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Yaacob Ibrahim to police Internet by himself

Posted on 05 June 2013

Cabinet minister turns into online vigilante, Singaporeans believe he was bitten by a radioactive kutu.

Singaporeans from all walks of life and socio-economic caste are waiting with bated breath and pregnant pause — as Minister of Cabinet Yaacob Ibrahim is turning himself into an Internet vigilante.

This after it was revealed at an exclusive press conference yesterday attended by privileged members of the mainstream media through invite-only that Yaacob Ibrahim is going to police the Internet by himself.

Kutu Man, Kutu Man/ Does whatever a kutu can/ Polices the Web, any size/ Issue license, you don't have choice/ Look out, here comes the Kutu Man

Kutu Man, Kutu Man/ Does whatever a kutu can/ Polices the Web, any size/ Issue license, you don’t have choice/ Look out, here comes the Kutu Man

This follows a line of reasoning that Yaacob Ibrahim had strung together late last month where he said:

“We will amend the Broadcasting Act next year, with a view to ensure that any other sites which are hosted overseas but reporting on Singapore news, are also brought into the licensing framework.”

“But, if they are transmitting news to Singaporeans and Singapore is their target market, then we will have to do something about it.”

Singaporeans from all walks of life applaud Yaacob Ibrahim, as with great power, comes great responsibility.

Zhen Zhu Ren, a local said: “He can use his kutu senses after being bitten by a radioactive kutu.”

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  • kutuman

    it should be “zi zhu ren” 😛

    • New Nation

      Shit our China not very good…

    • CheenaPiang

      actually it’s “zhi zhu ren” 😛

      • New Nation

        You kids can go fight it out ya…

  • irvin

    to the MP who likes to post the quotation of the famous on his FB, i would like to introduce him a chinese proverb about Yaacob being an internet vigilate, here goes:
    a mantis trying to stop a chariot. meaning, to overrate oneself n attempt something impossible.

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