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Pray for PAP’s Koh Poh Koon as he is saddled with problems by having 2 cars

Pray for PAP’s Koh Poh Koon as he is saddled with problems by having 2 cars

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Poor thing.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who say a little prayer for those in times of distress, are conducting intercessory prayer sessions for PAP MP Koh Poh Koon.

This after a Land Transport Authority poster said: “We’re carefree because we’re car-free”.

One Singaporean, Hua Tua Qia, said: “There is no doubt whatsoever that PAP MP Koh Poh Koon is saddled with problems.”

“This is because he has one car and his wife also has one car. He must be burdened to death with multiple problems as a result.”

“I make it a point to pray for him everyday.”

Other locals said they will soon be taking the intercessory prayer sessions nation-wide as they recognise that more people might need help.

Another local, Qi Dao, said: “We intend to pray for all the PAP MPs in Parliament as they all have cars.”

“They no doubt are burdened with problems and we need to intercede on their behalf to lift the weight from their hearts.”

At press time, Singaporeans are praying for Minister Lawrence Wong as he has a car but still needs to tell other Singaporeans from all walks of life not to have a car.

 

 

 

 

 

 





Pray for PAP MP Koh Poh Koon as he is saddled with problems by having 2 cars

Pray for PAP MP Koh Poh Koon as he is saddled with problems by having 2 cars

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Poor thing.

koh-poh-koon-2-cars

Singaporeans from all walks of life, who say a little prayer for those in times of distress, are conducting intercessory prayer sessions for PAP MP Koh Poh Koon.

This after a Land Transport Authority poster said: “We’re carefree because we’re car-free”.

One Singaporean, Hua Tua Qia, said: “There is no doubt whatsoever that PAP MP Koh Poh Koon is saddled with problems.”

“This is because he has one car and his wife also has one car. He must be burdened to death with multiple problems as a result.”

“I make it a point to pray for him everyday.”

Other locals said they will soon be taking the intercessory prayer sessions nation-wide as they recognise that more people might need help.

Another local, Qi Dao, said: “We intend to pray for all the PAP MPs in Parliament as they all have cars.”

“They no doubt are burdened with problems and we need to intercede on their behalf to lift the weight from their hearts.”

At press time, Singaporeans are praying for Minister Lawrence Wong as he has a car but still needs to tell other Singaporeans from all walks of life not to have a car.

 

 

 

 

 

 





Fish refutes claim it was sedated, said PAP’s Koh Poh Koon was the one on general anaesthesia

Fish refutes claim it was sedated, said PAP’s Koh Poh Koon was the one on general anaesthesia

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He was hardly conscious and just going through motion, fish claims.

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The fish seen in a video flopping into the water motionlessly after it was released by PAP MP Koh Poh Koon has come out to refute claims that it was sedated.

This after Koh, who is the Minister of State for National Development, and Trade and Industry, addressed concerns via a Facebook post that the fish he was seen holding during his visit to a local fish farm on Monday, Jan. 18, was “dead”.

Koh explained that the fish had been anaesthetised with food grade clove oil so it would not struggle or get hurt while it was being held out of the water.

However, the fish said this is not true and the person who was sedated, was Koh himself.

The fish, which wanted to be known as Yu, said: “Can’t you tell who was sedated?”

“Do I look like the one who is simply going through motion?”

“If I was sedated, both of us are tied for first place for being like limp fish.”

“Because he obviously doesn’t know what he is doing, being a fish out of water and completely out of depth.”

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans react to Son of Punggol Koh Poh Koon feeling confident winning in Ang Mo Kio GRC during GE2015

S’poreans react to Son of Punggol Koh Poh Koon feeling confident winning in Ang Mo Kio GRC during GE2015

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Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.

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Son of Punggol Koh Poh Koon has migrated to Ang Mo Kio GRC to stand for the upcoming general election believed to be held before 2015 is over.

The 43-year-old said he is “more prepared” for the coming polls as part of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s six-person team following his defeat in the 2013 Punggol East by-election.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:

 

sian-half-auntie “If it were me, I would also be prepared to ride on coattails any day.”
Yia Leow Lor, 45-year-old nurse

 

sian-half-uncle “I enjoy how the GRC system is giving more confidence to PAP candidates who are clearly not confident winning SMCs on their own.”
Mei Yeo Yong, 63-year-old ballot box maker

 

happy-bird-girl “If Koh Poh Koon was a cactus or lup cheong, he would also be elected due to the fact that he is standing in Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s team.”
Jiak Ngoh Hiang, 17-year-old Chinese sausage handler

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 











Punggol East residents exclaim: ‘We have no son!’

Punggol East residents exclaim: ‘We have no son!’

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PAP’s Koh Poh Koon goes from ‘Son of Punggol’ to ‘Prodigal Son’.

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Punggol East residents woke up this morning to find out that they will not have feeder bus services, wet markets, elder care services and community clubs in the future.

