Monday, March 23, 2009

famiLEE LEEgime's silly move in trepidation towards Game Over Ahead of Time

Obviously they had aimed to buy themselves more time before their own Game-Over with this silly move. But the practical effects will indeed be the reversed. They are not just Too Late and Too Lame, it is already Beyond my task to convince the people to pay the Necessary price for the Unavoidable Political Change and National Reform, it had been the lame famiLEE LEEgime itself at it's own very best efforts Forcing the Singaporean Peasants towards this inevitable direction.

The so called Law of famiLEE LEEgime can increase the stake but it is indeed Bilateral, the higher the stake is the more Effective it is to Shorten the Length of Time, which is what they are hoping to buy. The final conclusion can not be altered which is famiLEE LEEgime = Game-Over. :-)

At this stage it is as clear as crystal that the gumption is totally vanished within famiLEE LEEgime. Their ability of judgment and assessment had totally gone wrong. In trepidation they are more than desperate, and they are unable to hide this fact from eyes of the world.

I am glad to say that it is good news. :-)

Tighter protest laws

Deputy Prime Minister Wong Kan Seng tabled a bill in Parliament on Monday seeking to enhance police powers to deal with illegal protests and other acts of civil disobedience. -- PHOTO: ST

SINGAPORE on Monday moved to tighten laws against outdoor protests eight months before it hosts a summit of Asia-Pacific leaders including US President Barack Obama.
Deputy Prime Minister Wong Kan Seng, who is also the Home Affairs Minister, tabled a bill in Parliament on Monday seeking to enhance police powers to deal with illegal protests and other acts of civil disobedience.

The Public Order Act will impose tighter restrictions on outdoor political assemblies while liberalising rules on gatherings for entertainment, recreation and social activities.

Under current laws, political gatherings of five or more people outside a designated free-speech park are deemed illegalwithout a police permit. In the proposed legislation, any political assembly outside the zone, known as Speakers' Corner, will require a permit, regardless of the number of people involved.

'It is necessary to update our legal framework governing public order and differentiate political and cause-related activities from recreational and social activities,' the Ministry of Home Affairs said in a statement on the proposed act.

As the social, political and security environment becomes more complex, Singapore needs to 'squarely address gaps in the current framework, to enhance the ability of the police to ensure security during major events, and to maintain public order,' it said.

Local dissidents have sidestepped the current restrictions by sending fewer than five people to public protests and using attention-grabbing tactics. Last week, three demonstrators in red shirts unfurled a banner against Myanmar's military regime outside the country's embassy in Singapore during a visit by Prime Minister Thein Sein.

The legislation is expected to be passed in time for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) summit in November, which could attract local and overseas protesters, Mr Wong said in January.

The proposed law will also grant police the power to take action before protesters can gather at specific areas such as parliament and outside the venues of major international events.

For example, the police will be given 'move-on' powers, allowing them to tell protesters to disperse without resorting to arrests. As these meetings are potential 'terrorist' targets, security forces cannot be distracted from their duties 'by the disruption of political activists, militants or mischief-makers,' the ministry said.

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