Friday, August 29, 2008

famiLEE LEEgime horrified by political defections

CNA News article

In their worst trepidation the famiLEE LEEgime is watching Malaysian by-election in Permatang Puah in which Mr. Anwar won by landslide and the plan to dethrone BN regime by the 16 September which is Malaysia Day and the birthday of Old Dog Thief Lee Kuan Yew :-)

Ass Loong Son in the parliament this week in great fear insisted that for STABILITY the MPs are not allowed to defect to other political parties like the Malaysians, and that any MP who resigned from their parties under which they were voted will automatically lose their seats. And they will still not call for any by elections!

I would like to point out that famiLEE LEEgime has no self-confident at all and they are indeed worst cowards than Malaysian BN regime. They are constantly in deep fear of political defections and instability indeed.

I would further point out that their law is only meant to retrain their own famiLEE LEEgime MPs from defecting to the opposition camp, this measure is made at great fear that famiLEE LEEgime will get dethroned by defection.

There is only a one-sided imposition of this law against the PAp MPs, while it obviously does not apply to opposition MP. Therefore the famiLEE LEEgime's MPs must all the more defect and renegade against famiLEE. :-)

The clear evidence for this broken law is that Mr. Chiam See Tong was in 1992/1993 sacked from the Singapore Democratic Party, however he did not lose his Potong Pasir seat in accordance with famiLEE LEEgime's law. I am not saying that Mr. Chiam should had lost his seat. But I am saying that famiLEE LEEigme is obviously practicing a one-sided application of law and that they are obviously foul coward selfish and corrupted to the core! :-)

Therefore the famiLEE LEEgime's MPs must all the more defect and renegade against famiLEE. :-)

The Malaysian MPs will, and why should Singaporeans not?

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Thursday, August 28, 2008

A Question Singaporeans must seek answer

Relevant blog post

This is a question that LEEgime and parliament have to answer, but we know that they won't. So Singaporean people will have to seek this answer by ourselves.

When your GRC's MP is either dead or resigned or disqualified, who can vote for you in the parliament? Under the present law & constitution no one can vote on behalf of a vacant MP's seat. Your rights of representation is forfeited in this whole period, until next GE when a new MP takes that seat! Is this fair?

In a GRC of 5 seats, when one MP's seat is vacant, there is only 4 votes left. It will remain this way until the next GE because famiLEE LEEgime does not want to hold any by-election. Under their rotten system, there won't even be any by-election to fill any seat even if there is only just 1 MP left in any GRC where there could be up to 4 or 5 vacant seats.

That means e.g. a 6 seat GRC left with only just 1 vote, and still they will not hold any by-election! Is this fair to those people whose voting rights had been forfeited until next GE years away?

Ask yourself and then ask your PM for the answer! Now you are allowed to protest at Speakers Corner LEEgally :-)

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famiLEE's LEEgalized 'Mahathir project' is worst

Quote MalaysiaKini.Com:

Stop raising Dr M issues, opposition told
Aug 28, 08 3:18pm
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Nazri Abdul Aziz urged opposition members to cease raising issues linked to Dr Mahathir Mohamad in the Dewan Rakyat as it was unfair to the former premier.

nazri abdul aziz looking to the rightHe said this when responding to a supplementary question from Lim Kit Siang (DAP-Ipoh Timur), who wanted to know whether the government was aware of a project known as the 'Mahathir project' which allegedly involved the issuance of false identity cards to illegal immigrants in Sabah.

Lim also claimed that the project had led to immigrants outnumbering locals in the state.

Mohamed Nazri said no one who was not entitled to become a citizen of the country had been accorded such privilege by the government.

"...since that person (Mahathir) is no longer here, don't raise matters relating to him. It is unfair to Tun Mahathir since he cannot answer the question," he was quoted as saying by Bernama.

Earlier, when replying to Eric Enchin Majimbun (BN-Sepanggar) on the number of foreigners who had entered Sabah in the last five years, Nazri said the number was 154,798 as of July and 9,342 of them were detained for entering the state without valid travel documents.

