The twisted truth. How Kong Hee justified himself to wear very expensive clothes and lead a very lavish lifestyle is through religion and Christianity. Kong Hee’s definition of good clothes is ‘very expensive’ clothes. Kong Hee and his fellow pastors love to wear expensive clothes and that might be the reason why he added the word ‘very expensive’ in these verses to justify himself.
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On the way to the market yesterday, I noticed something was amiss. The point blocks in the area were botak. At this time of the yr, we would usually at least see HDB flats dotted with flying flags in red and white, bearing the cresent and the stars proudly. After looking very hard, I managed to spot 2 units displaying flags (digitally highlighted for you here.)
I refer to Open Letter to SAF on In-Camp Training. The writer pointed out that if there is ICT, it is unlikely that you can defer it even though you are on probation. Job probation are as long as 6 months and can be difficult to avoid ICT during job probation of 6 months. During this job probation of 6 months, some bosses may not like it if you go for ICT. I have my fair share of bad bosses (female and male) and below are 10 Ways to Pass Probation When you First Start Work.
It’s that time of the year, when netizens flood the Internet with stories of S’poreans not flying the flag, or PAP grassroot leaders paying FTs to put up flags; and moan that the PAP has appropriated the flag*. This behaviour has become a ritual for late July, early August, mirroring the arrival of the flags. So I tot I’d blog on some things about the flag that I believe are not well known.
Many questions have been raised following the Singapore Army’s denial of involvement in the National Geographic Channel (NGC)’s controversial publicity stunt on Friday. Contradicting statements have been made from both NGC and the Army about the army’s involvement in and knowledge of the event. On Aug 2, a platoon of paid models dressed in Army No.4 pants and army T-shirts stood outside Raffles Place MRT to be commanded by passersby as part of a publicity stunt for NGC’s new TV series “Every Singaporean Son 2”.
You can make me look bad and I don’t care because life goes on. I have nothing to hide. I have nothing to lose. I lose my reputation and I will move on. But more importantly, what about you, readers? Why do you read? You shouldn’t be reading because you like the bloggers or support them. You should be reading because you want to know more, and you want to be awakened to the truth, so that you can do something about it. And so that you will protect yourself and those around you.
When his Ministry of National Development staff gave him a tearful send off in September 1992, Dhanabalan told reporters he would be spending more time with his church. When he had to make way for Lim Boon Heng as the new Temasek chairman on August 2013, he said same: spending more time with his church, currently Bukit Panjang Gospel Chapel. You gotta take that with a large pinch of salt.
Other than teaching the 3Rs, going to schools to get educated involves a lot of other things. The students are taught to be a wholesome person, to learn some good values, to be honest, caring and responsible persons, and more. And there are more challenging agendas like telling the children to seize the moment, dare to be different, just do it, to stand up for what one thinks is right, to think critically, to challenge conventional thoughts, to be creative, to be caring, kind, compassionate and to help those who need a helping hand. Actually no, none of these if you know what I mean.
Often, one is left puzzled by the degree of discontent in the populace. Such sentiments started surfacing around 2009 fairly pervasively when "complaints" about "over-crowdedness" can often be heard in day to day conversations but the issues probably do not stop there. This seems so contradictory, isn't it, when almost everything seems so "perfect" in this island city? That's exactly where the conundrum of today's society lies.