Friday, January 30, 2009

singapore freddy krugger - nightmare in elm street

seng han tong signing a cny greeting for lee kuan yew during his hospital visit during cny.

poor mp seng han tong! he was once bashed by an old taxi driver during one of his meeting the residents activity. during the recent pre-chinese new year ang pows distributing, he was again attacked by another ex-cab driver, a different old man who threw thinner at him and torched him.

well, that's some of the occupational hazzard for mps here. ;9(

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

satire cny greeting for YEAR OF THE OX

裁員滾滾; 裁員廣進; 薪餉四成



Wednesday, January 21, 2009

this video makes me very angry!

how could a betrayer of his own country be allowed to live in this shore? it's like keeping a wolf living within us. it's about time people who are misled by him be awakened by his latest ploy: SUCKING UP TO THE LATEST USA PRESIDENT OBAMA TO GET EVEN WITH SINGAPORE. true blooded singaporeans should stand up and censor this asshole severely!

at a time of economic crisis, unity among singaporeans should be ehanced. instead what chee soon juan doing now is to exploit the situation to hopefully instigate obama to sanction singapore.

chee's foolish followers have better wake up to the real fact of their "messiah".

note: this videoclip might be removed once chee realises his foolish act.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

mari kita the AMERICAN FLAG, ascent of OBAMA!

chee sucking up obama to hantam sgp


see what a cunning opportunist would do. chee is even sucking up to obama. hmm, wonder how Oba would reply him or ask himself: WHO THE HELL IS THE CHEE??! bye to him! letter ends up picking dog poo.

Dr Chee congratulates President Obama ! (like real!)

Dear President Obama,

An occasion of great moment has come upon America this 20th day of January 2009. It is a day summoned by history to what is good and noble as you are inaugurated President of the United States.

My colleagues and I at the Singapore Democratic Party, extend to you our heartfelt congratulations.

We are especially encouraged by what you said on Human Rights Day in December last year:: “When the United States stands up for human rights, by example at home and by effort abroad, we align ourselves with men and women around the world who struggle for the right to speak their minds, to choose their leaders, and to be treated with dignity and respect.”

Alas here in Asia there are altogether too many men and women who still labour under authoritarian regimes and dictatorships.

Mdm Aung San Suu Kyi and her fellow servants of democracy in Burma continue to languish in dark cells simply for daring to dream of freedom. The military government needs to know that with new leadership in the United States, it cannot be repression-as-usual. Change, urgent change must come to Burma, a country that civility has so cruelly forsaken.

In my country, Singapore, the repression is no less severe -- its ugly form made only less grotesque by an English-speaking regime that cleverly uses terms like the "rule of law" and "good governance" to cover up what is effectively a dictatorship.

How else can you describe a government that prohibits public speech and peaceful assembly, completely controls the media, continues to detain its citizens without trial, and manipulates elections?

My party colleagues and fellow human rights advocates have been arrested and prosecuted for taking part in peaceful protests. In March last year 18 of us stood outside our Parliament and protested against the rising cost of living in Singapore. For that we were dragged away by the police and charged for taking part in an illegal procession and assembly. The trial is on-going.

I face multiple charges for speaking in public and conducting protests. I've already been imprisoned seven times. I've been sued for defamation by government leaders and made a bankrupt. As a result I've been banned from standing for elections and barred from travelling overseas. I've been jailed twice for contempt of court.

But don't get me wrong. I'm not complaining. And neither are my associates. We fight for justice and freedom with gladness in our hearts.

But even as I make this video, the Singapore government is already crafting yet more laws to make it even more difficult for the public to conduct protests.

I understand that the United States' relations with Singapore is one based on pragmatism. We are a strong military ally and valuable trading partner. What I don't understand is how a democratic Singapore that respects the rights of its people, undermines this relationship. In fact, a Singapore that practices the rule of law is very much in the interests of the US, both long-term and short.

It is my sincere hope that your administration's foreign policy will be as enlightened as you. I have every confidence that under the leadership of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the US will pay more attention to the human rights abuses of the Singapore government and take positive steps to help Singapore join the Community of Democracies.

Before your entry into politics you were a community organiser and civil rights lawyer. Because of this you understand what it is like to be under the crushing weight of poverty.

In Singapore we have a significant layer of the underclass. Like many, I am sure you are shocked to hear that the poor in Singapore are not a small minority. People living in cardboard boxes, stealing scraps of leftovers in public eating places, and the rummaging through dumpsters for something to sell is not an uncommon sight in Singapore.

The tragedy is they suffer in silence for they have no rights and no avenue speak their pain.

But while they suffer, our Prime Minister pays himself a salary that is six times yours. This income disparity did not come about because of the free-market system. It came about because of deliberate policy-making designed to attract the world's wealth to this country, legitimate or otherwise. This is why Singapore has become a tax haven, one that benefits only the rich and super-rich in this country but leaves much of the rest of society neglected.

Like you I have young children whom I love dearly. Like yours I want mine to grow up in a society that places rights before riches, people before profits, a society that values justice and one that is free as it is strong.

It is my hope that the universality of human rights and your leadership will help make the world a better place for your children and mine.

Again, I want to take this opportunity to congratulate you on this most special of days. The load that you bear is heavy and the responsibility you shoulder immense. But I have no doubt that the confidence that your fellow citizens have placed in you will be fully vindicated.

Under your leadership, I look forward to a world that is freer, more democratic, and more just.

Thank you and God Bless.

chee sucking up to obama of usa

Re: chee sucking up obama to hantam sgp


it's the foreign press AFP reporting for chee. yes, again.

Jan 21, 2009
Chee seeks Obama's support

THE leader of a Singapore opposition party, jailed numerous times for defying local protest laws and for other offences, has posted a video message asking for US President Barack Obama's support.
Chee Soon Juan, secretary general of the Singapore Democratic Party, posted his 'message to President Obama' on the video sharing website YouTube, where he called Obama's Tuesday inauguration 'an occasion of great moment.'

Mr Chee expressed hope that the United States 'will pay more attention to the human rights abuses of the Singapore government and take positive steps to help Singapore join the community of democracies.'

Mr Chee, dressed in a dark suit and a tie, sat at a desk to deliver the message lasting more than five minutes.

He said his party was especially encouraged by what Obama, the first black president of the United States, has said about human rights.

'Under your leadership I look forward to a world that is freer, more democratic and more just,' said Mr Chee. -- AFP.

so hopefully, ah OBA would sanction singapore after chee's plead or better still DHL a missile over! now isn't chee a sweet patriotic traitor!!

csj should pay more attention to oba's words of hidden meaning, like this quote here:

Obama said: 'we reject as false the choice between our safety and our ideals.'

' Widely criticized for his foreign and domestic policy blunders and owner of the lowest popularity rating ever for a sitting US president, Bush was unrepentant about his actions.

see the similarities between chee n that nincompoop bush?