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S’poreans notice BreadTalk management board have not committed hara-kiri for lapses

Posted on 06 August 2015

Failure to kill themselves can be traced to Khaw Boon Wan’s failure to kill himself because of lapses.


Singaporeans from all walks of life who are attentive to current affairs have noted down in their dairies that the management at BreadTalk have not committed hara-kiri for causing lapses to occur.

This after BreadTalk was caught red-handed repackaging Yeo’s soya bean milk into bottles and then selling them at a much higher price in their shops island-wide.

This has caused Singaporeans to come out to say that BreadTalk management’s inaction in the face of such glaring lapses is actually characteristic of PAP’s and National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan’s inaction in the face of glaring lapses.

One Singaporean, Qu Zhi Sha, said: “BreadTalk management should have taken their own lives immediately once their lapses were discovered because Minister Khaw said kill yourself because of lapses.”

“But so far, they have done nothing. And this is actually characteristic of PAP and Minister Khaw in general.”

“As a proponent of hara-kiri as a way of atonement and taking responsibility, Minister Khaw should have also just gone ahead and committed hara-kiri without delay when lapses were discovered in his Sembawang GRC.”

“Is it really so difficult for PAP leaders to lead by example?”

“However, we all can tell that this is characteristic of them. They like to say one thing and do another.”

“For example, they like to tell Singaporeans to raise productivity. But do PAP MPs raise their own productivity?”

“And they like to tell Singaporeans to be more comfortable with competition from foreigners. But do PAP MPs face competition from foreigners too?”

“The last time I checked, only Singaporeans are allowed to run for parliament.”

At press time, Singaporeans said they are willing to lend their knives from their homes for the BreadTalk management to use.






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