Suspected of smuggling cigarettes, a cleaner fled in his van as nine officers from the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) tried to nab him. But before he escaped, Khairun Nizar Isnin, 33, broke the arm of one and ran his van over the foot of another. That was not all, reports The Straits Times.
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Let's start drawing a line where multi-racialism and traitorship is. Private organizations creating events like the Songkran Festival that exclude Singaporeans on Singapore soil is already bad enough, however it is still tolerable in the name of tourism. On the other hand, celebrating your country's Independence Day and flying your national flag in another country simply means invasion and disrespect to the host country. This event should not be tolerated at all.
I am currently learning driving from an instructor who has been teaching for more than 40 years. He has raised concerns that most of his students with foreign driving licences, who engage his services for refresher courses, do not even know how to do simple parking or recognise traffic signs on our roads. Foreigners are allowed to convert foreign driving licences to Singapore ones upon passing the basic theory test.
Remember Gan Thiam Poh, the PAP MP (Punggol-Pasir Ris) who can't speak properly and tried to justify PM Lee's salary by saying it costs less than $1 per Singaporean? He has done it again; this time by suggesting to link the balloting chances for public flats to the number of children that a couple has.
Many readers will have seen PM Lee’s recent “Lunch with the Financial Times” interview. That interview was no doubt aimed at a UK or global audience but actually it is vitally important for us Singaporeans, giving us a rare opportunity to see our PM perform without the protection of PAP control. Here in Singapore we are unable to see or hear anything about or by the PM that hasn’t been scripted beforehand or edited afterwards. The PAP has total control over our media corporations through the management shares and the rights this gives them to appoint directors or in fact over the hiring and dismissal of any member of staff of a media company. These rights are enshrined in the Newspapers Printing and Presses Act and not some speculation on my part. Check the Act out here.
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BRITISH police said they had intervened after North Korean embassy officials reportedly told a London hairdresser to take down a discount haircuts advert featuring leader Kim Jong-un. Mo Nabbach told the London Evening Standard newspaper that two officials from the Stalinist state’s mission took pictures of the M&M Hair Academy in Ealing, west London. They then ordered him to remove the “disrespectful” poster, he said. The poster featured a large picture of Kim’s distinctive short-back-and-sides hairdo with the slogan: read: “Bad hair day? 15 per cent off all gent cuts through the month of April.” “I told them this is England and not North Korea and told them to get their lawyers,” the newspaper quoted Mr Nabbach as saying.