He said operations were being conducted by the relevant authorities to nab the illegal immigrants and patrols were stepped up at all entry points in the state to prevent their entry.

The government also encouraged cooperation from the public to address the problem of illegal immigrants in the country and programmes like courses, briefings and talks were held to instil awareness of the matter among the people, he added.

Old Dog Thief Lee Kuan Yew's famiLEE LEEgime have a LEEgalized version of 'Mahathir project' in that they mass issued Singapore citizenship to foreigners in the past decades, amounting to millions. That when the national birthrate is declined they are depending solely on importing foreign citizens in a ridiculous plan to raise Singapore's population level from 4 million to 6.5 million.

This has negative effects suffered by Singaporean Citizens in many ways, this compromised political rights and voting powers of home grown Singaporeans. The famiLEE LEEgime is obviously doing that with a political motive after the home grown Singaporeans are gradually losing confidence and support for the greedy selfish famiLEE LEEgime.

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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Singaporean Reformists should Celebrate Victory with Mr Anwar

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9.50pm: Official EC tally - Anwar got 31,195 votes, Arif Shah, 15,524, Hanafi, 92. Anwar won with a majority of 15,671.

Mr. Anwar and Reformasi movement had got a CLEAR MANDATE from the Malaysian voters, I congratulate Malaysia & PKR + PAS + DAP alliance, I congratulate Mr. Anwar again. :-)

Singaporean reformists share the joy of Malaysian reformists. This is a great celebration.

To Hell With The Corrupted Regimes! To Hell With Incompetent Cowards!

The Malaysians have awaken, we can see that. The greedy regime will be buried with their own sins. I wish my fellow Singaporeans will wake up like Malaysians.

Anwar gets BIGGER majority Aug 26, 08 7:17am

Malaysiakini goes live today with the by-election coverage, giving updates on the voting and other happenings in this constituency. Please click 'Refresh' or 'Reload' in your browser for the latest reports from Permatang Pauh. [See map]

9.50pm: Official EC tally - Anwar got 31,195 votes, Arif Shah, 15,524, Hanafi, 92. Anwar won with a majority of 15,671.

Anwar's wife, Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, won the seat with a 13,388 majority at the March 8 general elections.

The official voter turnout was 81.1 percent, or 47,410 out of 58,459 registered voters - which was much higher than what the EC had stated earlier. There were 599 spoilt votes.

Meanwhile, outside Tuanku Bainun Teaching Institute, thousands of jubilant PKR supporters had gathered to embrace their leader's return to Parliament.

PKR vice-president Azmin Ali was there to address the crowd numbering some 6,000. Other party leaders like R Sivarasa and Tian Chua were also there.

Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang and PAS' Husam Musa were also there.

Anwar is expected to address this ecstatic group of supporters later as well. Tian said that the overwhelming victory showed that "the prime minister's racial politics is bankrupt".

The EC made the official announcement at 10.05pm. Only Anwar and Hanafi were present at the announcement. Also present was Wan Azizah.

After the announcement was made, Anwar said that he was touched by the victory.

The victor immediately went to meet his supporters after that.

9.25pm: Official EC results - With final five ballot boxes to go, Anwar has bagged 29,526 votes, Arif Shah (14,444) and Hanafi (89). Majority so far: 15,082.

9.12pm: Official EC results - With 11 more boxes to go, Anwar has won the by-election with a 14,551 majority. He garnered 27,977 votes while BN's Arif Shah obtained 13,426 while Akim's Hanafi Hamat got 85.

8pm: Unofficial results - Anwar Ibrahim wins with a majority of 16,210 votes. He garnered 26,646 votes while Arif Shah Omar Shah got 10,436.

However, PKR unofficial results - Anwar wins with a majority of 17,652, obtaining 31,949 votes. BN's Arif Shah garnered 14,297 while Akim's Hanafi Hamat got 74. Hanafi to lose his RM15,000 deposit. This figure would mean 46,320 voters cast their ballots instead of the EC's 38,144.

