Discussion:
Is it a crime .....to speak in public ?
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Bald eagle
2006-11-23 22:56:00 UTC
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A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.

Is speaking in public a crime?

In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.

It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.

The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.

Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?

In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Starbucks
2006-11-24 00:32:51 UTC
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Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Well, according to the judge, there are 3 conditions for the crime:
1) Uttering words
2) Where you can be heard by the public
3) Not possessing a police permit

So, please be very careful when you meet a friend on the street and say
something like "Hello, John, how are you?"
But then being in jail means free food and lodging and exemption from
GST.
Mohammed the Pig
2006-11-24 00:57:41 UTC
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What do you expect from a country full of people who gave the world
chairman Mao?
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 05:52:24 UTC
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Post by Starbucks
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
1) Uttering words
2) Where you can be heard by the public
3) Not possessing a police permit
The Judge is wrong.

The law that treat speaking in public as a crime
is seriosly FLAWED. The problem is with the law,...
not our rights to speak freely in public.

This unjust law has no moral grounds to
be in existence in any civil society....a democratic
soceity.

It should be abolished ....by our elected MPs.
Post by Starbucks
So, please be very careful when you meet a friend on the street and say
something like "Hello, John, how are you?"
But then being in jail means free food and lodging and exemption from
GST.
Observer
2006-11-24 10:29:59 UTC
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Post by Bald eagle
This unjust law has no moral grounds to
be in existence in any civil society....a democratic
soceity.
It should be abolished ....by our elected MPs.
Aha!...
This is where you are WRONG.
Most MP's are WALKOVERS lar...
LOL.
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Starbucks
So, please be very careful when you meet a friend on the street and say
something like "Hello, John, how are you?"
But then being in jail means free food and lodging and exemption from
GST.
Lobert
2006-11-24 10:46:07 UTC
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Post by Bald eagle
Post by Starbucks
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
1) Uttering words
2) Where you can be heard by the public
3) Not possessing a police permit
The Judge is wrong.
so you are right - garbage ?
Post by Bald eagle
The law that treat speaking in public as a crime
is seriosly FLAWED. The problem is with the law,...
not our rights to speak freely in public.
The problem is you - keep talking rubbish here
did the "old man" in India shake his head
hahaha
Post by Bald eagle
This unjust law has no moral grounds to
be in existence in any civil society....a democratic
soceity.
Like no murder in the first world countries- hehehe !
Post by Bald eagle
It should be abolished ....by our elected MPs.
Rubbish - did you elected the MPs?
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 11:33:54 UTC
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"Lobert" <***@imh.com> wrote in message news:ek6fob$b31$***@mawar.singnet.com.sg...

Garbage.
Lobert
2006-11-25 10:24:04 UTC
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Post by Bald eagle
Garbage.
childish
Bald eagle
2006-11-25 17:16:03 UTC
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garbage
Observer
2006-11-24 10:25:59 UTC
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Post by Starbucks
Post by Bald eagle
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
1) Uttering words
2) Where you can be heard by the public
3) Not possessing a police permit
So, please be very careful when you meet a friend on the street and say
something like "Hello, John, how are you?"
But then being in jail means free food and lodging and exemption from
GST.
So everybody must ask police whether
they can speak to their wife on the bus,
kopi tiam....etc?
LOL.

BTW....the ruling logic sounds similar to
"cannot be around 200m of polling booth
BUT can be INSIDE it"!
LOL.
yansimon52
2006-11-25 02:46:37 UTC
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Post by Observer
Post by Starbucks
Post by Bald eagle
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
1) Uttering words
2) Where you can be heard by the public
3) Not possessing a police permit
So, please be very careful when you meet a friend on the street and say
something like "Hello, John, how are you?"
But then being in jail means free food and lodging and exemption from
GST.
So everybody must ask police whether
they can speak to their wife on the bus,
kopi tiam....etc?
LOL.
BTW....the ruling logic sounds similar to
"cannot be around 200m of polling booth
BUT can be INSIDE it"!
LOL.
Wahhhhhhhhhhh Observer.nowadays...your talking got needles
lor.........listen your talk 'buay tar han'...............you are
qualified to join 'Kumar' from Boom Boom Room...
Observer
2006-11-25 09:53:22 UTC
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Post by yansimon52
Post by Observer
BTW....the ruling logic sounds similar to
"cannot be around 200m of polling booth
BUT can be INSIDE it"!
LOL.
Wahhhhhhhhhhh Observer.nowadays...your talking got needles
lor.........listen your talk 'buay tar han'...............you are
qualified to join 'Kumar' from Boom Boom Room...
Wah...simon, that means last time you see
me no up ah?
LOL.
yansimon52
2006-11-25 10:01:50 UTC
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Post by Observer
Post by yansimon52
Post by Observer
BTW....the ruling logic sounds similar to
"cannot be around 200m of polling booth
BUT can be INSIDE it"!
LOL.
Wahhhhhhhhhhh Observer.nowadays...your talking got needles
lor.........listen your talk 'buay tar han'...............you are
qualified to join 'Kumar' from Boom Boom Room...
Wah...simon, that means last time you see
me no up ah?
LOL.
No lar.........last time you stay cool......getting ready to race in
Cup Race........LOL......LOL.....
Monitor
2006-11-24 01:16:58 UTC
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Chee & gang deserve it. In fact, they glory to be jailed ... more press
coverage.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 06:04:02 UTC
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Post by Monitor
Chee & gang deserve it. In fact, they glory to be jailed ... more press
coverage.
I don't care two hoods about the loser Chee.
He deserves worse. This is NOT the point.

I am NOT concerned about Chee, but about
our rights to speak our minds freely in a civil
society.
In a democratic society, speaking freely in public
is NOT a crime.

It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.
Only criminals deserve to be jailed....NO innocent
citizens should go to jail for speaking in public.

Singapore is governed by the rule of the law.....
First the law must be just and NOT flawed. This
law is FLAWED.

