Times forum page, but my Asses and Apples can shoot you with real guns. OK?

I strongly advise all of you to stop your nonsense on the various online forums. Be like me! Licking somebody's backside may be a dirty job, and carrying balls a great strain on our muscles, but it pays well, and for money, I am willing to do anything. What about you?

I hope you are just like me, a proud member of YPAP - Young Pay-And-Pay welcomes you to join us in licking asses and polishing apples. That's our specialty and we will teach you all that we know. Come join us today!