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S’poreans give Khaw Boon Wan 3 days to say sorry for transport woes

S’poreans give Khaw Boon Wan 3 days to say sorry for transport woes

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He is also made to retract statements suggesting things are better.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who take leadership cues from the PAP, are giving Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan three days to say sorry.

This after Khaw has been made to take responsibility for the nation’s transport woes over the last few years and given the ultimatum of apologising in Parliament.

He also needs to retract any statements made in Parliament that suggest public transportation in Singapore has become better when there is no evidence to support this is so, and that cheap public transport is not feasible.

One Singaporean, Jiang Soh Lee, said: “Transport Minister Khaw made these statements based on suspicions and not evidence. These comments were made to convince Singaporeans the current state of transportation is the best in all possible worlds.”

“This cannot be the case as Singaporeans have set out the facts on this issue over the past few years, showing that MRT breakdowns are not getting fewer nor shorter.”

“The tunnel even got flooded, if we remember correctly.”

Other locals said giving Khaw a chance to apologise would bode well for other PAP ministers.

Another Singaporean, Kee Zi Sah, said: “Once Khaw apologises, it will open the floodgates for other ministers to come forward to apologise.”

“Once they are done, Khaw can then commit hara-kiri.”

“This will be followed by others.”

“But by so refusing, his conduct falls short of the standard of integrity and honor expected of all members. I must, therefore, put the honorable member on notice, and the rest of the House too, that if he repeats such dishonorable conduct, I will refer the matter to the Committee of Non-apologies.”

 





S’poreans can’t wait to hear PM Lee Hsien Loong say sorry at GE2015 lunch time rally

S’poreans can’t wait to hear PM Lee Hsien Loong say sorry at GE2015 lunch time rally

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Singaporeans will be upset if the prime minister doesn’t apologise again.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who are part of the politically-active citizenry, have come out to say that they cannot wait for General Election 2015 to kick off.

This after Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong revealed in parliament on July 13, 2015, that the Electoral Boundaries Review Committee (EBRC), comprised of civil servants, was secretly formed two months ago, signalling that the GE will be starting very soon as gerrymandering is being carried out.

One Singaporean, Gao Zhen Zhi, said PM Lee’s reluctance to admit publicly that the EDRC had already been formed is understandable, as no one would want to highlight the fact that he would be apologising publicly very soon: “If I was PM Lee I would also not want to draw attention to it as election starting again means he will probably need to apologise for mistakes made the last four years.”

“So I am looking forward to this GE2015 as it is a good time to see PM Lee say sorry again during his lunchtime rally at Boat Quay next to UOB Plaza.”

“If he doesn’t apologise, Singaporeans would feel like something is amiss, as this must be a staple every election from GE2011 onward.”

Other Singaporeans said witnessing PAP politicians admit to the electorate that they had not done as well as expected and then pleading with voters to be given another chance at political office will always be a sight to behold.

Another local, Qu Tou Piao, said: “I enjoy seeing rallies where the PAP leaders address a crowd of a few hundred people. It is so demoralisng for them as they have always believed they are high and mighty and given some strong mandate to rule.”

“What’s more, I feel empowered seeing political leaders grovel for votes.”

“It’s all very cathartic.”

At press time, other voters are betting that other cabinet ministers would also be apologising publicly during the upcoming rallies.

 

 

 

 

 







S’poreans look forward to seeing PM Lee Hsien Loong say sorry at GE2015 lunch time rally

S’poreans look forward to seeing PM Lee Hsien Loong say sorry at GE2015 lunch time rally

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Main highlight of upcoming hustings period.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who are part of the politically-active citizenry, have come out to say that they cannot wait for General Election 2015 to kick off.

This after Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong revealed in parliament on July 13, 2015, that the Electoral Boundaries Review Committee (EBRC), comprised of civil servants, was secretly formed two months ago, signalling that the GE will be starting very soon as gerrymandering is being carried out.

One Singaporean, Gao Zhen Zhi, said PM Lee’s reluctance to admit publicly that the EDRC had already been formed is understandable, as no one would want to highlight the fact that he would be apologising publicly very soon: “If I was PM Lee I would also not want to draw attention to it as election starting again means he will probably need to apologise for mistakes made the last four years.”

“So I am looking forward to this GE2015 as it is a good time to see PM Lee say sorry again during his lunchtime rally at Boat Quay next to UOB Plaza.”

“If he doesn’t apologise, Singaporeans would feel like something is amiss, as this must be a staple every election from GE2011 onward.”

Other Singaporeans said witnessing PAP politicians admit to the electorate that they had not done as well as expected and then pleading with voters to be given another chance at political office will always be a sight to behold.

Another local, Qu Tou Piao, said: “I enjoy seeing rallies where the PAP leaders address a crowd of a few hundred people. It is so demoralisng for them as they have always believed they are high and mighty and given some strong mandate to rule.”

“What’s more, I feel empowered seeing political leaders grovel for votes.”

“It’s all very cathartic.”

At press time, other voters are betting that other cabinet ministers would also be apologising publicly during the upcoming rallies.

 

 

 

 

 





S’poreans apologise to SMRT for dry humping one another at Lakeside MRT station

S’poreans apologise to SMRT for dry humping one another at Lakeside MRT station

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They also personally say sorry to SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek.

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Singaporeans from the west side of Singapore, who like to take the MRT train because cars are for rich people, have gone on their knees and repeatedly say sorry to SMRT and its CEO and ask for their forgiveness.

This after many Singaporeans were caught on camera dry humping one another at Lakeside MRT station at about 740am on Oct. 22, 2014.

The incident showed clearly the perpetrators of this gross inappropriate indecent act in action and enjoying every moment of it.

 
Lai Zuo Ai, one of the commuters caught in the sandwich of sweaty human bodies plastered against each other in a sexually-charged way, said: “I would like to apologise to SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek for my actions. I feel disgusted by my own behaviour. I shouldn’t do this kind of things in public. Not anymore, at least.”

This act of contrition was met with agreement from other commuters who were caught up in the dry humping experience.

Another local, Qu Sio Gan, said: “I am sorry, SMRT. This is not right. I am not at liberty to thrust like this.”

“And we the commuters are sorry that we caused your MRT train to break down again. We should not have left the house at the same time and take the train at the same time. We are outraged that we should all go to work and school at the same time.”

“The SMRT CEO should not have to deal with this kind of inconsiderate behaviour of commuters since he is paid so much money every month. This kind of problems is really beyond him.”

 

More SMRT stories:

S’poreans apologise to SMRT CEO for causing his trains to frequently break down

AMARE launches official complaint against SMRT’s violent ad against men

SMRT to replace bus drivers with NSFs

Indonesia apologises to S’pore, PM Lee sends Friend Request to Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

Indonesia apologises to S’pore, PM Lee sends Friend Request to Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

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BFF again.

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Singapore and Indonesia are best of friends again after the archipelago of a thousand islands apologised to the Little Red Dot.

Indonesia had said it is very, very sorry for naming a vessel after known terrorists who came to Singapore to reorganise MacDonald House in 1965.

She also said she did not know what had gotten into her and liken the naming of the vessels to an episode of drunk texting.

In response, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has sent a Friend Request to Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono via Facebook.

The pair were not friends in February and March after PM Lee unfriended Susilo on Facebook in retaliation for naming the vessels after terrorists.

Sources close to this news said they have started to candy crush.