Public Breastfeeding : Libertards And Their Me Me Me Attitude

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By: B Goode

To the woman who exposed her breast to feed her baby in the MRT for everyone to see, she might think that she was being edgy and that it was a natural thing to do. To many others, she was just being indecent and plain lazy.

You know what else is natural? Taking a dump. But you don’t see anyone doing that in the MRT do you? Continue reading

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TSB EXCLUSIVE : Nude Picture Of Han Hui Hui Leaked!

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By: B Goode

Han Hui Hui claimed that she was strip-searched in front of male prison officers. Her claim was totally debunked by MHA via video and other evidence.

Han Hui Hui epitomizes what is currently wrong with Singapore activists. They tell grandfather stories, lie, fake their own miseries and indulge in silly and childish behaviours thus trivialising the time-honoured tradition of activism and insulting the true activists of the world.

Who in their right mind would want to see Han Hui Hui naked? If her allegation was true, I am sure those officers who had the misfortune of seeing her naked body would have turned gay instantaneously. And any lesbian officers would have turned straight. Anybody else would have vowed a life of celibacy.

But if you insist on seeing her naked picture, it is after the jump. You have been warned! Continue reading

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Old School Preaching Just Doesn’t Work Anymore

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By: B Goode

The case of the Muslim preacher who gave an inflammatory sermon against the Christians and the Jews has, rightly so, caused much consternation and debate across the country. And by country I meant the internet. Even Home Minister Shanmugam has asked for the debate to end as the case is under Police investigations.

But since PM Lee has said that he doesn’t appreciate `yes men’, I am going to say no to him.

From what I’ve heard from my Muslim friends, the type of inflammatory sermon as displayed by the Muslim preacher was prevalent in the early days up to the early eighties when MUIS started to distribute prepared texts for Friday sermons.

During those days, attacking the so called `enemies’ of Islam came with the territory. In Khawspeak, it was `common but not uncommon also’. It was the remnant of the sermons conducted by the first Muslim preachers and Imams who set foot on this region; the Arabs. Their local successors followed suit and soon it became sort of the standard in Friday sermons.

In fact, even now, Friday sermons in the Middle-east and in most parts of Malaysia and Indonesia are still peppered and embellished with phrases such as `victory against the Christians and the Jews’. It came as I said, with the territory because it was part and parcel of the fear-tactics employed by the old preachers in order to get Muslims to comply with Islamic laws. Don’t do this or you will go to hell. Do this and you will go to hell. Hell is hot. Hell is….hellish!

“But Hell has Hellboy, bro!” – says the nerd.

“But all my friends will be in hell, bro!” – says me.

And those words would be shouted out loud. As my friend said, it was more to wake the congregation up from slumber. I mean, who doesn’t snooze during sermons be it in Church, Temples, Mosques or Parliament?

But ever since MUIS started to distribute prepared texts to all Mosques to be read during Friday sermons, those kind of fearmongering subsided. Now it is all about heaven and love. Don’t do this and you will go to heaven. Do this and you will go to heaven. Heaven is….heavenly!

“But I will have no friends in heaven, bro!” – says me.

It is the kind of message more palatable and acceptable to the increasingly progressive Muslim community in Singapore. It might put you to sleep but it is better than to cause you to hate your non-Muslim neighbours.

So that kind of old school sermons that has gotten the preacher in trouble has got no place in a modern progressive society. Something that many have missed in the heat of the discussion is that, the video was recorded and a complaint was lodged by a Muslim.

For what’s worth, that is a good sign that even the Muslim community in Singapore will not tolerate such inflammatory and divisive teachings.

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What Price Waterloo?

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By: B Goode

There are not many things in this world simpler than this life’s equation:

No Water = You Die

Water, or the lack of it is in fact everyone’s waterloo, not only ours. Continue reading

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MINDEF Data Theft : So Much For Smartnation

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By: B Goode

When the Smartnation initiative was first announced, the paranoid amongst us along with some techgurus raised red flags above the confetti strewn by Vivian Balakrishnan. We warned that if not properly designed especially in the security aspect, it could lead to all kinds of malicious repercussions. Continue reading

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So What Is A Bad Muslim?

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By: B Goode

There was this news that was trending a few days ago about a Malay-Muslim in Malaysia who was accused of being not-Muslim enough. Actually the incident happened in 2008 but nowadays if you wanted to be in the news, just report something controversial about Islam or Muslims and BAM! you’d be trending regardless if the news was 10-years old. (Ed Note: Thus the title of this article /giggles)

Koreans eat dogs? Meh! Nothing new.

Muslims touch dogs? OMG! News headlines for weeks on end. Continue reading

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Syonan Gallery : The Art And Fart Of Naming Convention

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By: B Goode

So our Propaganda Minister, Yaacob Ibrahim finally admitted defeat and decided to re-name Syonan Gallery into something loooooooong…

But the name change happened not before he gave a good fight in trying to explain stuff. Continue reading

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CFE Report : The Bold Alternatives

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By: B Goode

The report by the Committee on Future Economy (CFE) is already out. It was old news I know. But I had to spend a few days just to google all the big words and phrases used within. If the late Goh Keng Swee had vetted the report, he would have given it a big fat zero for the lack of brevity.

