Wednesday, May 22, 2013

ONLY in Singapore = Ponding-Ready-Jeep :) plus ilLEEgal Public Transport

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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

uncleyap's video message for Malaysian Election 2013

Friday, January 25, 2013

On issue of Opposition's Cooperation BE2013-GE2016

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Saturday, January 19, 2013

Lee Hsien Loong Ho Ching Sexual Corruption Scandal

There had been so many Sex Scandals exposed in Singapore these days from LEEgime and even opposition. However the most Obvious Case is not receiving the necessary attention yet, that is why I am highlighting it during this by-election, which is one casued by ex-parliament-speaker Micheal Palmer.


It is Sexual Corruption as long as sexual acts & relations had corrupted decisions and exercising of powers by officers holding these powers to compromise or undermine any Public Interest. However, when there is a piece of of paper known as (ROM) Certificate of Marriage covering the exactly same corrupted acts and crimes there is NOTHING the CPIB can do, is this not so?

If so then can marriage become the cover to dodge punishments from law by Sexual Corrupts?

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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Hougang By Election Application M Ravi & Dr. Calvin Fones matters - UY public statements (video)

UncleYap video report MRT Line $$FINED$$$ 2 millions

uncleyap videos DownTown Line Accident Live Report

Friday, May 25, 2012

HEAT on COOLING OFF DAY Police Tried to Prevent UncleYap Recording New Video @ Election Dept

Recorded on 25.May.2012 outside of Elections Department, the day just before polling day 26.May.2012 for Hougang SMC By-Election.

A video was still being recorded as policemen tried to prevent me from doing it.

Live and Raw plus edited versions will be posted on Youtube.Com and here.

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A recording from 19.May.2012 released today.

Monday, April 30, 2012

famiLEE LEEgime caught Laundering WHITE Money for Apple Inc

Rep of Singapore is hi-jacked by famiLEE LEEgime to be abused as a Money Laundering Hub, to conduct covered up Tax Evasion for MNCs such as Apple Inc. This had been caught again and again and exposed and re-exposed.

This is WHITE Money Laundering Dept, which is parallel with their BLACK money and BLOOD Money Laundering Depts, servicing drug syndicates and organized crimes and corrupts such as Chen Shui Bian & Thug-Sin.

The criminal mastermind behind these operation is Old Dog Thief Lee Kuan Yew.

This is part of the SECRET behind the famiLEE LEEgime's fabricated and Rigged high GDP & false Economic Figures, which are created using these empty shell companies that has nothing in Singaporean economy but numbers in the books and pay nearly No Tax.

How Apple saves taxes

How Apple saves taxes
By putting an office to collect and invest the company's profits out of Reno, just 200 miles away, Apple sidesteps state income taxes on some of those gains.

RENO: Apple, the world's most profitable technology company, doesn't design iPhones here. It doesn't run AppleCare customer service from this city. And it doesn't manufacture MacBooks or iPads anywhere nearby.

Yet, with a handful of employees in a small office here in Reno in a company subsidiary named Braeburn Capital, Apple has done something central to its corporate strategy: It has avoided millions of dollars in taxes in California and 20 other states.

Apple's headquarters are in Cupertino, California. By putting an office to collect and invest the company's profits out of Reno, just 200 miles away, Apple sidesteps state income taxes on some of those gains.

California's corporate tax rate is 8.84 per cent. Nevada's? Zero.

Setting up an office in Reno is just one of many legal methods Apple uses to reduce its worldwide tax bill by billions of dollars each year.

As it has in Nevada, Apple has created subsidiaries in low-tax countries like Ireland, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and the British Virgin Islands - some little more than a letterbox in Luxembourg or an anonymous office here - that help cut the taxes it pays around the world.

Almost every major corporation tries to minimize its taxes, of course. For Apple, the savings are especially alluring because the company's profits are so high. Wall Street analysts predict Apple could earn up to $45.6 billion in its current fiscal year - which would be a record for any US business.

Braeburn is a variety of apple that is simultaneously sweet and tart. When someone in the United States buys an iPhone, iPad or other Apple product, a portion of the profits from that sale is often deposited into accounts controlled by Braeburn, and then invested in stocks, bonds or other financial instruments, say company executives. Some profits from those investments are shielded from California tax authorities by virtue of Braeburn's Nevada address.

Since founding Braeburn in 2006, Apple has earned more than $2.5 billion in interest and dividend income on its cash reserves and investments around the globe. What's more, Braeburn allows Apple to lower its taxes in other states because many of those jurisdictions use formulas that reduce what is owed when a company's financial management occurs elsewhere.

While Apple's Reno office helps the company avoid state taxes, its international subsidiaries - particularly the company's assignment of sales and patent royalties to other nations - help reduce taxes owed to the US and other governments.

