Friday, February 13, 2009

A very good dose!

"You know, the cure for all this talk is really a good dose of incompetent government. And we are getting that dose now. You had refused to vote the alternative party previously, and now you'll never put Singapore together again: Humpty Dumpty cannot be put together again. Our asset values have disappeared by $200,000,000,000, our women have become chabermaids in hotels, and soon, all our sickly senior citizens will be shipped off to Johor Bahru to die!" -Young Pay-And-Pay

Thursday, February 12, 2009

许文远猪狗不如!Khaw Boon Wan is worse than an animal!


许文远不配做新加坡部长! 议员! 华人! 亚洲人! 人。
许文远是畜牲! 猪狗不如!



Filial Piety
the foremost of all actions!

The first time, we can try to shut an eye and give him more ropes to hang himself.
The second time, there is no more excuse;
Becauae it never was an "honest mistake".
It's the conscious action of a recalcitrant, unrepentent government!

Khaw Boon Wan is not fit to be a Singapore Minister! MP! Chinese! Asian! human!
He is an animal! worse than an animal!

PAP has lost the moral rights
to govern Singapore.

Serangoon Gardens for Foreign Workers, Johor Bahru for Elderly Singaporeans

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

How immigrants from PRC view Singapore

This is what happens after PAP give away our hard-earned money to new immigrants from China, in the form of bond-free scholarships, medical subsidies etc, and not to mention, non-monetary favours such as specially reserved quotas in premier secondary schools and universities (20% slots reserved for foreigners!).

Wendy made some very good points about why it is not appropriate to compare the current Chinese Immigrants to our forefathers from China (circumstances are completely different - e.g. the British did not throw money to attract our forefathers etc). You can read by going to this page. Then, click on "more info".

The same song by an Ang Moh:


Saturday, February 7, 2009

Only in Singapore!

Man killed by moving SMRT train
By Cheryl Frois, Channel NewsAsia | Posted: 06 February 2009 2344 hrs
SINGAPORE: A man was killed by a moving SMRT train early Friday morning.

According to the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF), the force of the moving train had flung the man backwards onto the platform.

The victim, who is believed to be in his 50s, suffered head injuries and died.

SMRT is assisting the police in investigations.

In all other countries, it 's called suicide.

Suicide - especially the train version - is a taboo word in Singapore, where one person commits suicide per day.

Uniquely Singapore!

Monday, February 2, 2009


Boot-licker Chua Chee Lay/ Seng Han Thong/ Seng Wei Ping (hanyu pinyin):

(paraphrased) MM Lee visited MP Seng /me /my father five times at the Singapore General Hospital, once even late in the night at 10pm! MM Lee is the one person that MP Seng /me /my father admires very much. So, we are all very touched and grateful and honoured by his presence. (That's why we took a photo of his visit and publicised the photo and the number of visits to the Straits Times, Lianhe Zaobao, Lianhe Wanbao and all other big and small newspapers in Singapore). MP Seng/I /My dad even told MM Lee that he need not inconvenience himself to come visit so regularly

Lee Wei Ling:

I suffered a serious surgical complication on Jan 9 and am now recuperating in Singapore General Hospital as I write this.

Ouch! Does the truth hurt? LKY was not "inconveniencing" himself. Nor did he make any special trip at 10pm. It's an "on the way", 举"脚"之劳 thing for him!

So much for you three ass-lickers' wishful thinking! Hahahahaha!


The 3rd One

Lee Wei Ling:

My parents called a family meeting in their bedroom soon after Saigon fell. My father, Mr Lee Kuan Yew, then Singapore's Prime Minister, told us: 'Mama and I will stay here to the bitter end. Hsien Loong is already in the SAF and must do his duty. But the three of you need not feel obliged to stay.'

Wait a minute! Erm, "the three of you"?

Lee Hsien Yang is 1.

Lee Wei Ling is 2.

Who was that 3rd one who made up "the three of you"?

This one?

After all, apart from similarities in looks, there are similarities in mannerism too: