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I traveled extensively in India. I would say Himachal and part of Uteranchal people are good, for the Aryan Hindustanic race -- too few.

Unfortunately something about indian soil that a lot of people on it never craves justice. Other than justice they want everything - money, english language, space voyage, technology, films, sex . But say justice and they reacts like you said a vulgar word. There are some very good and excellent people there though.

Because they cannot establish justice they are unable to get any of the things they want and are forced to migrate.
 

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I traveled extensively in India. I would say Himachal and part of Uteranchal people are good, for the Aryan Hindustanic race -- too few.
There too the people in remote hilly places are good. As you get close to plains you will see the caste system in its full glory.
 

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Singapore government is among world least competent. While China impose mandatary COVID 19 screening on all inbound flight (see pic below), GoS does nothing.

She continue to flood Singapore with massive plague from India. Not that these people are citizens. These are just some temporary permit holders.

Singapore government is among world most stupid, evil, and they are very determined to screw her own citizen.

Not only Singaporeans now need to live with plagues, in addition Singapore need to pay for these Indians medical bill.

PAP government deserve to be trampled.



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Singapore elites are world champion psychopath and evil. The maid below wanted to complain his boss, Changi Airport Group chairman Liew Mun Leong for his wrongdoings.

Liew nefariously threw her into prison with phoney charges of theft and with help compliant judge.

Fortunately the sentence was overturned.

This Liew guy received $20.52 million from PM Li Hsien Loong wife Ho Ching in 2009. Over the years, he could already made hundereds of millions if not billions.

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@Indos Singaporean elites are jailing innocent Indonesian maid. Fortunately many Singaporean peasants still very kind, and they are clamoring hard to jail elite Liew Mun Leong with his whole family.





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A local Indian hero lawyer Anil Balchandani fought pro bono a total of 4 years for the Indonesian maid Parti Liyana. Liew Mun Leong the elite is Ho Ching (PM wife) favorite courtier.

Basically Liew went to police and lied that Maid Parti stole things. The coksucking police and coksucking Attorney general went orgasm and do Liew bidding. They went to court and this compliant judge Oliver Low gave this innocent girl 2 years. The sentence was overturned later by Justice Chan Seng Onn.

When Anil Balchandani wanted to investigate further, Liew use the state apparatus such as police as tool of intimidation against Anil Balchandani .

And why such as simple case took 4 FCUKING years to reach verdict. The poor indonesian maid suffer unemployment for 4 years, going through trials. This must be due to Singapore elites protecting Liew Mun Leong and protecting the police, attorney general and judiciary from embarrassment.

There are many vile, atrocious side of Lee Kuan Yew and his family, and the system he set up.

Welcome to Singapore, a land of injustice.

Singaporeans now want Liew go jail. But he will definitely be protected by elites.

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A local Indian hero lawyer Anil Balchandani fought pro bono a total of 4 years for the Indonesian maid Parti Liyana. Liew Mun Leong the elite is Ho Ching (PM wife) favorite courtier.

Basically Liew went to police and lied that Maid Parti stole things. The coksucking police and coksucking Attorney general went orgasm and do Liew bidding. They went to court and this compliant judge Oliver Low gave this innocent girl 2 years. The sentence was overturned later by Justice Chan Seng Onn.

When Anil Balchandani wanted to investigate further, Liew use the state apparatus such as police as tool of intimidation against Anil Balchandani .

And why such as simple case took 4 FCUKING years to reach verdict. The poor indonesian maid suffer unemployment for 4 years, going through trials. This must be due to Singapore elites protecting Liew Mun Leong and protecting the police, attorney general and judiciary from embarrassment.

There are many vile, atrocious side of Lee Kuan Yew and his family, and the system he set up.

Welcome to Singapore, a land of injustice.

Singaporeans now want Liew go jail. But he will definitely be protected by elites.

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Singapore is not a paradise.
Nor all Singaporeans are Angels.
We do have theives, robbers, rapists and abuse of power.
Except it is much better here when compared to what happens in other countries.