Change it.
lobert 罗伯
2006-11-24 06:37:08 UTC
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It is not a crime to speak freely in public but however, if what you
speak will cause public unrest, then it is a crime.
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Monitor
Chee & gang deserve it. In fact, they glory to be jailed ... more press
coverage.
I don't care two hoods about the loser Chee.
He deserves worse. This is NOT the point.
I am NOT concerned about Chee, but about
our rights to speak our minds freely in a civil
society.
In a democratic society, speaking freely in public
is NOT a crime.
It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.
Only criminals deserve to be jailed....NO innocent
citizens should go to jail for speaking in public.
Singapore is governed by the rule of the law.....
First the law must be just and NOT flawed. This
law is FLAWED.
Change it.
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 08:15:38 UTC
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If I do not cause public unrest, why have
a law to rob me of my rights to speak
freely in public.

Why prevent people from speaking freely
in public, ....for speaking up against the flawed
laws in Singapore,.... the injustice of jailing people
for speaking in public....the taxing of the
poor and paying civil servants bonus....the
appointments of sons, wife, brother, sisters
in jobs in the government .....

WHY ?
It is not a crime to speak freely in public but however, if what you speak
will cause public unrest, then it is a crime.
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Monitor
Chee & gang deserve it. In fact, they glory to be jailed ... more press
coverage.
I don't care two hoods about the loser Chee.
He deserves worse. This is NOT the point.
I am NOT concerned about Chee, but about
our rights to speak our minds freely in a civil
society.
In a democratic society, speaking freely in public
is NOT a crime.
It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.
Only criminals deserve to be jailed....NO innocent
citizens should go to jail for speaking in public.
Singapore is governed by the rule of the law.....
First the law must be just and NOT flawed. This
law is FLAWED.
Change it.
Lobert
2006-11-25 10:48:38 UTC
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废人讲废话
Post by Bald eagle
If I do not cause public unrest, why have
a law to rob me of my rights to speak
freely in public.
Why prevent people from speaking freely
in public, ....for speaking up against the flawed
laws in Singapore,.... the injustice of jailing people
for speaking in public....the taxing of the
poor and paying civil servants bonus....the
appointments of sons, wife, brother, sisters
in jobs in the government .....
WHY ?
It is not a crime to speak freely in public but however, if what you speak
will cause public unrest, then it is a crime.
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Monitor
Chee & gang deserve it. In fact, they glory to be jailed ... more press
coverage.
I don't care two hoods about the loser Chee.
He deserves worse. This is NOT the point.
I am NOT concerned about Chee, but about
our rights to speak our minds freely in a civil
society.
In a democratic society, speaking freely in public
is NOT a crime.
It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.
Only criminals deserve to be jailed....NO innocent
citizens should go to jail for speaking in public.
Singapore is governed by the rule of the law.....
First the law must be just and NOT flawed. This
law is FLAWED.
Change it.
Bald eagle
2006-11-25 17:18:09 UTC
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"Lobert" <***@imh.com> wrote in message news:ek92ic$uib$***@reader01.singnet.com.sg...
garbage
ardeedee
2006-11-24 11:43:42 UTC
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If I call you a bodoh and you start a fight that is a crime?
Post by lobert 罗伯
It is not a crime to speak freely in public but however, if what you
speak will cause public unrest, then it is a crime.
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Monitor
Chee & gang deserve it. In fact, they glory to be jailed ... more press
coverage.
I don't care two hoods about the loser Chee.
He deserves worse. This is NOT the point.
I am NOT concerned about Chee, but about
our rights to speak our minds freely in a civil
society.
In a democratic society, speaking freely in public
is NOT a crime.
It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.
Only criminals deserve to be jailed....NO innocent
citizens should go to jail for speaking in public.
Singapore is governed by the rule of the law.....
First the law must be just and NOT flawed. This
law is FLAWED.
Change it.
ardeedee
2006-11-24 11:43:05 UTC
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Hey pussycat - what can you do about it - I ask you and the PAp asks you.
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Monitor
Chee & gang deserve it. In fact, they glory to be jailed ... more press
coverage.
I don't care two hoods about the loser Chee.
He deserves worse. This is NOT the point.
I am NOT concerned about Chee, but about
our rights to speak our minds freely in a civil
society.
In a democratic society, speaking freely in public
is NOT a crime.
It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.
Only criminals deserve to be jailed....NO innocent
citizens should go to jail for speaking in public.
Singapore is governed by the rule of the law.....
First the law must be just and NOT flawed. This
law is FLAWED.
Change it.
Pelandok
2006-11-24 12:11:30 UTC
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How about changing Newater first. If one is not healthy, there is not
much point in changing any law.
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Monitor
Chee & gang deserve it. In fact, they glory to be jailed ... more press
coverage.
I don't care two hoods about the loser Chee.
He deserves worse. This is NOT the point.
I am NOT concerned about Chee, but about
our rights to speak our minds freely in a civil
society.
In a democratic society, speaking freely in public
is NOT a crime.
It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.
Only criminals deserve to be jailed....NO innocent
citizens should go to jail for speaking in public.
Singapore is governed by the rule of the law.....
First the law must be just and NOT flawed. This
law is FLAWED.
Change it.
Ventura
2006-11-25 13:35:01 UTC
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You are right !!
Not only unhealthy, but I hate to see doctors "kkk" (kon-kar-kiow) in their
sleep.....;);)
Post by Pelandok
How about changing Newater first. If one is not healthy, there is not
much point in changing any law.
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Monitor
Chee & gang deserve it. In fact, they glory to be jailed ... more press
coverage.
I don't care two hoods about the loser Chee.
He deserves worse. This is NOT the point.
I am NOT concerned about Chee, but about
our rights to speak our minds freely in a civil
society.
In a democratic society, speaking freely in public
is NOT a crime.
It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.
Only criminals deserve to be jailed....NO innocent
citizens should go to jail for speaking in public.
Singapore is governed by the rule of the law.....
First the law must be just and NOT flawed. This
law is FLAWED.
Change it.
Pelandok
2006-11-25 14:19:49 UTC
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Any hypothesis, e.g. too much 'let go' so they added more chlorine to
treat it to prevent diarrhoea, and this in turn is bad for the heart.

