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Political Crowd Funding: The Common Man Says F*** You

One of most prominent moments in the Godfather came when Michael Corleone tells his finance that his father, the Godfather of the Corleone family, advised Michael’s adopted brother Tom, to study law because “A lawyer with brief case steals more than a Gangster with a Gun.”

This gem of wisdom from the most famous fictional mafia don is often used as the centre of political jokes in Singapore. Singaporeans often quip that Singapore is a gangster town, its just that the gangsters all wear white (the standard dress code of the ruling People’s Action Party). It’s often said (in hushed tones) that Lee Kuan Yew was the biggest gangster in town and the only difference between Mr. Lee and his contemporaries was that he used “legal” means of dealing with political opponents. Unlike, say, the military rulers of Burma, Mr. Lee never sent troops in the streets to shoot people. However, if you said something he didn’t like, chances were, you end up with a hefty fine for libel imposed by the courts.

The late Mr. Lee was a good lawyer who, unlike his regional contemporaries, understood that Singapore needed the good will of the international community and that would require making sure that everything would be done legally. Being the good lawyer that he was, Mr. Lee understood that power was not so much a case of the letters of the law but how they were applied. If you look at the cases where the Singapore government has sued people, it’s hard to argue that they were technically wrong because if you followed the letter of the law, they were correct. It just so happened that whoever they were suing would inevitably be political opponents or publications that had given political opponents a voice. Even the most recent case, which involved the current Mr. Lee suing a blogger, Mr. Leong Sze Hian for the crime of sharing a post of his social media followed this pattern. The judgement in the matter can be found at: [LINK]

Think of this as a more advanced version of Bill Clinton’s “I did not have sexual relations,” defense. Technically he was not wrong because if one looked at the letter of the law, the definition of “sexual relations” did not constitute what he had received from Ms. Lewinisky, even if most of us would find it hard to imagine how one could be on the receiving end of a b**j** with someone one was not having a sexual relationship with.

The government’s use of lawsuits has become the stuff of legend. The late Mr. Lee famously bankrupted the late JB Jeyaratnam who was our first opposition member of parliament. Some of the most respected publications like the New York Times, the Far Eastern Economic Review and the Asian Wall Street Journal (now known as Wall Street Journal Asian Edition) were all taken to task in Singapore’s court system and made to pay hefty sums to Singapore’s political leadership.

The libel laws have been such that being an editor is a tough job in Singapore. One has to ensure that news is published but it’s done in such a way where one does not get sued. Editors er on the side of caution or as said officially, one learns to be “responsible.”

The late Mr. Lee made a name for suing. His immediate successor used them a less often because by then, most of us knew what was good for us and editors had become responsible.

It is, however, a slightly less rosy picture for the current Mr. Lee in as much as the internet and social media has allowed more people to enter the fray. Even someone as obscure as me can become a publisher. All I did was to sign up on the blogger platform with my gmail account. Sure, I don’t make money from blogging but who cares? I’m just a small and insignificant fry. Online sites, like TREmeritus and the Onlinecitizen have grown, thanks to an army of volunteers. If the editors of the mainstream were trained to be “responsible”, the same cannot be said about the team at these websites.

Mr. Lee has threatened to sue and sued bloggers. In some cases, as in the case of Mr. Alex Au and Yawning Bread, the threat of a law suite was averted when Mr. Au apologized and took down offending post. However, the threat of legal action made it such that Mr. Au’s brand became even more prominent (or as one of my friends often says – it showed he was important enough for him to be threatened.)

In a sense the internet has shown that the government is at a loss as to how to deal with people who are not motivated by that most effective of incentives – money. However, even more worrying for the government is that the internet has given “dissidents” a means of finding a way where a crippling law suite is no longer crippling.