As is presented in your example, this Indonesian maid had recourse to free legal aid and won her case in the end.
I would dread what would happen to her if she met similar case in Indonesia.

I will illustrate a real incident in Singapore.
A 38 years old body builder at more than 6 ft(183cm) tall provoked and assaulted a 60 years old man with serious Arthritis.
Luckily for Arithtis man, Body Builder is a LOW MUSCLE MASS INDIAN.
Athritis man was charged instead because Body Builder got very much worse off including a cracked head.
The reason lawyers gave was because Arthritis man continued going after Body Builder after he had stopped notwithstanding Body Builder started the melee.

We have to contend that in life, we will be disadvantaged if we meet with bad luck and we are not important persons.
But in Singapore we have a better chance at recourse
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Just be happy that something so scandalous like Red Bull heir fatal hit and run case don't happen in Singapore.
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Singapore is not a paradise.
Nor all Singaporeans are Angels.
We do have theives, robbers, rapists and abuse of power.
Except it is much better here when compared to what happens in other countries.

As is presented in your example, this Indonesian maid had recourse to free legal aid and won her case in the end.
I would dread what would happen to her if she met similar case in Indonesia.

Look dude Indonesia democracy is much stronger than in Singapore and also our press is much more free here. Just check Freedom index and compare where Singapore position compared to Indonesia.

In Indonesia we have several non government organizations that provide free legal aid that include lawyers service as well. Some example are LBH and LBHI. Government also donate their money to many non governmental organization that has social cause like them.

Press freedom index based on Press Without Border
https://rsf.org/en/ranking_table

In Indonesia people can revoke any law if they can win the case in our constitution court. I believe no such thing ever happen in Singapore.
 

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Despite of this, there are still good people in Singapore.

Nevertheless all Singaporeans want Liew Mun Leong go jail. All -- just peek forum you know.

The police, attorney general, and judiciary have just lost lots of credibility.

Lee Hsien Loong and Ho Ching (I believe she is a wicked bitch from many evidence) can help restore confidence on Singapore by locking up Liew Mun Leong.

Singapore is not a paradise.
Nor all Singaporeans are Angels.
We do have theives, robbers, rapists and abuse of power.
Except it is much better here when compared to what happens in other countries.

As is presented in your example, this Indonesian maid had recourse to free legal aid and won her case in the end.
I would dread what would happen to her if she met similar case in Indonesia.

I will illustrate a real incident in Singapore.
A 38 years old body builder at more than 6 ft(183cm) tall provoked and assaulted a 60 years old man with serious Arthritis.
Luckily for Arithtis man, Body Builder is a LOW MUSCLE MASS INDIAN.
Athritis man was charged instead because Body Builder got very much worse off including a cracked head.
The reason lawyers gave was because Arthritis man continued going after Body Builder after he had stopped notwithstanding Body Builder started the melee.

We have to contend that in life, we will be disadvantaged if we meet with bad luck and we are not important persons.
But in Singapore we have a better chance at recourse
.
Just be happy that something so scandalous like Red Bull heir fatal hit and run case don't happen in Singapore.
.
Look dude Indonesia democracy is much stronger than in Singapore and also our press is much more free here. Just check Freedom index and compare where Singapore position compared to Indonesia.

In Indonesia we have several non government organizations that provide free legal aid that include lawyers as well. Some example are LBH and LBHI. Government also donate their money to many non governmental organization that has social cause like them.

Press freedom index based on Press Without Border
https://rsf.org/en/ranking_table

In Indonesia people can revoke any law if they can win the case in our constitution court. I believe no such thing ever happen in Singapore.
 

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The earlier Judge Olivia Low (pic below) who gave the maid 2 years. Look at her stupidity and extremely bias in favor criminal thug Liew Mun Leong.

When Indon maid lawyer Anil wanted to do investigation by interviewing stakeholders, the judge interpret this whole event as some form of intimidation. Even the look of Indon maid towards Liew son is interpret as intimidation.

The whole state organ is out against a poor maid and her brave Indian lawyer. The lawyer further advancement of the case could make him liable for intimidation and harassment charges, destroying his career and family.