No childcare centres, integrated elder-care facilities, feeder bus services, wet markets and community clubs for Punggol.

No childcare centres, integrated elder-care facilities, feeder bus services, wet markets and community clubs for Punggol.

All because the SMC declared independence from the PAP, seceded from the country and automatically became the Workers’ Party’s Republic of Punggol East after the by-election two weeks ago.

Koh Poh Koon was the candidate who ran under the PAP banner and was the self-proclaimed “Son of Punggol” who wanted to represent the people of the northeast but eventually cannot now because he suffered a landslide loss to WP’s Lee Li Lian.

Speaking about Koh Poh Koon, some residents in the estate got emotional.

Punggol East resident, Lao Bai Xin, said: “We have no son! What’s the point of having a son if he cannot do anything for us? We might as well die.”

Others though were more optimistic.

Another resident, Gong Ren Dang, said: “We might have lost a son, but we have gained a daughter. And a father figure in the form of Low Thia Khiang.”

“And a fuzzy ball Chinese man of an uncle called Pritam Singh.”

And the transformation of the “Son of Punggol” to “Prodigal Son” will not go unacknowledged.

Other residents of the areas say they intend to give Koh Poh Koon informal community sanctions, such as throwing dirty looks in his general direction, refusing to shake his hand and shouting “kar chng” whenever he is within earshot.

Mei You Yong, another resident, said: “The Prodigal Son will not return to open arms. This is not a story out of the Good Book.”

Son of Punggol Koh Poh Koon is forever alone

Son of Punggol Koh Poh Koon is forever alone

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Even though he has that smile on his face, you can sense there’s sadness in his heart.

At the Workers’ Party victory parade around Punggol East SMC on Sunday yesterday, you can witness hordes of people surrounding the truck the party members were on.

Note how the photos are taken with a wide angle featuring everyone involved: Party members, crowd and media.

All photos stolen from Yahoo!

Waving at trees. [Photo stolen from Yahoo!]

Now take a look at PAP’s anti-victory parade on Sunday too.

All photos only show close-up shots of Dr Koh Poh Koon. Because he is mostly waving at trees.

Waving at trees

Waving at trees [Photo stolen from Yahoo!]

Or else, thumbs up birds.

Thumbs up birds

Thumbs up birds [Photo stolen from Yahoo!]

Because no chicken rice, means no crowd.

GIF stolen from 9gag Singapore.

GIF stolen from 9gag Singapore.

 

 

 

 

 











Mama shops hoard tissue papers in preparation for upcoming election

Mama shops hoard tissue papers in preparation for upcoming election

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Provision shops have begun hoarding tissue paper in anticipation of a deluge of politicians’ sob stories.

Firing off the first round of tear gas was newly appointed Speaker of Parliament, Halimah Yacob.

Unlike the rest of the 20% in Singapore who can afford to live in private property, Yacob chose to be with the 80% living in public housing. A 5-room flat, next to her relatives who are her neighbours.


News that she is not a money-grubbing politician milking money off the not-quite-cooled property market, was significant enough to make the front page of The Sunday Times, the lighter weekend version of nation-building press The Straits Times.

Firing off the second round was Dr Koh Poh Koon, PAP candidate for Punggol East who put his over-privileged political counterparts to shame by admitting that he only had $11.50 in his bank account after buying his first flat with his wife. The “son of Punggol” upped his “heartland credentials” by describing his early childhood in a farmhouse.

He also says he does not own any private property and still lives in a 4-room HDB flat.

Dr Koh is a colorectal surgeon who has his own practice at Mount Elizabeth Hospital. Which makes his choice of not investing in the private property market all the more strange, as it is what any sensible person with cash to spare would do.

A colorectal surgeon is expected to be PAP’s candidate to contest in Punggol East SMC by-election. But the question is: Can he cry on cue?

“Dr Koh has proven that he has heartland credentials,” said a run-of-the mill Singaporean that the PAP man spoke to in his morning visit to the Punggol East. “Only a true heartlander could understand why he does not invest in money, and instead puts it in two depreciating assets — his cars.”

Madam Mak Sai Khor, a shopkeeper at Rivervale Mall says that tissue papers have been flying off the shelves since the election was announced. As one of the few shops that residents in Punggol East have access to, she has begun to hoard some stock to hike up tissue prices within the constituency.

“It’s not everyday that politicians fight among themselves to tell sob stories,” she said, after telling a young couple to use toilet paper instead of tissue paper until she decides to release her stock. “How many of our parents came from humble backgrounds and struggle to raise a young family in a developing country? Dr Koh is truly something special.”

Analysts predict that tissue paper stocks will continue to run low even after the by-election is concluded, due to the amount of bullshit spouted during campaign season that needs to be cleaned up.

For more stories about how Singaporeans felt touched by Dr Koh Poh Koon’s hardship in his youth, do visit Sammyboy.