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S’poreans see through Amos Yee’s grand plan: Doing everything he can to get out of NS

S’poreans see through Amos Yee’s grand plan: Doing everything he can to get out of NS

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That is the goal, they believe.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who think conspiratorially, have looked at one another with a side glance and nodded knowingly.

This after they came to the enlightened realisation that teenage anarchist Amos Yee might be doing everything he is currently doing to get out of serving his National Service stint.

The 16-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.”

 

Amos Yee under the microscope:

Religious letter writer writes to Amos Yee ex-bailor Vincent Law after molest accusation: ‘Turn the other cheek’

Amos Yee held in remand was the best thing that happened to his prison cell mates in a while

Shadowy State manipulated Amos Yee to make molest allegation, turn on his own side

S’pore bestowed with new martyr as Amos Yee found guilty & convicted

 

 

 

 

 











Carl’s Jr openly challenges S’pore’s obscenity laws with titillating ad after Amos Yee conviction

Carl’s Jr openly challenges S’pore’s obscenity laws with titillating ad after Amos Yee conviction

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Fast food joint looking to titillate youths with in-your-face innuendo.

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Young Singaporeans from all walks of life who are easily influenced by the things they see and hear about online and offline have come forward to admit they are aroused by a Carl’s Jr advertisement.

This after the amount of attention paid to this ad increased due to the recent verdict given by the judge at the Amos Yee trial, where she ruled that youths in Singapore are easily titillated by the things they read and hear about and run the risk of losing their morals.

One youth, Zhen Bian Tai, who agreed with the judge that teenagers are easily aroused and are uncontrollable animals driven by instinct and a pursuit of pleasure, said: “When I see this Carl’s Jr advertisement with the words ‘BIG BREASTS’, I feel like committing molest and incest, after which, I would buy this burger to eat to satisfy my other deep-seated desires.”

Lawyers interviewed said the ad could potentially violate moral values in Singapore society, as the words “BIG BREASTS” are accompanied by fleshy, firm lumps of meat, albeit avian ones, which can still be construed as meat that can induce pleasure.

One lawyer, Shang Fa Ting, said: “There is no doubt youths will act on their baser desires when they see this ad. Better call police.”

“I should turn myself in too, just in case I go on a sexual rampage.”

 

Why eat Carl’s Jr when you can have battleship?:

S’pore to rename all ‘steam boat restaurants’ as ‘battleship restaurants’ to honour Lee Kuan Yew

 





Religious letter writer writes to Amos Yee ex-bailor Vincent Law after molest accusation: ‘Turn the other cheek’

Religious letter writer writes to Amos Yee ex-bailor Vincent Law after molest accusation: ‘Turn the other cheek’

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For the meek shall inherit the earth.

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Dear Vincent Law,

I read about the issue of teenager Amos Yee writing on The Facebook accusing you, a Christian counsellor, of molest as part of trolling the mainstream media.

This was after you had paid $20,000 in bail money for Amos out of the kindness of your Christian heart, and in return, was subjected to a baseless accusation that has sullied your good name.

You have, in response, replied that you are exploring your legal options if Amos does not issue an unreserved apology and retract his accusation.

I would like to weigh in at this juncture with my opinions and write to you as a fellow highly religious person.

Think about it: If it is defensible to defend Amos Yee’s right to free speech previously even after he offended many Christians, why are you now being placed in a situation where you are required to draw a fine line demarcating where free speech ends and where responsibility begins?

Why are you suddenly made to be a judge of matters of freedom and democracy in a country like Singapore?

Is this tricky situation you are being placed in the result of a bored manipulative anarchist teenager testing the patience of Christians? Or is this the result of being back-stabbed by a restless youth testing the limits of speech in Singapore by making you the victim?

Is your current situation the cause of your own kindness that didn’t pay off?

Who knows? Because all we know is that your predicament was a result of God putting you in a difficult situation to test your will. Everything happens for a reason. And only God knows why.