7.59pm: Unofficial latest count, Anwar has obtained 16,101 votes as opposed to Arif Shah's 6,071.

7.43pm: The EC starts to announce official results as per the ballot boxes it has counted. As it stands, Anwar is leading by 3,507 votes.

The breakdown is as follows: Akim's Hanafi Hamat (9 votes), Anwar (5,398 votes) and Arif Shah (1,891).

So far 20 ballot boxes of a total of 111 have been opened and counted. Anwar had won in ALL these 20 boxes. In one particular box, he had obtained 441 votes compared to Arif's 14.

The EC said that 38,144 ballots were cast today, out of 58,459 eligible voters.

7.25pm: There are signs of significant swing to PKR despite the lower turnout. In the state constituency of Penanti, which PKR won at the March 8 general elections, the party has bagged the sole polling station, Telok Wang, it failed to win five months ago.

March 8 result: BN - 261 votes, PKR - 227
Aug 26 result: BN - 232 votes, PKR - 260

Anwar is also making gains in the state constitutency of Seberang Jaya, where PKR had lost to BN candidate Arif on March 8.

7.25pm: Anwar's press conference at 9pm is believed to declare his victory. The press conference was rescheduled to 9pm from its original time of 7.45pm.

7.20pm: Unofficial results so far: Anwar 5,855; Arif Shah 1,910

7.13pm: PKR leader Anwar Ibrahim is to hold a press conference at his by-election headquarters at Yayasan Aman at 7.45pm. Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak will also be holding a press conference at about 9pm.

6.55pm: Counting in all 25 polling stations is now underway. From inside sources, Anwar is leading in all voting streams. Votes are being counted simultaneously in all the polling stations with the results to be sent to the main counting centre for the final tally.

According to EC secretary Kamaruzaman, 38,144 voters went to the ballot box today with turnout being 65.25 percent. This is much lower than the 82 percent turnout at the March 8 general elections

6.30pm: Thousands of supporters, almost all from PKR, have gathered at the main counting centre. A police helicopter was hovering above the centre. Numerous police roadblocks were also mounted along the roads leading to the centre - this despite the police blocking the main access to this place.

About 30 police and FRU trucks were also seen in the vicinity, along with hundreds of police personnel

6.05pm: According to EC secretary Kamaruzaman, voter turnout was at 63.7 percent at 4pm. Final voter turnout yet to be released but expected to be lower than the 82 percent at the March 8 general elections.

5.53pm: The police have blocked the main road to the Tuanku Bainun counting centre where the announcement will be made later tonight. Even journalists with EC tags are not allowed to pass through. The move is seen as an attempt to deter people from gathering at the centre.

5.26pm: BN candidate Arif Shah is still confident of taking the seat.

5.11pm: PKR top leaders are confident that Anwar would win the seat as their exit polls show that he is leading by 18,000 votes.

5.10pm: EC officials will start counting votes polled at the respective polling centres by 6.30pm. The final count from all 25 polling centres will then be brought to the Institut Perguruan Tuanku Bainun for the official result to be announced.

5pm: Polling ends for the Permatang Pauh by-election.

4.35pm: Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi is understood to have left Penang to Kuala Lumpur, an early indication that the premier has accepted defeat and has no reason to stay back.

4.25pm: Voter turnout stands at 53.5 percent, according to EC secretary Kamaruzaman at 3pm. He also denied rumours that the EC had extended the voting hours to 6pm. Polls will close at 5pm.

2.35pm: PKR vice-president Azmin Ali wants all party supporters to use motorcycles to go to the polling centres due to the massive traffic jams in all roads leading to these centres.

"From the indications we are getting, we are very confident of Anwar's lead," he said.

But he said that traffic gridlock on the narrow roads of the largely rural electorate had disrupted exit polling aimed at determining how voters cast their ballots.

"It is so bad that it's very hard for us to determine accurate exit polls due to the large number of people filling the polling centres and the long jams outside," he told AFP.

