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  1. frilink
    frilink 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    Singapore = Kiasuland

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  2. somuchsolittleful
    somuchsolittleful 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    Now a woman ‘VANDAL” But the vicious laws only require that Males be
    brutalized by prison perverts. Sad and Sick society with a Barbaric
    government that has not yet come to terms with the 21st century.

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  3. somuchsolittleful
    somuchsolittleful 17 March, 2015, 18:32


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  4. debvdo
    debvdo 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @sandye2100 Thanks for responding. Am not doing a thesis on the matter!
    Wanted to know only about Singapore since i recently visited the place and
    quite liked it. So I found your comments in this video shocking. (BTW the
    Michael Fay video does not sound serious.)

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  5. sandye2100
    sandye2100 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @LKC9215 Singapore’s stance on torture and mandatory hanging is
    uncompormising, uncivilized, and barbaric. This regime still clings to the
    third world contention that violent beatings and mandatory hangings are a
    deterrent. If true brutal floggings would not have dramatically increased
    and the rate of executions would not be as high. Evidence may surface of
    death row inmates, just like recently, and it will be too late. Singapore
    is not free of serious crimes as it fills daily newspapers

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  6. sandye2100
    sandye2100 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @LKC9215 Do you know of any other armed forces in the world whereby extreme
    brutal violence is used against its members? It is apparent that the
    appalling threat of cruelty against men in particular is ever present in
    Singapore . The facts remain about the great numbers leaving, and the birth
    rate in Singapore is the absolutely lowest, and then there are those
    instant citizens. What does all of that say about Singapore’s laws? Sorry
    but internationally Singapore is seen as strange and bizarre

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  7. crambait
    crambait 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    omg ill be there by april hahahhahah xciting …….

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  8. WackoWild
    WackoWild 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    This video doesn’t even come close to how awesome the actual country is.
    Everything is so god damn beautiful.

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  9. somuchsolittleful
    somuchsolittleful 17 March, 2015, 18:32


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  10. potonatic
    potonatic 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @sandye2100 Right, right….believe that all you want. Barbaric. Pfft. How
    ridiculous. Have a happy life thinking it’s that way.

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  11. LKC9215
    LKC9215 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @sandye2100 You do make certain points that are worth listening to, for
    example, the mandatory hanging issues. I agree that in light of possible
    mitigating circumstances the laws should be more relaxed, even if only
    slightly. However, you also have to realize that different people, or
    different cultures, believe in different things. Just because you do not
    agree with the views of others does not necessarily mean that those people
    are barbaric and uncivilized.

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  12. andhitoherma1
    andhitoherma1 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    Hey! I just discover video that shows Merlion’s eyes is blinking! watch the
    vid by search “Merlion Ngedipin” on youtube!

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  13. sandye2100
    sandye2100 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @debvdo Your welcome. The youtube video about Michael Fay is not serious. I
    meant for you to seek information (google) about him–and the brutality he
    endured– which was quite serious and sadistic by a third world state.

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  14. sandye2100
    sandye2100 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    When someone views videos about Singapore Travel, They need to know about
    this third world government. On the surface everything looks modern, clean
    and green, but look BELOW the surface to see the dirty reasons it appears
    so: This barbaric regimes rule of violent torture beatings, fear of archaic
    draconian laws and vicious penaltys, lack of freedoms and respect for human
    rights, and mandatory death sentences(without consideration for extenuating
    circumstances)Do NOT support this Barbarity

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  15. LKC9215
    LKC9215 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @sandye2100 And my questions still stands: Since you deplore the justice
    system of Singapore, why don’t you come up with something that is,
    according to you, more appropriate? Why don’t you engage the Singapore
    Government with your views instead of staying on a video on youtube? Why
    don’t you give some concrete answers instead of just criticizing? Can you
    even do that? What’s the point of saying “this sucks, let’s scrap it” when
    you don’t even have a suitable alternative?

