7/02/2015

Freedom of expression at its best in Sin City

Many of you may not have noticed this. Freedom of expression is the new thing in Singapore. Everyone is freely expressing himself in the freest way unmatched by any other country in the western hemisphere. And this is not confined to just foreigners expressing themselves with their special privileged positions as the darlings of this island, the most sought after talents from the world, and must be handled with care and sensitivity in case we offended them and they choose to go to our neighbouring countries where the conditions are more hospital than this piece of rock.  Cannot rock the boat and see them fleeing.

Let me offer a few examples of freedom of expression by the citizens. One guy said he would cut off the cock of a boy and shaft it down the boy’s throat. Now there is another guy saying he will pay someone to rape a boy remanded in the mental hospital. The price for such freedom is quite cheap and did not bother them. They can afford to pay for it. Was it a stern warning?

Another guy went even further by exercising his freedom of expression and slapped a boy outside the court house in front of the media. Stylo milo. One was caught talking about shooting the PM but released and given a stern warning. Where else can you find people so daring and bold in expressing their feelings so freely? Sin City got no freedom of expression? Cannot be right? These are clear daylight evidence that freedom of expression is alive and practiced freely here. What about Amos? What Amos?

As for the foreigners, they even have more leeway in expressing themselves. They feel very free to mock or insult the citizens, calling them stupid and daft, poor, no talent, and the citizens were chided not to take it out on them personally. Beating up a foreigner, taking the law into one’s own hand, will be dealt with harshly by the authority. We are a rule by law country. Violation of the law is unacceptable unless one is mentally insane. Then one could enjoy the comfort of a mental hospital stay with tender loving care from all quarters.

What else did the foreigners enjoy? When they are unhappy with the taxi drivers, if the taxi drivers got the audacity to insist they pay the taxi fares after a drunken spree, they simply expressed their unhappiness at the taxi drivers by beating them up. Again, the price for such freedom of expression is cheap. They can afford to pay for it.

Freedom of expression is flourishing and well at a small price and many would be encouraged to express their feelings freely. Would there be a time when someone say he will pay for a hire gun to take out someone he is not happy with?

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

>>Would there be a time when someone say he will pay for a hire gun to take out someone he is not happy with?

Recent news: Myanmar nationals plot gruesome murder of S’pore PR

Anonymous said...


Very Interesting! Very Exciting!

As said before, it is very interesting and very exciting
to live in this very tiny and very crowded city state.

There is non-stop flow of fresh news, events, activities,
a lots a lots of free gifts and strange changes almost
every day.

是! 是! 是! 新加坡是天堂! 新加坡是天堂!

如果新加坡不是天堂 哪里是天堂?

Hahaha........

ℳatilah_$ingapura said...

@ "imagine the possibilities...",Redbean:

>> Freedom of expression is flourishing and well at a small price and many would be encouraged to express their feelings freely. Would there be a time when someone say he will pay for a hire gun to take out someone he is not happy with? <<

Yes, there definitely be chaos. And sure, some individuals will "cross boundaries" or trample of societal norms in order to "make an impact" with their "great ideas, man".

Yeah, all sorts of shit can happen, some of it violent.

However, IMO, this is to be expected and accepted as "necessary" on a path to eventual freedom of speech and expression as "acceptable" to the people such that it becomes part of their culture.

In the US, the lowliest citizen can call the president all sorts of nasty names, and make all kinds of untrue and ridiculous allegations...and to the president...water off a duck's back. Not even a 2nd thought, barely even a first. That is because freedom of speech is sacrosanct in that culture. "You have the freedom to slag me, I have the same freedom to slag you back, 10 times worse if I like!" Once in awhile, the shit gets physical and thus unlawful. So what?

The govt. should step back out of "proactive" mode into "responsive" mode and allow the people to argue and bicker, and say nasty things to each other. Occasionally some of the "hotter" motherfuckers will start fighting, some will probably get killed in the fights. So what lah? In the context of history, this doesn't fucking matter!. Singapore laws still have the rotan and the hangman to apply to fuckers who like to hantam and others.

Chaos is entertaining lah!

patriot said...

Haha......

Redbean cant be more wrong this time.

Anyone saying anything in Sin can invite SUIT that's very uncomfortable to wear.
Even if talking about horrible dead man not to say living and powerful beans.

Dont believe?

Have Yew read about one Roy Ngerng
and a Amos Yee who is only 17 year old?

As for hired assassin and killer out of hatred, they are non-existence in Sinland. However, when the Army and the Law are used, killings will be legal.

patriot