Saturday, October 25, 2008

The government is able to do this only because...

The Singapore National Anthem

From the last part of the above video:
The Government is able to do this only because the people have had their voices taken away. The only remedy to this, and other problems that citizens face, is for the people to regain their political rights to free speech and peaceful assembly. Only when citizens are able to physically congregate en masse and speak freely will the Government sit-up and pay attention.

According to Lee Kuan Yew, those are the words of a near-psychopath.

What do you think?

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Singapore is a Fine City

In Singapore, taking a nap in a park is considered an offence, punishable under Singapore's Parks and Tree Act 2005.

On October 15, 2008, an elderly man - 62 years old private bus driver Mr. Kassim - was woke up from his 15-minutes nap on a park bench by 2 park rangers and fined $200.

That's because he "had misused the park facility by sleeping on the bench", explained the National Parks Board. The board further boasted that it has fined more than 10 people for misusing the facilities in the parks since June 2008 (i.e. in the 3 months period preceding this incident)

FUCK YOU, National Park Board!

Fuck you for upholding the "Singapore is a fine city" image, when we, in Young Pay-And-Pay, are trying very hard to con foreigners to believe otherwise, so that they will visit Singapore, sink their roots here, and replace the locals who are leaving in droves!

Next time, come talk to us first!

PAP: I want you to want to die!

Advance Medical Directives, or AMD, allows a person to declare that he does not wish to receive external life-sustaining treatment in the event of terminal illness.

And that's a good law, if the intention is noble - to provide citizens with the ability to make choices concerning their lives.

And if that's indeed your intention, you will enact such a legislation and stop at that.

But, alas, if the intention is actually sinister - to apply pressure on citizens so that they will all "choose" to die than to waste precious resource living, you won't be contented with just a legislation. You will do more; Much much more:

Mr Khaw said his ministry has been unduly squeamish in the promotion of the AMD, resulting in a low uptake of fewer than 10,000 people.

Going forward, the ministry will promote it more actively, and make the process of signing the AMD less complicated by providing a multilingual registration form in easy-to-understand language.

Currently, some doctors shy away from acting as witnesses to patients signing this document because they don't fully understand the implications of the AMD.

Mr Khaw said he might make legislative changes to do away with the need for witnesses to be doctors.

It's up to you, but I want to actively let you know that if you want to die, you can die, and I hope you will want to die!

Luckily, we in Young Pay-And-Pay have special privilege when it comes to hospital treatment. Heng ah!

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Don't tell people he is my Prime Minister. Very pai seh!

What the F is he talking about?
Chillies and Onions?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

Please! Help bury my head in the sand.
I cannot bear listening to him anymore!

Think before you open your mouth, you clown!
You are supposed to be the Crown Prince, not Clown Prince!

This is how people are making fun of you online now:

Every time you make such goofs, we in Young Pay-And-Pay have to wipe your backside clean!

Thursday, October 2, 2008

A Nation in Mourning

If you would like to show your support for all that Mr. Jeyaretnam stood for, how about putting this flag and this video on your blog too, just as both the picture maker and video producer have suggested? You can also include this paragraph, so that your readers, upon reading, can do their part too, on their blogs. Many of us, for one reason or another, have not shown direct support for JBJ in real life when he was alive, com'on, let us be brave enough to at least take a stand, and show our virtual support, OK?