|Just another friendly neighbourhood PRC national ranting online|
In response to Mr Low Thia Khiang's rebuttal of alleged xenophobia, Li has just added fuel to fire:
[I respect Mr Low’s logic. The reason why he has such fear obviously could not be due to me, who is just one new citizen. In fact, he recalled in his article his past where he had indelible fear, a fear which he called the "White Terror". I am not ignorant of the period of history Mr. Low mentioned.]
[But the world has since progressed, and new history is being written. Singapore has undergone one "watershed" after another. Having won a series of election campaign, and becoming the largest opposition in the Parliament, the Workers’ Party is now the darling of the day. Many concerned friends have even asked me, “Would you get into any trouble?” for me to write something criticising the Workers' Party and Low TK’s article at this point in time.]
[ I originally wondered if my friends were unnecessarily "frightened". But now I realised their concern is not without basis. For Mr. Low to characterise me as "wanting to cause the Workers Party to die/death", I suspect he is trying to incite discontentment among his supporters on me. Does he need to resort to inciting tragic, on this discussion between us?]
Interesting inflammatory language, for one who has threatened to "flatten" Singapore.
And broadcasts to the whole wide world how lazy Singaporeans are:
He has deleted his Facebook account, but his anti-Singapore government remarks on Chinese social network Weibo (微博) are still available on the Internet. Writing as a "Singapore journalist" then, he questioned the immigration policies of the Singapore government and makes disparaging remarks about the government's self-contradicting policies. In another online posting, Li Ye Ming also mis-represented Singaporeans on the issue of Taiwan independence, claiming that all Singaporeans are against the independence of Taiwan.
We are thoroughly confused. Which side is this guy really on?