Sunday, August 19, 2007

Why THE NEW Singapore?

I ask Singaporean to consider THE NEW Singapore to be one that is WITHOUT famiLEE LEEgime, only that is THE REAL NEW Singapore. All otherwise are not meaningful and not good for Singaporeans at this stage. Particularly the version of NEW Singapore proposed by famiLEE LEEgime itself.

When the famiLEE LEEgime permuted our fellow citizens (quitters) with (6.5 million) NEW Citizens; their baby NKF with NEW NKF; CPF with NEW Annuity; our water with NEWater; our workers with NEW FTs; 5% GST with NEW 7% GST; they called this their NEW Singapore?

Let not forget they also permuted their own world's highest salaries with NEW OUT OF THE WORLD salaries too!

We don't need any NEW HOAX in place of their old ones, we don't buy NEW Corruptions in place of old ones either. That is not our vision of NEW Singapore. In particular, replacing our citizens who are rightful owners of this Republic with their own supersede supply is a plunder of treason level, it is he maximum betrayal and theft these self-serving bandits can do to us Singaporeans.

The famiLEE LEEgime policies had forced Singaporean citizens out of their homeland to be called Quitters, these citizens abandoned their family connections; job; friendship; home; career and even citizenship, to leave this world highest paid GREAT LEADERSHIP who made NEW Singapore by these permutations? Why shouldn't us Singaporean permute famiLEE LEEgime with one that is more normal like the other countries have, say by the aspect of salary to begin with? Why let them exploit and plunder and hurt us and force us out of our rightful homeland and had their citizens' rights succeeded by people from elsewhere?

The Thais did something to famiLEE LEEgime's highly honored Bak Kut Teh guest Thug-Sin, that is also another permutation. Thug-Sin will no longer be treated by famiLEE LEEgime's DPM banquet, as his most loyal friend old dog thief Lee Kuan Yew had just turned to suck-up and bribe the NEW Thai military regime. All the highly precious corrupt clients of Lee Kuan Yew must have noted his loyal friendship and un-betrayed support. :-)

Thug-Sin for one thing had not plundered Human Organs from his people. Lee Kuan Yew's famiLEE LEEgime is still insisting to continue so. Thug-Sin's Thai Rak Thai Party had been convicted of election frauds, but what do we call this?

Not just that Fraud Referendum the famiLEE LEEgime had also just began to RIG their HDB Upgrading Polls to a similarly filthy fraud like this Join Malaysia Referendum, in which VOTERS CAN NOT VOTE NO.

The existence a citizen's rights starts from their capacity to SAY NO! To Refuse and Reject. In particular with their votes.

To analogize this nature of rights, sexual liberty is one's capacity to Refuse and Reject a sexual advance by others.

Any polling or voting or referendum that as ONLY YES as the citizens' choice is basically either a fraud or coerce.

Lee Kuan Yew's famiLEE LEEgime does not stop at fraud & coerce, their other filthy stunts includes menace (HDB Upgrading for GE Vote) and bribery (Progress Package & RSS).

In famiLEE LEEgime's own logic if you do not opt-out then they consider that you had just handed a mandate or consent to screw you, possess or spend your money, abuse your civil rights or even plunder your organs? And when they claimed to the world that they had your mandate, they plundered your consent by designing ballots from which you can not Say NO.

The LKy famiLEE LEEgime openly asked citizens who does not accept their crooked tyranny to leave for other countries, and when citizens left, they call them Quitters, and they move to replace Quitters with foreigners. For those who did not leave, the famiLEE LEEgime also let foreigners take away their jobs & businesses. The betrayed citizens then become 2nd class slaves in their own country.

They can call this outcome THE NEW Singapore?

THE NEW Singapore for the NEW Citizens, and the SAME OLD famiLEE LEEgime (with the exception of NEW salary scale) plus some left over 2nd class slaves?

As a citizen of Singapore, I want my NEW Singapore to be one without the famiLEE LEEgime, which have to be permuted and liquidated. Their crimes against us the citizens have to be punished not just for justice but for educating the future citizens more importantly.

I call fellow Singaporeans to join me, in my vision of NEW Singapore. Aggregate our hearts and strengths together we take our Republic of Singapore back from plundering bandits and make our own NEW Singapore.

Republic of Singapore belongs to us, not the famiLEE. LEEgime is illegitimate and evil. They are incompetent greedy cowards, lets remove them from our homeland.


