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Mainstream media leaves Michael Palmer alone, hounds Yaw Shin Leong

Mainstream media leaves Michael Palmer alone, hounds Yaw Shin Leong

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Because reporters fear they might be unintentionally seduced by Eurasian sexy beast if they talked to him.

Yaw Shin Leong carry baby while not on election campaign trail

Yaw Shin Leong carry baby while not on election campaign trail

Mainstream media reporters are on ex-Workers’ Party’s MP Yaw Shin Leong’s trail — again.

Yaw left Singapore and was fired by WP last February, but it appears that the mainstream media’s fascination with him has not waned.

Even when the rest of the country has moved on after Png Eng Huat won, and Lee Li Lien won and the AIM saga — which is by far more serious — is still not being probe to its fullest extent by the media.

According to a report in AsiaOne, Yaw was spotted at a local hospital as his wife has just given birth.

It also revealed that reporters were staking out at his home here throughout the year, hoping to catch a glimpse of him.

This proves how loser our mainstream reporters are. Because they don’t even dare to hound ex-PAP MP Michael Palmer, who fired himself from parliament last December after he admitted to porking a woman who is not his wife.

And given that he is still in Singapore. But is apparently off-limits because he used to don white.

However, one mainstream media reporter clarified that there is more than meets the eye as to why they do not confront Michael Palmer instead.

The male reporter in his 30s, who does not want to be named, said: “I scared I talk to Michael Palmer, I might fall for his Eurasian boy charms. He damn sexy beast one you know…”

Photo of a sweaty Michael Palmer stolen from REDSPORTS.SG, a place where you can read about other sporty people sweating for some results and stuff.

Photo of a sweaty Michael Palmer stolen from REDSPORTS.SG, a place where you can read about other sporty people sweating for some results and stuff.

With Yaw expelled, Khaw gloats like a six-year-old

With Yaw expelled, Khaw gloats like a six-year-old

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The PAP Chairman better watch out, because karma could bite his party in the ass.

By Terence Lee

Khaw exposing himself.

By now, everyone in Singapore would have known that former Member-of-Parliament Yaw Shin Leong has been expelled from the Worker’s Party (unless you’re a self-absorbed Aaron Tan type). A by-election is expected to be called.

The pushback came fast and furious, most notably from the PAP itself. While Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong betrayed a sense of irritation — which I perfectly understand — Khaw’s comments were really the highlight of the evening for me.

They were snide, and ultimately nonsensical.

I quote the¬†Channel NewsAsia¬†article, which attributed this to the PAP Chairman: “voters in Hougang have been misled by the Workers’ Party… once a person enters politics, there is no difference between his or her public and private life.” Read the full story

Why should anyone care if Yaw Shin Leong screws a goat?

Why should anyone care if Yaw Shin Leong screws a goat?

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By Fang Shihan
(nah, got byline now. happy?)

Still lost for words

Opposition supporters have found their panties in a knotted twist after the anointed WP heir of Hougang, Yaw Shin Leong, was exposed for impregnating a married party member who was not his wife. Supposedly.

And why wouldn’t they be squeamish?

Fresh faced, dedicated and having just taken over an opposition stronghold, Yaw held the hopes and dreams of many a non-PAP fan (read: people who dislike the PAP but not enough to vote Dr. Chee).

But as it stands, the allegations against Yaw are unproven, the informants in question still have not demonstrated that they are more than a figment of a jealous politician’s imagination, and the lady in question, Ms Angela Oon, has not owned up to any pregnancy.

In all honesty maybe she was just having a fat day.

A non-fat photo of Angela Oon from last year

Yaw’s not the first prominent male personality whose sexual indiscretions (proven or otherwise) have been under scrutiny by the moral public. Jack Neo, Bill Clinton, Anwar are among the better known names. Among the less popular rumors are the tales of Lee Hsien Yang’s mischief in Australia with his alleged mistress (again, its true that the rumors exist, though the truthfulness of the rumor is debatable).

But who’s to say that being sexually monogomous was the only way of testing the character of a man?

Politicians like former U.S. president George W. Bush never cheated on his wife. But he started two wars in his tenure and got out of office just in time to miss the 2008 financial crisis. Our own PM Lee and former President S R Nathan were renowned family-men. But they’ve refused to pardon an illiterate young man who by his circumstances of borderline poverty, ended up trafficking drugs unknowingly and is now facing the death sentence.

If we’re talking about moral outrage, at least be fair about it. Sexual indiscretion simply does not have the same level of moral failure as war-mongering, and what some could argue, negligent murder.

Good leaders have to serve as moral examples for the nation. But only when it counts.

Just as the government has no business interfering with the private lives of its citizens, neither should the public be privy to the private lives of its statesmen.

This rule, of course, breaks down depending on the moral image of the person. People like the Pope or Jack Neo are held to a higher benchmark when it comes to being family-friendly, simply because of the stuff they preach for a living.

Yaw Shin Leong could have been a real fucker for all we know. We, being the people making noise about his alleged affair. But he could have been screwing a goat for all I care. Does cheating on his wife make him any less of an MP? Yes, if being an MP meant Yaw had to set a monogomous example for his constituency. And definitely yes, if Yaw had been known to punish those guilty of sexual indiscretion.

(Or if that had been my goat.)

The point is, if I had to pick between a sexually immoral man who does no harm to the world, like Mr Bunga Bunga Berlusconi for example, or a God-fearing, family-loving man like George W. Bush who declares war on the third world country without adequate proof that they could actually destroy the world as we know it, give me Berlusconi any day.

Mistress or not, illegitimate baby or not, what Yaw Shin Leong does in his limited free time (he’s an opposition MP, we’re already working him to death remember?) should not be the business of online commentators. Or the general public.

Unless it affects his work performance. In which case we could probably just dock his pay.