First incident came in 2014 when the government took Mr. Roy Ngerng to court for defemination. Mr. Ngerng, wrote a post, which effectively accused to Prime Minister of misappropriating the national pension fund. Mr. Ngereng, who was at that time working for the National Health Care Group as an insignificant worker was promptly terminated. One would have imagined that a jobless worker would have capitulated at thought of having to fight a law suit, let alone face the prospects of the damages the court would have awarded the Prime Minister. However, Mr. Ngereng took to crowdfunding and as the article from the Straits Times states, he raised more than his estimated cost: [LINK]

While Mr. Ngereng lost his legal battle and now lives in Taiwan, the point became clear. There are enough members of the public who were willing to support Mr. Ngereng when he was facing the prospect of a law suit from the government. Admittedly, Mr. Ngereng’s accusations were serious and he didn’t have the means of proving them in court. However, while that may have been legally true, it became clear that there were enough people who saw this as the powers that be bullying an ordinary person.

Mr. Leong’s case, seven years later, has certain elements which Mr. Ngereng’s did not have. Firstly, this is about a post that happened three years ago. Mr. Leong did not write the post, he merely shared it without comment on his Facebook. When he was told to remove it, he did so within three days. Yet, despite his efforts to comply with the letter of the law, Mr. Leong was sued for damaging the Prime Minister’s reputation. : [LINK]

The message should be clear, the public or at least enough of the public is willing to support people whom it perceives as being bullied.

The lesson the government will inevitably learn is that it needs to tighten its grip on the internet. One should not be surprised if laws on crowdfunding tighten. The argument will be made that this is to protect the public from unscrupulous people and the definition of “unscrupulous” will made to include anyone that the government or courts deems so.

This will inevitably be the wrong lesson. The right lesson would be one that involves acknowledging that the public is losing its fear and losing tolerance with “bullying” techniques. One has to figure out new ways of doing things and just as the government has always had the letter of the laws on its side, the public is also learning to use the laws for itself. The government needs to get innovative instead of relying on the playbook written for a different era.

 

Tang Li

*Although I’ve been based mainly in Singapore for nearly two decades, I’ve had the privilege of being able meet people who have crossed borders and cultures. I’ve befriended ministers and ambassadors and worked on projects involving a former head of state. Yet, at the same time, I’ve had the privilege of befriending migrant labourers and former convicts. All of them have a story to tell. All of them add to the fabric of life. I hope to express the stories that inspire us to create life as it should be.

 

 

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27 Responses to “Political Crowd Funding: The Common Man Says F*** You”

  • A Late bankrupted another Late:

    “The late Mr. Lee famously bankrupted the late JB Jeyaratnam..”
    Technically this sentence is not quite wrong, right? How could a late bankrupt another late when both are now in the middle of nowhere?(pun intended).

    Given another thought, it, in all corners, stands correct. It’s absolutely correct ‘when they were still alive’, that that late had famously bankrupted that martyric late who died an endless fight against every possible tyranny.

    In all, Mr Tang Li had written many outstanding and astounding articles which are really food for thought for the avid readers and thinking commoners.

    To sum it Mr Tang had couageously articulated facts for public consumption and connective thinking. Kudos!

    TangLi should never come to a halt like TangLin Halt. Keep it up!

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  • It sounds Ngereng:

    All the suing episodes obviously or inadvertantly sounds very Garang and intimidatingly Ngereng…!

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  • Sung Gah Por:

    The most magnanimous leader of all time, not just the world.

    Anyone with an eye can see that.

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  • KT:

    Since the supreme leeder knew that crowdfunding is an easy way out, I worry that they might change or amend the laws to jail sentences. There is nothing the Party Against People dare not do. That is y we, the peoples, must vote in more opposition MPS.

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  • Bully becomes mummy eventually:

    Why did Pharoah not want any monuments built in his name?

    Because he already had an extensive pyramid scheme going stoopid, and a dynasty to go with that! Pharoah didn’t want to be mentioned in history books as the megalomaniac ruler of the worlds. After all, as a mummy he would be getting the best of the afterlife going forward, or so he thought. But he easily forgot about his pyramid of gross indiscretions and perverted injustices he had brought upon the people of the land.