Maybe we will have to boil water to brush our teeth in the not too
distant future.

I say, let's just end this experiment, and let Beattie get one of his
goondu towns to experiment with it first.
Post by Ventura
You are right !!
Not only unhealthy, but I hate to see doctors "kkk" (kon-kar-kiow) in their
sleep.....;);)
Post by Pelandok
How about changing Newater first. If one is not healthy, there is not
much point in changing any law.
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Monitor
Chee & gang deserve it. In fact, they glory to be jailed ... more press
coverage.
I don't care two hoods about the loser Chee.
He deserves worse. This is NOT the point.
I am NOT concerned about Chee, but about
our rights to speak our minds freely in a civil
society.
In a democratic society, speaking freely in public
is NOT a crime.
It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.
Only criminals deserve to be jailed....NO innocent
citizens should go to jail for speaking in public.
Singapore is governed by the rule of the law.....
First the law must be just and NOT flawed. This
law is FLAWED.
Change it.
Monitor
2006-11-27 02:56:51 UTC
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Aren't you speaking freely now?
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Monitor
Chee & gang deserve it. In fact, they glory to be jailed ... more press
coverage.
I don't care two hoods about the loser Chee.
He deserves worse. This is NOT the point.
I am NOT concerned about Chee, but about
our rights to speak our minds freely in a civil
society.
In a democratic society, speaking freely in public
is NOT a crime.
It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.
Only criminals deserve to be jailed....NO innocent
citizens should go to jail for speaking in public.
Singapore is governed by the rule of the law.....
First the law must be just and NOT flawed. This
law is FLAWED.
Change it.
Tweety
2006-11-27 03:46:54 UTC
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Post by Monitor
Aren't you speaking freely now?
This fuckin shit head's brain are so full of shit that he cannot think
straight therefore, he think he cannot tok freely.
Post by Monitor
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Monitor
Chee & gang deserve it. In fact, they glory to be jailed ... more press
coverage.
I don't care two hoods about the loser Chee.
He deserves worse. This is NOT the point.
I am NOT concerned about Chee, but about
our rights to speak our minds freely in a civil
society.
In a democratic society, speaking freely in public
is NOT a crime.
It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.
Only criminals deserve to be jailed....NO innocent
citizens should go to jail for speaking in public.
Singapore is governed by the rule of the law.....
First the law must be just and NOT flawed. This
law is FLAWED.
Change it.
yansimon52
2006-11-24 01:29:11 UTC
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Wait till old man 'kon kar keow' then this unjust law will be changed
lar.

In fact, by jailing CSJ & cos, it shows to the public what sort of old
man we are having......a very mean person.........old man a good and
compassionate person?........cannot be lar...............then what sort
of person is he?..............
Old man thot that he could live forever...........wishful
thinking..........LOL............LOL.............
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Lobert
2006-11-24 03:12:32 UTC
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What is 5 weeks compare to Chia Thye Poh ?
Post by yansimon52
Wait till old man 'kon kar keow' then this unjust law will be changed
lar.
In fact, by jailing CSJ & cos, it shows to the public what sort of old
man we are having......a very mean person.........old man a good and
compassionate person?........cannot be lar...............then what sort
of person is he?..............
Old man thot that he could live forever...........wishful
thinking..........LOL............LOL.............
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
yansimon52
2006-11-24 03:23:19 UTC
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Post by Lobert
What is 5 weeks compare to Chia Thye Poh ?
Yah lor we blame him for the cruelty he had done to opposition members
but, he may come up with an arguement by saying 'for Sg sake, I got to
do this' if not, where got stability in attracting foreign investor and
tourist.....quite a good excuse.........

Hey Old man, wahhhhhhhh you so concern on sgain welfare huh?

What happen if you 'up the lorry' then how?...........we sgian die
lar..........where got such thing?
Post by Lobert
Post by yansimon52
Wait till old man 'kon kar keow' then this unjust law will be changed
lar.
In fact, by jailing CSJ & cos, it shows to the public what sort of old
man we are having......a very mean person.........old man a good and
compassionate person?........cannot be lar...............then what sort
of person is he?..............
Old man thot that he could live forever...........wishful
thinking..........LOL............LOL.............
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Ventura
2006-11-25 13:37:59 UTC
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He should invoke more sympathy from the public and supporters by going for a
second "hung-girl" strike......;);)
Post by yansimon52
Post by Lobert
What is 5 weeks compare to Chia Thye Poh ?
Yah lor we blame him for the cruelty he had done to opposition members
but, he may come up with an arguement by saying 'for Sg sake, I got to
do this' if not, where got stability in attracting foreign investor and
tourist.....quite a good excuse.........
Hey Old man, wahhhhhhhh you so concern on sgain welfare huh?
What happen if you 'up the lorry' then how?...........we sgian die
lar..........where got such thing?
Post by Lobert
Post by yansimon52
Wait till old man 'kon kar keow' then this unjust law will be changed
lar.
In fact, by jailing CSJ & cos, it shows to the public what sort of old
man we are having......a very mean person.........old man a good and
compassionate person?........cannot be lar...............then what sort
of person is he?..............
Old man thot that he could live forever...........wishful
thinking..........LOL............LOL.............
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 06:12:47 UTC
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Post by yansimon52
Wait till old man 'kon kar keow' then this unjust law will be changed
lar.
In fact, by jailing CSJ & cos, it shows to the public what sort of old
man we are having......a very mean person.........old man a good and
compassionate person?........cannot be lar...............then what sort
of person is he?..............
Old man thot that he could live forever...........wishful
thinking..........LOL............LOL.............
Hey Simoni...

Has the old godfather wronged you?! why the bullets
always pointed at his direction. He is not the King any
more....Let him be.....after all he has done a lot for
Singapore.

