[Everytime when I watched PM Lee's National Day Speech, the real moment was just when he ended his show, this is the moment when the real message will surface... right from his face. It's called the moment of truth. A not very happy PM Lee trying to look upbeat wishing Singaporeans Happy day.]
如今局势，不能和Redbean、Leong Sze Hian等人模糊起来，因为后期行动党若2016失利，李小龙政权很可能’被迫‘强攻。行动党在得势时嚣张，但这些人……在行动党政府的眼皮下却不懂适可而止。如今徐顺全不走疯狂路线，政府的目标就会转移到这群得意忘形的‘土皇帝’上。这些完全无政治敏感性的傻子或是以为反对势力抬头，兴致很高啊……
Dealing with internet politics… where moderators could be idiots, skunks… in general, morons, and when Singapore is about madness, and netizens are mostly hyper-sensitive crazed fanatics to various courses…
This is the comment I made when this article appeared at TR Emeritus and an editor’s note was printed:
Editor’s note: It’s interesting to note that their choices coincide with their political beliefs. In the Population White Paper debate earlier this year, Irene Ng voted with the rest of the 77 fellas for more foreign imports. Sylvia Lim voted against the White Paper, believing in an economic growth driven by our locals:
Richard isn’t the only editor, and I was hoping this isn’t from him; but regardless, I laughed reading and made a comment immediately… to draw flak. It was entertaining to observe as the ‘dislikes’ increased.
Soon, WP’s usual candidate for elections Glenda Han wedded a foreigner from South Africa.
When I shot the comment, I was 100% sure Glenda Han would help to cover my fire with her body… … #4
After her wedding, I immediately dumped an article that only days later got published… While the title was changed to ‘Love Must Not Be Politicized’ by TR Emeritus, the intention is simply to see what more have netizens got to say.
I didn’t really care what they will retort with, because I was waiting to be entertained.#5
…I have received plenty of ‘dislikes’ for standing my ground during that article denouncing Irene Ng’s marriage that we must not politicize love… I will stand my ground again even if I had and have 6.9m dislikes to my comment.
I always believe that leadership is about wisdom, and when you are wise to know what is right, you stand your ground. The reason is very simple… eventually the people who go the extreme ways will crush the state, going the wrong direction can kill. And suicide rate is edging up in Singapore after 48 years of PAP governance, but it will not stop merely by disposing off PAP, it will only stop if and only if a wise leader rises to lead and will be prepared to stand his or her ground based on pure wisdom…
I am obviously not trying to be hero, but the most important reason why I chased after Richard to publish the ‘aftermath’ is simply because TR Emeritus is a platform of mine, and that editor’s note will threaten this platform… and is a strong signal of extremism and possible unnecessary conflict between me and TR Emeritus team. Of course… this extremism will not only be observed by me but by the authority as well.
If TR Emeritus sways a little off course, if the team is drawing in extremists, this platform will cease to be useful, and is at risk of being an easy target of the authority. This is not against my political beliefs… this is against my political interests. Be it Glenda Han or Irene Ng… they are merely chess pieces on the board.
My online presence on current affairs, minimized, has been making use of TR Emeritus only because Richard seems to be walking the safe path of staying neutral… at least in his declaration regarding this ‘voice of Singaporeans’. I cannot cooperate with elements who can’t observe the ‘hidden rules’ of the current times because they will end up a liability.
I can’t shout too loud, I have to shout on carefully assessed platforms.#6
Eventually if I have to lead these assholes called Singaporeans…
It doesn’t matter if some morons online ban or mock me. The real war isn’t online. The grandstand isn’t online. But a presence have to be maintained online. Whether Richard can understand or otherwise is not my problem, but once TR Emeritus goes wayward, it’d cease to have any value to me in this game. It’s a very pragmatic issue.
Since, it is inevitable to clash against the many nonsensical moderators who have personality disorders, and many netizens… who think they are so smart so right… …. The use of those zombies is basically based on their madness. Without such madness, it won’t be explosive enough to blow up the barricaded doors to the throne. I need the zombies at both sides… oppositions and incumbents, created by PAP’s 48 years of governance… and I must tolerate them… … for now.#7
[Minister SOS] This kind of talk by Minister Tan was to draw flak.