2.30pm: A worried-sounding BN candidate Arif Shah urged voters to come out to vote.

2.20pm: Malaysians for Free and Fair Election (Mafrel) spokesperson Ong BK said the election watchdog has recorded three cases of voters' names missing from the electoral roll this morning.

He said these complainants have all voted in the previous elections but could not find their names on the roll today. In one case, the complainant found his name missing despite his wife being allowed to vote.

"We don't know whether this is going to be a pattern as we have to continue to monitor the process until polling is closed" he told Malaysiakini.

1.27pm: The rain has stopped in certain areas, the traffic situation has improved in some parts and voters seem to be taking their time off for lunch first.

1.15pm: All roads leading to voting centres are going nowhere! Traffic has come to a standstill in most parts of Permatang Pauh.

Najib attributed the massive traffic jams at the centres to narrow roads and on voters coming out early to vote.

1pm: Election Commission secretary Kamaruzaman Mohd Noor said voter turnout as at noon was 44.8 percent.

However EC deputy chief Wan Ahmad Wan Omar told Malaysiakini that he estimated the turnout to be at about 53 percent as at 1pm.

scuffle tense situation in permatang pauh by election polling day 260808 0412.55pm: Eyewitnesses claim of a tense situation at the SMK Penanti polling centre between supporters of BN and PKR over the former's pondok panas which is located very close to the polling centre. [See map]

The situation is still under control but the respective supporters are continuing to trade barbs. The police are keeping a close watch.

12.30pm: Najib says he is happy with the polling so far.

"No untoward incidents so far and everything is under control," he told reporters in Seberang Jaya.

He also visited a BN pondok panas at the polling centre in Seberang Jaya, talking to party workers and volunteers.

12.10pm: As predicted it's raining in Permatang Pauh now!

11.20am: An Election Commission official says that they are not allowed to reveal details of voter turnout.

"Only EC secretary Kamaruzaman Mohd Noor can give those details," she said when contacted.

Kamaruzaman is presently on his rounds visiting the polling centres.

11.05am: PKR polling agent at SK Seberang Jaya 2 Rodziah Ismail confirmed that there were no discrepancies in the electoral roll used in the polling station. She said that only the pages were different in the roll used today as compared to the previous one.

scuffle tense situation in permatang pauh by election polling day 260808 0511am: The crowd at SK Sri Penanti has dispersed. However, a small group of around 300 still remain a small distance away. Police are keeping a watchful eye on them. No untoward incident has been reported.

10.52am: Third candidate Hanafi Hamat told Malaysiakini that he was on the way to visit a polling station in Kubang Semang.

"I think I have chance to win," he said.

"But even if I lose, it's okay as our message has gone down to the voters. They are aware of our message," he added.

scuffle tense situation in permatang pauh by election polling day 260808 0310.42am: Penang police chief Ayub Yaakob is at the scene at SK Sri Penanti. The crowd is given five minutes to disperse. The FRU are slowly moving the crowd out of the place. PKR information chief Tian Chua is also at the scene, asking the police to give more time for their supporters to be there.

10.30am: A PKR supporter is arrested for allegedly throwing an object to the BN side at SK Sri Penanti polling centre. There are about 1,000 supporters from both BN and Pakatan still gathered at this centre. They are kept afar on either side of a road opposite the centre.

scuffle tense situation in permatang pauh by election polling day 260808 02Eyewitnesses say that there are about 600 Pakatan supporters as opposed to 400 from BN. They are very boisterous. At least nine truck-loads of Federal Reserve Unit personnel are on standby at the place.

10.10am: "I hope to take oath in Parliament tomorrow," said a highly-confident Anwar.

"We are entering Parliament with a clear agenda and they (BN) should wake up with the stark realities of the day."

He said that he was receiving a strong support from the people of Permatang Pauh. He said this in a short five-minute speech after casting his vote.

