Monday, May 18, 2009

Teo Chee Hean MUST ANSWER on lie regarding Election System FRAUD

I hereby urge all Singaporeans to put Teo Chee Hean to answer on his lie regarding INTEGRITY of ELECTION SYSTEM, highlighting the very simple straightforward fact that since the death of Ong Chit Chung from Bukit Batok of Jurong GRC, all the voters of Bukit Batok are suffering from the lack of REPRESENTATION & VOTING RIGHTS in the parliament. There is no by election, nor can any proxy vote in the parliament on behalf of late Ong Chit Chung, the voters of Bukit Batok suffer this very serious constitutional rights deprivation until the next General Election.

Is this the kind of INTEGRITY of famiLEE LEEgime's ELECTION PROCESS?


I challenge famiLEE LEEgime to sue me on this if you have guts!

I say that Teo Chee Hean is lying outright and insulting the intelligence of Singaporean people by claiming about Integrity of famiLEE LEEgime's foul GRC Election System. One that had Bukit Batok's voters represented by a dead man who can no longer cast vote for the constituents. The people of Bukit Batok Jurong GRC had been CHEATED of their constitutional rights and rights of representation in parliament. This is a very serious fraud, the victims are the constituents of ALL GRCs, when their MP died or resigned or disqualified for any reason their rights to be represented by an MP in the parliament BECOME NULL & VOID!

When any MP died or resigned in any country e.g. Malaysia, they will hold a by-election. This is NOT done in famiLEE LEEgime's GRC system, which is a clear fraud spelled out in the Parliamentary Election Act.

154th ST News URL

Integrity of election process a hot topic during youth forum

Channel NewsAsia - Monday, May 18

SINGAPORE: The integrity of the election process took centrestage during a two—hour forum on Sunday afternoon, organised by the People’s Association Youth Movement.

The 200 youths who attended the forum traded views with a panel, which included Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean.

It was a no—holds—barred session, and the panel of four speakers weighed in on various issues, answering questions on election procedures.

A major part of the discussion was used to clarify concerns over the fairness of the voting process.

Some participants questioned the ability of civil servants to carry out their electoral duties in a non—partisan manner.

"I understand that the vote counters are the civil servants. So what is the process to appoint vote counters? So (what are) the checks done to ensure that they are politically neutral?" asked one youth.

The panel was quick to point out the integrity of voting procedures.

Deputy Principal Senior State Counsel from the Attorney—General’s Chambers, Owi Beng Ki, stated that civil servants serve the president.

"Civil servants under the constitution hold their allegiance to the president. The symbolism that is attached to that is we actually serve at the pleasure of a politically neutral institution. It is one of the values of the civil service that we are politically impartial," said Ms Owi.

Mr Teo noted that the process itself is transparent, and available to scrutiny from all parties.

He said: "It’s a process which is watched with eagle eyes by the candidates and by persons whom the candidates themselves appoint as counting agents. They’re present in the counting centres, and they watch with eagle eyes, everything which goes on in the counting centres."

Another issue that drew much debate was the prime minister’s right to redraw constituency boundaries.

Mr Teo said it was necessary to change boundary configurations from time to time to reflect population movement.

"The new family formation is something like 20,000 a year. And so these tend to move, and other people also move from one constituency to another. And in Singapore they tend to be quite clustered. So from time to time, there will be a necessity to change the boundary configurations," said Mr Teo.

Other questions from the participants dealt with the election procedures, ranging from why online voting is not allowed, to where overseas voting is conducted.

An interesting fact was also unearthed —— in the event a contested ward ends in a draw, the outcome of the vote comes down to drawing lots, or flipping a coin.

— 938LIVE/yt

Saturday, May 02, 2009

famiLEE LEEgime's dogs desperately try to disturb opposition unity


But it is not going to work!

Like lame childish brats the famiLEE LEEgime is playing their lame old dog tricks again, desperately with the naive hope to disturb opposition's cooperations. But this only reflected their own fear towards opposition and very serious lack of self-confidence and feeling very insecured.

Desperado lah famiLEE LEEgime dogs!

What the famiLEE LEEgime dog from within their own dictatorship system ALWAYS failed to understand that opposition is very unlike famiLEE LEEgime, that opposition isn't a dictatorship structure and always have significant differences from one member to another, however, this is never an issue to opposition really because it is natural to be this way in a non-Totalitarian domain. The opposition is self-immued and knows very well how to adjust and cope with differences - UNLIKE famiLEE LEEgime!

Within the opposition in the past decades members have switch from one party to another, formed new parties and so on, very natural evolutions as well as revolution. This is normal not just in Singapore, but in everywhere else. However, the famiLEE LEEgime can not understand, because they are ONE SINGLE PARTY RULE since day one. They had quited PAp and joint opposition, but once they quited they are no longer with the filthy famiLEE LEEgime. There is no 2nd party to go withing the famiLEE LEEgime! In Malaysia's BN, it is different! One politician can quit e.g. UMNO and join Gerakan and still be within the ruling party - unlike famiLEE LEEgime, that you have NO WHERE TO GO!

That's why famiLEE LEEgime's lame dogs can not understand opposition and tried in vain to disturb....

Mr. Ng Teck Siong for example, was a co-founder of SDP, he joined late Mr. JBJ in WP, he co-founded RP with late Mr. JBJ, and he still may found another new party or join another party. He have all the options including contesting as independent candidate. famiLEE LEEgime running dogs you lack all these options! You are dead dog once you left famiLEE LEEgime, you are all one-single-threaded-minds! Hopelessly!

It is very hopeless the famiLEE LEEgime try to disturb and hope to gain something that they will never get!


Pethetic LEEgme...

Fit only to perish!

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