Singaporeans who are not happy with the country should try to improve things instead of running down the country, Acting Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin said on Monday.
“Singapore is not perfect, no society is perfect,” he noted.
“There may be things we are unhappy about, things can always be better, but that is very different from running down our own people, our own society.”
Unless said by the likes of Dr Toh Chin Chye#8, people are likely to read this as an impossible order issued by an officer. Now if the minister is not happy about people running down the country, if I’d like him to help make the people happy…
… Can he?
All he and those civil servants should do is simply to understand that these people are merely making their views because they also want changes but changes won’t come because instead of getting improvement the government expects these powerless people to bring changes.
Which is, the people provide the mandate to the leaders to do nothing but to expect those people to improve things.
Is Minister Tan encouraging power to the people?
Problem is, the power is never with the people. It’s not running down Singapore… the only people who can really run down Singapore so that the common folks report that the country is run down are the leaders such as himself. And obviously, the message to Minister Tan from those unhappy people is to bring improvements instead of running down those people for making the complains.
And if those commoners are to make improvements to the state… then some people must step down so that those unhappy folks can step up to gain the power to make improvements. And I doubt any politicians come with the intention of stepping down.
Which is going a big round to hope the Minister and his colleagues to stop complaining about complains and start doing something to improve so that there will be no complains.
Society is not perfect, but it’s not an excuse of messing it up.
An officer at the event, who asked not to be named as she was not authorized to speak to the media, said: “It is not just the country, but policies are also not perfect, but what is important is that we identify what is wrong and fix them, instead of just complaining.”
She is not going to speak up sincerely with her identity provided because she is not authorized to, and she is calling for identifying what is wrong and fix things instead of complaining… …
Anyone got the joke?#9
If Minister Tan knows Scope is obviously not happy… what can he do for Scope? What can he suggest to make it possible that I make improvements?
Obviously, I am more inclined to make improvements than to complain…
Obviously that’s why I need power.
Minster Tan should understand throwing such statements when he is in the leadership position is simply telling people he is taking power for granted. He is given the mandate.
[Botak Rocks] This is the story of a ‘chee bye’ (online usage) principle who is Meritocratically placed to head a school of students who did the right things for anti-cancer efforts and be given problems by the ‘chee bye’. Then the head of ‘chee bye’ had to penetrate the ‘chee bye’ to the core and hailed common sense and allowed those ‘chee bye’ minions to go hairless.
This is seriously mind boggling.
But given Meritocracy, anything is possible. Remember, the replacement for Michael Pumper was an Asshole specialist.
Sounds rude, but this principle is mentally and intellectually insulting#10… …
Next anti-cancer move should be shaving the pubic hair.
‘Chee Bye’ is a singlish description for bad taste, idiotic whatever… …
Fuck Meritocracy yeh~
[Emeritus Change] Emeritus Goh made news saying Singapore (actually, more like PAP) is at inflexion point and there must be change to avoid crisis…
So Mr Goh’s question to Singaporeans: How should the government and people respond to these challenges?
“Some policies and programmes that had served us well in the past need updating, or maybe even an overhaul, to ensure that they continue to serve their intended purposes. A new social compact between the people and the government will also have to be forged. Otherwise, I fear that Singapore will begin to go downhill. The government has already begun reviewing and improving policies on issues that cause the most anxiety to Singaporeans,” said Mr Goh.
Sincerely, good luck with that. But the government is not going to succeed.
Reason is very simple. Policies and programmes are all due to leaders, those leaders will pull in the same sort of leaders… the sort of leaders whom most Singaporeans don’t know or don’t care bothering to know. Then election got problems, all will start yelling ‘changes’ as Najib yelled for ‘reforms’…
…other than those bunch of attendees at the speech, who will really believe Emeritus Goh’s talk of change?
Remember, the trust level surveyed was merely about 20%.