The Luxembourg subsidiary, named iTunes, has just a few dozen employees, according to corporate documents filed in that nation and a current executive. But when customers across Europe, Africa or the Middle East - and potentially elsewhere - download a song, television show or app, the sale is recorded in this small country, according to current and former executives.

The country has promised to tax the payments collected by Apple and numerous other tech corporations at low rates if they route transactions through Luxembourg. Taxes that would have otherwise gone to the governments of Britain, France, the United States and dozens of other nations go to Luxembourg instead, at discounted rates.

In 2011, iTunes's revenue exceeded $1 billion, according to an Apple executive, representing roughly 20 per cent of iTunes' worldwide sales.

Apple serves as a window on how technology giants have taken advantage of tax codes written for an industrial age and ill-suited to today's digital economy. Some profits at companies like Apple, Google, Amazon, Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft derive not from physical goods but royalties on intellectual property, like the patents on software that makes devices work.

Other times, the products themselves are digital, like downloaded songs. It is much easier for businesses with royalties and digital products to move profits to low-tax countries than it is, say, for grocery stores or automakers. A downloaded application, unlike a car, can be sold from anywhere.

The growing digital economy presents a conundrum for lawmakers overseeing corporate taxation: Though technology is now one of the nation's largest and most valued industries, many tech companies are among the least taxed, according to government and corporate data.

Even among tech companies, Apple's rates are low. And while the company has remade industries, ignited economic growth and delighted customers, it has also devised corporate strategies that take advantage of gaps in the tax code, according to former executives who helped create them.

Apple, say former executives, has been particularly talented at identifying legal tax loopholes and hiring accountants who are known

for their innovation. In the 1980s, for instance, Apple was among the first major corporations to designate overseas distributors as "commissionaires," rather than retailers, said Michael Rashkin, Apple's first director of tax policy, who helped set up the system before leaving in 1999. Because commissionaires never technically take possession of inventory - which would require them to recognize taxes - the structure allowed a salesman in high-tax Germany, for example, to sell computers on behalf of a subsidiary in low-tax Singapore.

In addition, Apple was a pioneer of an accounting technique known as the "Double Irish with a Dutch Sandwich," which reduced taxes by routing profits through two Irish subsidiaries - today named Apple Operations International and Apple Sales International - and the Netherlands and then to the Caribbean. In 2004, Ireland, a nation of less than 5 million, was home to more than one-third of Apple's worldwide revenues, according to company filings.

Without such tactics, Apple's federal tax bill in the United States most likely would have been $2.4 billion higher last year, according to a recent study by a former Treasury Department economist, Martin A. Sullivan. As it stands, the company paid cash taxes of $3.3 billion around the world on its reported profits of $34.2 billion last year, a tax rate of 9.8 per cent. (Apple does not disclose what portion of those payments were in the United States, or what portion are assigned to previous or future years.)

By comparison, Wal-Mart last year paid worldwide cash taxes of $5.9 billion on its booked profits of $24.4 billion, a tax rate of 24 percent, which is about average for non-tech companies.

Apple's domestic tax bill has piqued particular curiosity among corporate tax experts because though the company is based in the United States, its profits - on paper, at least - are largely foreign.

While Apple contracts out much of the manufacturing and assembly of its products to other companies overseas, the majority of Apple's executives, product designers, marketers, employees, research and development and retail stores are in the United States. Tax experts say it is therefore reasonable to expect that most of Apple's profits would be American as well. The nation's tax code is based on the concept that a company "earns" income where value is created, rather than where products are sold.

However, Apple's accountants have found legal ways to allocate about 70 per cent of its profits overseas, where tax rates are often much lower, according to corporate filings.

Neither the government nor corporations make tax returns public, and a company's taxable income often differs from the profits disclosed in annual reports. Companies report their cash outlays for income taxes in their annual Form 10-K, but it is impossible from those numbers to determine precisely how much, in total, corporations pay to governments. In Apple's last annual disclosure, the company listed its worldwide taxes - which includes cash taxes paid as well as deferred taxes and other charges - at $8.3 billion, an effective tax rate of almost a quarter of profits.

However, tax analysts and scholars said that figure most likely overstated how much the company would hand to governments because it included sums that might never be paid. "The information on 10-Ks is fiction for most companies," said Kimberly Clausing, an economist at Reed College who specializes in multinational taxation. "But for tech companies it goes from fiction to farcical."

Apple, in a statement, said it "has conducted all of its business with the highest of ethical standards, complying with applicable laws and accounting rules. We are incredibly proud of all of Apple's contributions."

The statement also said that Apple "pays an enormous amount of taxes which help our local, state and federal governments. In the first half of fiscal year 2012, our US operations have generated almost $5 billion in federal and state income taxes, including income taxes withheld on employee stock gains, making us among the top payers of US income tax."

The statement did not specify how it arrived at $5 billion, nor did it address the issue of deferred taxes, which the company may pay in future years or decide to defer indefinitely. But the $5 billion figure appears to include taxes ultimately owed by Apple employees.