Friday, August 10, 2007

Rep of Singapore flag lowered once again

On NDP2007, 9th Aug 2007, filled with egoistic propaganda blended with obscurantism misled by patriotism the famiLEE LEEgime once again lower the Rep Of Singapore Flag at about 1900Hr. Traditionally in Singapore and every other country this sunset hour is a standard flag lowering time. Flag raising is at sunrise, flag lowering is at sunset, I think there is no exception unless in Vampire Kingdom where their days & nights are always reversed.

ref TianAnMen Chinese flag raising & lowering schedule

ref American flag rasiing & lowering schedule

Those days when Lee Kuan Yew was PM, NDP at The Padang was always around the sunrise, or at least in the day lights. Those were also the days when this tiny republic rose up to respectable status as a new nation. As it is currently the famiLEE LEEgime's rising days are over, as their status falls globally, they began to also change the hours to conduct NDP in accordance with their own sunset timings. At least it seems that way in the past few years, that NDP were always conducted in the darkness after sunset and at the traditional flag lowering hours.

Obviously they seem to be celebrating the lowering of Republic of Singapore flag, and not the raising on the contrary. How can it be flag raising at 1900hr? Are we the Vampire Kingdom now?

The other obviously inappropriate treatment of Republic Singapore flag is to be hoisted below a helicopter. It is like an insult or abuse to put a flag UNDERNEATH a vehicle, the rope is like an up-side-down flagstaff signifying military defeat or fall of a nation. Any self-respecting nation will not do that especially on a National Day. It isn't that MIW Ah Beng are uniquely innovative with that, but just that no other people will be equally as stupid.

Every time they do this, the status of famiLEE LEEgime and sadly along with Republic of Singapore gets lowered with the flag. It get lower and lower each year it is reaching the bottom of flagstaff and won't be able to go any where lower than that.

Not just what it symbolized but it reflected clearly and fully in accordance with reality of the state. Today there is a severe lose at Singapore Exchange immediately after it reopened from National Day Holiday. STI tumbled 200 points and fell below 3300. Ironically just after famiLEE LEEgime's Ass Loong PM announced his optimistic economic forecast as to be 7-8%. This being the 2nd major STI slump in the week, and both instants lost more than 100 points each.

Peasant took suicide again just before the National Day by jumping to death on the MRT track at Tampines Station. Lee Kuan Yew just about a week ago called this Singapore's Golden Period. Well I agree with him that it is Golden Period for the ministers' families, their salaries increased by more than 50% in one single hike, but surely not for the peasants. The economic growth for PAP ministers' family is above 50%, the peasants gets -10% or -20% so it may average out to be 7-8% growth after being computed by MIW's PHD mathematicians.

It is Golden Period for the million dollar blood sucking Vampires, not for their victims who are being plundered by 7% GST.

Not only the Republic of Singapore's flag had been lowered, the famiLEE LEEgime's karma as well. Heaven already showed a series of omens. Singapore saw snow in July 2007, and consecutive waterspouts earlier this year.

Singapore is under economic sanction and resources embargo such as Indonesian Sand Ban. Temasek investments had been sanctioned in Thailand and soon Indonesia, among their other losses such as Biopolis & Life Science. Pathetically the famiLEE LEEgime bet heavily on Bush's hopelessly failed wars. Ironically they are still full of the most naive form of optimism and totally neglect all their own plights and failures.

There are just too many symptoms of a sunset regime popping up all over the famiLEE LEEgime. The Singaporean people displayed their heavy hearts by the lacking of flags displayed for National Day celebration. It had never be clearer before 2007 that 99.99% of the flags seen are only the effects of RC minions. The individual display of flags also limits to the homes of RC minions'.

My call to fellow Singapore is to aggregate our strengths and make one fruitful push to ouster and remove famiLEE LEEgime, once and for all. Wisely and Bravely conduct our reform, pay the necessary price for it. Singapore is our country our home, and it is worthwhile to do it for our children.

We can not just sit down and watch our flag and republic get lower and lower further. Don't just sit there to await for miracle, don't begrudge the necessary price. There is no meaningful hope of future without necessary price paid.

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Tuesday, August 07, 2007

SG Review Interview

SG Review has a new blog-styled website added recently at their new domain name and links back to their current. I copied their recent interview with myself over to be carried on this blog.

  • 1) Can you give a brief introduction of yourself and how you became involved in this work to bring about democracy in Singapore?

    I am just a Singaporean who strongly feel the need to reform our republic, to eradicate Corrupted; Incompetent; Greedy; Coward; Unjust; Dishonest; Irresponsible and Tyrannic and Feudalistic regime reigned by a single family. I ask the readers of SG Review not to misconstrue my role to be a democracy idealist because I am not one.

    I am not fighting for ideology nor principle, I stress that reform must be very practical and realistic. When we have in Singapore entrenched for decades a family based feudalistic nature regime, that had through it's own totalitarian evolution reached such as stage of Corruption; Incompetence; Self-serving; Greedy; Coward; Unjust; Irresponsible and prolong their own falsehood at such great expense of the people, through Tyrannic tactics and bullies, it is already not realistic in my own view to set democracy idealistically so as our reform aim.

