Thursday, May 5, 2011

Video. Just Before Elections 2011. "A people cheated".

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A people cheated

Gopalan Nair
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Anonymous said...

In your first video I was the 1st commentor you posted. My post is still there, right at the top. Here I have to say, you screwed up BIG time! Seriously! You totally lost the plot.

Gopalan Nair said...

To Anonymous May 05, 0139,
It does not serve the casue of freedom nor Singapore to pretend that these elections are something other than what. Both the opposition candidates and the PAP ones are far inferior than anyone would have expected in a country susch as such as Singapore. The opposition suffers from the pervasive fear throughout the island. The PAP suffers from the fact that the party is so discredited so much so that only those unsruplous characters and opportunists volunteer their services. This leaves out the greatest number of highly capable Singaporeans who would have served Singapore but prefer to stay away either through fear or self respect. Result, these characters who sprout up every 5 years.

Hiding your head in the sand does not help. Again if you want to resist then do it. Otherwise don't waste any time.

Anonymous said...

“Repression, Sir is a habit that grows. I am told it is like making love-it is always easier the second time! The first time there may be pangs of conscience, a sense of guilt. But once embarked on this course with constant repetition you get more and more brazen in the attack. All you have to do is to dissolve organizations and societies and banish and detain the key political workers in these societies. Then miraculously everything is tranquil on the surface. Then an intimidated press and the government-controlled radio together can regularly sing your praises, and slowly and steadily the people are made to forget the evil things that have already been done, or if these things are referred to again they’re conveniently distorted and distorted with impunity, because there will be no opposition to contradict.”

By Lee Kuan Yew, 1956.

Lee-- you have succeeded 100%, congratulations

Anonymous said...

Mr Nair, I am very disappointed with your latest 2 videos. I am surprised of your attack against the opposition candidates and how it seems that if you were in Singapore you would vote for PAP! You have brought up several points. (1) LHL has qualification as PM whereas the opposition team does not. My response is so what? What use would Singaporeans have for a corrupt prime minister that serves himself and not the will of the people. If the politician does not serve the people, it does not matter how qualified he/she may be. (2) Issue of opposition candidates being the devil you don't know and PAP being the devil you know. We don't know the opposition will be any better, but we do know that PAP will spell doom for Singaporeans. If you were forced to shoot yourself with a gun but have a choice between a gun that you know is loaded, and a gun which you have no idea whether or not it is loaded, would not not choose the latter? (3) Many opposition candidates are ex-PAP affiliates. Does it matter if the opposition are ex-PAP affiliates? Would it be better to have a 100% PAP representation or 50% PAP and 50% opposition coalition? Sure perhaps some of them are moles and may serve as "proxy" parties to the PAP, but at least there is a chance they can be removed by their own party. E.g. if Tan Jee Say turns out to be a mole, I'm sure Chee Soon Juan will find a way to get rid of him.

Anonymous said...

“The current party works for me,” said Tan Sze Theng, 31, a tutor who lives in the affluent Bukit Timah neighborhood in Singapore. “I have my job, the country is stable, there are worse-off places to be in. There is complacency in the government, but it’s not big enough a reason for me to vote for the opposition.”

'Aussie Quitters Not Allowed To Talk Singapore Politics' said...

Dear Gopalan,

I understand what you are trying to say, mainly because I have been living in Australia for close to a decade now, and has been following the "shocking" Aussie politics.

Personally, I find that Singapore politics is stillborn and still in its infancy. Just read the forums and you will realise that people do not know where to begin, they have no idea what they want.

Singaporeans do not know how politics work, they live in Singapore, Inc, a corporate organisation, not a REAL country.

The people believe PAP rhetoric that democracy can hold back necessary economic progress (read less money for them). Freedom just bring chaos and uncertainties.

They are resisting changes. Freedom and democracy are too complex for Singaporeans to understand.

Singaporeans need to know that democracy is not about progress, it is about peacefully mediating power struggles (which exist in any political system) in an open, regulated manner that provides long-term stability.

Hidden power struggles are dangerous and highly destabilizing.

(That is what I learnt about Aussie politics.)

BUT Singaporeans are just crying out for a perfect government who will spoil them and give them all the material comfort they need.
They are not interested in freedom and democracy.

Because of that, nothing will change this election.

Singaporeans are proud arrogant people, but they really have no valid reasons why they should be proud about.

I am afraid that even if the Opposition win some seats, they are just protest votes to teach PAP a lessons.

Anonymous said...

PAP will once again win all seats in Parliament. I will cut off my cock if WP wins Aljunied GRC.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 6:28,

Have you cut your implement off yet?

Please go and seek medical help before infection sets in.

A Concerned Blogger.