The sums paid by Apple and other tech corporations is a point of contention in the company's backyard.

A mile and a half from Apple's Cupertino headquarters is De Anza College, a community college that Steve Wozniak, one of Apple's founders, attended from 1969 to 1974. Because of California's state budget crisis, De Anza has cut more than a thousand courses and 8 percent of its faculty since 2008.

Now, De Anza faces a budget gap so large that it is confronting a "death spiral," the school's president, Brian Murphy, wrote to the faculty in January. Apple, of course, is not responsible for the state's financial shortfall, which has numerous causes. But the company's tax policies are seen by officials like Murphy as symptomatic of why the crisis exists.

"I just don't understand it," he said in an interview. ''I'll bet every person at Apple has a connection to De Anza. Their kids swim in our pool. Their cousins take classes here. They drive past it every day, for Pete's sake.

"But then they do everything they can to pay as few taxes as possible."

©2011 The New York Times News Service

蘋果避稅187億 「帶壞矽谷」 零稅州份設子公司 空殼公司轉移收入

【明 報專訊】盈利屢創新高的科技巨擘蘋果被轟帶頭避稅,「帶壞」矽谷巨企。《紐約時報》引述披露蘋果曾「開發」多項避稅招數,包括將子公司設在內華達等不設企 業徵稅的州份,或是在低稅國家設立空殼公司以將收入轉移海外等,其他科技公司紛紛效法。美國財政部前經濟師發表的報告指出,蘋果去年避稅最少24億美元 (187.2億港元),相當於其在全球報繳稅款的七成。
《紐約時報》引述多名蘋果前會計人員指出,蘋果特別擅長運用財技,藉各地稅務條款的差異合法避稅,爭取最大利潤,亦會特別僱用會計專家「開發」避稅 手法。這些手法為數以百計科技企業,包括微軟、思科(Cisco)等應用,有其他企業的會計人員直指公司的避稅手法,是由蘋果直接「複製」。
蘋果總部設於加州,但2006年它在鄰近的內華達州設立子公司Braeburn Capital,負責管理出售iPhone等產品的收入及投資股票、債券等金融產品,至今賺取逾25億美元,由於內華達州不設企業所得稅及資產增值稅,因此蘋果毋須就有關收入交稅。
蘋果還在多個低稅國家設立子公司,處理銷售及專利權等業務,例如在盧森堡開設子公司iTunes S.a.r.l.,負責iTunes下載業務,以享受當地為科技企業提供的稅務優惠。
專家稱,蘋果是所謂「雙愛爾蘭加荷蘭三文治」(Double Irish with a Dutch Sandwich)財技的先驅,透過將業務納入兩間愛爾蘭子公司名下,把美國本土收入化為稅率較低的海外收入,然後再將愛爾蘭子公司部分資金免稅轉移至荷 蘭,最後轉匯到英屬處女島等避稅天堂,藉以避開美國的高額徵稅。

雖然蘋果的營銷研發重心都在美國,但蘋果去年約342億美元稅前盈利中,近70%都是海外盈利。美國財政部前經濟師沙利文(Martin Sullivan)近日發表報告稱,去年蘋果在全球繳納的現金稅僅約33億美元,只佔盈利約9.8%,他認為蘋果最少50%盈利實際上來自美國,以美國企 業稅率為35%計算,蘋果應多付24億美元稅。

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Sunday, April 01, 2012

Corpse Chop-Chop again because SPF simply FAILED their job

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A tragic and unacceptable failure by famiLEE LEEgime police causing a women's death and possible death penalty of her boy friend now under arrest.

The SPF attended emergency police call before the deadly violent when it was quarrel between the couple. Then the case turned to murder after police left. Obviously the SPF had not finished their jobs, failed to prevent this deadly violent. The quarrel did not get over after police attendance and had obviously later escalated into deadly bloodshed instead of peace.

Indeed it was not only deadly but a very rare level of brutality and horror in this case that corpse of the victim woman was chopped up in the HDB home and thrown downstairs to the public common area.

Obviously LEEgime mata underestimated the situation and had made wrong assessment of the consequence and had surely done less than enough for protection of live and keeping peace in this case, as their primary duty.

There was obviously an excellent chance of preventing this in the hands of SPF mata, but they had ruined it. As a result live is lost.

So don't brag 1st World no more LEEgime!

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Saturday, March 24, 2012

GRC scam is core of famiLEE LEEgime electoral fraud - 叶叔问政 video URL

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Summery  exposure of famiLEE LEEgime's electoral fraud system known as GRC. A video from uncleyap against systematic Electoral Frauds by famiLEE LEEgime beside their notorious Vote Buying via corrupted Billion Dollar cash distribution a week before poll.

Online Stature URL of [Writ Of Election] Clause of Cap 218 Parliamentary Election Act

Writ of election
—(1)  For the purposes of every general election of Members of Parliament, and for the purposes of the election of Members to supply vacancies caused by death, resignation or otherwise, the President shall issue writs under the public seal, addressed to the Returning Officer.