10.05am: PKR's election bureau deputy director Fuziah Salleh told Malaysiakini that they were checking with the Election Commission on the discrepancy in the voters' list at SK Seberang Jaya 2 polling district.

anwar ibrahim permatang pauh by election polling day 260808 0110am: Anwar and Wan Azizah left after casting their votes. Anwar said that he was confident of winning today.

"It's not Anwar versus the (other) candidates. It's Anwar versus the entire government machinery," he said.

He added that the most important thing was winning.

"As you can see, the groundswell is great. God willing, I'm confident of winning," he added.

He however expressed his fears of vote-counting manipulations.

9.43am: Anwar, accompanied by his wife Dr Wan Azizah, enters the polling centre. He is wearing a long-sleeved blue shirt and a songkok. Wan Azizah will also be casting her vote at SK Sri Penanti.

9.38am: Anwar arrives at SK Seri Penanti. [See map]

9.35am: At SK Sri Penanti, almost all voters are using the PKR line to check their status before voting. Exit poll shows nine out of 10 favoured Anwar.

najib guan eng permatang pauh 260808 029.31am: Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and Gerakan acting president Koh Tsu Koon are at SK Seberang Jaya 2 polling centre where they bumped into Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng and DAP leader Lim Kit Siang. The political leaders shook hands and exchanged greetings.

However their respective supporters were less cordial, with the Pakatan group shouting ‘Altantuya! Liar! Cheater!' at Najib. BN supporters responded by shouting 'Hidup Barisan!'

9.10am: A PKR alert states that the voters' list used in the SK Seberang Jaya 2 polling district is different from that given earlier. It is however learnt that only the page numbers are different, but with the same list of voters.

9.05am: The crowd at SK Sri Penanti has now swelled to about 1,000, with almost two-thirds of them being from Pakatan. They are waiting for Anwar to arrive to vote.

8.45am: BN and Pakatan Rakyat supporters have started gathering at SK Sri Penanti where Anwar will be casting his ballot. About 300 Pakatan supporters have been teasing and mocking their rivals from the BN camp. The 50-odd BN men are also not slow to retort, singing away ‘liwat' songs. Pakatan supporters respond by chanting ‘Altantuya'.

About 30 voters are also in line to vote here.

8.30am: There are about 70 supporters from both sides at SK Seberang Jaya 2. Anwar supporters are seen wearing Anwar masks, goading the BN supporters. Bantering between the two sets of supporters are jovial and in good mood.

permatang pauh by election 260808 arif shah vote 038.08am: BN's Arif Shah is among the earliest to vote. His polling centre at SK Seberang Jaya 2 is close by to his house. He told reporters that he was confident of winning today. [See map]

"I voted at 8.08am as eight is a good number for me," he told reporters with a beaming smile. His wife, Latifah Asmawi, and son, Izwan Shah, also cast their votes with him.

8am: Polling starts. Almost all polling centres have voters milling around to vote early.

7.30am: It's polling day in Permatang Pauh, with a total of 58,459 voters who can vote to determine their chosen elected parliamentarian.

The contest to be the elected MP is among PKR leader Anwar Ibrahim, Barisan Nasional's Arif Shah Omar Shah and little known Hanafi Hamat from Angkatan Keadilan Insan Malaysia (Akim).

This has been Anwar's fort since 1982 and in his absence in the past 10 years, the seat has been held for him by his wife and PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.

The by-election is necessitated by Wan Azizah's decision to vacate the seat in July 31, to allow her husband a way back into the Parliament.

Permatang Pauh has three state seats under it - the BN-held Seberang Jaya, PKR's Penanti and PAS' Permatang Pasir. Arif is also the state representative in Seberang Jaya.

There are 25 polling centres, with 110 polling stream - all opened for voting since 8am. They will remain open until 5pm.

The weather in Permatang Pauh is clear and sunny. However, rain is expected later in the day. Voters are being reminded to be ready with their umbrellas and raincoats.

It has been constantly raining in the evenings in this constituency for the past week.