From Jonah to Noah to Moses, we have seen how the Lord Our God has put others before us in difficult situations.

You are not the first. Neither will you be the last. Take comfort in this knowledge, my brother.

Therefore, instead of suing Amos, why not practise what is preached and turn the other cheek?

This will be a highly religious thing to do and I strongly recommend it.

For it has been written: The meek shall inherit the earth.

“The meek” denotes strength brought under control. In the biblical sense, being meek describes one who has channelled his strengths into the service of God.

Instead of seeking legal recourse, stay focused on continuing to do good Christian work.

As long as your conscience is clear, you are right with God.

By pursuing the issue, you will only grant him more publicity.

And he will most likely say you molested him again.

Yours sincerely,
A Highly Religious Person

 

Actually it’s the State’s fault:

Shadowy State manipulated Amos Yee to make molest allegation, turn on his own side

 





Shadowy State manipulated Amos Yee to make molest allegation, turn on his own side

Shadowy State manipulated Amos Yee to make molest allegation, turn on his own side

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If Amos Yee thought he manipulated the media, he better think again.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who are digesting popcorn while watching the whole Amos Yee accuse his ex-bailor of molest hullabaloo boil over, are shaking their heads while revealing a smirk as they collectively acknowledged the naivety of Amos Yee.

This after the teenager bragged about how his accusation that his ex-bailor had molested him was all part of an elaborate trolling hoax to manipulate the media, which he wants to demonstrate is useless in Singapore.

However, Singaporeans who know better, said it is in fact Amos Yee who is being manipulated by the shadowy State into doing their bidding unknowingly.

One Singaporean, Zhen Chong Ming, who acknowledges the role of shadowy State actors, said: “If Amos Yee thinks he is so smart to have outwitted the media with his trolling antics, then the overlords of the system have so perfectly duped the teenager, to the extent, he failed to understand he is but a pawn.”

“This is an attempt by shadowy State actors to make the Liberal Left turn on itself and to make them implode from within via the use of anarchy.”

“If anyone thinks it was Amos Yee who manipulated the media for shit and giggles, they’re wrong.”

“It is Amos Yee who had been manipulated to make those statements against the very people fighting against oppressive state apparatuses for his right to express himself.”

At press time, the shadowy State actors are plotting something even more shadowier.

 

Predictions of what Amos Yee is going to do after he had been found guilty and convicted:

6 things Amos Yee can do now that he has been found guilty and convicted

 





6 things Amos Yee can do now that he has been found guilty and convicted

6 things Amos Yee can do now that he has been found guilty and convicted

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All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.

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1. Make another video pretty much saying the same things about Lee Kuan Yew and Christians as his previous video

This will test the resolve of the public to see if they are willing to go through with this whole hullabaloo again.

 

2. Make more videos pretty much saying the same things about Lee Kuan Yew and Christians as his previous video and compile all of them in his YouTube channel and make money from advertising

This will really really test the resolve of the nation.

 

3. Draw more inappropriate cartoons featuring Lee Kuan Yew and Margaret Thatcher in compromising positions

This will test the media theory that audiences will get desensitised to certain images after repeated exposure.

 

4. Make tribute videos to those Singaporeans who called the police on him in the first place

Thank them for their attention and for making a martyr out of him.

 

5. Make a video thanking the police, judiciary and pretty much everyone else during these trying times

He will then explain to them that after all he has been through, he will defend their right to express themselves.

 

6. Tell his mom and dad he loves them despite all that he has done

And thank the slapper for his shot at disciplining him, while explaining patiently he will defend his right to express himself too.

 

Bonus point:

Start a class on public speaking and promise guaranteed results for students who follow his formula to gaining attention.

 

Singapore has a new martyr:

S’pore bestowed with new martyr as Amos Yee found guilty & convicted

 





S’pore bestowed with new martyr as Amos Yee found guilty & convicted

S’pore bestowed with new martyr as Amos Yee found guilty & convicted

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Step aside Chee Soon Juan, we have a new martyr in town.