How on earth can anyone put such a low quality woman on bench.

This judge is now a rock star overnight.

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This case is a total collapse of 4 major Singapore institution, the police, attorney general, judiciary and the press. Each of these went all out to throw the poor innocent Indon maid Parti in jail, in support of the vile scvm Liew Mun Leong family. It shows a complete rot in Singapore system.

This is how Singapore elites conduct.

Thug Liew Mun Leong family simply go to police and say maid stole their things. They told police every single maid belongings are spoils, including female items.

Later Liew son simply declare himself as LGBT cross-dress connoisseur to claim ownership of maid female item.

Police and public prosecutor Tan Wee Hao, Judge Oliver Low get orgasm to coksuck Ho Ching's dog Liew. Judge Olivia made inadmissable evidence that is in favor of maid.

AG asked for extremely draconian penalty of 3 years. Judge granted 26 months. Then prostitute Singapore media did a terrible reporting painting the maid as thief.

This case is so horrible and scandalous, and victim innocence so obvious that, it will result to diplomatic disaster with Indonesia once the defence lawyer decide to enlist social media or Indonesia government assisstance publicly (GoI might have been informed this case and warned GoS).

Fortunately Indian hero lawyer Anil Balchandani fought pro bono. He should be commended for patriotic to Singapore.

No one in the world is as sicko as Singapore elites.

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I am not sure if there is any rule of law in Singapore. Liew Mun Leong is such a powerful man that current AG Lucien Wong was one time his subordinate in Capitaland.

Public Prosecutor Tan Wee Hao could have chosen to ruin his career by supporting the maid. Then there will be no damage to Singapore legal system.

He chose to do evil. (These are very experienced lawyer that could easily spot truth and lies)

He either conceal, or selective choose not to go into deep investigation for evidence that were favorable to the poor Indonesian maid. This could be interpreted as obstruction of justice.

For example, Indonesian maid Parti Liyani salvage the spoiled garbage DVD. Liew Mun Leong said she stole it.

But at the hearing, the Prosecution played from the memory drive of the DVD player, giving an impression that it was working perfectly. (cant play from DVD)

This entire saga is the worst legal feces in the whole universe.

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In this Liew Mun Leong saga, NOT a single among few hundreds of public servant (and MSM) were willing to ruin their career by raising red flag, despite everything were so obviously wrong. Just one big mouth in public service go on roof top and shout "FCUK Liew Mun Leong" is enough to save Singapore, to prevent injustice. No one did that.

Not a single.

So what kind of people Singapore is putting at the top as leaders? Not one was willing to sacrifice himself. Everyone go along the tide, knowing it will cause great harm to Indonesian maid Parti Liyani, causing grave injustice, harming the legal system, and jeopardizing Singapore-Indo relationship.

The tone of handling this case must have gone up to at least AG Lucien Wong level and well approved by him. This is a revelation Lucien Wong character.

They correctly perceived that viled Ho Ching and Liew's cabal wrath will be full force on them if they did the right thing.

Lee Kuan Yew and Lee Hisen Loong over the years has purged the civil service off the virtuous. The axxhole were promoted. Excrement rise to the top. Everyone think for themselves. Patriots and good guy get sideline.

The "ancient-PAP" that put Lee Kuan Yew in straitjacket would have sound alarm against this Liew Mun Leong.

It is a matter of time worse scandals were revealed.

I see Lee Kuan Yew and son hungry for power, lust of monies, extreme selfishness, and shaping the entire Singapore psyche in such framework, causing demise in Singapore. This is now on motion and will accelerate.

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While US is forcing Singapore fall in line against China, and Singapore resisting it, there is a sudden deluge of highly inciting material circulating. They are produced by swarms of NGO, journalists, large news agencies, activists, media personalities and even university professors accusing Singapore Chinese of discriminating minorities.

Many of these information are certainly setting the stage for a racial war. Many Singapore minorities hate Chinese even more as the result.

Good luck Singapore.