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  16. sandye2100
    sandye2100 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @LKC9215 Oh yes absolutely an epidemic of vicious violence in Singapore. It
    is YOU who misrepresents, and obviously supports, extreme brute violence
    used against human beings. It is this obsession with beating boys and men
    that is seen in every aspect of Singapore society: schools, judiciary, and
    military and all pertaining directly to and only to the male gender. What
    other military in the world uses this brutality? Torture IS used for minor
    infractions –male immigrants who overstay????

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  17. sandye2100
    sandye2100 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @LKC9215 Those mentioned are but a few of the almost one thousand people
    this evil man has hanged, many being petty drug mules. He is a callous and
    cold-blooded killer as sure as any murderer he ever put to death. He is a
    shameful representative of Lee Kuan Yew’s criminal government and its
    barbaric laws, and a he is a disgrace to Singapore and civilized people
    everywhere. Where else would a journalist/author be put in prison today for
    writing a book? N Korea, Communist China,AND SINGAPORE

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  18. LKC9215
    LKC9215 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @sandye2100 If you were a murderer, drug trafficker, molester, robber, etc,
    would you be deterred more by a simple fine or many strokes of the cane (or
    death in the case of murder and drug dealing)? Logic and the human mind
    itself dictate that harsher punishments will be met with a lower tendency
    to commit actions which will give rise to those repercussions. Also, yes, I

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  19. LKC9215
    LKC9215 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @sandye2100 Your facts may be facts, but what do they say about Singapore’s
    laws? How do those facts support your views? People don’t choose to not
    have children because “my children could get caned” or because “my children
    get hanged”, do they? What about the instant citizens (and even then
    citizenship status is not given freely – the decision process is highly
    selective. What instant citizens are you talking about?) Just a side
    question: Do you live in Singapore?

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  20. LKC9215
    LKC9215 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @sandye2100 The security breach resulted in the original 2 month jail term
    handed down to him – breaking and entering itself is a crime. Vandalism as
    an offense in Singapore carries with it between 3 and 8 strokes of the
    cane, and 3 months in jail. The caning was due to the offense itself, not
    due to any embarrassment that the Singapore Government may/may not have
    incurred. Fricker was convicted for vandalism in 2001 in Switzerland. If he
    had been caned earlier, would he have vandalized again?

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  21. LKC9215
    LKC9215 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @sandye2100 So how else do you think punishment should be like? A gentle
    reminder, a small slap on the wrist, a fine that deters no one? A fine that
    removes a person’s ability to earn a living? You deplore the use of
    measures such as caning and hanging – what else do you suggest is used in
    place of them that works equally well? You have criticisms but have not
    offered suggestions. If you have, please highlight them.

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  22. LKC9215
    LKC9215 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @sandye2100 The average citizen in Singapore is much more worried about
    bread and butter issues as opposed to whether they are going to get hanged
    or caned. Also, Hong Kong is not an independent country – it can depend on
    Mainland China. Japan has not abolished the death penalty. And while we’re
    on the topic, such acts are a matter of opinion, as you’ve acknowledged
    yourself. Just because you think it is barbaric does not mean the people in
    those countries think it is so.

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  23. sandye2100
    sandye2100 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @LKC9215 To remain rigid regarding mandatory state sponsored murder is
    plainly wrong, I can certainly appreciate different cultures of people, but
    the actions of Singapore’s government are not simply about its culture but
    more about carrying out outdated primitive tradtions; rituals passed down
    within a society. Traditions are not bad unless for example and they are
    discriminatory unjust and involve extremisim and violence. Hanging on to
    barbaric medieval practices will not affirm patriotism

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  24. LKC9215
    LKC9215 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    @sandye2100 oops – i meant stable social system, not political.

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  25. sandye2100
    sandye2100 17 March, 2015, 18:32

    Darshan Singh, former Chief Executioner in Singapore, brags about the
    hundreds and hundreds of people he hanged under the mandatory death penalty
    in Singapore in Alan Shadrakes book ‘Once a Jolly Hangman.’ Singh hanged 18
    men in one day and 7 people within 90 minutes. Mr. Shadrake is currently in
    prison for writing the truth. This is what happens in places where savages
    rule like N. Korea, Iran,—and third world Singapore.

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