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A new martyr has been bestowed on Singapore on May 12, 2015.

This after teenager Amos Yee was found guilty and convicted of two charges for making people feel sad with his words and pictures.

Singaporeans from all walks of life, who go about their days feeling fine and unmolested by Amos Yee’s words until he was suddenly arrested and convicted and thrust into the spotlight, said his punishment would send a strong message.

Qu Zuo Lao, a local, said: “Finding Amos guilty is making a strong statement: It is getting increasingly easier to become a martyr in Singapore.”

“All you need these days is an Internet connection. You don’t even need to protest in person in public. In the past, Chee Soon Juan had to protest in person and even then, did not receive much coverage. Now, you can just be an activist from home.”

Another Singaporean, Jin Hum Ji, said: “This will deter those who do not have as much guts to not follow in Amos Yee’s footsteps.”

“And then those who have the guts will now have a blueprint to follow and aspire to be the next Amos Yee. Great.”

At press time, other Singaporeans said the state’s ability to make martyrs out of nobodies is unrivalled.

 

When is it okay to slap a child?:

Jailing Amos Yee’s slapper shows it’s okay to hit a child in public only if it’s your own kid

 





Jailing Amos Yee’s slapper shows it’s okay to hit a child in public only if it’s your own kid

Jailing Amos Yee’s slapper shows it’s okay to hit a child in public only if it’s your own kid

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No one would have called the police if it was his own parent who did it.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who agree that you spoil the child when you spare the rod, said they understand the court’s ruling for sentencing the man who slapped Amos Yee in public to three weeks jail time.

One Singaporean, Sai Yee Bah, said: “This is a clear message from the courts that it is not okay to slap a child in public across the face, especially if it is not your own child.”

“But it would have been okay to slap a child across the face like how the man slapped Amos Yee if it is your own child. When that happens, it is called ‘discipline’ and it will be a parent’s god-given responsibility.”

“Otherwise, it is abuse and you will be liable for jail time.”

Other Singaporeans said the 49-year-old man, Neo Gim Huah, who admitted to voluntarily causing hurt to the teenager, has greatly helped clarify the law in Singapore with his premeditated actions.

Da Xiao Ren, a local, said: “No one would have been outraged or called the police if the slapper was Amos Yee’s parent.”

“Therefore, this incident clearly highlights some of the problematic areas with the law in Singapore when it comes to disciplining children by parents, in particular, as the punishment dished out can be brutal but still not considered abuse as it is justified as being familial.”

 

Let them mingle will help soothe tensions, no? No.:

Adults who assault teenagers in public will be made to hang out with youths as part of rehabilitation

 





Church was asked to leave Amos Yee in 2013

Church was asked to leave Amos Yee in 2013

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Organisation’s beliefs incompatible with 21st century.

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Contrary to previous news reports, further clarifications have revealed that it was in fact the church that was asked to leave Amos Yee in 2013 for various reasons and not vice versa.

The teenager, who posted a YouTube video in March 2015 that made some people feel sad, had held views that were compatible with the 21st century, but were not embraced by the organisation.

Ke Xue Jia, a local who is familiar with the concept of modernity while at the same time aware of the beliefs and teachings of the organisation, said: “There is no doubt that the organisation was asked to leave Amos Yee, who is a growing and thinking person keeping up with the times. The organisation, on the other hand, is having a hard time staying relevant today as it is constantly mired in the past and still latching on to discredited notions.”

“Take for example, turning water into wine. It is not something that can be experimentally replicated, but it hasn’t stopped the organisation from retelling the incident as if it were fact.”

“Fundamentally, a lot of the teachings by the organisation do not gel with 21st century concepts. Things like ‘Resurrection’ and ‘Papal Infallibility’ have no backing in reality and serve no purpose in the present democratic traditions, where egalitarianism and moral culpability are far more pressing ideals that ought to be embraced.”

