Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Rich Man swore and threatened to sue over a parking lot

Read on the feedback below, and you may know who is actually in the right or wrong. Handphone cameras are changing the way we behave and the way we blame others in this world.

30th Jan 2011, Sunday, 3.30pm, Atrium@orchard road parking lot.
did you eventually receive any lawyer letter from this delusional uncle? this is just so funny. lol

a rich guy that speaks like a uneducated poor beggar (this man is not speaking like a rich man ) look at me.... i am a poor guy that speak like a rich man....and that guy insulted his own lawyer...=.= he said (F***king lawyer)

Jab is not a rich's car lah, pls...

" Then I got into the car park. He stop infront of my car and continue swear and curse and wanted to sue me...etc... and his saliva is spreading like all over my face.... Yuck... "

@ ImD3mond judging from your English, I have a strong suspicion that u are the barking rich man in the video leh.. Same same standard. Lolx.

his daughter and son were hurt. i know them. the car inside the car was wrong. he cut inside the car, the guy outside braked the car cause he nearly banged them, both the daughter and son were injured, suffering neck and back injury. the guy filming is was in a wrong

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Chia Thye Poh - longest serving political prisoner in the world

And so I never found out about earlier PAP opponents, like Chia Thye Poh, who probably holds the world record for being the longest serving political prisoner, locked away without trial for 23 years before being “freed” to live a hermit’s life on Sentosa for another nine years. Till today I don’t know much about him. But I no longer view him to be the dangerous communist that, for decades, I was made to believe he was.

The Internet did introduce me, however, to Dr Lim Hock Siew, Singapore’s second longest serving political prisoner after Chia, imprisoned for 19 years from 1963 to 1982. That happened only last year. First, I read an article about him – at The Online Citizen – and then I watched a banned video of him speaking at the book launch of The Fajar Generaion.

Like Vincent Cheng, he, too, turned out to be a mild and gentle man. And greatly intelligent too. Nah. Dr Lim was no terrorist. He merely disagreed with Lee Kuan Yew and the PAP.

How many Vincent Chengs and Dr Lims are there in Singapore’s political history? Tens? A couple of hundred? Never mind the actual number. One is already too many.

Below are archived pictures of the arrest of Chia Thye Poh and his stay in Sentosa Island.