The real Singaporeans

Obviously, the mainstream media has been thoroughly successful in convincing the people that Dr. Chee is a psychopath, an attention-seeker and does more harm than good. This, I speak from experience as well as observation. Before I watched the film “One Nation Under Lee” which exposed all the lies that the government sold to us, I was incredibly patriotic. Not to say I am not patriotic now, but I was extremely loyal to the country or rather, the government such that whenever anyone tries to criticize them, I would be filled with anger. After all, schools taught that Lee Kuan Yew heroically rescued us from the evil clutches of the communists and brought us to where we are today, a first world country. But I now realize that it is far from the truth.

As with my observation in sites such as YouTube, I found quite a number of “Netizens” who would loyally defend the government such that they would actually quote from the government’s words to argue with us. One such encounter was a commenter who kept saying that Dr. Chee Soon Juan is a psychopath. Obviously, these claim was by none other than our dear LKY, and when he made that claim, the whole mainstream media announced it like it was the biggest sporting event of the year.

Listen up Singaporeans. Why do you think there are opposition leaders who keep on fighting for freedom and democracy only to end up bankrupt again. Yet they still strongly believed in what they did. I do not think that they are mad, but rather, it is the great love they have for Singapore, such that should there be a wrong in society, they would be the ones who have the initiative to correct it. It is the fire in the hearts of these people, the passion that allows them to persevere on and continue fighting for Justice and Equality. These, are true Singaporeans, who fight for their, as well as fellow citizens’ rights and well-being. They are the ones who should be commemorated during National day, not the greedy MPs of the PAP.

If you want to know the truth of this "psychopaths" who fight to the death, I recommend reading online and not the mainstream media.

Here are a few good alternatives-

Happy National Day to all Singaporeans.


Of Politics in Singapore and the Saint’s Choir

This was a post I contributed to the Saint’s Choir, of which I am part of.

"As you all know, you have been asked to pay $2 each for the cost of the
cake, present and birthday card that the seniors and Exco paid in
advanced for you. Although the total cost is around $70, which means
each of you has to pay only $1.50, I joked that you should be paying $2
so the rest of the money can go into the Exco’s pockets. Apparently,
someone took this seriously and posted that last post. And for that, I
apologise, please bring $1.50 on Monday.
But what really got me thinking was that the Singapore’s ministers are
the highest paid in the world and yet they find it acceptable and

In case you don’t already know, Singapore PM Lee
Hsien Loong earns $3.8 million a year, 6 times the salary of US
President Barack Obama. MM Lee Kuan Yew gave a few reasons for the high
– to prevent corruption
– talent is rare in Singapore
– because the ministers can earn a much higher salary should their jobs be something else.

reasoned with my mother during Dinner on why we, the choir’s Exco,
should be paid, using the similar argumentative points below.
– to prevent corruption and motivate us into better serving the choir
– because talent is rare in the choir and we are the few talented ones

because if we’re not serving the choir, we can have a much more
carefree life and more time to do what we want, rather than dedicating
that time to Exco meetings, etc…

And for the first time, she
seemed to be very wise and intellectual on this type of topic. She
pointed out that by paying ourselves money instead of serving the choir
voluntarily, we are already corrupted. If we are paid, our main focus
is just for the money and not for serving the choir. We should lead the
choir for the sake of serving the choir, and not for the money.
Basically, serving the choir is an Honour, not a Privilege. That is why
its called Serving, not being served. That is why Jesus washed his
Disciples feet(John 3:13-20) out of love, and thus referred to as the
Servant King. That is why the most important commandment is to Love thy
neighbour as thyself. And the same should be applied to governments in
the world, as their duty is to serve, not just for the money, but for
the people.

The Spirit of the Lord is on me,
because he has anointed me
to preach good news to the poor.
He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the slaves
and recovery of sight for the blind, and
to release the oppressed.

Luke 4:18"