And this is due mainly to the leaders, not really the policies. What leaders will get what leaders, and will staff the entire machinery with what sort of nonsense. Singaporeans are too long exposed to the craps. The time to call for change is probably over as the people insist it is time to change the government, for a change from the government must be a change in leadership who will hence change how the entire machinery is to be staffed and function.
But who will voluntarily step down?
Had the policies really serve ‘us’ well?
All those bitter pills… all those crap policies… Meritocracy… blind allocation of resources… messed up tripeptide labor crap relationship… chin chay conscription… party political fights… bla bla bla till these days… If such policies have served us so fucking well, situation would have been wonderful 10 years ago.
It was precisely people have been tolerating all those nonsense till people see no choice but to rebel. It was not that situation was beautiful, that those policies worked. It was only because those in the ivory towers turned deaf and blind and rejected every bad news and assumed honeymoon years would go on forever.
And right now… they are still busy fighting petty brawls in parliament, engaging in petty politicking against the people in civil service, while yes yes yes… Emeritus Goh calls for change to avert what crisis.
What would he suggest?
Earlier, he mentioned that Singapore needed the best-rate leaders to whatever… and now the best-rate leaders including his honorable self have led us to this inflexion point (of PAP’s).
What were those best-of-the-best leaders been doing all those years, AIMS aside?
Change eh… …#11
Crisis is also an opportunity. It won’t be a crisis only for PAP. How to win over the people?
How to win Scope over?
Minister Heng is going to show us the good changes he has been working on for months. I heard he is going to do something about PSLE…
… At least Education will not get the needed reforms.
If this is the ‘change’ Emeritus Goh is talking about… … They can change 1,000,000 times… nothing will change, and everything will go according to the script.
Like I always said… without talents there won’t be change.
[Holy Fiasco] Church… again. Over the years, there had been many many cases of holy shits in Singapore. Over history, Galileo made his name making a fool of idiotic bombastic Christian fanatics with pure science. As for me…
Having a valued girl friend from school time and a married woman I love since school time embroiled in a holy mortal madness#12 has proven too much that Christianity can be ignored. As a lord destined to rise leading this moronic state of assholes, while I have full respect for the religion, I have full concern and a big headache over the mortals…#13
Similar to Muslims, there are the moderate Muslims and they are the Islamic radicals. I have full respect for Islam… actually I have all the intention to leave them alone, I have concerns over Islamic troublemakers when I have to govern.
Actually, while having a tap on Vatican, God’s stance has been usually ignoring religious elements lest they stand in God’s way. In short, Vatican has nothing to stop the progress of the intended war and the rise of the archangels. But my personal view of the churches is influenced by the two women who are baptized.
Christians are now coming into my political radar…
The sociological effect of mortal madness is ridiculous, the political effect is… however, meager. While the ‘influence’ of the churches in Singapore may be significant… … They are more like the current days NTUC. And as what will destroy the grip of NTUC as a political influence, it will dilute the churches’ political influence. Which was why I never really bothered about Churches… till now.
The fate of Singapore has already been decided by God; it shalt be vaporized by two destined nukes while the main bulk of attention by then will be concentrated in Europe as Asia and America burn.
The fate of Singapore just before that will be a political struggle where PAP will be already discarded and the main fights will be among the major opposition parties against WP. But that is what will be happening if I don’t move in. A coalition or a multi-parties system will not be possible under WP. But the most important thing is, Singapore will be on the verge of chaos, if not already be in.
Prayers won’t block assassins’ bullets, bibles can’t stop riots, and those sermons can’t change the economic disasters and feed everyone… WP can’t, the archbishop can’t, no one can… but an archangel stationed in Singapore.
If the mortal madness proves to be too much a nuisance, the repeat of Henry VIII’s war against the pope could be revived.
My lust for power is fueled primarily by the madness of mortals… and their basic instinct to feed.
But my love for Kate and the loss of a childhood friend to mortal madness probably is on par with the lust for power.
Mr Lee Kuan Yew is dying… PAP is dying… But so are WP… … and Singapore.
