Aren’t they a Criminal?


The Singapore’s very own “Kangaroo with Judge’s Robe” T-Shirt saga is stated as the article below, as the heaviest fine ever for contempt of court.

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And here is the final ending saga for the trio end up in jail term as following:

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The heaviest fine for contempt of court is 15 days’ jail for John Tan (Lecturer of SIM? – if I remember correctly from previous article) and 1 week for the other 2 persons.

And in the above article also for Dow Jones, which does not have any plan to appeal for the similar ‘Contempt of Court’ and had ‘undoubtedly’ undermined public confidence in the administration of Justice in Singapore… Justice Tay said in article above.

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Be carefull… in Singapore, do NOT just wear any kind of T-Shirt or buy any similar cute T-Shirt without knowing the meaning behind it on what the producer/creator has in mind.

Wearing a T-Shirt with picture “Kangaroo with Judge’s Rope” passing through Orchard Rd. Suntec City. Bugis. City Hall area might be freely without any problem… but passing through Supreme Courts, Parliament, and any Government offices which are just around the corners in City Hall Singapore, might get you end up in Jail…

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As these three people did, perhaps they have the intention in their mind, but what if a group of Secondary/Primary students wearing such T-Shirts in their outing around the area, on which the T-Shirt designer has pictured “Kangaroo with Judge’s Rope” and these group of students go for excursion or any places around or in the building… will they get any jail sentence too?

The act of wearing and the intention might be biased, but what they think is always cant be an undenial truth… even it can be a controversial, but who will care as long as that does not concern ‘me’.

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It is indeed a very very hillarious funny story on how Singapore Electricity Tariff is increase, as the reason of World Oil Price, and it is even more hillarious that the electricity generator in Singapore are mostly powered by NATURAL GAS instead of OIL!

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Read the above News Comment from Editor-at-Large who has just won the award on Editors “domain-world”, Mr. Conrad Raj, in his several contradictory-paragraphs above, you may find how hillarious Electricity Tariff in Singapore is. Here are some quoted paragraphs:

But as the new fuel prices was 38 percent higher then the previous quarter’s, SP (Singapore Power) was trying to tell us that it was passing on the entire increase in cost of the fuel oil.

Ironically! (the article said as what more egregious) was that the increase came at the time when a price of oil – on which the tariffs are based despite the fact that 80 percents of the electricity produced here comes from natural gas – was on its way down.

On the other paragraphs, the article stated that on the year end March 31 this year, Singapore Power’s revenue S$ 1.09 billions of S$ 5.45 billions, what more impressive is that, the company has been racking more then a billions dollars in net profit a year. Hilarious!

While Tuas Power which supply 25% of electricity consumed in Singapore, reported S$ 331 millions revenues of S$ 2.27 billions in year end March 31 this year also.

While for Senoko, country’s largest power supplier of 30% electricity in Singapore, posted revenues of S$ 2.49 billions, and their net revenues of S$ 130 millions in this year end of March.

And for Power Seraya’s another electricity contributor for consumption in Singapore, posted net profits of S$218 millions of this year March.

We’ll see what will happen in the next quarter, in the midst of oil pricing is going down, and whether we will get a good deal price or we will hear another answer of reason on why price is increase and another words whispering ‘we must save our electricity usage at home’ again…. you decide!

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Here are the two most recent articles about Scams that are happening in Singapore, the place where most people think as a safe place as the law is stand straight and claimed as “nobody is above the law” in Singapore.

This is what is in last Friday article:

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And this is in Today article:

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As you may have read in the second article above, the victims are mostly FOREIGN WORKERS (PRs to be – what I can mostly they are PR candidate when they found Singapore is interesting)… Foreign workers who are always be in the lost when any complaint, or always become a victim of situation, taken for granted…

While in real-life these FOREIGN WORKERS are the one contributing to all what they are PAYING as what they known as ‘Growth Dividend’ – monies which PR will never enjoy to receive out from what they are paying much more expensive then the money that their citizen contribute.

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This is what PR (Permanent Resident) has been boiled, grilled and treated in Singapore… and this is the maximum that PR can do to voice out their protest…

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PR is paying the taxes with much higher price-tag then local Singaporean citizens, as they have their other tax benefits and parenthood packages, much lower maid levy and so on the list is continue to grow….

PR is paying the same amount of CPF deductible fee from their salary every month to contribute to the Singapore Economy growth, and to pay for their own Citizen ‘Growth Dividends’, ‘SRS’ Shares, ‘ERS’ Shares, and so on the term they used to call it, is getting nicer sweeter, and politer but if you see all these terms are all still refer to one thing which they claimed ‘There is NO money politics in Singapore’.

PR still have to pay much higher and higher and higher school fees, child-care, health-care at the Polyclinics, Singapore Government General Hospitals, as their subsidies is getting lower and lower to PR, due to their Citizen claims that PR does NOT deserve the subsidies, PR only to contribute, BUT never receive anything in return.

If the GOVERNMENT does NOT to hand out freebies to PRs, tighten the requirement to become a PRs (as the last sentence in that article stated)… or they are taking advantage of what the society is complaining like those subsidies and so on, or perhaps there is NO complaint at all and create such a story with complaints… Will they have ever think to tighten the requirement and regulation to become a PR in Singapore, and sacrifice all the benefits that a PR can contribute to Singapore? Time will prove it someday…

What would have happened to Singapore if all PR surrender their PR-ship status and grab all their CPR monies out of Singapore with them, and leave out Singapore?

So now with all the above giving, charges, fees, no subsidies, higher payment contribution, and NOTHING receives back as ‘Growth Dividend’ back to PR, who actually OWNS this country red-dot called Singapore then? You answer – discretely off course!

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The list is continue growing for the Melamine-tainted products from China have been legally imported, on-shelfed, purchased, and consumed by local people in Singapore…

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These found-to-be dangerous products in in Singapore, NOBODY has ever claimed to be the responsible party on why these products have been legally imported and sold in Singapore.

So here in Singapore, we human being called consumers, are the quality control of each and every products sell in the market.

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If you failed to read the fine-print in the packaging about the consumer-products you bought, that is YOUR fault when someday that the product you bought found to be milk-tainted, and categorized as dangerous food.

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That is what they can say, when their mighty fingers start pointing their powerfulness into people, the best QC checkers (aka. Consumers in Singapore).

That is what AVA (Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore) and HPB (Health Promotion Board of Singapore) can say, in their failure to check for every imported products into Singapore, and has been consumed several years by local people here, who thought products have been safely scanned and tested!

So in other word! When you sick due to the food you bought directly off-the-shelves in any Singapore places, that is YOUR own fault! As the government has wash-their-hands-off from being responsible of those, in up front!

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