Saturday, June 13, 2009

To Singaporeans, a lesson to learn from Tehran

Ladies and Gentlemen,

All over Tehran, the people have taken to the streets. They are crying foul at the election results giving victory to hardliner Mahmoud Ahmadenijad. They claim the elections were rigged. They are prepared to protest all over the country demanding justice, even if it means arrest, imprisonment and torture. They are Iranians and they love Iran.

You Singapore islanders. Learn from the brave citizens of Tehran. Stand up to your rights. Take to the streets of Singapore and demand justice from the dictator Lee Kuan Yew. Do it if you love Singapore like the brave young Iranians who love Iran.

Gopalan Nair
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1 comment:

jamestan said...

At least compared to Singapore, there is still hope in Iran.

Your unfair imprisonment in Singapore will be in vain if Singaporeans still do not wake up to their real destiny awaiting them for giving away their rights.

I had a sickening encounter with the LKY dogs in blue when I was Singapore for a visit.

No law enforcement officer had spoken to me like an animal in my adopted country. Even in a booze-check, I was treated politely, and even joked with them. But in Singapore, they threaten with wide-open eyes and gave silly reasons taken from official lines fed by the dictator. I was treated like a uneducated guilty kid.

Depressing place. Do you really want to return?