(2)  Every such writ shall be in Form 1 in the First Schedule and shall specify the date or dates (referred to in this Act as the day of nomination) not being less than 5 days nor more than one month after the date of the writ and the place or places of nomination (referred to in this Act as the place of nomination).

(2A)  In respect of any group representation constituency, no writ shall be issued under subsection (1) for an election to fill any vacancy unless all the Members for that constituency have vacated their seats in Parliament.

(3)  Upon receipt of the writ, the Returning Officer shall proceed to hold the election in the manner hereinafter provided.

famiLEE LEEgime's corrupted law specified clearly that even within a 6 seat GRC, no by-election will be held to fill any parliamentary seat vacancy even when 5 of the 6 MP are dead in that GRC! This fraud clearly deprive few hundred thousand electorates of rightful parliamentary representation in terms of voting in parliamentary decisions, to suffer a lost of 5 votes when they are supposed to have 6! Thread URL

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Poll TRANPARENCY hauled the Real Victory for Putin


Moscow protest against Putin win sees drop in support


Protests have been held in Russia over Vladimir Putin's presidential election victory, but turnout in Moscow was sharply down on earlier rallies.
Between 10,000 and 20,000 people lined an avenue near the Kremlin, compared to crowds of 100,000 in December.
Demonstrators heard calls not to recognise Mr Putin's re-election because of alleged widespread fraud.
Foreign states have accepted Mr Putin's election, but observers said the poll had been skewed in his favour.
Daniel Sandford reports from Moscow.

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The bigger and more important win secured by Putin is not a poll victory but the rather the recognition in poll honesty and integrity. Which is a more significantly meaningful victory for Putin. Now his opponents and the western power can not stir much shit with him nor destabilize Russia with accusations of poll fraud.

famiLEE LEEgime will never learn.


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Monday, March 05, 2012

Russians showed transparent monitoring of Electoral Poll

This is an excellent example for Singaporeans to see how elections must be transparent instead of SECRET as famiLEE LEEgime's unreasonable law made it.

It is necessary to monitor and be Transparent instead of Secretive  to ensure that it is free and fair and any potential violation can be caught and recorded. Recordings from nomination to polling to counting must be made and preserved for future verifications. Electorates are supposed to know exactly how his or her vote had been accounted. Sufficient clarity and time must be available. 

It is really 3rd world and far outdated here in famiLEE LEEgime that frauds and potential frauds are all hidden behind the screen of so called Vote Secrecy. The secrecy protected only frauds and violations particularly for famiLEE LEEgime's own.

I insist that web cameras & recording viewed by web is a good measure for all Singaporean polls & counts and nomination.


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Vote and track down violations

Russian citizens went to the polls on March 4 to elect the country's new president. Vladimir Putin took about 63 percent of the vote during at Sunday’s presidential election; Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov came in second, with more than 17 percent, according to the preliminary data from the Central Election Commission. The rest of the candidates - Mikhail Prokhorov, Vladimir Zhirinovsky and Sergei Mironov - won no more than 10 percent. Putin avoided a run-off by winning more than 50 percent of the vote.

Russians electing the new president. Source: RIA Novosti
The 2011 parliamentary elections were reported to have seen a lot of falsifications and violations  which resulted in the public unrest that turned into a series of rallies held in central Moscow in support for honest elections. The alleged political fraud during the parliamentary elections encouraged civil activism among some Russians who decided to volunteer as observers during the 2012 presidential elections. 

Kira Tverskaya served as an observer from Golos, a grassroots organization aiming to combat vote fraud during the elections.  “We had to visit at least eight polling stations,” Tverskaya said. “What we had to do was to keep track of possible violations ranging from barring observers from doing their job at the polling stations to carousel practices. Actually we had to gather the information about the number of voters at a polling station, including those who voted from home and voters without permanents residence registration.  Nearly every polling station we visited recorded between 2,000 and 3,000 votes.”

When asked about violations at the polling stations, Tverskaya said: “I didn’t witness that any observers had been prevented from moving along the station, videotaping and taking pictures. But nevertheless some officials asked us to fill out a permission form to do recording at the poll. In addition, we saw some suspicious voters, young people who, as a matter of fact, didn’t have the right to vote at the polling station because they don’t have the permanent residence registration and they looked pretty nervous while voting which seemed to me a bit suspicious.”

Lesya Ryabtseva from the Russian State University for Humanities (RGGU) was an observer at polling station 1210. She was confused by the fact that some officers at her polling station gave two ballots to some voters who wanted to vote for their relatives. “Although the elections seemed to be honest I was a bit surprised when a woman came to the poll and said that she wanted to vote for her husband,” Ryabtseva said.  “And the officer of the polling election commission gave her two ballots. It looked pretty weird to me.”