 

Famous Amos:

Arrest reporters for abetting crime as they failed to chase after Amos Yee attacker

Amos Yee held in remand was the best thing that happened to his prison cell mates in a while

S’poreans not surprised if the guy in red shirt who slapped Amos Yee turned out to be his bailor

Amos Yee’s arrest signals S’pore’s commitment to light-touch Internet approach

 



Arrest reporters for abetting crime as they failed to chase after Amos Yee attacker

Arrest reporters for abetting crime as they failed to chase after Amos Yee attacker

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If they saw a woman get molested, will they also not act?

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Singaporeans from all walks of life who enjoy feeling self-righteous have called on the authorities to arrest the reporters on the scene outside the State Court where teenager Amos Yee was slapped by a man in a red shirt.

This after the incident was caught on camera by various members of the media and it showed none of the reporters on the scene who witnessed what happened assist Yee by giving chase after his assailant.

One Singaporean, Sai Ji Pah, said: “If the reporters saw a woman get molested, will they also not chase after the perpetrator of the act?”

“There seems to be a clear double standard applied here. The reporters’ inaction in the face of assault is tantamount to abetting a crime.”

“Their behaviour is unlike the actions of foreign workers in Singapore who would step in to help at any given moment.”

“This is also an example of what our world class education system has failed to inculcate: Moral responsibility.”

“The Bystander Effect is strong with this one.”

 

The difference between foreigners and Singaporeans:

Changi Airport to be renamed Subramanian Shanmuganathan Airport in honour of heroic foreign worker

S’poreans not surprised if the guy in red shirt who slapped Amos Yee turned out to be his bailor

S’poreans not surprised if the guy in red shirt who slapped Amos Yee turned out to be his bailor

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Anyone who loses $20,000 overnight is entitled to feel this way.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life who enjoy schadenfreude said they will not be surprised if the guy in red shirt who slapped Amos Yee outside the State Courts turned out to be his bailor.

This after the teenager broke the terms of his $20,000 bond by posting new content online even though he was not supposed to as his case is before the courts.

One Singaporean, Lang Fei Qian, said: “I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if the man in red might have been the one posting bail. The slap was for wasting $20,000 of cold hard cash.”

However, not all Singaporeans felt this way.

Another Singaporean, Yee Ba Zhang, said slapping Amos Yee is to reinforce the message that dissent of any sort will not be tolerated in Singapore: “Being hostile to dissent was a condition Singaporeans growing up in the 70s and 80s would have been familiar with but have forgotten with the advent of the Internet and recently the explosion of social media.”

“This will help get the message across.”

 

Why there was no dissent in Singapore last time:

Mechanical ventilation machine in ICU continues functioning because of Lee Kuan Yew

Amos Yee held in remand was the best thing that happened to his prison cell mates in a while

Amos Yee held in remand was the best thing that happened to his prison cell mates in a while

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Cell mates admit they will miss him.

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Cell mates who shared the same living space as Amos Yee over the weekend when the teenager was held in remand after no one bailed him out, said they enjoyed his company and will “miss the kid”.

This after the former child actor kept his fellow inmates entertained with trivia and his antics to pass the time.

Qu Zuo Lao, one of the inmates, said the 16-year-old’s presence was the best thing that happened to him the last several yaers he was inside: “He was a ball of energy. He entertained us with jokes he learnt surfing the Internet and even did a skit about how general election candidates speak.”

“He talks with this funny accent. In this Hokkien-speaking environment, it was hilarious. He taught us English and we taught him dialect.”

Other inmates said they were not aware that the teenager was a former child actor but said it made sense on hindsight.

Another inmate, Orh Dao Png, said: “He struck up a conversation with one prisoner and then a whole bunch of us were enthralled by his mannerisms and ideas. We hit it off instantaneously.”