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  • PAP mandate strong:

    Sg make singaporeans slaves ?
    Mmmm….Maybe but looks like rich “slaves” since many can donate. Roy , WP , LSH , …. Including funding for people e.g. maids or foreign workers who fell prone to serious illnesses plus operation and amass huge medical bills.

    Did LHL donate to LSH ?

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  • Realistically:

    @ Tang Li

    While I don’t disagree with your comments, I would like to point out the deficiencies.

    What you hv failed to mention is LKY made use of the ISA to neutralise even potential critic and opponents, while beginning with the supposed rein of wooden Goh Chok Tong, the PAPie regime resorted to suing the same group of people. The question is: why abandon the use of ISA for defamation?

    What you also failed to mention or question is the quality or otherwise of the defence against being sued for defamation.

    Assuming that the defence had mounted a credible defence, how come the judgment was still in favour of the plaintiffs ie, LKY, GCT, LHL and most of the other PAPie plaintiffs?

    What does the legal opinion of the UK’s foremost lawyer in Administrative Law and professional misconduct cases Mr Timothy Dutton CBE QC mean or its implication?

    Before Mr Dutton’s advice was published, there was the High Court decision to overturn the District Judge Olivia Low’s guilty verdict against Parti Liyani who was charged with theft of her employer, Liew Mum Leong’s belongings with Justice Chan Seng Oon criticising both DJ Low and the 2 DPPs.

    This was followed by concern about the travesty of justice suffered by Parti at the DC level by Assoc Professor Eugene KB Tan of SMU law faculty; and subsequently by Mr Harpreet Singh Nehal SC in the 158th ranked Straits Times.

    Also of significance was Law & Home Minister K.Shanmugam’s rejection of convening a COMMISSION OF INQUIRY into the SINKaPOOR’s judiciary in the context of the Minister’s 21/3/18 Parliament Speech in which he said that if the quality of the judiciary suffered, the “COUNTRY (also) SUFFERS”…………given that Mr Dutton’s legal opinion of the decision by the 3 Judges Court presided by Sundaresh Menon CJ himself with Steven Chong JA and Woo Bih Li J in the coram; the Parti’s acquittal and the said comments I hv mentioned…………….and as I had previously indicated other cases as well including my own experience of travesties of justice.

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  • opposition dude:

    I wouldn’t worry too much about PAP’s upcoming crowdfunding silly law because it would once again show us all that PAP still hang on to their old knuckle duster ways and are not willing to change even though times have changed.

    You want to use the full extent of the law to prosecute whoever you deem as irritants just keep on doing so since you already are so used to it and it’s a guaranteed win too. But what you cannot change is the MINDSET and PERCEPTION of you being a bully when no harm has been done. People can think and analyse, we aren’t stupid enough to just read the extremely biased one sided reporting printed in the newspaper.

    This is exactly how it was when Pofma was first introduced, critics saw it as a way to silence them and they were proved right when it was used liberally during last year’s election. No surprise that after people complained about it we haven’t read of anyone being pofma’ed since.

    So it’s actually a damn great thing that PAP has leadership that hangs on to the old ways of doing things and not giving a damn of what the people think. Do you all remember someone once said that “We do what we think is right, never mind what the people think”? This will only serve to create MISTRUST between voters and the government and in time to come this will lead to PAP’s vote share going south more and more.

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  • Soccerbetting2:

    Stated above :Quote -”Unlike, say, the military rulers of Burma, Mr. Lee never sent troops in the streets to shoot people…..”Unquote.

    Response : I beg the pardon .I seem to read something a little bit bit difference many years or decade back. Based on recall memory only if I remember correctly,it goes like this- there is some bus company strike or riot decades back .And some armed guards think is some Singh or Indian being ordered to control that riot in some street. And the instruction from LKY is to shoot two bullets in the sky first ,and if the riot still did not stop or under control,then those think two armed guards is to shoot at the riot ! I quite remember at least one or two shot dead. After that firings,the riot all dispersed ! LKY is very decisive ! Think it happened any time between 1950-1980 .Cannot remember the exact year !

