Saturday, April 24, 2010

What happened on the eve of Polling GE2006? famiLEE LEEgime now wants COOL OFF DAY!

URL of Original Blog Post in 2006 July on this rally

All the videos below are from Woodlands Stadium between 8pm to 10pm 5th May 2006, which was the final rally before the polling day Saturday 6.May.2006. That means the eve of polling. When temperature is supposed to be the hottest for any GE.

Speech by Human Rights Lawyer Mr. M Ravi:

My speech (I was polling agent) (wrapping up part) RED CARD to oust PAP famiLEE LEEgime by tomorrow's ballots:

Sembawang GRC candidate Mr. Mohd Isa's speech:

Part 1 of GRC Team Leader Miss Chee Siok Chin's speech:

Part 2 of Miss Chee Siok Chin's speech got interrupted by strong cheering as Dr. CSJ arrived at the stadium:

When Dr CSJ arrived:

Dr. CSJ's departure from Woodland Stadium:

A picture is worth thousand words, a video is worth a million words. The lame famiLEE LEEgime fears the elections and particularly far the atmosphere of the rallies, and the final night rallies is usually the hottest of this kind. That is why famiLEE LEEgime is seeking a Cooling Off Day! See it for yourself!

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Sunday, April 18, 2010

old dog thief: Embrace Migrants; peasants: Repudiate LEEgime!

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Apr 18, 2010

Embrace migrants: MM Lee

MM renews call for greater integration of new, highly educated migrants in society

Singapore must not shy away from embracing new, highly educated migrants, Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew said yesterday. --ST PHOTO: CHUA CHIN HON

SINGAPORE must not shy away from embracing new, highly educated migrants, Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew said yesterday.

Re-stating his view on the issue, he said Singapore would continue to need overseas talent to drive its economic dynamo.

Pointing to the first quarter growth of 13.1 per cent and revised government projections of 7 per cent to 9 per cent growth for the year, he said this was 'a big turnaround from our most difficult period in early 2009'.

With the outlook for the global economy now brighter, sustaining Singapore's long-term prospects meant the country needed to grow as an attractive hub for international trade, investment and talent.

'That was how we grew from a fishing village to a trading post under the British, and now a vibrant metropolis,' he said. 'We benefited from being open to immigrants from around the world, especially China, India and the region.'

He said while first-generation migrants might find it difficult to take on local habits and accents, their families would be naturalised.

LKy the old dog thief is recalling peasants to EMBRACE MIGRANTS, he is actually referring to EMBRACING HIS POLICY WHICH HAD BEEN REJECTED BY ANGRY PEASANTS!

He is out of luck.

Even his LEEgime's dogs are rejecting this most seriously failed policy.

A serious failure that will be REPUDIATED over and over by Singaporeans including the NEW CITIZENS. Because it FAILED SO BADLY, both the NEW & EXISTING CITIZENS SUFFERED.

The fact that Old Dog Thief himself & his son & his LEEgime minions can not convince Singaporeans to accept migrants is by itself the prove that New Citizens Had Suffered Rejection. And by that fact, they had been the victims of this failed policy as well. There is no way to deny this.

My angle on this issue must be again highlighted. I recognize the fact that Singapore had been built up my migrants since the colonial eras, and Singapore in the past including era when Old Dog Thief himself was PM had benefited from successful immigration policies. But this success had already turned into LEEgime's biggest failure of all time, in the hands of Ass Loong Son.

It is clearly a failure and rejected policy right now. It is clearly entirely not the same as the past, not the same effects; not the same scale; not the same pace; not the same atmosphere. It ruined the past success in the same area, and the damage can last for a very long time, it will mostly last longer than the LEEgime, and prolong to hurt post-LEEgime Singapore that post-LEEgime government will have to be hampered by this burden and find it hard to regain successful immigration policy due to factors such as acceptance.

For the most immediate future, famiLEE LEEgime will get REPUDIATION from Singaporeans, both the new and original citizens due to this terrible failure.

This failure came directly of their childish greedy goal of increasing Singaporean population level to 6.5 million within just few years, from 3-4 million, while local birth rates declined drastically, and citizens migrated elsewhere in large scale abandoning LEEgime. The consequence is obvious and the stupidity of LEEgime is astonishing.

Tell the new migrants:

The policy of famiLEE LEEgime EXPLOIT and BETRAY and followed by REPLACING their citizens.
In due time, there will be newer migrants from other parts of the world to REPLACE the current New Migrants after they had been EXPLOITED & BETRAYED by famiLEE LEEgme. It is just a matter of time, based on our true experience.


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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Flexible Cooperation more realistic than Full Opposition Unity

I am writing from my personal observation and experience after getting involved for so many years.

In my view any rigid unity for opposition is difficult and impractical, however, flexible cooperations always exists and the trend will continue for the current scenario. I think this is the best.

The background being that famiLEE LEEgime is a totalitarian that ruled since Singapore's independence, which fixed every policies and measures imposed on all citizens all the way, they are encountering opposition from a very vast and widespread background. The famiLEE LEEgime is very tied-down in this manner and at this stage, they are facing deeper and more additional restrains.