    In my own involvement I want be practical and put idealistic principles aside. End the long running monopoly of Lee Kuan Yew family and cohort first, then go through the necessary cycle to reestablish a truthful non-exploiting governance which is sufficiently checked and better balanced, and in which no long term ruler nor hereditary phenomena would be tolerated.

    Upon that we may (or may not) be measured very high in terms of democracy, but however such a reform would give Rep of Singapore the necessary transformation or transition to a better future.

  • 2) In your experience, what do you think has been the most challenging thing in working for democracy in Singapore?

    I am really new in this and my personal experience wouldn't be really relevant. Realistically I don't really think democracy is THE goal, at least not the most immediate goal during the post-LKY transition. I believe that overly or blindly looking just at democracy alone will cause us to neglect crucially important things. The works for democracy is a longer term matter that we have to continuously put in long lasting efforts after ending of Lee Kuan Yew era. I won't say that ending that is the challenge either, because it will end soon by either one way or another. Challenge however is get it ended by a desirable way and avoid it falling in a way that would become too difficult to reestablish a positive foundation for future Singapore.

  • 3) What do you think is the current level of democracy in Singapore? Do you feel it is enough?

    Singapore had no true experience in democracy, from pre-British ages through British rules, and in entire Lee Kuan Yew regime. Democracy is currently only a falsehood here. Plundering and Graft as well as Exploitation had been systematically legalized and entrenched, reigned almost in the entire history of the republic by a small group of minority surrounding Lee Kuan Yew's family. Citizen's dignity and rights are in worst state than many 3rd world or communist countries. I don't want to make myself sound too extreme but I feel that to discuss democracy with Singaporeans is liken with talking about shark fin abalone soup with people who are in a famine. Please take it as my identification the impracticality rather than a measurement of it's extend above. A good half of adult citizens have no experience of casting a vote – uniquely Singapore in terms of democracy.

  • 4) Personally, what do you think would make the ideal political system in Singapore?

    Just as ideal democracy being too remote for Singapore, it could be too shocking and even frightening for life long suffering slaves to be suddenly liberated into total freedom. Birds grown up in cages and fish bread in aquariums actually needs a transitional rehabilitation before they have ability to survive when released into the wild. Instead of looking for ideal political system for Singapore, I rather study the experience of other nations' transition to democratization, hoping to learn something that is practically useful for Singapore. There is really nothing suitable to be blindly adopted in whole or in full, we have to separate and combine as well as innovate and adapt particularly from recent experiences of fellow Asian nations.

  • 5) There are a lot of Internet criticism that you are "blindly" supporting Dr Chee Soon Juan and the SDP. How do you feel about such criticism and what do you think are the motivations behind such criticism?

    I think it is the people's liberty to criticize me as much as it is my liberty to criticize Lee Kuan Yew regime. But I hope I am not criticizing LKY famiLEE LEEgime BLINDLY. I support many activists and political fighters including Mr. JBJ, bearing the differences in styles and values in between us, we work together on common areas that we can complement each other. For example Mr. M Ravi's anti-death penalty campaign, as Internet community is aware that my manifesto blog proposed death penalty for the worst of corruptions.

    I support & encourage the anti-death activists especially when this regime put police pressure on them. I proposed abolishment of mandatory death penalty especially on small time drug traffickers, however I believe that some of the worst corruptions deserves death penalty. In that light, my support for the anti-death penalty group isn't blind nor hypocritical but just in accordance with my value and faith. My support to Dr. Chee and his party is just similar. People are however always free to criticize me, just I hope not criticizing blindly.

  • 6) As someone who is famous in the Singapore Internet community, do you think the Internet can play a role to bring about more democracy in Singapore? How do you think this can be done?

    In my own view, Internet in it's future developed form in particular will be the key medium for reform and democratization as well as it is for almost any social; economical; medical or industrial developments. It's role is the most crucial of all. There will be web-based opinion polls; gallop polls; exit polls; tracking surveys etc, and may be even the actual election poll would be done over Internet in future, I have no doubt about it. It is a shame that the ability and advantage of Internet is far from being fully utilized by reformists and politicians at the moment, PAP included. Even with the present limited use, differences that would be otherwise impossible had been achieved, by combination of efforts including SG Review as example. Singapore would surely return to stone-age if we had only the 154th media to count on.

    Internet is a prime factor in my view. As Internet technology develops rapidly and creatively, the use of it must be very flexible and adaptive as well as courageous. Web is already begin to combine with Mobilephones.