“It was almost as if he was put in prison because he was someone who had ideas that are not accepted by society yet. We ended up having long discussions about philosophical questions in life.”

“I’ve been in prison the last 10 years and I was kind of glad to be speaking to someone who just came in and listening to their point-of-view.”

“I was like, ‘Wow, Singapore society has changed since the last time I was out there. The youths these days have a lot of strong independent opinions that are not mainstream’.”

Sources confirmed that the inmate was disappointed when he learnt that Amos Yee is the exception to the rule, as almost all other Singaporeans are still the same as 10 years ago and they are nowhere as critical or as outspoken as him.

 

Prison for all is the way to go:

Cancel March school holidays as collective punishment for student’s insensitive LKY death hoax

Amos Yee’s arrest signals S’pore’s commitment to light-touch Internet approach

Amos Yee’s arrest signals S’pore’s commitment to light-touch Internet approach

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He could have been banished to an off-shore island.

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Emphasisng the need not to resort to draconian methods as violent punishment, authorities said they would maintain a light-touch regulatory approach to governing the Internet in Singapore by continuing to cane and put in prison those whose online behaviour violates social norms.

Saying how they would refrain from using a wide array of other more violent sanctions, such as cutting off hands, tongues and ears, as such acts of barbarity will not be condoned publicly, Singapore’s choice of detention and imprisonment is the most humane method of reforming those who cross the line.

Singaporeans from all walks of life said they agree with Singapore’s light-touch approach as it will cast the country in a good light internationally.

One Singaporean, Qu Zuo Lao, said: “Singapore’s light-touch approach is clearly manifested in the Amos Yee case. He could have been banished to an off-shore island, locked up and the key thrown away.”

“Or he could have been summarily executed without the hassle of a public trial.”

“But all we’re seeing is him being arrested and charged in court. He could have had it much worse.”

 

Disappointing start to light-touch approach:

S’poreans risk letting Lee Kuan Yew down after only 15 police reports made against Amos Yee

S’poreans risk letting Lee Kuan Yew down after only 15 police reports made against Amos Yee

S’poreans risk letting Lee Kuan Yew down after only 15 police reports made against Amos Yee

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More police reports needed to show that Singaporeans do not take lightly anyone sullying LKY’s good name.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who paid their final respects to the late Lee Kuan Yew this past week during the seven-day period of mourning, are at risk of letting all that respect that was paid go to waste.

This after only 15 separate police reports were filed against Amos Yee, a 16-year-old who made a YouTube video sullying the good name of Lee Kuan Yew barely a week since his departure.

Poh Mah Tah, a Singaporean who is loyal to Lee Kuan Yew, said: “Singaporeans are at risk of letting Lee Kuan Yew down because so far, there has only been 15 police reports made against Amos Yee. This is unacceptable as the numbers are far too low.”

“It would be advisable to make approximately 1,000 police reports to show that Singaporeans do not allow take lightly what Amos Yee said.”

“And then another 2,000 police reports are needed to be made the next day to show that Singaporeans mean business. This will be followed by 3,000 police reports on the third day and 4,000 on the fourth day and so on.”

Other Singaporeans said reporting the matter to the authorities embodies a live-and-let-live attitude given the circumstances.

Another Singaporean, Hen Ren Zhen, said: “Singaporeans must live and let live. We must show Amos Yee that we are the bigger person by not hunting him down personally and threatening him by ourselves.”

“Instead, we should do the adult thing by not turning a deaf ear to his rants and ignoring what he has to say, but instead do the right thing and feel offended and then take it upon ourselves to go to the police and washing this issue clean off our hands.”

“This is because letting the authorities deal with something they are wholly ill-equipped to deal with — because no crime has even been committed via the posting of a video — would be the best definition of honouring Lee Kuan Yew’s legacy.”

 

Here is another adult thing to do to honour Lee Kuan Yew’s legacy:

Revoke S’porean citizenship of those who did not pay respects to Lee Kuan Yew

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