I thought this law was not in place when he ruled
Singapore. This rule somehow got into the law book
without going through the Parliament. (I might be
wrong).
I notice a lot of laws affecting our life were enacted
without debate in parliament. Is this constitutional ?
yansimon52
2006-11-24 08:15:17 UTC
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Hey Botak

In life there is no such thing as naming a person forever a good
person.......a good person today can turned evil the next day........It
is just that as human one just got to do the best to fellow human and
must try not to cause misery to others, if possible..

Come to think of it, you can considered it as fate, for old man to
behave in the manner and those helpless opposition members were fated
to cross swords with old man.........and got what they are
today........

Personnally, in the first place I don't know old man and old man oso
don't me.....what I do know is, old man is the PAP's boss and he had
done alot into making what Sg is today But, he need not have to be so
mean to opposition members by bankrupting them ........can't he be more
graceful (toward fellow human regardless whether he is an opposition
member or not) afterall, he is old alreadi, anytime can 'up the
lorry'......
Post by Bald eagle
Post by yansimon52
Wait till old man 'kon kar keow' then this unjust law will be changed
lar.
In fact, by jailing CSJ & cos, it shows to the public what sort of old
man we are having......a very mean person.........old man a good and
compassionate person?........cannot be lar...............then what sort
of person is he?..............
Old man thot that he could live forever...........wishful
thinking..........LOL............LOL.............
Hey Simoni...
Has the old godfather wronged you?! why the bullets
always pointed at his direction. He is not the King any
more....Let him be.....after all he has done a lot for
Singapore.
I thought this law was not in place when he ruled
Singapore. This rule somehow got into the law book
without going through the Parliament. (I might be
wrong).
I notice a lot of laws affecting our life were enacted
without debate in parliament. Is this constitutional ?
yansimon52
2006-11-24 08:19:38 UTC
Permalink
Hey Botak

In life there is no such thing as naming a person forever a good
person.......a good person today can turned evil the next day........It
is just that as human one just got to do the best to fellow human and
must try not to cause misery to others, if possible..

Come to think of it, you can considered it as fate, for old man to
behave in the manner and those helpless opposition members were fated
to cross swords with old man.........and got what they are
today........

Personnally, in the first place I don't know old man and old man oso
don't me.....what I do know is, old man is the PAP's boss and he had
done alot into making what Sg is today But, he need not have to be so
mean to opposition members by bankrupting them ........can't he be more
graceful (toward fellow human regardless whether he is an opposition
member or not) afterall, he is old alreadi, anytime can 'up the
lorry'......

Can I say that, I look up him as a shrewd politician but, look down on
him as a fellow human, a person with no compassion toward fellow
human..............so ..where is his human value.............of doing
good deeds....
Post by Bald eagle
Post by yansimon52
Wait till old man 'kon kar keow' then this unjust law will be changed
lar.
In fact, by jailing CSJ & cos, it shows to the public what sort of old
man we are having......a very mean person.........old man a good and
compassionate person?........cannot be lar...............then what sort
of person is he?..............
Old man thot that he could live forever...........wishful
thinking..........LOL............LOL.............
Hey Simoni...
Has the old godfather wronged you?! why the bullets
always pointed at his direction. He is not the King any
more....Let him be.....after all he has done a lot for
Singapore.
I thought this law was not in place when he ruled
Singapore. This rule somehow got into the law book
without going through the Parliament. (I might be
wrong).
I notice a lot of laws affecting our life were enacted
without debate in parliament. Is this constitutional ?
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 09:01:29 UTC
Permalink
Post by yansimon52
Hey Botak
In life there is no such thing as naming a person forever a good
person.......a good person today can turned evil the next day........It
is just that as human one just got to do the best to fellow human and
must try not to cause misery to others, if possible..
Very true....the old godfather is not the
man he used to be. ...it is a natural process.
After all, the able poeple who fought with him
have either retired or "upthe lorry"....A great
loss to Singapore and it is sad ...they were not
replaced by equally able men.

The old man is now surround by 'yes men'
and fools....For security reasons, he is unable
to see the real things on the ground for himself...
or implement needed changes all by himself...
without the mandate to do so.

He should have retired...to enjoy his golden
years..... playing with his grand children, writing
another chapter about himself and Singapore (An
eye opener). He would serve Singapore better
this way.

It is sad to see an old horse soldiering beyond
his years.....making occasional errors,... not
achieving what he used to accomplish.

The young one does not have his uncanny talent
in using good and able people....the 'empire builders'
type.
He is also surrounded by yes men, all too well paid...but
almost all, without exception, not able performers.

Oh hack, I talked too much........lets have fun instead, ...
in poking holes in the law that jailed citizen who have not
committed crimes.
Post by yansimon52
Come to think of it, you can considered it as fate, for old man to
behave in the manner and those helpless opposition members were fated
to cross swords with old man.........and got what they are
today........
Personnally, in the first place I don't know old man and old man oso
don't me.....what I do know is, old man is the PAP's boss and he had
done alot into making what Sg is today But, he need not have to be so
mean to opposition members by bankrupting them ........can't he be more
graceful (toward fellow human regardless whether he is an opposition
member or not) afterall, he is old alreadi, anytime can 'up the
lorry'......
Can I say that, I look up him as a shrewd politician but, look down on
him as a fellow human, a person with no compassion toward fellow
human..............so ..where is his human value.............of doing
good deeds....
Post by Bald eagle
Post by yansimon52
Wait till old man 'kon kar keow' then this unjust law will be changed
lar.
In fact, by jailing CSJ & cos, it shows to the public what sort of old
man we are having......a very mean person.........old man a good and
compassionate person?........cannot be lar...............then what sort
of person is he?..............
Old man thot that he could live forever...........wishful
thinking..........LOL............LOL.............
Hey Simoni...
Has the old godfather wronged you?! why the bullets
always pointed at his direction. He is not the King any
more....Let him be.....after all he has done a lot for
Singapore.
I thought this law was not in place when he ruled
Singapore. This rule somehow got into the law book
without going through the Parliament. (I might be
wrong).
I notice a lot of laws affecting our life were enacted
without debate in parliament. Is this constitutional ?
yansimon52
2006-11-24 09:52:40 UTC
Permalink
Hey Botak eagle......