And maybe a 2/10 for substance. Continue reading

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Even A Tree Will Die Someday

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RIP

By: B Goode

This Valentine’s Day, I thought of going to the Botanic Gardens to snap a photo of myself under the giant Tembusu tree just like I did so many years ago. Just me and my hand.

But alas, the tree is gone, bringing with it the life of a woman. RIP. Continue reading

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A Malay President In September But Is Any Malay Keen?

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By: B Goode

So that’s it. There will be a Malay President this September.

Although it is still seven months away, by now there should already be one or two candidates who would have put their names in the hat. I am not going to flog a dead horse but Dr Adrian Tan had his name up in the sky way, way before the sky was even created. He was like that guy who queued for Samsung Note52. Continue reading

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And So It Begins : Malaysia’s Search For The Bogeyman

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By: B Goode

Like day follows night; like spring follows winter; like a retiree follows the Batam ferry; like PM Lee’s selfies; like me going to church on Sundays (so true); some things in life are as predictable as Kim Kardashian’s hoe game. Continue reading

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Cocks, Pussies And A Reason To Cull Our Policymakers

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By: B Goode

Sad news for us chicken lovers.

After some serious deliberations (about 2 minutes whilst secretly playing Candycrush on their smartphones), our clueless bureaucrats have decided to cull the foreign-import chickens that lined the backlanes of Geylang.

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Oh wait! Wrong channel. Sorry. Continue reading

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Lock, Stock And The Muslim Ban

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By: B Goode

Love him or loathe him, the man with a dead Golden Retriever on his head (it was a Pomeranian actually) is now the most powerful man on earth.

Inevitably, the man with the small hands has between his fingers the most powerful pen in the world. Continue reading

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Chinese New Year Is Never The Same

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WARNING: This article contains a sickening dose of nostalgia

By: B Goode

When a minister got overly excited over the prospect of the return of our seized terrex tanks and urged Singaporeans to celebrate Chinese New Year with them, you knew that Chinese New Year had lost some of its charms. Continue reading

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Sleeping With The Enemy – Communist China Vs The Free World

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By – B Goode

Someone needs to tell Trump that China is a communist state, lest he forgets like Obama does.

While he’s at it, tell him to remind the other leaders of the free world that China is still ruled by the communist doctrine which among other things include world domination.

Remind them also of the many wars fought in the name of freedom. And the thousands upon thousands perhaps millions of lives and limbs lost because they were told of the threat to freewill, freedom, democracy and humanity that communism posed. Continue reading

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We Singaporeans Helped To Build The Nation Too, You Know?

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By: B Goode

Just the other day I was sitting alone under the banyan tree nursing my broken heart and empty wallet reminiscing about the days gone by, checking my phone balance and thinking :

“How the hell did I end up broke and sitting alone under a banyan tree?” Continue reading

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Things I Wish Had Died In 2016

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By: B Goode

With 2016 taking so many well-known celebrities with it, it had me scrambling for news about Anita Sarawak. She’s fine. No worries.

So in-between going to the toilet because I had too much Anchor Beer for the New Year (my friends are cheap), I managed to put together the things I wish had died in 2016: Continue reading

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Amos Yee : All The Best To The Petulant Manchild

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By: B Goode

Without being cynical, I sincerely wish Amos Yee every success in his endeavour to lead a new life in the US as a refugee. If I could write a referral letter for him I would but I have no idea who is in-charge of the US now.

Love him or loathe him, he has decided to find a safe space for himself in the land of the free and I for one would like to wish him well. He needs every luck bit of luck and a lot of hard work. Continue reading

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It Feels Right To Be A Human In Singapore

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By: B Goode

As the opportunistic leprechauns gather at Hong Lim Park to exercise their freedom of speech to protest the lack of freedom of speech in Singapore, I am preparing to go to JB to get myself a new irony board. My old one has been burnt by the heat of sarcasm.

Today is World’s Human Rights Day. If you are confused as to what this human rights thing is all about, don’t worry, let me confuse you even more. Continue reading

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AWARE : Time For REAL Women To Be Represented By A REAL Women Organisation

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By: B Goode (who is an attack helicopter trapped in a man’s body)

If you were to go to the Institute Of Mental Health (IMH) and if you were to tell the psychiatrist that you identify yourself neither as a man or woman, chances were, you’d be certified insane and be given a dose of medicine that would make you so dumb and so numb that you’d spend your time lying in your bed thinking about the meaning of life.

And if you saw someone like this walking along Orchard Road….

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…..chances are, he, she or it is a member of AWARE (Association of Women For Action And Research) Continue reading

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