Power is now ever closer to me… … Despite what Emeritus Goh said, he is himself not rugged, nor will his words bring in any viable change to redirect the course of history, hence the path of power directly straight into my hands. Meritocracy has made sure the rise of simpletons against the rise of all powerful global tidal waves, of which Najib’s doomed effort to savage UMNO will be sending spillovers into Singapore’s political sphere… further encouraging Singaporeans to rebel against PAP.
Without the ability to govern, Loong will fail naturally.
It will only be a matter of time when the Clash of Titans begins when I’d crush those titans with my Excalibur.
Of course, before that… I am more than willing to let WP and all opposition smarties to display their (laughable) governing abilities.
Passed that ‘inflexion point’, as Singapore starts to burn… …
It is inevitable in order to remake this fucked up society that I will have to decide what to do with these Christians. Tons of sinners go to the churches, prayed to God and war against archangels in the name of God… hoarding wealth and supporting their greed in the name of God…
Singapore isn’t some stained glass project…
I love Kate… precisely of this, I probably won’t love fanaticism. Siping makes me realize I have to view this mortal madness seriously… … Because these sinners will very likely stand in the way of social reforms… in the name of God.
What if the archbishop summon Kate and Siping against my will?
I won’t be stopped by a mere mortal called ‘archbishop’… but neither do I want to clash against these two women. But this scene could be very real as the mortal madness will try to stop social reforms needed for floating this moronic island of feeble souls… as the church’s best effort to challenge Galileo.
Hopefully, both Kate and Siping will stand out of my way, and not be involved in politics.
Otherwise, I’d be forced to take particular interest in the archbishop… whoever he or she will be. I can’t risk having a puny mortal to disrupt my intention to float this puny island.
Glenda Han merely shows partly why I have contacts watching over all those parties… or sheep. You can say those assholes didn’t stand a chance as they bombarded my comment with dislikes as Glenda was preparing her wedding. In real… I have no interest in the poster girl of the oppositions.
It was entertaining to watch idiotic mortals trying to play God… no matter how many times I’d nicely preach to them not to. Of course, it’s precisely because they won’t listen that I preached. If they would listen, I’d have said nothing. During this wait… long long wait, mortals are entertainment.
As they laughed and mocked and celebrated their ‘victories’… I was also laughing, entertained.
Not sounding very active doesn’t mean Scope is really that free… … and ignorant.
If mortals think I bother about their smart moves…
As a Father of Singapore… and as a leader, as a guide and governor and judge to all, I cannot be bothered about petty imps and idiotic mud-sling shots. My role is to provide not merely material needs, but also the education of the confused souls, of those smart alecs who would challenge in their lala-lands of moral comprehensions, and to subdue all the defiling trolls now fed very fat and muscular by the government over the decades, and convert as many of them to be my angels…#14
Which is why my direct initial aim will be to take over MOE and MOM… and reform starts there. Hence reading Heng’s recent intention, I know he is going to fail, and fail miserably but succeed in wasting precious time for the PAP. Which is, Loong’s failure is inevitable.
Remaking the economy must come with remaking the society.
If I did not groom other Andy Ongs as my angels, those Andy Ongs will be left to be demons. It’s a pity that Mr Lee Kuan Yew doesn’t understand such a simple idea. If I do not reform this society, any economic remake will be futile in the long run.
I know my job very well. I know hence, Loong is going to fail… the moment I stepped out from that gate of the school.
Only I know how to reform education… in line with reforming MOM… and I’d have obviously the need to take over MND, MFA and… the Ministry of Defence and redo conscription for the modern scenario.#15 How can we have an army which cannot fight, that a state will have no chance during war after feeding a defence budget that huge over the years?
Like it or not, from the very beginning, I never intended that Loong will have any other alternative than to work with me, or fail into history.
I told the old man many times… governance has no short-cuts. And it’s always about talents.
But before that… it’s still the power race.
Like it or not… this jobless, penniless, ‘delusional’ clown will be the most powerful man of a tiny well. Then from this tiny well… he’d exert his influence over the planet as the world is charged with lethal conflicts.