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There has always been a feeling among Singapore’s ethnic Malays that they are second-class citizens within their own land. The government’s endless pursuit of building a strong sense of a Singaporean national identity has come up short within the 750,000-odd Malays who make up 13.5 percent of the population.

The Singaporean constitution recognizes the special position of the Malays, who are officially defined as the indigenous people of Singapore. This section also gives the government the responsibility to protect, safeguard, support, foster, and promote their political, educational, religious, economic, social and cultural interests, and their language.

Although Malays have progressed with the growing affluence of Singapore, Malays still earn 25 percent less than the national average, lagging far behind ethnic Chinese and Indians. Malays are still participating in higher-education below par with the rest of the Singaporean population, leading to a great under-representation within the professional classes, elite government positions, armed forces and police. Malays have a much higher incidence of obesity, hypertension, diabetes, heart conditions and other fatal diseases, than the rest of the population.

What’s more, Malays have been blamed for this in the public media as having a cultural deficit, being stereotyped as undertaking unhealthy cultural practices.

They suffer discrimination in hiring, are the first group laid off due to business shutdowns from Covid-19 restrictions, are over-represented in crime, drug abuse and the prison population. Even with their status protected by the constitution place, Malays are seriously hindered by regulations restricting the operation of traditional small-scale business enterprises (Niaga kecil/gerai) from home. Consequently, the incidence of social and economic poverty in Singapore falls primarily on ethnic Malays, with a prevailing sense of anguish within the community.

The constitution states that there shall be no discrimination against citizens of Singapore on the ground of religion, race, descent or place of birth in any law or in the appointment to any office under a public authority or in the administration of any law relating to the acquisition, holding or disposition of property or the establishing or carrying on of any trade, business, profession, vocation, or employment.

However, the government’s ethnic integration program (EIP) and Housing Development Board (HDB) policy of allocating apartments within estates to reflect the multiracial composition of Singapore society has totally ignored the cultural context of the Malay kampong. This sense of community, a pillar of Malay culture, has been totally destroyed.

Racial marking within HDB estates has institutionalized ethnic identity, leading to discrimination. This has brought restrictions upon Malays buying and selling apartments in HDB estates, effectively marginalizing them within the housing market.

Within the Singapore Armed Forces discrimination is blatant. In 1987 Lee Hsien Loong, then second minister of defense, said “if there is a conflict, if the SAF is called upon to defend our homeland, we don’t want to put any of our soldiers in a difficult position where the emotions for the nation may come into conflict with his emotions for religion, because these two very strong fundamentals, and if they are not compatible, then they will be two very destructive forces in opposite directions.”

In 1999, Lee Kwan Yew himself echoed the same sentiments about the conflict of interest Malays might have if Singapore was in conflict with Malaysia. However, Singapore’s Malays had a long tradition of service in the armed forces under British colonial command. Removing them from combat positions into logistics and administration has been very difficult to accept. Subtle methods like using Mandarin at higher ranks act as steep barriers to entry for Malays. This feeling of mistrust erodes any sense of national unity and true Singaporean identity. Malays are deeply dissuaded from pursuing any career within the armed forces. This is a stark contradiction to claims of meritocracy in government.

It’s not just within the armed forces. Many Malays feel discriminated against within the general workforce according to repeated workplace surveys that have found around three-quarters of them feel ignored when applying for jobs. Many say that education, language proficiency and race are negative attributes in job interviews. The organization One People.sg has argued that not enough has been done through employers to address the issue, a major area the government needs to focus upon.

The ban on the wearing of head scarfs or hijabs, is regarded as discriminatory against Malay culture and religion. Despite that, protests and petitions on the ban at government workplaces and schools over the last decade have gone unheeded. This issue led to a backlash against the Singapore mufti, or Islamic jurist, who was perceived as appeasing the official government line, rather than taking an Islamic stance on the issue. The Malay community has perceived the government stand as chauvinistic, as the wearing of the hijab is totally acceptable in many other non-Muslim country civil services and uniformed services around the world.

The Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS) is given power by the constitution is the consulting council to advise the president of Singapore on matters regarding Islam, the religion of ethnic Malays. However, the members of the board are appointed by the government, rather than being directly elected by Singapore’s Islamic community.