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  • Tremendous:

    Did the judge conclude that sharing a message is the same as endorsing it ?

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  • Billy ma:

    Lky a good lawyer?
    That’s not really true.

    A good lawyer or any ordinary lawyer should & would not leave his family in a mess fighting over his assets after he passed.

    Or maybe he was a good lawyer but a foolish father who doesn’t really know his own children.

    Or his children just simply act like what good children should be when the old man is around.

    Or like some may believe that this is karma & payback for whatever wrongs he’s done.

    Or Singaporeans may had overestimate Lky for who he is.

    Anyway he did not get to bring a single cent with him or did he?

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  • Realistically:

    Sorry, the coram of the 3 Judges Court for hearing Lee Suet Fern’s appeal consisted of Sundaresh Menon CJ, Judith Prakash JA and Woo Bih Li J.

    The coram for my appeal/application consisted of Sundaresh Menon CJ, Steven Chong JA and Woo Bih Li in [2020]SGCA 4.

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  • All eyes are now on Terry of TOC. He will surely lose the case for sure, but will there be another round of crowdfunding or will a famiLEE member foot his bills since it was the famiLEE member’s statement that got Terry into trouble in the first place.

    If TOC shuts down due to this fiasco, then TRE will also call it a day. Clearly, the environment in Sinkieland is not conducive for bloggers who are not pro-party, even though TRE is a neutral platform.

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  • Fool:

    You shoots too early too fast. You have given PAP another one-stone-kills-two-birds reason to go all out to shut down TOC. Though you meant well but your big mouth will back fire. Never tell your enemy your plan. It seems like we have a lot of stupid people like you in Singapore. Stupidity has no cure.

    TRE Techie:
    All eyes are now on Terry of TOC. He will surely lose the case for sure, but will there be another round of crowdfunding or will a famiLEE member foot his bills since it was the famiLEE member’s statement that got Terry into trouble in the first place.

    If TOC shuts down due to this fiasco, then TRE will also call it a day. Clearly, the environment in Sinkieland is not conducive for bloggers who are not pro-party, even though TRE is a neutral platform.

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  • PAP is Finished:

    It’s a case of mental slavery, mind control and Stockholm syndrom in Spore, is it not?

    PAP mandate strong:
    Sg make singaporeans slaves ?
    Mmmm….Maybe but looks like rich “slaves” since many can donate. Roy , WP , LSH , …. Including funding for people e.g. maids or foreign workers who fell prone to serious illnesses plus operation and amass huge medical bills.

    Did LHL donate to LSH ?

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  • Realistically:

    @ TRE Techie:
    April 8, 2021 at 3:21 am (Quote)

    >>All eyes are now on Terry of TOC. He will surely lose the case for sure, …….<<

    Like most commenters including lawyer Teo Soh Lung, you fail to understand that SINKaPOOR's common law system which is inherited from the English system and found in many past British colonies including the USA, Canada, Australia, India, NZ etc………..is ADVERSARIAL.

    Assuming that Terry Xu gets a fair trial under an independent judge, the decision would be based on the factual matrix, legal arguments, precedent cases if any etc…………….

    However, the fact that there have been travesties of justice only goes to show that the justice system in SINKaPOOR is not what the PAPie regime had propagandised to the international community and sinkies.

    Back to your quote: what do you mean by Terry "will surely lose"? Because his defence is not meritorious of because he would not get a fair trial meeting the core principles of jurisprudence?

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  • Realistically:

    Slight correction:

    Because his defence is not meritorious OR because he would not get a fair trial meeting the core principles of jurisprudence?

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  • @Realistically

    What I meant is simply:

    1. Even if a worst-performing law undergraduate were to represent the plaintiff, he will lose the case.
    2. Even if all the UK and USA supreme court judges were to represent him, he will still lose the case.