Today cold weather ..you know?................marikita-ing is shiok
shiok lar.............got or not?.............LOL.....LOL.............
Post by Bald eagle
Post by yansimon52
Hey Botak
In life there is no such thing as naming a person forever a good
person.......a good person today can turned evil the next day........It
is just that as human one just got to do the best to fellow human and
must try not to cause misery to others, if possible..
Very true....the old godfather is not the
man he used to be. ...it is a natural process.
After all, the able poeple who fought with him
have either retired or "upthe lorry"....A great
loss to Singapore and it is sad ...they were not
replaced by equally able men.
The old man is now surround by 'yes men'
and fools....For security reasons, he is unable
to see the real things on the ground for himself...
or implement needed changes all by himself...
without the mandate to do so.
He should have retired...to enjoy his golden
years..... playing with his grand children, writing
another chapter about himself and Singapore (An
eye opener). He would serve Singapore better
this way.
It is sad to see an old horse soldiering beyond
his years.....making occasional errors,... not
achieving what he used to accomplish.
The young one does not have his uncanny talent
in using good and able people....the 'empire builders'
type.
He is also surrounded by yes men, all too well paid...but
almost all, without exception, not able performers.
Oh hack, I talked too much........lets have fun instead, ...
in poking holes in the law that jailed citizen who have not
committed crimes.
Post by yansimon52
Come to think of it, you can considered it as fate, for old man to
behave in the manner and those helpless opposition members were fated
to cross swords with old man.........and got what they are
today........
Personnally, in the first place I don't know old man and old man oso
don't me.....what I do know is, old man is the PAP's boss and he had
done alot into making what Sg is today But, he need not have to be so
mean to opposition members by bankrupting them ........can't he be more
graceful (toward fellow human regardless whether he is an opposition
member or not) afterall, he is old alreadi, anytime can 'up the
lorry'......
Can I say that, I look up him as a shrewd politician but, look down on
him as a fellow human, a person with no compassion toward fellow
human..............so ..where is his human value.............of doing
good deeds....
Post by Bald eagle
Post by yansimon52
Wait till old man 'kon kar keow' then this unjust law will be changed
lar.
In fact, by jailing CSJ & cos, it shows to the public what sort of old
man we are having......a very mean person.........old man a good and
compassionate person?........cannot be lar...............then what sort
of person is he?..............
Old man thot that he could live forever...........wishful
thinking..........LOL............LOL.............
Hey Simoni...
Has the old godfather wronged you?! why the bullets
always pointed at his direction. He is not the King any
more....Let him be.....after all he has done a lot for
Singapore.
I thought this law was not in place when he ruled
Singapore. This rule somehow got into the law book
without going through the Parliament. (I might be
wrong).
I notice a lot of laws affecting our life were enacted
without debate in parliament. Is this constitutional ?
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 11:36:15 UTC
Permalink
Post by yansimon52
Hey Botak eagle......
Today cold weather ..you know?................marikita-ing is shiok
shiok lar.............got or not?.............LOL.....LOL.............
Its Friday night.....the fun is waiting....
Lobert
2006-11-25 10:24:57 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bald eagle
Post by yansimon52
Hey Botak eagle......
Today cold weather ..you know?................marikita-ing is shiok
shiok lar.............got or not?.............LOL.....LOL.............
Its Friday night.....the fun is waiting....
rubbish !
the fun is waiting ..............everynight
Bald eagle
2006-11-25 17:16:33 UTC
Permalink
"Lobert" <***@imh.com> wrote in message news:ek915v$uib$***@reader01.singnet.com.sg...

Garbage
Observer
2006-11-24 10:31:18 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bald eagle
I thought this law was not in place when he ruled
Singapore. This rule somehow got into the law book
without going through the Parliament. (I might be
wrong).
I notice a lot of laws affecting our life were enacted
without debate in parliament. Is this constitutional ?
Sorry.....most Singaporeans never even
know there is a constitution.....let alone
even read it!
LOL.
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 11:38:22 UTC
Permalink
Post by Observer
Post by Bald eagle
I thought this law was not in place when he ruled
Singapore. This rule somehow got into the law book
without going through the Parliament. (I might be
wrong).
I notice a lot of laws affecting our life were enacted
without debate in parliament. Is this constitutional ?
Sorry.....most Singaporeans never even
know there is a constitution.....let alone
even read it!
LOL.
Like 60% of Singaporean who voted for PAP...
They don't think for themselves...they let the
government do the thinking for them. So what
is the need to read the constitution.
It is only words to them....too much brain work.
Lobert
2006-11-25 10:26:19 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Observer
Post by Bald eagle
I thought this law was not in place when he ruled
Singapore. This rule somehow got into the law book
without going through the Parliament. (I might be
wrong).
I notice a lot of laws affecting our life were enacted
without debate in parliament. Is this constitutional ?
Sorry.....most Singaporeans never even
know there is a constitution.....let alone
even read it!
LOL.
Like 60% of Singaporean who voted for PAP...
They don't think for themselves...they let the
government do the thinking for them. So what
is the need to read the constitution.
It is only words to them....too much brain work.
rubbish !
66% voted because of the progress package !
Bald eagle
2006-11-25 17:16:56 UTC
Permalink
"Lobert" <***@imh.com> wrote in message news:ek918h$uib$***@reader01.singnet.com.sg...

