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S’porean boys seek MP Zainudin Nordin for help to defer NS

Posted on 13 May 2013

His Meet-The-People Sessions expected to hit full house every week.

NS? Never heard of it.

NS? Never heard of it.

Singaporean boys from all households and income levels are seeking Bishan-Toa Payoh PAP MP Zainudin Nordin for help.

They are asking him to help them defer their National Service stint forever, after finding out that he had not served NS but watched Ah Boys To Men and pretended to know what it feels like to do the real thing.

One 17-year-old Singaporean boy, Mai Zho Peng, said: “If my MP can do it, I don’t see why I can’t. After all, he can be a role model and he represents all Singaporeans, right?”

Singaporeans who have initially sought help from other venues are now turning to MP Zainudin instead.

One mother, Jin Chao Keng, said: “That time I go ask the Pasir Ris-Punggol MP Janil Puthucheary, no use one, ex-Malaysian.”

She continued: “But now I know the secret to success already. Don’t do NS can become MP next time!”

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  • http://twitter.com/hayat_shah Shahnawaz

    In the early days of our independence it was common for Malays to be excluded from NS. I have an uncle who never served as well. Instead of vilifying him, we should be asking ourselves why educated Chinese people in this country are unaware of this exclusion. #skeletonsinthecloset

    Some joker on EDMW actually said, “if u really love your country, if you never get called up, you also will find means and ways to appeal and enlist.”

    This one Malay say MACAM PAHAM.