A Testimony Of Michael Palmer's Good Standing Or Low Thia Khiang's Graciousness?
In this video, if only the woman moderator could be a little more original.
In the following video, if only this man had more foresight and less arrogance. If only he knew that there's something known as comeuppance within one's lifetime. Not necessary the next birth.
In this video, I'm glad that this man did not ask PAP to come clean or complain that PAP sells rotten fruits.
It warms my damaged heart to know that there are decent Singaporeans (political leader) who do not gloat over the mistakes and misery of political opponents to score cookie points.
Meanwhile, many Singaporeans are anxiously waiting to know:
When is PM Lee calling for a By-election in Punggol East?
When is PM Lee going to take action on a MP who abused his power?
Parking issues in private estates are common. I have helped mediate these and have conducted various dialogues with my residents in private estates for various streets. They are time consuming and require effort and cooperation by all parties.
Ms Yolanda Chin, who lives near the eateries and wrote “Inconsistent parking enforcement” (Oct 31), had approached me previously about noise and traffic issues. I asked the eateries to cooperate and ensure their patrons observe the rules.
I also asked for enforcement to be stepped up during busy periods, when there was indiscriminate parking in the area. Residents have told me that things have since improved.
The garden party on the day in question, from 4pm to 6pm on a Saturday, was to celebrate the completion of an estate upgrading project in Ms Chin’s estate. All its residents were invited.
As I was driving there, I saw an enforcement officer about to book some cars; I stopped and told him that many residents would be at the party and, unless their cars were obstructing traffic, to apply a light touch and not issue any summons.
This was not the peak period, the cars were parked in an orderly manner and I do not think there were any public safety issues as Ms Chin stated.
I am an advocate that everyone, resident or not, should be reasonable and considerate, with a give and take approach.
All are neighbours there, and when one starts to adopt an uncompromising or unneighbourly approach, such behaviour normally spreads.
It then becomes a lose-lose situation. Most importantly, it destroys the neighbourly spirit in any community.
There will always be some residents who insist that there be constant enforcement, regardless of circumstances. I am against such a “principled” approach for such matters.
I take heart that in two streets in my estate where such disputes used to occur, things have improved following a series of mediation and consensus building among residents.
They have adopted their own ground rules and determination to solve matters internally and to call the enforcement agency only as a last resort.
It has worked well, and the neighbourhood is more peaceful and cordial now.
Back to the garden party: As it was raining heavily from 5.30pm, most residents and cars had already left by then. I hope this letter puts things in the right perspective.
Seah Kian Peng
Member of Parliament
Marine Parade GRC
[Source]: Letter first appeared in TodayOnline on 2 Nov.
Imagine what the msm hounds would do if an opposition MP were caught for the same abuse of power?
Or are PAP MPs entitled to take the laws into their own hands?
Or are PAP MPs messing with town councils' business without a thought for the well-being of their constituents? [Link] A case where Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau and Attorney-General’s Chambers should investigate?
I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired.
The double speak, the hubris that I get from the power that is especially the leeders irks me no end.
The balls carrying sychophantic mainstream media suffocate me. I can hardly breathe.
Some say I may get radicalised, but fortunately, the alternative news and views that I get from internet keeps me sane.
The ability to write in this blog gets the elephant off my chest and helps me breathe easier. It lightens me up!
When it's all said and done, just feedmetothefish.
With my crazy writing, my children and the greatgrandma of my granddaughter worry that the "legal/factual" big stick will come after me for being radicalised or for being ridiculous:)
Hopefully, the fish will get me first:)
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