The oppositions & restrains targeted at famiLEE LEEgime from all angles, including opposing angles, that meant opposing views on some particular issues, and disagreeing against famiLEE LEEigme's ways from different perspective and angles.

I had personally adopted the strategy of cornering famiLEE LEEgime via ALL ANGLES, to keep them under cross fire from every sides, from every one. In this way we need not go through getting everyone to agree on anything among ourselves. Even when we have disagreements among ourselves, we can just share the same understanding that we put the famiLEE LEEgime in the middle of the issue and bash them rather than each others among ourselves.

In this way we leave room however tiny or large between ourselves in where we can still seek whatever possible limited cooperations for any mutual benefits, on flexible basis. We seek to leave nothing for famiLEE LEEgime to gain on the issue concerned, corner them to face the LOSE-LOSE scenario. Get them binded and keep them caught in between, in whichever direction they move they will face resistance.

As far as the current scenario goes, this strategy works well.

On the contrary, if we seek the bigger scale unity, there are too many things that oppositions need to agree and thus compromise among. This is not impossible, but the practical advantage is very little at this stage. The compromise will actually weaken lots of the opposition's original strength. Further, it opens some escape ways for famiLEE LEEgime to move themselves out of their own difficult binds.

Opposition unity is achieved in Malaysia, and I sincerely congratulate them.

What it took there includes for example, DAP & PAS to come to term among themselves, on racial and religious issues, which were sources of past conflicts among the 2. There is significant efforts and prices to be paid for this. The trade-off however, is that will simplify BN's consideration for their own positions and policies, because now they have only to face PKR on a single front instead of facing PAS & DAP franking from 2 different fronts.

In Singaporean scenario, not only we lack a Mr. Anwar, our senior JBJ had already gone to a better place. So our scenario of unity is different from that of the Malaysian. We should not aim to replicate their success directly, but we have to seek our own path and innovations.

Had late Mr. JBJ not left, he would be a more senior and central person within oppositions to contribute in a unique perspective that absolutely none of us can do in his place. Late Mr. JBJ could chair an opposition meeting in which everyone of us will give him due respect unquestioned. I said this only to honor a senior that we had lost.

The chemistry among opposition is currently not poised to achieve any great full scale unity, however there had been and there will be flexible cooperations among the oppositions, what we hope is to enhance and increase these cooperations to more effective levels, especially towards the GE.

Singaporeans must not blindly and in naive assumptions expect any impractical unity within opposition. Forcefully snapping them together will limit their own abilities to fight against famiLEE LEEgime. Within my personal experience, in order to work together with others, I felt that I had to compromise too much, and soften too much, and in many situation allowed famiLEE LEEgime to get away from attacks that I could otherwise brutally deliver. Where damages on the famiLEE LEEgime are due, there are too many weak-spots where should had been blasted apart, had there not been softer elements within the opposition who could not afford to pay a little higher price necessary to bleed the bastards in famiLEE LEEgime.

All I want to remind opposition members and supporters now is to carefully train away FRIENDLY FIRE from each other, while facing famiLEE LEEgime. With every shot that we fire away, we must try not to let famiLEE LEEgime make any gains from it.

It will come to a time when we can recognize and appreciate each other better, and work towards stronger unity. For now, pse focus fire on famiLEE LEEgime, and look for ways cooperate among ourselves, for the sake of the republic.

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Sunday, April 04, 2010

A lesson from Thailand - Singaporeans to learn

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Wiki Ref URL PMs of Thailand

There had been 4 PMs since Thug-Sin, there is no peace since his ouster, which was said to be bloodless coupe. But today blood is spilled everywhere from Government office to Party HQ.

Singaporeans should learn from this painful experience of Thais that avoiding blood and price not fully paid, will not yield the finality of the necessary change. Thug-Sin was not eliminated, and they had let him run. Until today, he and his dogs will return to hound Thailand round after round. From imposing one puppet PM to another (Samak then Somchai). Until today that Abhisit is still yet completed with the task to liquidate Thug-sin's gang.

The accumulated prices is much greater and higher than it would had been if they had liquidated Thug-Sin in a blooded military coupe for once and for all. It would had been long over already. Chinese say 长痛不如短痛。 That is precisely what it meant.

The whole point is to apply this consideration and lesson when liquidating Old Dog Thief Lee Kuan Yew's famiLEE LEEgime, you want to have it done thoroughly for once and for all and not over so many years. Thug-Sin was ousted in 2006 and today is 2010, that traitor is still playing lots of games after buying British football team and eat Bak Kut Teh with the famiLEE LEEgime here. He is still selling the Thai's national interest to enemy Hun Sen in Cambodia, there is still no sight of ending.

If Singaporeans don't have resolve and guts to do it for once and for all, then better leave it to those with a stronger minds and hands to get it done, and forget it, don't cry humanity or democracy and prolong the whole change. Thailand today is the example for best comparison.

When famiLEE LEEgime run away with funds in exile, and stir shit from outside of Red Dot like Thug-Sin, Singaporeans will be in exactly same or worst state then present Thais.

The rot have to go and a price have to be paid. I said this since a long time back.


Democrat Abhisit's style have a long way to go to fix problems.

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