Garbage
Lobert
2006-11-24 10:49:41 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bald eagle
Post by yansimon52
Wait till old man 'kon kar keow' then this unjust law will be changed
lar.
In fact, by jailing CSJ & cos, it shows to the public what sort of old
man we are having......a very mean person.........old man a good and
compassionate person?........cannot be lar...............then what sort
of person is he?..............
Old man thot that he could live forever...........wishful
thinking..........LOL............LOL.............
Hey Simoni...
Has the old godfather wronged you?! why the bullets
always pointed at his direction. He is not the King any
more....Let him be.....after all he has done a lot for
Singapore.
I thought this law was not in place when he ruled
Singapore. This rule somehow got into the law book
without going through the Parliament. (I might be
wrong).
I notice a lot of laws affecting our life were enacted
without debate in parliament. Is this constitutional ?
some more garbage !
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 11:38:56 UTC
Permalink
"Lobert" <***@imh.com> wrote in message news:ek6fv1$b31$***@mawar.singnet.com.sg...Garabge

Garbage
Lobert
2006-11-25 10:26:31 UTC
Permalink
Post by Lobert
Garbage
childish
Bald eagle
2006-11-25 17:17:13 UTC
Permalink
garbage
Lobert
2006-11-24 02:09:27 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Idiot ! If he is not Chee Soon Juan, will it happen ?
Don't talk rubbish here, go to the court and say
to the judge !
Garbage !
Ventura
2006-11-24 02:15:12 UTC
Permalink
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Even the world class famous one at Hong Lim Park needs a police registration
to speak freely under controlled conditioned.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Lobert
2006-11-24 03:16:59 UTC
Permalink
Speakers corner ...........no listeners corner.
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Even the world class famous one at Hong Lim Park needs a police registration
to speak freely under controlled conditioned.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Zanzibar
2006-11-24 04:00:24 UTC
Permalink
What if someone speaking in public asking people to interest their wares?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Even the world class famous one at Hong Lim Park needs a police registration
to speak freely under controlled conditioned.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Ventura
2006-11-24 07:28:39 UTC
Permalink
Those you often heard in the markets especially on Sunday morning where
vendors shouting their wares and prices could be charged also. One for
speaking without a license and two for noise pollution and three for public
nuisance. Those who speaks through a small mirophone and speakers should be
double charged.........;);)
Post by Zanzibar
What if someone speaking in public asking people to interest their wares?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Even the world class famous one at Hong Lim Park needs a police
registration
Post by Ventura
to speak freely under controlled conditioned.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Observer
2006-11-24 10:28:12 UTC
Permalink
Post by Zanzibar
What if someone speaking in public asking people to interest their wares?
Must quickly report police lar!
LOL.
Post by Zanzibar
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Even the world class famous one at Hong Lim Park needs a police
registration
Post by Ventura
to speak freely under controlled conditioned.
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 05:45:49 UTC
Permalink
It is the peoples' right to speak freely in
public and it is NOT a crime to speak in
public.

Citizen MUST be jailed if he has committed
no crime. (speaking in public is NOT a crime)
This is the moral principle in a civil society.

If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.

Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
lobert 罗伯
2006-11-24 06:40:59 UTC
Permalink
garbage. what sort of logic you have! Citizen MUST be jailed if he has
committed no crime...haha
Post by Bald eagle
It is the peoples' right to speak freely in
public and it is NOT a crime to speak in
public.
Citizen MUST be jailed if he has committed
no crime. (speaking in public is NOT a crime)
This is the moral principle in a civil society.
If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.
Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 08:22:06 UTC
Permalink
This was what actually happened to the our
citizens,...
According to the Judge, they must be jailed
according to the law....they have committed
not crime....but the law made it a crime to
speak in public.

In any civil society, to speak freely in public
is NO crime...

I laugh with you ...ha ha ha ...what an unjust law,
ha ha ha ha...what a unjust judge.

The law is flawed.

Have it changed !
Post by lobert 罗伯
garbage. what sort of logic you have! Citizen MUST be jailed if he has
committed no crime...haha
Post by Bald eagle
It is the peoples' right to speak freely in
public and it is NOT a crime to speak in
public.
Citizen MUST be jailed if he has committed
no crime. (speaking in public is NOT a crime)
This is the moral principle in a civil society?
If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.
Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Ali_Shits_On_Bloody_Japs
2006-11-24 16:51:06 UTC
Permalink
Well said well said.

"Bald eagle" <***@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:4566abb3$***@news.starhub.net.sg...
This was what actually happened to the our
citizens,...
According to the Judge, they must be jailed
according to the law....they have committed
not crime....but the law made it a crime to
speak in public.

In any civil society, to speak freely in public
is NO crime...

I laugh with you ...ha ha ha ...what an unjust law,
ha ha ha ha...what a unjust judge.

The law is flawed.

Have it changed !
Post by lobert 罗伯
garbage. what sort of logic you have! Citizen MUST be jailed if he has
committed no crime...haha
Post by Bald eagle
It is the peoples' right to speak freely in
public and it is NOT a crime to speak in
public.
Citizen MUST be jailed if he has committed
no crime. (speaking in public is NOT a crime)
This is the moral principle in a civil society?
If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.
Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
yansimon52
2006-11-25 02:43:11 UTC
Permalink
What do you expect from our 'Kangaroo' food Court................I
think Kopitiam food Court or S11 Food Court score better than our
Kangaroo food Court...........LOL.........LOL...
Post by Bald eagle
This was what actually happened to the our
citizens,...
According to the Judge, they must be jailed
according to the law....they have committed
not crime....but the law made it a crime to
speak in public.
In any civil society, to speak freely in public
is NO crime...
I laugh with you ...ha ha ha ...what an unjust law,
ha ha ha ha...what a unjust judge.
The law is flawed.
Have it changed !
Post by lobert 罗伯
garbage. what sort of logic you have! Citizen MUST be jailed if he has
committed no crime...haha
Post by Bald eagle
It is the peoples' right to speak freely in
public and it is NOT a crime to speak in
public.
Citizen MUST be jailed if he has committed
no crime. (speaking in public is NOT a crime)
This is the moral principle in a civil society?
If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.
Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Lobert
2006-11-25 10:51:07 UTC
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废人讲废话
Post by Bald eagle
This was what actually happened to the our
citizens,...
According to the Judge, they must be jailed
according to the law....they have committed
not crime....but the law made it a crime to
speak in public.
In any civil society, to speak freely in public
is NO crime...
I laugh with you ...ha ha ha ...what an unjust law,
ha ha ha ha...what a unjust judge.
The law is flawed.
Have it changed !
Post by lobert 罗伯
garbage. what sort of logic you have! Citizen MUST be jailed if he has
committed no crime...haha
Post by Bald eagle
It is the peoples' right to speak freely in
public and it is NOT a crime to speak in
public.
Citizen MUST be jailed if he has committed
no crime. (speaking in public is NOT a crime)
This is the moral principle in a civil society?
If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.
Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Bald eagle
2006-11-25 17:18:29 UTC
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"Lobert" <***@imh.com> wrote in message news:ek92n1$uib$***@reader01.singnet.com.sg...

