Tag Archive | "hara-kiri"

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

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

Tags: , ,


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

breadtalk-shop

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.

 

 

 

 

 









S’poreans notice Khaw Boon Wan still alive

S’poreans notice Khaw Boon Wan still alive

Tags: ,


This is characteristic of PAP’s “say one thing, do another thing” behaviour.

khaw-boon-wan-pray

Singaporeans from all walks of life who are attentive to current affairs have noted down in their dairies that National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan is still alive.

This after Minister Khaw should have ended his own life when it was discovered that a Citizens’ Consultative Committees chairman from Admiralty CCC, which comes under the purview of the minister as he is the MP for Sembawang GRC, was found by the Auditor-General’s Office to have approved his own claims totalling S$114,767, in some instances, without supporting documents.

This has caused Singaporeans to come out to say that Minister’s inaction in the face of such glaring lapses is actually characteristic of PAP in general.

One Singaporean, Qu Zhi Sha, said: “As a proponent of hara-kiri as a way of atonement and taking responsibility for lapses, Minister Khaw should have just gone ahead with it without delay.”

“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.”

 

 

 

 

 





S’poreans put Khaw Boon Wan on 24-hour suicide watch surveillance

S’poreans put Khaw Boon Wan on 24-hour suicide watch surveillance

Tags: , ,


They wait with bated breath.

khaw-boon-wan-hara-kiri

Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe in taking responsibility for one’s lapses, are waiting with bated breath for National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan to perform hara-kiri.

This after a Citizens’ Consultative Committees chairman from Admiralty CCC was found by the Auditor-General’s Office to have approved his own claims totalling S$114,767, in some instances, without supporting documents.

The grassroots leader comes under the purview of Khaw Boon Wan as he is the MP for Sembawang GRC.

One Singaporean, Mai Tu Leow, said Minister Khaw has no choice but to commit hara-kiri now: “Wasn’t he the one who said people who caused lapses to occur must commit suicide via hara-kiri as a matter of atonement and accepting responsibility for failure?”

“We should put him on 24-hour suicide watch surveillance then.”

Other Singaporeans said they are willing to sponsor the sword.

Another local, Pah Lang Toh, said adhering to the hara-kiri tradition is necessary to uphold moral values in Singapore: “Now, now, now, now, now, now.”

“And why no other ministers come out and say this is ‘fraud’ and ‘criminal activity’? Where is all the jumping up and down proclaiming righteous indignation?”

 

 

 

 

 





S’poreans commit suicide twice in one day after causing MRT to break down two times

S’poreans commit suicide twice in one day after causing MRT to break down two times

Tags: , , , , , ,


They managed to die two times in a day even though they were busy.

east-west-line-break-down

Singaporeans from all walks of life had to commit suicide two times on March 3, 2015, once during the morning rush hour at 7.30am and the second time in the evening at 5.45pm.

This after Singaporeans personally took responsibility for causing the Circle Line MRT to break down in the morning and the East West Line to spoil in the evening, as they all went to take the train at the same time, which caused difficulties to occur.

One Singaporean Mei You Kong, said he was not going to let his busy day at work get in the way of killing himself two times together with other fellow Singaporeans for causing the lapses: “I see it as my personal responsibility to commit suicide twice in one day even though I was busy at work.”

“This is the PAP way of doing things. If you foul something up, you must take out a knife and commit hara-kiri on the spot.”

“If not, it is considered an abdication of duty.”

Other Singaporeans said committing suicide twice a day is not a big deal as they foresee themselves committing suicide often in the future, with more train breakdowns to be expected.

Qu Si Le, a Singaporean woman, said: “As a Singaporean, I deserve to die as I keep making things spoil and causing lapses.”

“In my Facebook About Me section, I already listed ‘Committing Suicide’ as a hobby alongside ‘Wake Boarding’ and ‘Pole Dancing’.”

“I believe all Singaporeans must give this committing suicide thing a try. It is good for you.”

“I believe the PAP should join in too.”

 

Everybody can commit suicide together:

S’poreans accept blame for Circle Line rush hour disruption, will commit suicide for lapses

Numerous PAP MPs put on 24-hour suicide watch after Khaw Boon Wan said commit suicide because of lapses

S’poreans apologise to Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew for causing public transport fares to increase again

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

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

Numerous PAP MPs put on 24-hour suicide watch after Khaw Boon Wan said commit suicide because of lapses

Numerous PAP MPs put on 24-hour suicide watch after Khaw Boon Wan said commit suicide because of lapses

Tags: , ,


Quite a number of PAP MPs expected to take their own lives.

image

Unable to stand incompetent overpaid dead weights who cannot do their jobs properly as required, National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan told parliament on Feb. 12, 2015 that MPs who caused lapses to occur must commit suicide via hara-kiri, as a matter of atonement and accepting responsibility for failure.

Following his speech in Parliament, security staff were seen rushing to put a number of PAP MPs deemed to be of the greatest threat to themselves on 24-hour suicide watch surveillance.

Several of these MPs expected to take their own lives include ex-Home Affairs minister Wong Kan Seng, Minister of State Desmond Lee, Vivian Balakrishnan and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

This is followed by Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew, ex-National Development Minister Mah Bow Tan, Minister for Communications Yaacob Ibrahim and also Khaw Boon Wan himself, as a result of the recent Sengkang columbarium oversight.

Khaw’s demand in parliament for self-immolation has caused the Elections Department to update the electoral roll, in preparation for by-elections as and when MPs start passing away.

Singaporeans who heard of Khaw’s self-sacrificial suggestion, said they fully agree and can come up with at least 40 to 50 names from PAP off the top of their heads who should end their own lives unconditionally and immediately.

Qu Zi Sha, a local, said there was no doubt that out of the whole Cabinet, only Finance Minister and overall statesman Tharman Shanmugaratnam can spare his own life: “I believe the first few to go are the Minister in charge of transport and that guy who was responsible for letting Mas Selamat run away.”

“This is followed by a host of others, including but not limited to Seng Han Thong, Lim Swee Say and eventually, Tin Pei Ling.”

“Ya, Tin Pei Ling is not even important enough to be tasked to do anything important, let alone commit lapses.”

“But that’s the point. She should just go. She’s just making up the numbers.”

 

Khaw Boon Wan got amnesia:

S’poreans agree with Khaw Boon Wan: ‘We can’t remember the last time anyone used religion to make money’