Friday, February 15, 2008

I clean up Minister's shit

"We expected you to be shocked by it.
"We wanted you to be shocked by it.
"We had never intended to implement it! "
"It's our way to get you to accept
the real plan we had in mind"

Don't say I anyhow put words into his mouth, ok?

You read it for yourself and tell me if I have paraphrased him correctly:

Today, 14 February 2008 .
The Government's initial floating of a non-refundable annuity scheme offering payouts from age 85 had met with strong public resistance. Dr Ng said this was expected. "We wanted people to be shocked that they would be living for so long � and then just gently reinforce the messages," he said, adding that the refundable option "was always on the table".

In other words, the government had - right from the very beginning - one and only one plan: refundable premium.

But, it had pretended that it wanted to impose a non-refundable version - a version that does not exist at all! It had fully expected that this lie would not go down well with the people, and it had schemed - right from day 1 - to release the real plan, after people objected to the phantom non-existent plan!

It's like shopping:

Auntie: "this one - how much"?

Shop owner (to himself : "$50"):
Shop owner: "$100"

Auntie: "What? You taking me for a ride? Good bye"!

Shop owner: "Ok lah, Auntie, don't angry lah. Give you 50% discount, ok? $50. Cannot go lower - already selling you at cost price"!

Auntie: "Deal!"

Auntie to her daughter: "See? Mummy is so good at bargaining. Be like me - assertive, stand up for yourself. Don't be a push-over. This shop not bad. Next time, must vote for it in those shopping-experience contest".

Shop owner to his son (the future shop owner): "her initial outrage was expected. We wanted her to be shocked. $50 was always on the table - actually, the only thing on the table".

Way to go!, man!

That's the way to run a country - play tricks on your citizens, devise schemes to con them, lie to them....

...and then tell them boldly you have tricked them and conned them and lied to them!

Well done, Minister Ng Eng Hen!

You are indeed of ministerial material! Only Ministers of calibre are that bold.

And now, it's up to us in Young Pay-And-Pay to do the damage control for you!


You vomit shit, and we gotta cover your back-side for you!


Every time like that!

KNN, next time you can learn to keep your big mouth shut or not?

Why must boast? Just laugh quietly at those peasants' stupidity, cannot is it?

Sunday, February 10, 2008




Money! Money! Money!

Your fellow ass licker cum apple polisher

Saturday, February 9, 2008

Monkey Business

President S R Nathan, speaking to reporters at the Istana Open House on 8 Feb 08:
"Ah Meng has been so much of a symbol of the Zoo. A lot of people – locals and foreigners – have enjoyed her company. I'm sure the patrons of the Zoo will miss her a great deal. But that's life."

We pay the President of the Republic of Singapore more than $4,000,000 a year to talk about how much he misses a monkey?

I counted - 40 words altogether. That's more than $100,000 per word.

Wah, really golden words!

Why doesn't he talk about how much he misses the many human Singaporeans who have "fallen" onto the MRT tracks? (He is the people's president, not a monkey president, right?)

Or tell us how many tonnes of $50/kg bak kwa he bought with his 7 figure salary - more than 8 times that of US president - to share with the visitors to his Istana who cannot afford such delicacies? (Erm, he did treat his visitors, right?)

Or explain why he is charging citizens who visit certain buildings in the Istana (built using his salary??) a fee, in the name of "charity"?

Yes, Mr. President. we, in Young Pay-And-Pay, miss that monkey too...

...for we now have one less thing to remind us of the monkey business that is going on everyday on this Island!