garbage
lobert 罗伯
2006-11-27 02:33:29 UTC
Permalink
Since you said the law made it a crime, then why 'Citizen MUST be jailed
if he has committed no crime'? Whether the law is flawed or not is
another issue, your statement itself is already a flaw.
Post by Bald eagle
This was what actually happened to the our
citizens,...
According to the Judge, they must be jailed
according to the law....they have committed
not crime....but the law made it a crime to
speak in public.
In any civil society, to speak freely in public
is NO crime...
I laugh with you ...ha ha ha ...what an unjust law,
ha ha ha ha...what a unjust judge.
The law is flawed.
Have it changed !
Post by lobert 罗伯
garbage. what sort of logic you have! Citizen MUST be jailed if he has
committed no crime...haha
Post by Bald eagle
It is the peoples' right to speak freely in
public and it is NOT a crime to speak in
public.
Citizen MUST be jailed if he has committed
no crime. (speaking in public is NOT a crime)
This is the moral principle in a civil society?
If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.
Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Ventura
2006-11-24 07:36:41 UTC
Permalink
First you must define what is "demo-cracy" here.
Over here you can find thousands of rules, regulations and laws.
Over here also, "chua-ji" (money) is also very important.
If Dr. Chee breaks one of these and if he cannot composite the fines --
there he goes-- right into the Changi-Hotel..........;);)
Post by Bald eagle
It is the peoples' right to speak freely in
public and it is NOT a crime to speak in
public.
Citizen MUST be jailed if he has committed
no crime. (speaking in public is NOT a crime)
This is the moral principle in a civil society.
If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.
Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
lobert 罗伯
2006-11-24 08:06:45 UTC
Permalink
I think he was sent to queenstown motel, Changi hotel too high class for
him.
Post by Ventura
First you must define what is "demo-cracy" here.
Over here you can find thousands of rules, regulations and laws.
Over here also, "chua-ji" (money) is also very important.
If Dr. Chee breaks one of these and if he cannot composite the fines --
there he goes-- right into the Changi-Hotel..........;);)
Post by Bald eagle
It is the peoples' right to speak freely in
public and it is NOT a crime to speak in
public.
Citizen MUST be jailed if he has committed
no crime. (speaking in public is NOT a crime)
This is the moral principle in a civil society.
If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.
Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 12:04:12 UTC
Permalink
Post by lobert 罗伯
I think he was sent to queenstown motel, Changi hotel too high class for
him.
garbage
childish eagle
2006-11-25 10:31:59 UTC
Permalink
Post by lobert 罗伯
Post by lobert 罗伯
I think he was sent to queenstown motel, Changi hotel too high class for
him.
garbage
Bald eagle
2006-11-25 17:17:48 UTC
Permalink
garbage
Ventura
2006-11-24 14:26:27 UTC
Permalink
Why?
Other than this all other newsgroups in the usenet belongs to your
grandfather?
How much share do you have "milou" or Milo or Ovaltine or......what else?
Post by lobert 罗伯
I think
keep your top posting thinking in Singapore
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 08:33:02 UTC
Permalink
First, let me make it very clear .... I don't care
what happened to Chee, the loser.

I am only concerned about the law, the flawed
law, the unjust law, the laughable law....upon
which the Judge jailed innocent citizens for
committing no crime.

One of the pillar of Democracy is the rule of
the law.....the JUST law, not flawed laws that
put innocent people in jail, people who have
not committed a crime.

It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.

This is a FLAWED judgement, following a FLAWED
law. If this allowed unchallenged, Singapore become
a undemocratic society.....Certainly not a first world
society.
Post by Ventura
First you must define what is "demo-cracy" here.
Over here you can find thousands of rules, regulations and laws.
Over here also, "chua-ji" (money) is also very important.
If Dr. Chee breaks one of these and if he cannot composite the fines --
there he goes-- right into the Changi-Hotel..........;);)
Post by Bald eagle
It is the peoples' right to speak freely in
public and it is NOT a crime to speak in
public.
Citizen MUST be jailed if he has committed
no crime. (speaking in public is NOT a crime)
This is the moral principle in a civil society?
If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.
Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Ali_Shits_On_Bloody_Japs
2006-11-24 16:55:37 UTC
Permalink
Most common Singaporean are being scared.
I ask one student why they simply keep quiet
for all the thing they are not happy with?

He replied." If I question them, they may find
way to torture me when I go NS."

Singaporean youngster are just simply too
scare of too many thing, just wonder why?

"Bald eagle" <***@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:4566ae43$***@news.starhub.net.sg...
First, let me make it very clear .... I don't care
what happened to Chee, the loser.

I am only concerned about the law, the flawed
law, the unjust law, the laughable law....upon
which the Judge jailed innocent citizens for
committing no crime.

One of the pillar of Democracy is the rule of
the law.....the JUST law, not flawed laws that
put innocent people in jail, people who have
not committed a crime.

It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.