As Asia Sentinel has reported, there is currently a major inquiry going on concerning corruption within the body’s halal certification operations. In addition, there have been criticisms about the way MUIS has handled Wakaf (donated) property zakat, and Haj cancellations and refunds. The Auditor General’s report uncovered financial mismanagement and interest payments (riba) prohibited under Islamic law used within organizational financial operations. An outpouring of social media posts shows Singapore Muslims’ trust in MUIS is waning amid calls to make MUIS an independent body.

One of the recent and most controversial issues is the position of the president of Singapore, held since 2017 by the long-serving PAP politician and lawyer by profession Halimah Yacob. With the new powers given to the office of president, PAP stalwarts argue that ethnic Malays now have power within the government. However, executive government in reality makes all major decision. The office is still primarily a ceremonial position. Halimah is only the second Muslim to become the president since Singapore became an independent state in 1965. Many ethnic Malays feel that they have been patronized, not seeing any reforms under her reign.

One of these issues is a proposal to teach Bahasa Malay in primary schools, as Malay is the national language and language of Singapore’s national anthem. Inaction has brought rebuke against the president and Malay MPs representing their community, leading to accusations from Malays Underrepresented in Singapore (MUIS) that the representatives are just puppets of the governing People’s Action Party.

There is only one ethnic Malay serving in cabinet, and one in the ministry, while representation within the judiciary and upper echelons of the civil service is far below the ethnic Malay proportion of the population. Criticism is rife about Malay leaders not engaging with the community and speaking up on Malay issues.

An initiative recently announced by Zulkifly Masagos Mohmad, the Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, is a planned program to be led by the minister of state for manpower and national development Zaqy Mohamad, called Ciptasama@M3 to supposedly encourage the community to participate in policymaking. However, an explanation of the program indicates that it plans to focus on issues such as marital problems, support for families of former prisoners and mentoring youths with agencies such as MUIS, MESRA, and MENDAKI, rather than directly with government. This looks more like an outreach set of programs than policy consultation with the ethnic community.

Singapore has been socially engineered by government to reflect the core beliefs of top leaders over the past six decades. In 1990, although Singapore celebrated its 25th anniversary with the slogan “One people, one nation, one Singapore,” the government implemented a new national ideology that stressed the core values of Confucian morality, family loyalty, and placing the nation before oneself. This was a turning point away from multi-culturalism and towards a form of Chinese chauvinism that made Malays feel insecure.

There is however, a very small group of elite and successful Malays who have ostensibly succeeded under Singapore’s meritocracy system. As part of the professional elite, they can network with the decision makers within society, having thrown away the mental shackles of Malay customs to project a pan-Singaporean persona of professionalism. They are the pinup heroes for the cause of meritocracy promoted by the PAP.

The potential to advance themselves requires compromise by the government or sacrifice by ethnic Malays. Malay heritage within the armed forces, police, and civil service has been taken away from them. The kampong has been destroyed and scattered, with traditional business opportunities put out of reach. 9/11 and the rise of ISIS have only made things more difficult for as the security services watch the community closely. The stereotypes have not been broken by a Muslim president. Further, their position in the country’s ethnic mix is being quickly eroded due to immigration. After almost 60 years, Malay loyalty to Singapore is still in doubt by the government.

A number of Malays have emigrated from Singapore to countries like Australia, to become very successful in their professions or business. They have embraced their Malay identities and played major roles in organizing local Malay communities in their adopted countries, and are a great loss for Singapore.

The feelings about these issues are best summed up by Singaporean poet Alfian Sa’at’s words:

“Singapore you are not my country”:
As I pointed out many times. Singapore is in a damn too important strategic location, the west won't have a good sleep when ethnic Chinese was in charge.

Singapore LKY knew it very well, but fooled them around for so many years by the elections show every couple of years.

It's time for Singapore to back to true meritocracy, avoid US style plutocracy.

Chomsky: The United States Is Not A Democracy. Imo, it's Kleptocracy, or Plutocracy, kind of Dictatorship.
 

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