What on earth does PM Lee mean when he says he is "lifting the whip" for the parliamentary sitting on 3 July? Lifting the whip is only for voting on bills. In this case, no bill is under consideration. He's just planning to make a statement. If he means that PAP members of parliament will be free to ask any question or make any comment they wish, then it has always been their right as MPs whether or not the whip is lifted. This simply goes to show that the PAP does not ordinarily allow its MPs to ask any question or make any comment they deem appropriate in parliament UNLESS the PM says (in a misuse of the term) the whip is lifted.
Last week, I was invited overseas again and my flight was on 18 June 2017. However, I was detained at the airport for more than 4 hours and the police refused to say why I was detained or why am I being blacklisted. The police revealed to overseas lawyers that I was detained under Section 8(3)(k) of the Immigration Act and told me that I am a “national threat” that will affect “bilateral relationship”. May I know if the foreign police are right that the Singapore government has contacted the overseas immigration to deport me back to Singapore?
Honestly, if PM Lee 'abused his power' to only get a deed of gift from Lawrence Wong, and to set up a 'secret committee' that everyone and his dog now knows about, he is damn lousy at abusing power. Look around the region and the wider world to see what an 'abuse of power' looks like. For example, sacking the FBI chief investigating your friends. Or squirrelling billions into an imaginary fund.
I was at Jem's Penang Culture with my family and would like to commend their staff for their observance of their Halal certificate. As a Chinese Muslim family we naturally look Chinese, and the staff was concerned about us putting my baby's food in their baby bowls. He said it was not allowed as it is a Halal-certified restaurant (he's not even Malay, but appears to be a Filipino). I assured him that I'm Muslim and the food, prepared at home, is Halal, but also thanked him for being careful and thorough.
The next big question, would Hsien Loong dare to sue his brother and sister, the children of Lee Kuan Yew, or put them behind bars for whatever charges? The loyalists and the old guards would not allow it, the cabinet ministers would not allow it, the people of Singapore would not accept it. Doing so would be the downfall of Hsien Loong and the PAP, I think.
A netizen came across a dramatic scene when a bus enthusiast lost his cool and attempted to commit suicide in front of his fellow bus enthusiasts... by hitting his head repeatedly against a bus windscreen.
24 year old Muhammad Khairul Mohamed, an auxiliary policeman deployed at Woodlands Checkpoint as an outrider was detained under the Internal Security Act for planning to travel to Syria to fight in the war. His colleague, 36 year old Mohamad Rizal Wahid who knew of his plans but failed to report to a superior officer or the authorities was similarly detained and put under restriction order for supporting Khairul.
A netizen shared these screenshots to warn netizens of a possible Apple email phishing scam. According to the netizen, he received an email requesting for his personal information from an email marked @AppleID.com.
Brilliant. This put the bastard in a lose-lose-lose situation. Sue the siblings and then be denounced by the public as a ruthless Monster who would even bring his own flesh and blood to court. Plus this would further inflame the situation. Don't sue and be asked to leave cabinet as there would be lingering suspicions of his integrity according to GCT's pronouncement.
Guys, please help to look out for this fella Sheramu s/o Ayasamy (S1424XXXJ). He was a tenant staying with my parents and broke into their room and stole my mom's life savings and jewelry; cleared out some of his clothes from his room and ran off. He has been uncontactable since 18th June yesterday. My mother is very devastated and has been crying non stop since this occured.