Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Thanks To PAP's Liberal Acceptance of Immigrants, We Are Fooked AfookGAIN!

The insult and torture continues . . .

The tenor of the debate has unnerved some Chinese immigrants, and angered others. Wang Quancheng, the chairman of the Hua Yuan Association, the largest organization representing mainlanders, said the government was not doing enough to help integrate new arrivals, but he also blamed Singaporeans for their intolerance and said many were simply jealous that so many Chinese immigrate here with money in their pockets.

“Of course, the new arrivals are rich or else the government would have to feed them,” he said. “Some locals are very lazy and live off the government. When new immigrants come, they think it is competition, taking away their rice bowls.” [Link] and [Link]

We were called "dogs" and our PAP leader (Was it a certain Mr Baey???) asked us to look within ourselves and reflect. Now we are deemed to be intolerant, jealous "very lazy and live off the government" and we are supposed to suck it all up for the orgasmic thrill of Wang Quancheng, the chairman of the Hua Yuan Association?

Pardon my expression but I have to borrow from Rockson's [Link] favourite Hokkien swear phrase: "KNNMCCB !!! Wang Quancheng!!!" And the same exclamation goes to the leeders of PAP who through their callousness brought such insults upon us Singaporeans, not excluding the misery of making us compete for HDB flats, a seat in a bus or MRT, a bed in the hospital and the air that we breathe . . .
There is only so much that born-and-bred Singaporeans can tolerate . .

And I'm waiting to hear what the honourable PAP mintsters and MP have to say . . . "look within ourselves and reflect more??????"

Or are they just simply going to move on and . . .  shut the fook up?

And if we hear nothin' from them. . . .

Just Fook'em dead . . . now, 2016 and forever. . .

Even though they are in 'Love At First Light"



At August 1, 2012 at 2:39 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

How many years has this Wang been here, and he still thinks we're "living off the govt"?! In a country where it's a case of "You die your business"? How little he knows about Singapore and Singaporeans.

Going by what he sneers, integration is obviously out for Wang. But you'd think he'd have the cow sense to take just the minutest bit of time to at least get the lay of the land he's living in.

On the other hand, it is people like him who vindicate Singaporeans accused of not being welcoming to the Wangs, Patels and Fernandos who've washed up on these shores. He makes it clear that the growing divide here is not of Singaporeans' making.

Wang's pronouncement also shows that he may have spurs in his hide, but little between his ears.

There're a million such people here, and that's just the China lot. Do you think they will keep quiet over policies they don't agree with? Simply wait till a GE comes round to vote to change things?

Are they not more likely to take making changes into their own hands, hang the rules and regulations?

The game is definitely changing. If I were the govt I'd be pretty concerned about whether I'll be able to handle the new players, who, unlike the old players, are not compliant and won't put up with shit.

To those of us feeling fooked, what develops could be quite amusing. Some might even describe it as karma.

At August 1, 2012 at 7:16 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...


National University of Singapore economist Tan Gek Yap(ph) says this is simply because Singapore’s economy creates more jobs than locals can fill. And if government spending on infrastructure and services can keep up with immigration, he says, Singapore’s population still has room to grow.

TAN GEK YAP: You see, people in Singapore, they’re pampered. They’re not seeing how crowded Tokyo or Hong Kong or London or New York subway is. And therefore, they think it is very crowded. But Singapore has only 5 million. And I think if you plan it properly, I think we can live comfortably with 8 million.

At August 1, 2012 at 8:30 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

everyone should know by now that the western newspapers always have their own agendas when they write articles about S'pore.

At August 1, 2012 at 9:43 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

60% of your friends & relatives voted for the Pro Alien Party.

You need to do the minimum.
Convert just one of your friends or relatives into an Opposition voter.

If everyone of us did this.
40% becomes 80% in GE 2016.

At August 1, 2012 at 12:13 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr Wang QC should be asking why his government does not want their money, attract them to stay and contribute in their own country.

At August 1, 2012 at 3:23 PM , Blogger oldhorse42 said...

Another person that would fook the fish hard is Yang Mu mentioned in the last paragraph of the New York Times article. He was a PRC economist who obtained his citizenship three years on arrival here and have voted in four elections(more than what I have for the last 20 years the Yang guy was here)What was his contribution to Singapore that earned him a rapid grant of citizenship: he runs a local charity that teaches English to Chinese migrants! Well, after 20 years here, he professed that he still don't feel he belong here and would move back to china when he retires. He is already 66 years old.

At August 1, 2012 at 8:20 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now after the hoo and the hah
and losing a GRC they are reinvented their salaries by giving
Senior Ministers position to
most of the untested after hammering us the the shit of overcrowding priced out properties
depressed wages
Agree with u fish we are fooked

At August 1, 2012 at 8:45 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Feed me to the fish,

look at how they cut their own pay, and after that not happy with it, promote themselves to be ministers with higher pay, as good as reinstate their own pay.

Who the hell these filthy monkeys are kidding us with ?

At August 3, 2012 at 11:31 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spore needs political equilibrium at the parliamentary level.

Without which has resulted in public institutions being politicised like the sporting orgainisations and state media.

Singapore needs a few good leaders, man or woman, from private or public sectors, to restore the balance before it is too late.

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