Heavy traffic is also anticipated throughout the day, especially with the narrow, kampung roads that dot most part of the constituency.

The police have also closed some roads in the constituency for better traffic management.

Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi reminded voters at his ceramah last night to come out early to vote.

PKR's Anwar Ibrahim is expected to cast his vote at Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Sri Penanti at about 9am while his rival Arif Shah Omar Shah from BN will be voting at SK Seberang Jaya 2.

The third candidate, Hanafi, is not a voter from here.

Some 400 voters had been waiting at SK Seri Menanti, one of the key polling stations, since early morning to cast their ballots.

Both PKR and BN have also identified several measures to lure voters to come out to vote today. Both sides have placed volunteers to ferry voters to the polling centres. Umbrellas are also on stand-by for the voters in case of a sudden downpour.

Arif Shah's Umno has deployed some 5,000 volunteers to help out in the by-election. Both Umno and PKR are also preparing food for the voters.

The rival parties have also set up their own websites for their supporters to monitor the situation today.

BN's website can be accessed here while PKR's site is located here.

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Friday, August 22, 2008

Lee Kuan Yew not offering asylum to his cousin Thug-Sin ??

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Temasek squandered billions of dollars of tax payers' funds in to Thug-Sin's Shin-Corp, and had offered high political profile to the ousted Thug to spark blasting from angry Thais, not too long ago. Now the entire Thug family is on the run jumping bail and seeking political asylum.

I challenge old dog thief Lee Kuan Yew's famiLEE LEEgime to offer political asylum to their best friend Thug-sin & family. In particular Jayakumar should throw a big welcome banquet consisting of Thug-sin's favorite Ng Ah Soi Bak Kut Teh from red dot.


Thug-sin is another big time money laundering customer, and membership should have privileges in this red under the Asian father of Corruption old dog thief LKy.

It is safe bet for any body that General Than Shwe and Robert Mugabe and Chen Shui Bian or any big time corrupt politicians are club members in LKy's world class corruption hub. These ugly facts are getting very obvious and notorious worldwide.


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Monday, August 18, 2008

Old Dog Thief Lee Kuan Yew can not rely on Gurkha any longer

Time has changed but Old Dog Thief already used Gurkha to safeguard his own royal famiLEE as well as his LEEgime for decades, not to mention safeguarding his cronies. Too bad that things had changed.

In the Gurkha's high mountain homeland of Nepal, entire royal family Gurkha's King Birendra was massacred on Friday 1 June 2001. The new king Gyanendra was removed from monarchy power totally on 28. May 2008. All these regime changes the Gurkhas regardless how loyal and strong had all failed to prevent nor protect.

Can Old Dog Thief Lee Kuan Yew still expect Gurkha to protect his famiLEE & LEEgime? :-)


Because on 27.Feb2008, Lee Kuan Yew's Gurkha guards let JI's Mas Selamat Ke-Lari flee from ISD's high security detention center. And despite S$1,000,000 reward posted still fail to find him after 6 months of man hunting.

That is not the worst for Lee Kuan Yew's with Gurkha yet.

Lee Kuan Yew's most feared decade old communist enemy had been VOTED into power in Gurkha's homeland Nepal just about a week ago almost precisely on Singapore's National Day! Now back at their homeland the Gurkhas' have a Maoist Prime Minister elected and sworn in. A communist government is on the way being formed.

This is Old Dog Thief's nightmare. He arrested detained and put away Lim Chin Siong, Chia Thye Poh & Said Zahari etc Barisan Socialist comrades of himself and betrayed his communist brothers. But now his Gurkhas had just officially became a foreign force from a communist land!

How is Old Dog Thief Lee Kuan Yew going to be able to depend on Gurkha any longer? Now that Gurkhas had voted in a Maoist Government in Nepal....

Oh poor old dog LKy, what are you going to do?


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Sunday, August 17, 2008

LEEgime is a shameless medal thief

Had the PAp Ah Beng's ego been satisfied by this?


