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Murali to teach Elected Presidency Malay candidate how to win by having 4 names

Posted on 15 November 2016

Murali, Mur Ali, Mura Lee and Michael Paul.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe in relying on strategic decisions to get ahead in life, are urging Murali to teach the Malay candidate for the upcoming Elected Presidency how to win.

This after the PAP MP won the Bukit Batok by-election convincingly in May 2016 against a straight Chinese man.

One Singaporean, Mi Mee, said: “The secret to Murali’s electoral success was that he utilised four names to appeal to the four races in Singapore.”

“To reach the Chinese, he called himself ‘Mura Lee‘. To reach the Malays, he called himself ‘Mur Ali‘. To reach the Others, he called himself ‘Michael Paul‘.”

“To reach his own community, he remained as ‘Murali’.”

Other locals said this bodes well for the upcoming Elected Presidency in Singapore.

Another local, Ma Lai Ren, said: “Being a minority is no barrier to winning the popular vote.”

“Murali’s victory shows that either he is a sorcerer or Singaporeans are not racist.”







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