This is a FLAWED judgement, following a FLAWED
law. If this allowed unchallenged, Singapore become
a undemocratic society.....Certainly not a first world
society.
Post by Ventura
First you must define what is "demo-cracy" here.
Over here you can find thousands of rules, regulations and laws.
Over here also, "chua-ji" (money) is also very important.
If Dr. Chee breaks one of these and if he cannot composite the fines --
there he goes-- right into the Changi-Hotel..........;);)
Post by Bald eagle
It is the peoples' right to speak freely in
public and it is NOT a crime to speak in
public.
Citizen MUST be jailed if he has committed
no crime. (speaking in public is NOT a crime)
This is the moral principle in a civil society?
If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.
Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Ventura
2006-11-25 05:21:38 UTC
Permalink
Yeah, and most of them will accumulate their "scare-ness" and those
unfortunate ones who take up study to be doctor would eventually find
themselves "kkk" (kon-kar-kiow) in their sleep...........;);)
Post by Ali_Shits_On_Bloody_Japs
Most common Singaporean are being scared.
I ask one student why they simply keep quiet
for all the thing they are not happy with?
He replied." If I question them, they may find
way to torture me when I go NS."
Singaporean youngster are just simply too
scare of too many thing, just wonder why?
First, let me make it very clear .... I don't care
what happened to Chee, the loser.
I am only concerned about the law, the flawed
law, the unjust law, the laughable law....upon
which the Judge jailed innocent citizens for
committing no crime.
One of the pillar of Democracy is the rule of
the law.....the JUST law, not flawed laws that
put innocent people in jail, people who have
not committed a crime.
It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.
This is a FLAWED judgement, following a FLAWED
law. If this allowed unchallenged, Singapore become
a undemocratic society.....Certainly not a first world
society.
Post by Ventura
First you must define what is "demo-cracy" here.
Over here you can find thousands of rules, regulations and laws.
Over here also, "chua-ji" (money) is also very important.
If Dr. Chee breaks one of these and if he cannot composite the fines --
there he goes-- right into the Changi-Hotel..........;);)
Post by Bald eagle
It is the peoples' right to speak freely in
public and it is NOT a crime to speak in
public.
Citizen MUST be jailed if he has committed
no crime. (speaking in public is NOT a crime)
This is the moral principle in a civil society?
If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.
Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Lobert
2006-11-26 07:56:18 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bald eagle
First, let me make it very clear .... I don't care
what happened to Chee, the loser.
So what if you care or don't care?
Post by Bald eagle
I am only concerned about the law, the flawed
law, the unjust law, the laughable law....upon
which the Judge jailed innocent citizens for
committing no crime.
So what if you concerned or don't concerned?
Post by Bald eagle
One of the pillar of Democracy is the rule of
the law.....the JUST law, not flawed laws that
put innocent people in jail, people who have
not committed a crime.
hahaha! arse-theory !
Post by Bald eagle
It is wrong to jail citizens for speaking in public.
Idiot, wrong or not wrong is not where you speak
but what you speak.
Post by Bald eagle
This is a FLAWED judgement, following a FLAWED
law. If this allowed unchallenged, Singapore become
a undemocratic society.....Certainly not a first world
society.
hahaha! Garbage !
Go to where you come from with NEP and Bumis right !
Observer
2006-11-24 10:28:55 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bald eagle
If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.
Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
So that we can increase GST to
help the poor?
LOL.
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Lobert
2006-11-24 10:43:01 UTC
Permalink
Some more rubbish from arse-eagle.
Post by Bald eagle
It is the peoples' right to speak freely in
public and it is NOT a crime to speak in
public.
Speak freely - what is freely ?
Post by Bald eagle
Citizen MUST be jailed if he has committed
no crime. (speaking in public is NOT a crime)
This is the moral principle in a civil society.
What is crime ? Committed offence agaisnt law is
not crime ?
Post by Bald eagle
If the law is UNJUST, and flawed ... It is
time to change the law. Your MPs should
change any unjust law.
hehehe ! what are you throwing your garbage here?
Go ! Speak to the relevant authorities.
Post by Bald eagle
Why must an 'unjust law' be allowed to
be perpetuated in our democratic society?
"unjust law" and still OUR democratic society.
Post by Bald eagle
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Bald eagle
2006-11-24 11:39:55 UTC
Permalink
"Lobert" <***@imh.com> wrote in message news:ek6fih$b2r$***@mawar.singnet.com.sg...

Garbage.
Lobert
2006-11-25 10:26:41 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bald eagle
Garbage.
childish
Bald eagle
2006-11-25 17:17:32 UTC
Permalink
"Lobert" <***@imh.com> wrote in message news:ek9197$uib$***@reader01.singnet.com.sg...
garbage
Observer
2006-11-24 10:27:23 UTC
Permalink
Post by Ventura
Hi, Botak
In Singapore, it is an offence to speak in Public without a police permit.
Even the world class famous one at Hong Lim Park needs a police registration
to speak freely under controlled conditioned.
How do you speak "freely" in a "controlled
condition"?
LOL.
Post by Ventura
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
Observer
2006-11-24 10:24:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
Aiyah....next time want to speak....can
only speak at home.
On buses, trains, footpaths, shopping malls,....etc
NOBODY is allowed to speak!
LOL.
Post by Bald eagle
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Yes men just voted for GST!
All worn out already.
LOL.
Pelandok
2006-11-25 14:12:17 UTC
Permalink
Did he speak about Newater's problems? When he does, I'll buy a copy of
one of his books.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
Lobert
2006-11-26 08:03:16 UTC
Permalink
鸟人讲鸟话
bird-man speaking bird-language.
Post by Bald eagle
A Singapore court jailed 3 persons for periods
from 10 days to 5 weeks for speaking in public.
Is speaking in public a crime?
crime or not crime, it is an offence without
permission.
Post by Bald eagle
In a progressive and democratic society, one has
the rights , and it is NOT wrong, to speak his
mind freely, in public and in private. It is certainly
NOT a crime.
idiot! you think one law suit the whole world?
Post by Bald eagle
It is an injustice to punish someone who has NOT
committed a crime. The Singapore court has been
unjust.
speak up at the court, don;t talk rubbish here.
Post by Bald eagle
The law is unjust if it jail a citizen for speaking in
public which is NOT a crime. The unjust law
should be changed.
garbage !
it is what you said not where you say it.
Post by Bald eagle
Is there a place for such an unjust law, such an unjust
judge in a modern and progressive society like Singapore ?
rubbish!
you can go back to your country with NEP and Bumis
policy.
Post by Bald eagle
In the interests of justice in Singapore, would our
yes-man MPs abolish our unjust law, jailing Singapore
citizens for speaking in public !
why don't you tell your country to abolish the NEP?
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