Likewise, she was a bit surprised when 18 employees of a company located not far from the polling station voted together although they didn’t have the right to vote there. As the officers of the election commission explained, the leadership of the company asked the permission for them to vote at this polling station because they couldn’t interrupt the working process in the firm, Ryabtseva said.   

While observers were tracking down the probable violations, young Russian voters were casting their ballots. 

“I voted for Vladimir Putin because he proved to be a strong leader who fulfilled his pledges,” said Maksim Rudnev, 23, a student at Russia’s Academy of Law and Governance. “His words and deeds are never at variance. It was he who brought stability in the country and recovered Russia’s low profile”

“I elected Gennady Zyuganov from the Communist Party, because I find him the most eligible person from the Russian opposition who proposes the most adequate program and ideas,” said Ilya Overchenko, 21, a history major at Moscow State Regional University.

Artem Avtandilov, studying engineering in Kazan State Technical University voted for Mikhail Prokhorov. “Although he is not well-experienced enough in big politics I think that he is the only candidate who may bring positive changes into our inefficient [political] system.”

But some students didn't vote at all. For example, 24-year-old Airat Bagadtiunov, a student at the Higher School of Economics, refused to vote. “I couldn’t find any worthy candidates for Russia’s presidency,” he said. “Of course, there were some compromise options among them but, nevertheless, I didn’t vote.”

Likewise, Tatyana, a 21-year-old journalism student from Moscow State University decided not to vote because she found the election results too predictable. Tatyana doesn’t think that she will be able to change the situation. “Everything we witnessed during Election Day was nothing but well-orchestrated theatrical show,” she said. “Every candidate plays his own role on the stage.” 

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Exit polls: Putin wins Russia's presidential vote

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MOSCOW (AP) — Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Sunday claimed victory in Russia's presidential election before tens of thousands of cheering supporters, even as the opposition and independent observers insisted the vote had been marred by widespread violations.
At a massive rally just outside the Kremlin, Putin thanked his supporters for helping foil plots aimed at destroying Russia, sounding a nationalistic theme that has resonated with his core supporters.
"I have promised that we would win and we have won!" he shouted to the flag-waving crowd, which responded with shouts of support. "We have won in an open and honest struggle."
Putin tallied 58-59 percent of Sunday's vote, according to exit polls cited by state television. Communist Party candidate Gennady Zyuganov received about 18 percent, according to the survey, and the others — nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky, socialist Sergei Mironov and billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov — were in single digits.
Official vote results from the far eastern regions where the count was already completed seemed to confirm the poll data. With about 30 percent of all precincts counted, Putin was leading the field with 64 percent of the vote, the Central Election Commission said.
If thousands of claims of violations made by independent observers and Putin's foes are confirmed, they would undermine the legitimacy of his victory and fuel protests. The opposition is gearing up for a massive rally in downtown Moscow on Monday.
"These elections are not free ... that's why we'll have protests tomorrow. We will not recognize the president as legitimate," said Mikhail Kasyanov, who was Putin's first prime minister before going into opposition.
Golos, Russia's leading independent elections watchdog, said it received numerous reports of "carousel voting," in which busloads of voters are driven around to cast ballots multiple times.
Alexei Navalny, one of the opposition's most charismatic leaders, said observers trained by his organization also reported seeing extensive use of the practice.
Evidence of widespread vote fraud in December's parliamentary election drew tens of thousands to protest against Putin, who was president in 2000-2008 before moving into the prime minister's office due to term limits. They were the largest outburst of public anger in post-Soviet Russia and demonstrated growing exasperation with massive corruption, rising social inequality and tight controls over political life under Putin.
Putin has dismissed the protesters' demands, casting them as a coddled minority of urban elites working at Western behest to weaken Russia. His claims that the United States was behind the opposition protests spoke to his base of blue-collar workers, farmers and state employees, who are suspicious of Western intentions after years of state propaganda.
"Putin is a brave and persistent man who can resist the U.S. and EU pressure," said Anastasia Lushnikova, a 20-year old student who voted for Putin in the southern city of Rostov-on-Don.
Authorities gave permission to Putin's supporters to gather just outside the Kremlin walls, and tens of thousands flooded the big square immediately after the vote ended. Some participants of the demonstration, including employees of state organizations, said they were forced by the management to attend it under the threat of punishment.
The authorities denied the opposition's bid to hold the rally at the same place Monday, but allowed them to gather at a nearby square.
Putin has given generous social promises during his campaign and also initiated limited political reforms in a bid to assuage public anger. His spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Sunday that Putin will seek to modernize the nation's political and economic system, but firmly ruled out any "Gorbachev-style liberal spasms."
Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union, has become increasingly critical of Putin's rule. "These are not going to be honest elections, but we must not relent," he said Sunday after casting his ballot.
Putin has promised that the vote would be fair, and the authorities apparently have sought to take off the steam out of the protest movement by allowing more observers to monitor the vote. Tens of thousands of Russians, most of them politically active for the first time, had volunteered to be election observers, receiving training on how to recognize vote-rigging and record and report violations.
Golos said monitors have recorded fewer obvious violations than during the December election, but they still believe that violations are extensive. This time, election officials are using more complicated and subtle methods, said Golos deputy director Grigory Melkonyants.
According to data based on official figures from polling stations attended by Golos observers, Putin still garnered some 55 percent of the vote, while Zyuganov won about 19 percent.
Zyuganov told reporters after the polls closed that he will not recognize the vote, calling it "illegitimate, unfair and intransparent."
His campaign chief Ivan Melnikov claimed that the authorities set up numerous additional polling stations and alleged that hundreds of thousands of voters cast ballots at the ones in Moscow alone in an apparent attempt to rig the vote.
Prokhorov said on Channel One television after the vote that authorities kept his observers away from some polling stations and were beaten on two occasions.
Oksana Dmitriyeva, a Duma deputy from Just Russia party, tweeted that they were witnessing "numerous cases of observers being expelled from polling stations" across St. Petersburg just before the vote count.
Unlike Moscow and other big cities, where independent observers showed up en masse, election officials in Russia's North Caucasus and other regions were largely left to their one devices. The opposition said those regions have experienced particularly massive vote rigging in the past.
A Web camera at a polling station in Dagestan, a Caucasus province near Chechnya, registered unidentified people tossing ballot after ballot into boxes. The Central Election Commission quickly responded to the video, which was posted on the Internet, saying the results from the station will be invalidated.
Web cameras were installed in Russia's more than 90,000 polling stations, a move initiated by Putin in response to complaints of ballot stuffing and fraudulent counts in December's parliamentary elections.
It was unclear Sunday to what extent the cameras would be effective in recording voting irregularities or questionable counts. The election observation mission of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe noted skepticism in a report on election preparations.
"This is not an election ... it is an imitation," said Boris Nemtsov, a prominent opposition leader.
But despite the increased resentment against Putin's rule among the rising middle class, opinion polls ahead of the vote had shown Putin positioned to win easily. He presided over significant economic growth and gave Russians a sense of stability that contrasted with the disorder and anxiety of the 1990s, when Boris Yeltsin led Russia's emergence from the wreckage of the Soviet Union.
"Under Boris Nikolayevich, life was simply a nightmare, but, you know, now it's OK. Now it's good, I'm happy with the current situation," said 51-year-old Alexander Pshennikov, who cast his ballot for Putin at a Moscow polling station.
The police presence was heavy throughout the city on Sunday. There were no immediate reports of trouble, although police arrested three young women who stripped to the waist at the polling station where Putin cast his ballot; one of them had the word "thief" written on her bare back.
Jim Heintz, Lynn Berry, Maria Danilova, Nataliya Vasilyeva, Mansur Mirovalev and Sofia Javed in Moscow and Sergei Venyavsky in Rostov-on-Don contributed to this report.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Follow Up Video on K Shanmugam to Lee Hsien Loong Netizen Oppression Scandal

