Supreme Leeder Lee Kuan Yew passed away peacefully in the Singapore General Hospital today at 91 years of age. He leaves behind 2 sons, including current prime minister of Singapore Lee Hsien Loong, and a daughter. Love him or hate him, there's no doubt Singapore would not be the same without him. In tribute of the man who helped build his vision of Singapore, A.S.S. has decided to compile a series of memorable pictures and photos of Lee Kuan Yew.
I saw the Facebook posting made by the mother of the boy who used a bread knife to slash another at ITE College West. Instead of feeling ashamed of his action, she openly curse and defend her son action and even insult the guy who got slashed saying that he has no balls to fight her 16 year old son. With a mother like this, no wonder the son is so brazen and openly take knife want to chop another man over a girlfriend problem.
On 28 Feb, All Singapore Stuff received a submission from a reader (who requested to be anonymous) who shared his experience as a NSF clerk who dealth with AWOL cases. That submission blasted Josephine Teo for misreading the ground and reflected Singaporeans' unhappiness over PAP MPs' indifference over the pathetic allowances that NSF are getting .........
It has come to my attention recently that the PAP is really sick in the mind. I have never seen a country where its political leaders do not put priority on their citizens. I have never seen a country where foreigners are placed in higher standing than her own citizens.
After I read yesterday's news that ACRES had set up ACIU to conduct undercover operations, I suddenly remembered this incident which was related to me. Isn't it a strange coincidence that an such an absurd anonymous complaint was made against a food stall owner a few years ago, then the "expert" who was interviewed happened to be Louis Ng from ACRES?
On 26 Feb, Channel NewsAsia published a piece "Singaporeans express Budget concerns at forum". It carried a comment by PAP Minister of State for Finance and Transport Josephine Teo who said "service for the country cannot be measured in dollars and cents". I came across a sharp-eyed blogger The Lycan Times 狼人時報 who noticed that the original CNA article was deleted. The blogger kept a screenshot of the blog which I have attached.
According to Twitter user Norrick Nolesta (@Noyyick), a 21-year old man who was dressed in woman's clothing and wore a wig was caught for trying to peep Norrick's female friend in a girls toilet. Norrick shared that the man was trembling when he was being questioned by the Police.
If PAP MP does not know the reality on the ground, they should just keep their mouth shut. PAP MPs and Ministers who are paid millions to serve the nation are not in moral high ground to dictate how Singaporean sons should spend their time serving the nation.