Thursday, June 6, 2013

Redacted, 6 June 2013


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  1. What's that? A new QR code?

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    1. I guess this is what happens after MDA under Yaacob Ibrahim is done with the internet, everything becomes gibberish.

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  2. Hahaha the power of censorship.
    The panel is only tcj, no one else on it.

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    1. Did not LKY threatened that he will call out the army should there be a rebellion? Well, here we have it. A one man army for a show of strength. But, a bit malu lah. Just full o evasive answers and nothing new. Waste of time watching!

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    2. A minister who wants us to keep posting and expressing, pretending as if nothing much has changed. Except the $50,000 bond or 200,000 fine and jail term if we don't comply.

      Why should they profit from the contents that other people created for everyone for free anyway?

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    3. So the brigadier general was called in to edit the internet?

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  3. Very creative!

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  4. The Dark Age6/06/2013 1:01 PM

    I can't wait for the black out to be over.
    Feel a big void in the news apart from the 'official right' news ;-(
    Censorship - feels like taking us back to the dark ages.

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  5. Very eerie,someone died?

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  6. Class 93 FM - Listen only to good news!!

    I have the following para from William Ophuls' 70-page book "Immoderate Greatness - why civilizations fail" to share with all. Now I know proud men never reads a single book in his life, still he owes it to himself at the end of his life to do some reflection to see if what he has left behind will really outlast him? And if he really cannot read, ask his dog kish mabu to read him a few pages each nite, sure to finish before he kicks the bucket, I think...

    "Probably the greatest agreement among scholars, though, is that the failing civilizations suffered from growing hubris and overconfidence: the belief that their capabilities after many earlier tests would always rise to the occasion and that growing signs of weakness could be ignored"

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  7. Tattler, is this your version of a blackout? Good one. Ha Ha.

    When Yaacob Ibrahim said: "I think it is important for us to ensure that they (ordinary Singaporeans) read the RIGHT thing" ... I am reminded of the
    following words from the old fart:

    “I am often accused of interfering in the private lives of citizens. Yes, if I did not, had I not done that, we wouldn't be here today. And I say without the slightest remorse, that we wouldn't be here, we would not have made economic progress, if we had not intervened on very personal matters - who your neighbour is, how you live, the noise you make, how you spit, or what language you use. We decide what is right. Never mind what the people think.” 


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    1. Backpfeifengesicht6/06/2013 11:43 PM

      "I have been accused of many things in my life, but not even my worst enemy has ever accused me of being afraid to speak my mind"

      Yeah right. What your enemy has accused you is that your people (citizens) has beome afraid to speak their mind, you retard! And that is a good reflection of you and your legacy for the last 45 years. The karma is turning around now.

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  8. The ostrich just sticks the head deeper and deeper into the sand. Very soon, only the a** is visible and that is what we get in political "reforms" recently. Whatever happened to that Raffles Place apology back in the last GE?

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