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A follow up video had been recorded on 20.Feb.2012 on the matter following the previous video, which was recorded upon Workers' Party's expel of MP Yaw Shin Leong. This message is intended for Lee Hsien Loong originally just regarding Shanmugam. But now the subject includes his wife Ho Ching & Himself more importantly, that he had engaged lawyer to do similar intimidations against Netizens & Temasek Review blog, similar to what Shanmugam did.

I was suffering from stomach pains during this recording and was affected.  There will be more follow up videos coming soon.

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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Howz famiLEE LEegime going to answer the similar question on minister after WP Expelled MP YSL?

A video msg was recorded by me on 15.Feb.2012 for the matter after the news conference of WP. It was uploaded in the morning of 16.Feb.2012.

部长的婚外情传言如何回应?怎打压质问言论?如今饶欣龙遭工人党革职。李家王朝怎交代尚慕根部长丑闻?律政部长滥用官威权势打压网民责问其婚外情。不坦白澄清。Workers' Party Sacked / Expelled Mr. Yaw Shin Leong, I demand media & famiLEE LEEgime to give equal treatment against K. Shanmugam in alleged similar affairs.

The issues of Accountability and Transparency is precisely identical. WP set the example. And it is now just up to famiLEE LEEgime & Lee Hsien Loong to show the world weather they are able to follow.

It is obviously both the duites and obligation of minister Shanmugam & famiLEE LEEgime to respond to the allegation instead of abusing defamation suit threats to silent the voices doubting their own transparancy and accountability.