And to do that… one must learn to respect… and work with the authority. Because when one day I command the authority, I expect respect as well. And to garner respect, I must deliver my part of the deal. And ‘no one will be left behind’ is not a slogan but a political awareness that there is no such thing as too many angels under your wings. Because you only need one piece of shit, and it can make the entire room smells.
You only need one crap injustice, and people will look another way.
You only need one Hitler, and Singapore will be destroyed.
Hence, I am the New Father of Singapore… where every one single talent I desire him or her to be under my wings.#16
Loong should know by now why he is failing.
The Old Father of Singapore took the easy way out too conveniently, and in a bull market anyone was a guru… The problem comes when the market is heading for a crush.
I have always respected the old batch of leaders, and known their weaknesses. The reason why I respected them is really because I also lust after power. Not everyone would make a stand, and not everyone would emerge victorious. You have to appreciate their success politically, despite many would dispute Lee Kuan Yew to be the Father of Singapore… to me, he is always the Old Father of Singapore. Because in order to govern, you will need to excel in politics…
… and he remains till now, despite whoever tried to discredit him.#17
I sincerely salute him, despite I don’t think he really has any regards for me.
I am not Loong nor Mr Lee, I recognize a leader when he or she is. And Ms Tin will never exist in my government, so will Alex Yam, Josephine Teo, Khaw Boon Wan, Mah Bow Tan, Teo Ser Luck… …
It is very obvious that once you have an habit and a taste for anyohow labeling anything under the sun in accordance to your fancies, things become unreal. When you have an habit of surrounding yourself with artificial creations called ‘leaders’, you will be in trouble, because God-sent leaders will shun you. And all the more you will be flooded by such elements.
And you will never have an orchestra that works.
Some people mocked me… why I don’t join the PAP or the oppositions or the brotherhood instead of remaining alone… …
Isn’t it obvious by now?
If I am one with the habit of jumping around casually… I can’t be the New Father of Singapore.
Everything… every move… must have a good reason, because a state doesn’t exist only for now. What you do now can have a big impact in the future. When PAP was strong, everyone was watching the oppositions pressed down suffering and in fear… but things can change. Everyone wants to be a winner, Loong too…
But what if you fail?
Philip Yeo was worried that the government is scare of the people… that it will go soft.
Loong can learn from his Dad… throw in another Cold Storage, be harder… let the ISD free to hunt… …
Problem is… now Loong is alone fighting hopelessly against the zombies even if he has an entire army on payroll. Nobody will stop their greed merely for one PM… … They will only be more driven by a social madness created after 48 years of PAP governance.
And the people are preparing to fight against PAP’s hard-handed but useless ways. After years of war against SDP, SDP is rising with the rising tide of oppositions. And WP is edging against PAP.
At this inflexion point, the theme is really…
Who is right, and who is wrong.
Who will you follow then? Who should be leading? At this point of time…
Will Loong listen to me or others, will he be leading or I?
It’s a very interesting thing, probably new to the very much English-educated Lees and oblivious to the oriental business in politics.
Who is leading? Liu Bei or Zhuge Liang?
Lee’s inclination in politics is always simple… It’s probably as simple as Liew Tuck Yew’s famous description of netizens, “The Online Adversaries”.#18
It was hence always about fighting. But belated Rajaratnam offered Lee Kuan Yew a new understanding when he introduced David Marshal into the government. But the new generation of ‘leaders’… mostly will be termed as ‘brats’ by historians, focused very much on your status, on elitism, on ‘who the fuck are you’, hence…
PAP will always be easily creating enemies unnecessarily, and isolating itself steadfastly.
Why did I retire from PAP?
My minister should know by now. I am not Ang Yong Guan… … I have no political ideology, I have no such political impulsiveness. I don’t quit to join SDP… nor the now very strong WP that my childhood friend was a rising star. And… I am not really interested in fighting PAP… or any parties.
There is a much much bigger role I can play… that I have seen it coming since so very very very young… …
During this journey… I have hoped that Kate will be by my side, that I’d one day meet her again, and she would be single and she’d have a chance to choose me, so that she can be there during this long long wait.
