Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Why don't you be straightforward as well Dr Vivian Balakrishnan?

Mr Goh Chok Tong former PM of SG urged just recently to have a "clean fight", no personal attacks and no rude language". How short is PAP's memory? Pretty short apparently. So what's the latest distraction tactics from PAP?

Our favourite YOG MP Dr Vivan Balakrishnan, now is accusing (wait ... hinting?) SDP's Dr Wijeysingha as having a ulterior motive in his political agenda. Why i say hinting? Cos he didn't give very much specifics. He pointed to a video on youtube (which he didn't specify) as evidence for his accusation (wait hint) for a ulterior movtive which he also didn't specify.

Why didn't he just be specific? Is he afraid to utter the "G" word? And why is the gay issue even an issue in this election? Unless he thinks it can be a bad thing for the voters? Oh Dr V, can you be even more specfic? Can you stop hinting? Just be straightforward about your thoughts can you? Can you tell us why that video about Dr Wijeysingha being at a forum discussing some gay issue would be a bad thing for a voter. Please explain. Please be as straightforward as you want Dr Wijeysingha to be straightforward about his political agenda.

You flung the dung over first, so i think it is fair that you explain why you did so.

2 comments:

Nienke Hoogvliet said...

Hello,

My name is Nienke, I am a student from Holland. I'm now researching the foodculture in Singapore. I found out about the strict rules of the government about being critical about certain subjects like race, religion etc. I was wondering if you maybe can tell me more about this.
I visited Singapore last summer, and I thought it was such a nice country, where all cultures and races live so good together. But now I'm wondering if this is really true or is this just because no one dares to speak his/her mind? You can e-mail me at: n.hoogvliet@hotmail.com, I would be really grateful if you would help me! Thanks! Nienke

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