    I see SG Review itself transformed in the way the Internet infrastructure is being utilized. I helped SDP to begin Pod-Casting, and before we could fully develop RadioSDP, You-Tube came up, and SDP is quick to drop Pod-Casting and adopted You-Tube. We only adapted to Internet's development, as we can not really predict it. I stress as an Internet activist that we must not leave the non-Internet-user Singaporeans behind us. Internet is an advantage with us, but we would not just stay within Internet, I took the fight out from Cyberspace to streets where I faced Riot Squad; ISD; Police; Judge and prison guards, people from the Internet community may think that I am stupid, but I think it is practically important to physically bring our advantages gained within the Cyberspace out to the physical world. Lee Kuan Yew regime tolerated my bold Internet activism very well, but I am forcing them to take it the same way outside Cyberspace. So far the activists outside Cyberspace are gaining good grounds against what I call the LKy famiLEE LEEgime. :-)

    I call the Internet activists to come out and extend the fight out beyond the Cyberspace. We are going to fail if we left non-Internet Singaporeans behind our Cyber-speed's smoke & dust.

  • 7) Can you explain the notion of non-violence and the importance of such a strategy to bring about change in Singapore? How effective do you think this strategy will be?

    I appreciate that non-violence strategy in one form or the other had been and continue to be used by people of many nations, Singapore won't be any exception. It had contributed positively and significantly in making the differences. Even Internet activism should be viewed in general as a form of N-V action. I caution that people should however not be overly indulged or blindly expect beautiful fairytale results from it. Reform would not come cheap, and without paying all the necessary prices please don't dream of freedom and rights or justice or democracy.

    N-V strategy continues to be a reformist tool, even in the future far beyond LKy famiLEE LEEgime's era. I want to point out that just one tool is far from sufficient, and restricting just to N-V boundary will most unlikely get desirable results. At the present, we can observe that massive and long lasting million-activist anti-corruption movement in Taiwan failed to oust Chen Shui Bian so far. Similarly the peaceful protests in Thailand failed to oust Thaksin, it was the Thai military in fortunately non-bleeding coup that ousted Thaksin, which is in theory a non-democratic way to oust a 'democratically elected PM'. However, in my own view, that was a very practical thing done following the meaningful N-V actions strongly demonstrating the wish of Thai people, which justified the ouster by force.

    Thug-sin would had still be in power today otherwise, and probably mass arresting and bankrupting the activists fighters after his wholesale replacement of the military commanders.

  • 8) How do you think Singaporeans can be educated more on democracy? In your experience, do you think organising seminars and lectures by respected international experts on the subject can help spread the knowledge and build up greater awareness on this topic in Singapore?

    My experience in this area of democracy education is very little and insignificant. Learning from other countries, seminars and workshops or conferences are very common practices. Singapore had been too deprived in these areas, but fortunately had seemed to improve. I think more external tours and cross visiting exchanges with vast international partners are crucial. We can not however just be blind copycats, and again innovations plus adaptations as well as combination & separations from the other nations' experiences would be important. I am glad so far, that many foreigners are willing to assist and cross-learn together with Singaporeans, we are not being left out.

  • 9) Do you see the younger generation of Singaporeans as having the passion to fight for a better Singapore? Do you think it is enough?

    Unfortunately that is very inadequate. Children brought up by LKy LEEgime's education popularly begin with PAp kindergartens, put children into development from young age in the way that limits their passion in this necessary area. Defective education is the most difficult to heal sickness of Singapore suffered under LKy rules. Reform must not count on having this to get the success, rather only after the breakthrough of ending LKy LEEgime, there is only then true hope to begin corrections. And it is going to be a very long term hard work to re-cultivate such passion among Singaporeans, these works need to extend far beyond the transition after post-LKy era. There may be a real Golden Age after that. :-)

  • 10) What advice do you have for the younger Singaporeans who wish to embark on this struggle to fight for more democracy in Singapore?

    Singaporeans have to recognize that it is their own duties and interest only to do so. I don't wish to see Singaporeans continue to be a passive lot always awaiting their government to move and motivate them for everything, beginning from reproducing our population, to patriotism, to defense, to plan for retirement and old age etc.

    The grievous Lack of Spontaneity in the first place is a main cause leading to the current scenario that this regime can totally exploit and manipulate our 4 million people so easily and conveniently. If Singaporeans can not be awaken to that, I am afraid any advices from myself or any person would not help at all. And under such circumstance, the only natural replacement after LKy famiLEE LEEgime for Singapore would just be yet another dictatorship which may be worst exploiters than LEEs & gangs.


    Learning from the histories of other nations as well as our own is crucial. We must understand how had we reached our current state of plights in the first place, before we know what to do and not to do in the future. If it was only the fault of just Lee Kuan Yew alone, we wouldn't had become this Singapore, every citizen including the past citizens, have a part in this.