Singapore needs me.
Those who have died must not die in vain.
The New Father of Singapore must rise.
And he’d have to rise alone… without Kate beside him.
Whatever must be done, I’d do it… no matter how absurd things sound.
It’s a realization of a need, backed by the lust of power, pushed forward by events… and comprehended by no mortals.
Things could have been easier if Loong has been wiser, because making use of PAP WAS still the easiest way to close the deal and finish the mission, and retire happily ever after… … It wasn’t something that could be explained to the Lees, because wisdom must be natural, else… the platform will be too weak to support my role.
As it turned out, I am totally right.
Besides, bathed in success, victims of success are usually deaf.
As Najib screamed at the top of his lungs for reforms, the force of rebellion will come stronger because there shalt be no viable reforms. You only need to use kar chng (ass) to know nobody in the right mind will expect Najib to have anything in his sleeves.
Singapore’s winds of revolution will be blowing stronger as well. The Father of All Reforms (aka Me) is no longer in PAP. There is no way Loong can reform anything in a viable manner to resist the rebellion. And the standard oppositions hate the Lees and the ‘cronies’ to the core…
Did Loong understand what he was dealing with when he took over from Emeritus Goh?
Malaysia and Singapore… each population’s morale influencing the other, both taking courage from the stand of the other. The fight against injustice and corruption and authoritarian leadership took root in Asia. Japan and Thailand were first casualties. Money politics… sent waves of suspicious eyes blinking. It was not just AIMS… Everybody was staring at the GLCs… particularly the NTUC.
Emeritus Goh has issued a very huge cheque named Inflexion Point. And it’s likely to be a blank cheque destined to be bounced, because there is not one single inkling of change likely to be in his account. By 2016, Loong will be facing the onslaught after trying repeatedly to deal with WP on petty level of a people who expect deliveries.
Bad news… Loong is now left with only 2 years before the dash towards 2016.
While Minister Yacob tried to license online publications… information channels via the smartphones developed, dispersed by not popular sites, but by usually individual content providers of solo kings via Moments in WeChat, via Whatsapp, via Viber… where those blogs or sites can be non-existence. Massive rumors or updates on elections can be sent by ‘volunteers’. Massive discussions can be made in apps. It is possible to trace, but very difficult to zero in.
Time has changed, my dear ex-secretary general… …
Who are truly friends, who are truly enemies?
After 48 years of celebrating National Day… Who are not Singaporeans?
It’s about time to end the barbaric fights in the cultural desert.
Yes, Singaporeans must unite. But they can only unite behind the New Father of Singapore.
If anyone were to ask me what type of girls will hook my eyes…
This will do.
#1 Anything is possible in politics, but choice is seldom a result of equation. Follow the flow to change the flow.
#2 The National Day Speech is actually quite critical about the failure of governance and leadership, but is diplomatically crafted.
#3 Interestingly, there are still many in PAP who believe that election result is like a trend… today lose 1, then 3 then 5 then 8 GRCs… that accordingly, PAP will be in power at least for X terms. The fact is, any election is dominating by leadership; given the current leadership at PAP, it depends on oppositions to field ace candidates, and given the current political reality, many ambitious opportunists will make the attempt.
#4 Nothing mystical. Got winds she was preparing for wedding with her long rumored foreigner boyfriend whose name I had no interest to know.
#5 Entertaining indeed, but with awareness of the deeply rooted danger of a ‘zombified society’ and the usual nonsensical Singaporean cyberspace crap society. This problem will be a primary concern later for the governance of Singapore.
#6 Currently no comment.
#7 PAP leaders are not the only folks who find online disturbances seriously disturbing. After the madness has ceased its usefulness, a social remake will mean an open confrontation to online nonsense. What I’d do will be hardly comprehensible and way beyond the existing caliber of the government to even guess now.
#8 Dr Toh and Dr Goh Keng Swee, despite their flaws, were well-known internal checks and balances of PAP. Those were the days when PAP MPs would ‘fight’ against PAP MPs due to personal motivations with regards to public well-beings. Those were the days when parliament was more exciting. Those days, of course, were long gone.