PRC exported a bunch of traitors & famiLEE LEEgime spent our tax dollars to import them. What did our money buy? Just a bunch of traitors!

Yes! IF they can betray PRC so can they betray Singapore. They had been traitor once and they can be traitor twice. Just only need another country to offer some $$$ money $$$ & passport etc, that's all.

The famiLEE LEEgime million dollar morons have no idea what is Glory vs Shame.

They also know no difference between Patriots and Traitors.

They spent our tax dollars to import a bunch of Traitors and put them to be our National Hero cum Patriots.

This is very sad.

This is more sad than the fact that our FTs are just nothing but Quiters from some other nations. And they came only to replace our citizens when our own citizens became quiters.

The famiLEE LEEgime morons thought that they fulfilled 4 decades of Olympic medal dreams, but they have no idea that they had actually made another 4 decades of laughingstocks & national humiliations for Singapore.

To import some shameless traitors and be a thief, and let traitors and thieves hold our national flag and impersonate our Singaporeans out there in the Olympic platforms. The famiLEE LEEgime are more shameless than the bunch of traitors they had imported with our tax dollars.

If such shameless method could glorify any country, all the oil rich Arabs will throw cash to take all the medals, as medalists will be carrying only the highest paying country's flags. The reason that such kind of ugliness is not happening is because most nations knows the difference between glory and shame unlike the famiLEE LEEgime. They also know the great difference between patriots and traitors.

It is just very ironical as well as sad that the million dollar famiLEE LEEgime cowards have no idea about these things.

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Sunday, August 10, 2008

Singapore's drinking water will contain radio-active contamination

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Marina Barrage Reservoir is converting marina into drinking water supply!

For whole of 2 years American nuclear submarine USS Houston had leaked water containing radiations into sea ports including Singapore Malaysia Japan Pearl Harbor and Guam etc, and went on undetected until early August 2008.

It had been in Singapore's Changi Naval Base, where our NS men navy including divers are being trained. It is logical expectation that our Singaporean members of public & Navy NS men had been exposed to sea water containing radio-active nuclear leakage as such.

However, without disclosing sufficient details, the famiLEE LEEgime went on to defend itself and US Navy to claim that leakage was WITHIN SAFETY limits. No other countries including US itself had made any similar claim that their own leakage was within safety limit nor claim that water in their own ports had not been contaminated to unsafe levels. Only the famiLEE LEEgime will compromise national and citizens' basic interest for foreign powers.

The famiLEE LEEgime did not specify the length of time during which the leaking nuclear submarine USS Houston stayed in Changi Naval Base as well as past Singapore's water.

Being a tiny red dot, the Changi Naval Base is very near to Marina, and it is within the natural current flow that radio-active leakage from USS Houston leaking in either Changi Naval Base, or passing the sea just outside Marina will contaminate our water in the marina with toxic and harmful nuclear wastes.

Just at the precise timing, PUB is converting the Marina into a reservoir for drinking water supply for consumption of all Singaporeans. This is called the Marina Barrage Reservoir project that is currently in it's completion phase.

The very logical implication from these facts is that Our Drinking Water will contain some radio-active nuclear wastes leaked from US Navy submarine USS Houston.

Singaporeans and any foreigners swimming or diving or boating or fishing in our water will be exposed to the same toxic contaminations. Once the Marina Reservoir is used, we will also be all drinking the water containing harmful nuclear waste leaked by US Navy submarine USS Houston.

Dr Yaacob Ibrahim the famiLEE LEEgime's million dollar minister of The Environment and Water Resources, must clarify this matter seriously and provide more details of the leakage to the public. Cancers and birth defects & other radio-active waste related health problems may harm Singaporeans, and we should not take it so lightly.

The notorious famiLEE LEEgime's Sai Chwee (NeWater) is now instead of just Shit Water, but Nuclear Leakage Water, that the US Navy nuclear submarine is Peeing in our water. (辐射污水)Are we drinking that?

