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S’poreans disappointed Amos Yee not doing enough to avoid NS call-up

Posted on 29 May 2016

He can do more.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who think conspiratorially, have looked at one another with a side glance and shook their head collectively.

This after they came to the enlightened realisation that teenage anarchist Amos Yee might not be doing enough to get out of serving his National Service stint.

This after Yee posted a video on his own YouTube channel alleging he was assaulted at Jurong Point. This follows news that he is going on trial to faces eight new charges for his online antics barely a year after he was jailed the first time.

The 17-year-old, who is out of school, will most likely be due for NS call-up soon.

One Singaporean, Hock Kian Peng, who served as a store man during NS because he always has an unexplained pain in his knee and reports sick often to get Attend C from the Medical Officer, said: “I have seen all kinds of things before when I went to report sick, but this one, this one is special.”

“This kind is confirm chao keng. Keng until to the max. Keng until Medical Board. Keng until Pes F. Like that you think got any unit dare to let him handle rifle?”

“There is really no other explanation that can account for this behaviour. This one seems hell bent on something else altogether. Not just normal deliquency, not just truancy or sexual frustration.”

“And this one seems too well-planned.”

“If he pulls it off, he will be the most chao keng kia in Singapore’s history of chao keng kias.”

“But alas, the military will still call him up to serve NS because he is still not doing enough.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





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