Sucking demigods’ toes

Our Law minister, chief justice and the Straits Times commit unnatural sex again. In trying to defend their political masters from criticism, they only prove how well-founded the criticisms are. Full essay.

7 Responses to “Sucking demigods’ toes”

  1. 1 Kelvin Tan 12 November 2009 at 10:42

    I think it is more likely that these people genuinely believe in what they are saying. Hard to imagine but hey everyone has the right to his or her opinion.

    It is a self selection process actually. Those who don’t believe will never rise up to where they are now.

  2. 2 Anonymous 12 November 2009 at 19:03

    I have a feeling that such articles are not written for the critical thinking Singaporeans to read, but for the majority of the brain-washed Singaporeans. In addition, they are written to please the demigods into self-congratulations of their success.

  3. 3 feedmetothefish 13 November 2009 at 00:18

    I believe that respect, dignity and integrity is earned by not sucking up and kowtowing, but by telling it like it is without fear or favour.

    It’s a bloody shame that we have such high ranking fools!

    Thank you.


  4. 4 Toady 13 November 2009 at 10:04

    Sucking up is not such a bad thing if that is what it takes to survive in a totalitarian country.

    Besides, life is too short to pursue those highfalutin ideals like justice and equality and whatnot.



  5. 5 Desmond 15 November 2009 at 10:27

    It has been a long time since any of our ministers made any sense (to a thinking Singaporean that is). Is it any wonder why they don’t dare to engage the netizens.

  6. 6 fj 17 November 2009 at 22:45

    at least they are sucking on the toes and not on some other body part!

  7. 7 yuen 25 April 2010 at 14:03

    >a prima facie case against the detectives

    yoong’s article does not say what offense they were deemed to have committed, but in an interview with Temasek Review yoong said they took an expensive coat belonging to Francis Seow from the woman friend’s apartment

    now why did they do this? surely not because they want to wear it? I would not expect other people’s coats, expensive or not, to fit me; so I assume the detectives took it for the purpose of using it as evidence in some way, and the prima facie case was that they exceeded their order in doing so, whereas the decision to reinstate means the AG thought they were within their brief

    I think it is necessary to provide such details, since other people’s repuation is at stake too

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