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Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Most Significant Filth with famiLEE LEEgime's GRC System

GRC system is one of the many foul shams conducted by Old Dog Thief LKy's famiLEE LEEgime which is notorious of such things.

It is well known for being foul to get famiLEE LEEgime's candidates unfairly elected by lumping vote counts of up to 6 constituencies together into a group instead of each constituency by it's own to determine the election results. That is foul for over a decade to help famiLEE LEEgime preventing lost of parliamentary seats after Mr. JBJ broke LEEgime's parliamentary monopoly in Anson constituency in 1981, followed by Mr. Chiam See Tong, Mr. Cheo Chye Chen & Mr. Ling How Dong.

However I am now pointing out to what is the most significant filth about this foul GRC system.


That is stated in Republic of Singapore Statute's Chapter 218, Parliamentary Election Act, Section 24 (2A):

Writ of election
24. —(1) For the purposes of every general election of Members of Parliament, and for the purposes of the election of Members to supply vacancies caused by death, resignation or otherwise, the President shall issue writs under the public seal, addressed to the Returning Officer.

(2) Every such writ shall be in Form 1 in the First Schedule and shall specify the date or dates (referred to in this Act as the day of nomination) not being less than 5 days nor more than one month after the date of the writ and the place or places of nomination (referred to in this Act as the place of nomination).

(2A) In respect of any group representation constituency, no writ shall be issued under subsection (1) for an election to fill any vacancy unless all the Members for that constituency have vacated their seats in Parliament.
(3) Upon receipt of the writ, the Returning Officer shall proceed to hold the election in the manner hereinafter provided.

There will be no by election unless ALL the MPs in a GRC (up to 6) are vacated, either by resignation; death or disqualification. That means even when only 1 out of 6 MPs of a GRC is remaining in the seat the the president will not sign a writ of election in order to hold any by-election. This clause is quite well hidden in the portion mentioning writ in stead of GRC!

Why is this Most Significantly Filthy & Foul?


Take for example the Jurong GRC which is supposed to have 5 MPs, there are only 4 left after Ong's death:

  • The voters of Jurong GRC is supposed to have 5 votes in the parliament each by an MP to represent the rights of Jurong GRC's voters, after Ong's death there is only 4 votes left for voters of Jurong GRC, that is a serous compromise & prejudice to voters' rights in the parliament.
  • Voters from Ong's Bukit Batok Constituency have actually ZERO vote in the parliament after Ong's death, because NO OTHER MP COULD VOTE ON BEHALF OF A DEAD MP.
  • This seriously flawed and seriously unfair system is foul irrespective of the sad fact that 82 (now 81) seats are with famiLEE LEEgime's PAp in the parliament. This foul flaw is legislated in the law which will apply to any other situation regardless the proportion by which different political parties hold seats in parliament.
It is very simple mathematics that 4 votes does not equal to 5 (for Jurong GRC's voters' rights), and 0 vote does not equal to one (for Bukit Batok's voters' rights). This becomes particularly clear when for example, people of Bukit Batok are in conflict of political interest against people of other constituencies, there is no vote to cast for their right at all in the parliament after Ong's death.

From this angle it is very obvious and easy for any person to understand why famiLEE LEEgime's GRC system is foul and most significantly filthy in the aspect of depriving citizen's rights of representation in parliament when they lost their GRC's MP via death or resignation or disqualification. These voters will suffer unfortunately and most unfairly until the next General Election under the famiLEE LEEgime's foul GRC system.

I like to point out that famiLEE LEEgime itself is very likely blinded by their own majority control and dictatorial manipulation of parliament, from this significantly foul flaw in that, they will fail to see any difference caused by this flaw since the sham parliament had never really represented the rights of voters, but had hijacked voters' rights altogether under the hands of famiLEE always. All the voters from the 82 constituencies always had their rights hijacked and exploited regardless weather their MPs are dead or alive!


I therefore ask all Singaporean voters to back the calls from Reform Party for by-Election.

Reform Party's call blog post 1
Reform Party's call blog post 2

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