#9 Even the unnamed pointed out that you have to be authorized… Those people are unhappy, but they have not the mandate, and the authority will never authorize them to ‘help’ when it’d simply mean to authorize a rebellion. Minister Tan will have to have a lecture from Mr Lee Kuan Yew to understand what Scope is driving at… As a leader, Minister Tan cannot afford to be clueless. During a ‘rebel’ during the early days when Lee Kuan Yew was PM, he sent Wang Kai Yuen to understand the situation and defused the situation, if I don’t recall wrongly. Who in the right mind would condemn those rebels telling them to help if they were not happy… and escalate the crisis? Chuan Jin is still too green…
#10 How the fuck she was made principle? But nowadays, Singapore education situation is filled with problematic highly paid ‘kings’ of the hills… … How do you expect your children to be educated? LOL~
#11 While Emeritus Goh probably was recognizing Honeymoon Years are long gone, PAP will go on sleeping… … He later ‘mocked’ a resident for asking Town Council to catch two roaches whereby the audience laughed… forgetting pests may be tiny, but can be dangerous as Dengue mosquitoes… and given our import of third world population, we risk importing diseases with resistance to drugs… … Not to mention, those residents may be voters… … While I can understand where he is coming from, he is showing political insensitivity somehow… especially if he does view that such residents are in significant number to be cited an example of.
#12 It must always be understood that their one-sided belief in God doesn’t mean they think and do things in accordance to God’s wish, and the bible is merely a very outdated piece of artificial intelligence. Blind sheep are blind. And mortals trying to play God and improvise in the name of God is a cause of concern…
#13 It is not God nor angels I am bothered with… it’s always those mortals… …
#14 With power, converting mortals is easy… Inclusive society is not a bad idea, but shalt remain merely an idea when power is in wrong hands. What I want is not an inclusive society, but a ‘common sense’ society… where if mortals can’t use their brains, the government shalt provide the guidance they shalt conveniently seek. In a sense, the government becomes the highest council… in Christianity, my government becomes the highest church blessing the mortals, and the angels will regulate among themselves. This is not possible without an archangel in power… …
#15 From the look of it… I will have to take over every other ministry other than finance… … which jolly well means I become the Prime Minister of Singapore. It’d take Liew, for instance, forever to deal with transport. The reason why I refuse to take over MOF is simply because while I can, I have little interest in this crucial department. Which is… unless I need to, I’d leave it alone.
#16 The lust for power is literally to be having the same level of hunger for talents for explained reasons. In short, talents = power. System = corruption. I have never seen a system without loopholes, and never seen loopholes not made homes by termites…
#17 The one thing Loong and I probably share is the respect to Mr Lee Kuan Yew, though this respect is based on varied grounds. He is proud of his father, I wish I have Lee’s power to do great things and leave a great name in history… To Loong, PMO is merely an office symbolizing the highest of his ambition… To me… PMO is merely a mean to an end, and to world influence. USA now needs help more than ever, and helping USA opens the channel to influence China and Russia… and the world. Once the world leaders see you can aid an ally with your brains… they will come to you, and you don’t have to ‘intervene’.
#18 Be feared… and hated. Villagers alone fear tigers, they are feared and hated. When they can kill the tigers, they will. Hated… because there will be no communication between tigers and men. Tigers will kill to make themselves fatter, men kill tigers to merely be safe. Liew was very green when he made this remark. An army officer who doesn’t realize that having a war between Singaporeans means chaos. People are to be governed as you are the father and they the children… instead of leading your sons to fight against your sons… … a fight that has no end. Because only good governance will end the ‘war’.
#19 Indeed, who else? With PAP crushing down, if I don’t grab the power, it will go to tons of radicals… … What will they do with all that power? The commoners are naive… but Mr Lee isn’t naive. Low Thia Khiang isn’t naive as well… he (should) knows his ‘monkeys’ (a term from ‘voting any monkeys against PAP’) can’t handle.