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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Major Corruption Scandals set to bite famiLEE LEEgime

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SCDF commissioner suspended, CNB chief under investigation

The Commissioner of the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF), Peter Lim (L) and Central Narcotic Bureau (CNB) Chief Ng Boon Gay (R).
The Commissioner of the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF), Peter Lim, 51, has been suspended from work since last month.
Chinese Daily Lianhe Wanbao reported today that he, Central Narcotic Bureau (CNB) Chief Ng Boon Gay and six other SCDF officials are under investigation by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB).
Two SCDF officials who hold senior ranks are amongst the six under investigation.
Quoting reliable sources, the paper stated that the case is linked to money and women.
There are no further details on when Mr Ng, who has been in the police force for 20 years, was called in for questioning by the CPIB.
The report added that Mr Lim's use of the official SCDF car has suspended too.
According to a national broadcaster, the Ministry of Home Affairs said that both Mr Lim and Mr Ng are on leave for now.
MHA is due to issue a statement tomorrow.
Mr Lim became the SCDF Commissioner in May 2009 and has been in the SCDF for 24 years.
Local government merit scholar, Mr Ng Boon Gay, 45, was previously in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) before heading CNB in January last year.

2 of the major MHA forces chiefs are on the list already.

The news is a warning sign of corruption storm hitting famiLEE LEEgime. Further Exposing Lee Kuan Yew's CLEAN SYSTEM.

It is a good thing however that they are busted rather than not.


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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

After weeks of repeated reports LEEgime LTA finally took action against Pedestrian Death Trap

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I took a video this evening to reflect that improvement had finally been done after few years of problematic and dangerous conditions, and after few weeks of persistent reporting made against this crisis of public safety.


The situation of human congestion which was very bad at the center road divider zone was no longer seen in the past few days after LTA did some improvements during last week. I can say that the risk of death of pedestrian is reduced now to a more acceptable level.

My video showed quite a lot of risking jay-walking by pedestrians but these are not the main issue still. 

As another new MRT station is up-coming here at Bugis, pedestrian traffic is expected to increase, I still strongly urge LTA to implement a pedestrian tunnel to replace this traffic light crossing, for the benefit of pedestrian and safety in longer term.

There is still a slight issue, that a few more meters of railing opposite the one side which had already been removed, can be further removed, to get better effects. I had indicated this and showed the remaining problem within this video itself.

I spend only less than a minute now to cross this crossing myself, as compared against the average or 15 mins in many previous occasions over the years.

Monday, January 09, 2012

Congratulations to Pakatan Malaysia! Anwar NOT GUILTY!


Verdict is out already!

My congratulations to Pakatan Malaysia & Opposition Fighters. Congratulations to Mr Anwar.

Now they can focus on GE2012.


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Malaysia opposition's Anwar freed of sodomy charges

Sapa-AP | 09 January, 2012 07:08

Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim speaks during the "Free Anwar" rally in Kuala Lumpur January 6, 2012.

Malaysia's High Court acquitted opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim of sodomizing a former aide, citing unreliable DNA evidence in a verdict Monday that surprised supporters who saw the case as an attempt to sideline him.

Anwar has long maintained that Prime Minister Najib Razak's ruling coalition concocted the charge to damage his chances of leading the opposition to an election victory. Najib, who is expected to call for national elections sometime this year, denies plotting against Anwar.

Najib's administration said the judgment showed that Malaysia's legal system was free from government interference, despite claims to the contrary by opposition activists.

The case rested mainly on testimony by Anwar's 26-year-old accuser, Saiful Bukhari Azlan, and semen samples found on Saiful's body that investigators said matched Anwar's DNA.

High Court Judge Mohamad Zabidin Diah said his decision was founded on concerns that the DNA evidence was tainted.

"The court at this stage could not with 100 percent certainty exclude the possibility that the (DNA) sample is not compromised," Mohamad Zabidin told the court. "Therefore it is not safe to rely on the (DNA) sample. There is no evidence to corroborate" the charge.
A crowd of Anwar's supporters shouted "Allahu Akbar," or "God is great" after the judge finished reading the verdict. Members of Anwar's family burst into tears and hugged him.

"Thank God justice has prevailed," a jubilant Anwar told reporters. "I have been vindicated. To be honest, I am a little surprised."

However, questions lingered over whether the legal saga was over, as chief prosecutor Yusof Zainal Abiden said he had not decided whether to appeal the acquittal.

