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*photo-op of Louis Ng stroking a pussy. By: Pearly Munn, Parliament Correspondent Estate Manager MP Louis Ng (Nee Soon GRC) has urged civil servants to challenge their bosses and not be afraid to speak up. In other words, if your … Continue reading
By: B Goode At a time when Singapore is in dire need of a credible opposition force to counter the increasingly stale and pugnacious policies of the ruling PAP government (see Budget 2018), up stepped Lim Thean, arguably the most … Continue reading
By: B Goode Back in March last year, when the Singapore People’s Party (SPP) launched the Chiam See Tong’s Sports Foundation (CSTSF), many people could sense a fishy smell coming from whichever swimming pool Ang Peng Siong, the board’s chairman … Continue reading
*even Jesus is giving him the middle finger The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, the custodian of the two holy mosques has once again proved the notion that money cannot buy you wisdom. It has been reported that Prince Mohammed … Continue reading
When once we fought them. When once we feared them.; when once we despised them; when once those who believed in communism and Marxism were hounded, arrested and detained without trial; when even now Communist Party is still banned, The … Continue reading
Forget Pedra Branca. Forget 1MDB. Forget Rosmah’s hair. The biggest news to deflect the Malaysian voters from the real issues of the day is a sex scandal in a KFC restaurant. For a country obsessed with halalness to the point … Continue reading
Ed: Before we get bashed by the humourless liberals, we will like to extend our best wishes to the 28 people who are injured in the incident: Was it a coincidence or a terrible curse? Everytime Minister Khaw opened … Continue reading
By: B Goode After all that’s been said and done, and that will be said and done ad nauseum until the end of time (hopefully not), is the MRT system really THAT bad? I mean bad BAD like Mariah Carey’s … Continue reading
By: B Goode PM Lee recently said that he would not appreciate `yes men’. Yes sir! Ahai Sir! Will do just that sir! Sir, about your National Day Rally (NDR) speech. Was it written the night before whilst you were … Continue reading
By: B Goode So, the chubby PAP boy, Zaqy Mohamad has been parachuted in from Choa Chu Kang into Marsiling to replace Halimah Yacob who has resigned to contest the upcoming Presidential Election (PE). That was fast. Of course. He … Continue reading
By: B Goode If you think that this coming Presidential Election (PE) is all about Malay, Malayness, the Constitution and what not, well think again. Anyway, what’s the big fuss about whether someone is a Malay or not? Just … Continue reading
By: B Goode In a facebook post this afternoon, lawyer-cum-politician Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss alleged that another lawyer-cum-politician M Ravi assaulted her in full view of 3 of M Ravi’s burly henchmen.
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Sometimes in life, no matter how careful you were, it only needed one idiot to kill you. RIP.
By: B Goode Not in order of merit. In fact, there is no merit whatsoever. The Prime Minister of Singapore likes to cry. It is never a pretty sight. Parliament can assume the role of a Judiciary to question the … Continue reading
By: B Goode There is really nothing wrong to placate your boss. Everyone does it to a certain extent. In fact, I am doing just that by writing this article. My lady boss wants it. So I have to do … Continue reading
By: B Goode I am never a fan of Bilahari Kausikan. Nor am I a fan of his former BFF now turned academic nemesis, Kishore Mahbubani. If you trawled their past statements, you’d understand why. They were like a couple … Continue reading
By: B Goode All this mooing and cow-pey cow-booing about the price of infant formulas makes me wonder; what did people like Einstein, Gallileo, Newton et al drink when they were infants? I suspect it could be the white liquid … Continue reading
By: B Goode If I could get just one cent for every suspicious substance I found in the MRT stations, I’d be a millionaire twice over. Truth.
By: B Goode First of all, I have to tip-toe carefully on the side of caution. This article is not questioning the integrity of our Judges because I truly believe that they are honest and simply exercising the powers … Continue reading