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More evidence that being anti-PAP is bad for yr mental health

In Uncategorized on 24/09/2018 at 1:22 pm

When I saw TOC’s headline  “Are Singaporeans “crybabies”* who get the government they deserve?” I wondered who the writer was: turned out to be Augustine Low, a sensible chap.

So I read it. Turned out to be rubbish because he assumes the KPKBing is coming from the 70% (without presenting any evidence) rather from the usual suspects among the 30%: the cybernuts.


Dissatisfaction? What dissatisfaction?

Blackbox Research’s Govt Satisfaction Index is still around the 80% mark (78 in August and 79 in the previous two months), so waz this BS about unhappy S’poreans that even an ex-ST tua kee is KPKBing about?  Smell the smoke? From Indonesia or from the PAP & cybernuts?

It’s all about noise amplification: Not ground sour, juz kopi tiam talk amplified lah

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I’m concerned that Augustine Low may be experiencing mental problems like PJ Thum. Remember PJ decided to sabo the anti-PAP cause by inviting Tun Mahathir to “bring democracy to SE Asia: PJ Thum cares about S’pore?

So I hope he reads this which I wrote earlier this yr.

Avoid dementia, don’t be anti-PAP like Meng Seng

When I wrote TOC misrepresents facts yet again, Chris Kuan told me that the writer of the TOC piece I was rubbishing was written by a friend. He was right. I was surprised because when we were in regular contact, he was a sensible person who while he had issues with many policies of the PAP govt (public tpt, healthcare, CPF, pay and pay attitude, ministerial salaries and greedy grassroot leaders) he wasn’t an anti-PAP cybernut, he gave the PAP govt credit where it was due like in education: instilling analytical thinking.

 

Well I sure hope he goes for treatment before he becomes like Goh Meng Seng.

Going by a recent FB exchange, one can reasonably conclude that Goh Meng Seng has a symptom that is a strong indicator of dementia: inability to remember facts.

He forgot who was his team’s proposer at the last GE. He tried to slimeball Terry Xu by asking whether Terry was present at the nomination centre. Terry pointed out that he was his assentor. Goh said that he didn’t notice Terry’s presence because he was really busy that day, and didn’t have time for petty details (read low life).

Then Terry kicked Meng Seng’s balls:

sorry I was not the assentor. I was the proposer. And that’s even worse, cause you should know the importance of the proposer.


Importance of Assentor and Proposer

[A] Proposer and/or Assenter has to sign the nomination papers (and maybe even give an oath before a Commissioner)? This was usually done before entering the nomination center.

So I struggle to understand how a candidate can forget who did or did not show up at the nomination centre. If any of those named in the nomination papers didn’t show up, the nomination papers would have been rejected.

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Reasonable to conclude our very own Wu Sangui:”: Silence of Goh Meng Seng has dementia.

Btw, bit rich of him to want

a more centralised form of leadership

adding

that without discipline, such a coalition equals trouble.

When he was a WP member, he was upset at the WP’s rules on keeping quiet. He left because he said he wanted the freedom to KPKB.

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*alluding to Vlogger Nuseir Yassin, also known as Nas Daily, who branded S’poreans “crybabies” for taking him to task over his videos effusively praising the country, the latest one even calling Singapore “the almost perfect country.”
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