Police outside the court reported that after the verdict was delivered, a small blast wounded a man on a road nearby. Authorities indicated it was a homemade explosive, but did not say whether it was linked to the hearing.
Anwar, whom the opposition regards as its future prime minister if it wins federal power, had earlier said he was bracing for a conviction, which could result in a maximum of 20 years in prison.
The verdict is expected to have a major impact on general elections that most politicians believe will be held some time this year. Anwar is the opposition's most charismatic politician and is considered the figure who can best hold the three ideologically distinct parties in his alliance together.
Information Minister Rais Yatim said in a statement that the acquittal "proves that the government does not hold sway over judges' decisions."
"Malaysia has an independent judiciary," Rais said. "The current wave of bold democratic reforms introduced by (Najib) will help extend this transparency to all areas of Malaysian life."
At least 5,000 opposition supporters gathered outside the court Monday, chanting "Long live the people." Some carried banners that read "Free Anwar" and "Reject slander."
A police helicopter flew over the court, while riot police backed by a truck mounted with a water cannon monitored the crowd amid concerns that a conviction might spark unrest in Malaysia's largest city.
Defense lawyers had insisted Saiful's testimony about the alleged sodomy at a Kuala Lumpur condominium in 2008 was riddled with inconsistencies and that the DNA evidence was mishandled by investigators.
Anwar, a former deputy prime minister and married father of six, was jailed in another sodomy case in 2000 when he was convicted of sodomizing his family's ex-driver. He denied the allegation, and Malaysia's top court released him in 2004 by overturning his conviction and nine-year sentence.
Judge Mohamad Zabidin said that without DNA evidence, Saiful's word was insufficient to convict Anwar.
"The court is always reluctant to convict on sexual offenses without corroborative evidence," he said in an unexpectedly brief two-minute judgment. "Therefore, the accused is acquitted and discharged."
Saiful did not attend the hearing, but wrote on Twitter after the verdict that he would "remain calm, continue praying and be patient."
The charge emerged several months after Anwar's alliance made major inroads in 2008 general elections, when the National Front ruling coalition endured its worst polling setback in more than five decades of governance.
The opposition now controls slightly more than one-third of Parliament's seats and hopes to win power by pledging to reduce problems such as graft, racial discrimination and curbs on civil liberties. Najib has increased efforts in recent months to tackle those grievances and regain the support of voters who deserted the National Front in the last elections.

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Saturday, December 31, 2011

A follow up report on Bugis MRT Pedestrian DEATH TRAP

Follow up from THIS blog post 7.Nov.2011 

Pay attention to several close call for accidents endangering lives of pedestrians.

I invite Liu Tuck Yew to cross this crossing personally during CNY peak period. He should cross few times and tell LTA his experience as a pedestrian.

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Sunday, December 25, 2011

Anti-Fraud Poll Monitoring is More Important Than so called Secrecy

Singaporean poll practices a Hypocritical form a Secrecy which bans surveys and obstructed necessary Monitoring, as a result a thick and safe for famiLEE LEEgime Vail covered any possible Discovery of Frauds. I am pointing out as person with experience in many past elections as Polling Agents & Counting Agents and organiser to raise funds for elections.

I am pointing out that also as a person who prepared videos to help train the Polling & Counting Agent for Singaporean elections.

I can point out besides these, that I had directly confronted famiLEE LEEgime against the Integrity of their polls that they had openly abused Billions of Dollars to BUY VOTES, beyond any doubts.

There is an Excellent Comparison provided by what recently happened in Russian Duma poll in which Frauds were accused, investigated and reported as well as strongly protested.

It is much more Opened & Truthful in Russia than Singapore, that frauds are admitted and reported openly, and their leaders and demanded for clear & opened monitoring against future frauds, while in Lee Kuan Yew's CLEAN-CLEAN Singapore, they just denied what is so obvious and act dumb and act blur to dodge accusations which they simply could not answer to.

The famiLEE LEEgime's electoral legislations prevents any exit poll and abused the principal of Secrecy to obstruct monitoring against fraud, while all other countries moves clearly towards more poll Transparency rather then Secrecy. This is important point that I am highlighting right now.

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Russia's Interior Ministry and the Investigative Committee have presented Dmitry Medvedev with an interim report on violations committed during campaigning and voting in the December 4 State Duma elections.
The document shows Moscow leading the field on the number of registered violations.
"The largest number of violations was recorded in Moscow (462), the Stavropol territory (96), the Samara region (88), the Sverdlovsk region (80), and the Novosibirsk region (64),” the Kremlin website reports.
All in all, the police drew up 2,091 administrative reports during the recent election campaign. So far, 53 criminal cases have been launched in 27 Russian constituencies.

Putin eyes total anti-fraud webcam surveillance of polling stations

Published: 15 December, 2011, 12:29
Putin eyes total public surveillance of polling stations (RIA Novosti / Aleksandr Kryazhev)
Putin eyes total public surveillance of polling stations (RIA Novosti / Aleksandr Kryazhev)
TRENDS: Election 2012

In response to opposition allegations that parliamentary elections were rigged, Prime Minister Putin says all polling stations in Russia should be fitted with constantly-streaming webcams. It will make the process absolutely transparent for everyone.
“I suggest and request that the Central Election Commission set up web cameras in all polling stations – we have more than 90,000 of those – and let them work round the clock. Let the country watch it all on the internet,” he said.
Last week Moscow saw the largest opposition rally in Russia’s modern history, with tens of thousands of people attending. The demonstrators said the election results, which gave about half of the seats in the Russian parliament to the ruling United Russia party, were rigged. They demanded an investigation of alleged fraud and a new, fair election.
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