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Sense of serenity overwhelms Changi Prison as Serina Wee converts all inmates

Sense of serenity overwhelms Changi Prison as Serina Wee converts all inmates

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They all one with the Universe now.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who are in Changi Prison because Singapore obviously still has a blame culture, are feeling at bliss and at ease with themselves, the system and the Universe.

This after an overwhelming sense of serenity fell on Changi Prison as Serina Wee has converted all the inmates within two days of being imprisoned.

One Singaporean inmate, Zuo Huai Shi, said: “I am now one with the Universe and The Goddess Of Nectar And All Things Divine.”

“I denounce my previous life as a sinner and a menace to society.”

“Take me as I am.”

Other locals outside of prison said the transformative power of Serina Wee cannot be underestimated.

One local, Tan Pee Nee, who is staying in the east side of Singapore around Simei, said: “No wonder this morning when I woke up I felt so relaxed and blessed.”

“It’s like I turned over a new leaf just because Simei is in the vicinity of Changi.”

At press time, Tampines, Simei and East Coast residents all feel they belong to a higher power and are one too.

 

 

 

 

 

 





Changi Prison to free all prisoners as S’pore does away with blame culture

Changi Prison to free all prisoners as S’pore does away with blame culture

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No more blame so no one will ever be wrong again.

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Changi Prison inmates from all walks of life, who were blamed for committing crimes and were put away to atone for their mistakes, will be set free.

This after Health Minister Gan Kim Yong said in Parliament that Singapore must not foster a blame culture where the names and punishments of the staff from the Ministry of Health (MOH) and Singapore General Hospital (SGH) are revealed publicly, in the wake of the Hepatitis C outbreak last year.

Instead, a learning culture needs to be fostered and all Singaporeans need to know is that four MOH officers holding Director-level or equivalent roles and 12 SGH leaders including senior management were punished.

Qu Zuo Lao, a Singaporean who did not commit crime and is not in prison, said he agrees with Singapore’s decision to do away with a blame culture: “We must set loose all the prisoners onto the streets as blame is something Singapore will no longer tolerate.”

“Singapore must strive to be a ‘Learn’ society, instead of a ‘Blame’ society.”

“All prisoners must be back on the streets so that they can learn how not to be blamed by the people around them.”

“And the best way for people who did wrong, to never be wrong again, is to not be faulted.”

“This way, no one in Singapore will ever be wrong again as everyone is always learning.”

At press time, the Singapore public is demanding the words “blame” and “wrong” to forever be removed from the national lexicon, but anyone who still says it out loud or write it in bold will still be right and learning.

No one is ever wrong in Singapore.

Posted by We Are Kanina on Tuesday, April 5, 2016

 

 

 

 

 











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