Thursday, May 10, 2012

Please Be There For A Democratic Society Based On Justice And Equality

"We are trying to seek the maximum advantage for Singapore and Singaporeans," so said the Prime Minister. [LinkThe headline stated: "S'poreans will always be top priority: PM Lee" 

Since when did we, average SIngaporeans, enjoy maximum advantage? Maximum advantage of what? Advantage of having our hard-earned savings locked up in CPF? Advantage of seeing our children struggling to pay for the HDB flat? That is, if they can find and afford to buy one.

Since when did we, average Singaporeans, become 'top priority'? Top priority in what? Top priority in losing jobs and scholarships to PRCs and other foreigners? Priority in seeing the 'fat cat' ministers in PAP paying themselves millions while denying the poor a minimum wage?
I remember vividly the May Day Rally of 2011 that was hijacked by the PAP to win votes for the People Action Party. A shameful mass of men-in-white congregating not to honour the hard labour of SIngaporeans but to sell a political party to win votes for despotic goal. I may be wrong but that is my perception when MIW did what they did in May Day Rally of 2011 [Link]. It is a breath of fresh air that MIW did not dress in white in May Day Rally of 2012.

Due to 'bopian'city (Hokkien ='no other option available'), PM Lee Hsien Loong has instructed President Tony Tan to allow Hougang residents to elect their MP on 26 May 2012, despite the pending court case. What Lee wrote in his facebook [Link] shows the 'graciousness' of the PM. Honestly, if what's written is left unsaid, PAP may win more votes in the coming by-election:

"In January this year, news surfaced of personal indiscretions by Mr Yaw Shin Leong, the Workers’ Party (WP) Member of Parliament for Hougang constituency. The WP first kept totally silent, then supported Mr Yaw, and then three weeks later suddenly expelled him from the party. Until now the WP has not given Singa­poreans a full and proper account of what happened, or why it acted in this way. Mr Yaw himself has said nothing, either to explain or to apologise for his behaviour, and has reportedly left the country. Both the WP and Mr Yaw have let down all those who voted for him. As a result of Mr Yaw’s expulsion from the WP, the Hougang constituency seat fell vacant."

The emphasis is mine and it is highlighted to show the character of the facebooker. It would be good if PM Lee re-visit Choo Wee Khiang, uncle of Desmond Choo, before he started throwing stones at his own glass castle.

Just who has let the people down? PAP or WP? I guess the truth as to who has 'come clean' [Link] and who is trying to 'play dirty' will be shown by the result of the by-election in Hougang on 26 May 2012.

MARUAH is commemorating the "25th Anniversary of Operation Spectrum", an outdoor exhibition themed - That We May Dream Again. Remembering the 1987 ‘Marxist Conspiracy’ - will be held from 3pm to 7pm on Saturday 19th May, 2012 at Speakers’ Corner, Hong Lim Park.[Link] 

Be there . . . for a democratic society based on justice and equality . . . for yourself, your children and your children's children . . .

For all their smarts and smirks, I humbly ask the PAP leaders,"With your ad nauseum brag of first world standard in Singapore, why does EPF of Malaysia continue to pay higher interest than CPF pays its members in Singapore? Pray tell."



At May 10, 2012 at 3:35 AM , Anonymous Amused said...

I'm glad that opposition parties are united in not losing Hougang to PAP. No one wants a 35% MP.

People need choices. Ironically, in the upcoming BE, it's better to have no more than 2 candidates.

At May 10, 2012 at 10:22 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes, let us dream again for the better Singapore we used to be!
Majuallah Singapura!!!

At May 10, 2012 at 4:44 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

So far the people who have gained maximum advantage and top priority are the elites and the fat cat cronies - not lesser mortals. What makes it worse is the high inflation and high cost of living.

If you point your finger at someone to be accountable, there are 3 fingers pointing back at yourself - make sure you don't have skeletons of your own in your cupboard. We call this hypocrisy - or don't throw stones if you live in glass houses.

We want reforms - an independent election commission, removal of GRCs, repeal of the ISA, more transparency and accountability (starting with the SWFs losses) - not free teochew porridge and hearing aids and self-serving policies. We want a democratic society based on justice and equality. We want our country back - we want more opposition.

At May 10, 2012 at 7:06 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"By the skillful and sustained use of propaganda, one can make a people see even heaven as hell or an extremely wretched life as paradise" - Adolf Hitler

At May 10, 2012 at 8:19 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I enjoy reading Fish's articles. I felt a little disappointed when Fish toke a break from 03 April to 05 May. Please keep it up, Fish.

At May 10, 2012 at 9:02 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The most ironical and double-standard that PAP MIWs ever did just because they can as they think they are above the law is that they give themselves minimum wage through Terms of Reference in the minister's salary review which as good as guarantee at least a millions dollar annually as minimum wage whereas these same clowns insist that lesser mortals must not have minimum wages at all cost.

Can anyone sense how corrupted can these holier-than-white clowns are ? Are people willing to get screw by these corrupted beings by voting them in ?

At May 11, 2012 at 9:14 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll be there . Let the ghost of the Marxist Conspiracy haunt and continue to haunt those who had a hand in it. That they will NEVER find peace until they admit their WRONGDOING!

At May 11, 2012 at 4:03 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

In India the interest rate of EPF is 8.6% and in Malaysia the interest rate for the past 10 years averaging 5.7%

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