When Lame Bastard famiLEE LEEgime is Fearful - It Shows CLEARLY
The news showed the world clearly that:
- famiLEE LEEgime is fearful of the Singaporean people, they feel Insecure
- no idea how to deal with their own fear they then abuse the police power like a child
- the police will entertain childish reports of famiLEE LEEgime to arrest netizen
The oppressive totalitarian cowards could not accept the fact that they had LOST THE FEAR AMONG SINGAPOREANS. Their authoritarian status is no difference from a clown. Their intimidation don't work on the people. When the people show them defiance they felt very intimidated. Their childish reactions are sad as well as ironical.
They felt BURNT. They could not stand it. The burn and scald without flame is hotter and more hurtful than what BBQ Seng Han Tong received. They will burn in many ways, including the polling-day-burn. It is inevitable!
The scale of trouble coming at the famiLEE LEEgime is far beyond what their mata and court can handle. There is a massive and increasingly strong community of Singaporeans standing up against famiLEE LEEgime. The are sensitive to the word BURN right now, because they are alike ants on top of hot pot on the stove - Chinese proverb that describe panic - 急如热锅上的蚂蚁。They want to run but no way to run.
Sure it is going to burn.
Sammyboy.Com ThreadSingaporean arrested for inciting violence on Facebook
Posted: 25 August 2010 1726 hrs
SINGAPORE: A Singaporean man who attacked on Facebook the ruling party and urged people to "burn" a cabinet minister has been arrested on charges of inciting violence, police said Wednesday.
In a statement, police said they had arrested a "man in his late 20s" on Tuesday "in connection with investigations into offences related to incitement of violence".
The statement did not name the man or give details of the offence, but said he was released on bail pending further investigation.
Local media identified him as Abdul Malik Ghazali, 27, who posted a series of comments on the social networking site critical of how Singapore is hosting the inaugural Youth Olympic Games (YOG).
Abdul Malik, who works for a company specialising in wood and flooring, said on his Facebook page that he was arrested "due to my involvement in anti-YOG and anti-PAP (People's Action Party) Facebook pages".
One of his postings highlighted recent floods in Singapore, the escape of detained terror suspect Mas Selamat Kastari, the amount of money spent to host the games and reports of the poor standard of food served for games volunteers.
He said it was time to "burn" the sports minister and the PAP.
Abdul Malik said in comments published Wednesday by "The New Paper" that "the comment is a metaphor".
"I did not intend for it to be taken literally. I did not mean for someone to actually burn," he said.
Some in cyberspace rallied to Abdul Malik's defence.
One Facebook poster calling himself "Kok Meng" wrote "seems like even metaphors are forbidden these days".
"Police should get a grip and let loose. We are a democracy."