Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Why pap Leegime don't like to trial their top officials

Newsgroups: soc.culture.singapore
From: L0bert
Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 22:56:33 +0800
Local: Fri, Apr 17 2009 10:56 pm
Subject: Re: Why pap Leegime don't like to trial their top officials

12 months, you must be joking! 16 months OK!
BUT who say it corruption ?

Siansiansian wrote:
> Even the legalized corruption by paying them high pay and up to 12
> months of performance bonuses still will make them even more greedy.

> On Apr 17, 12:14 am, "truth" wrote:
>> It is a proven fact that pap Leegime don't like to put
>> on trial their top officials who commit crimes. Phey Yew
>> Kok was quietly allowed to leave Singapore. They just
>> close both eyes. Even when they know where he was
>> hiding, they pretend not to know. Teh Chiang Wan
>> committed suicide.Rumours had it that he was forced to
>> do so by the big boss. Even in the case of TT Durai, so many top
>> ladies were strongly supporting him near to the end. It
>> was only the huge public outrage over the $600,000 =peanut
>> comment which forced them to act against Durai.
>> The reluctance is they don't want Singaporeans to know
>> too much of the inner workings of the pap government.
>> They also want to preserve the "pure" image of the
>> leadership they have imprinted on the minds of Singaporeans.
>> Now we must thank the Health Minister for doing the
>> right thing of putting Ming Yi on trial. Otherwise we will
>> not know that a pap mp is amongst one of those who
>> was given a loan of $60,000 by Ming Yi.
>> If Phey and Teh had been put on trial, Singaporeans may
>> have known of many other dark secrets in the pap heirachy.
>> What a missed opportunity.

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