    It’s as simple as that, no need to bla bla bla so much.

    “what do you mean by Terry “will surely lose”? Because his defence is not meritorious of because he would not get a fair trial meeting the core principles of jurisprudence?”

    You can flush all that down the toilet, it really doesn’t matter.

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  • Realistically:

    @ TRE Techie:
    April 8, 2021 at 4:23 pm (Quote)

    >.1. Even if a worst-performing law undergraduate were to represent the plaintiff, he will lose the case.
    2. Even if all the UK and USA supreme court judges were to represent him, he will still lose the case.<<

    B4 I address what I've quoted you, let me say that, having quickly gone through the judgment of Justice Kannan in the AHTC v the Town Counsellors – not the actual title of the suit, but I guess people know the case – I agree with Justice Kannan.

    As for the quoted part, there is a price to be paid for any decision which can be seen beyond reasonable doubt that it was biased and a travesty of justice. The debunking of the 3 Judges Court decision to suspend Lee Suet Fern without any legal basis has drawn widespread criticisms, especially in the UK………….the fallout remains to be seen. I also take it that you meant that the judiciary is not independent.

    Tech: Again, I merely said “he will lose the case for sure”, nothing else, PERIOD.

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  • Realistically:

    @ TRE Techie:
    April 8, 2021 at 4:23 pm (Quote)

    Further to my comment, I thought you and other readers might like to know what Judicial Commissioner Foo Tuat Yien had said in her Record of Proceedings (ie written judgment) in my 1st level of appeal against the Assistant Registrar’s decision to unjustifiably and illegally struck out most parts of my Statement of Claims in HCF/RAS 12/2017:

    “I notice that Mr Bin has done research into the law and
    has taken pains to prepare for this case. When I asked him earlier,(whether he is a lawyer) he informed me that he has a degree in ….”

    Judge of Appeal Judith Prakash remarked that she found me “intelligent” when I asked for and was granted an extension of time to file the necessary submissions and documents in my appeal for the CA/CA 186/2017 in C/SUM 50/2018, whereas Justice Choo Han Teck found my submission for a judicial review under HC/OS 1496/2018 to be “NOVEL”.

    I believe, I know what I’m talking about in my earlier comments in THIS thread, as in ALL my comments previously made.

    Tech: Frankly, I have no idea what you are talking about, in as far as your case is concerned. No head no tail = no idea whatsoever.

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  • Realistically:

    @ Tech:

    >>Frankly, I have no idea what you are talking about, in as far as your case is concerned. No head no tail = no idea whatsoever.<<

    Aiyah, if no time and or interest just read through the judgment with the neutral citation number: Bin Hee Heng v Ho Siew Lan (Acting as Executrix and Trustee of the Estate of Ho Siu Ngin) [2020]SGCA 4 at this link:

    https://www.singaporelawwatch.sg/Portals/0/Docs/Judgments/2020/2020%20SGCA%204.pdf

    Quote at [34]:

    "Furthermore, a decision which appears to a litigant to be contrary to the authorities does not in itself mean a breach of constitutional rights. Also, an oral decision may expand on reasons given below or it may not. There is no necessity to repeat reasons already given or to expand on reasons if the expansion serves no useful purpose"

    You might like first of all to understand what is meant by common law in so far as the above quote pertains; and also a better understanding of the Constitution in particular the Oath of office of a judge of the Supreme Court as shown in the First Schedule (Form 6)read with Article 2 and 4 of the Constitution. By the way, "the authorities" included several made by some of those appeal judges themselves including CJ Menon on the SAME legal issue in other judgments, out of over 70 authorities which clearly showed that those decisions were CONTRARY to SETTLED laws and therefore unsustainable based on the common law principle/doctrine.

    You might also like to understand the REMIT of an appeal court with regard to the unjustifiable striking out of a statement of claim/cause of action at the INTERLOCUTORY stage.

    You might also like to understand the THRESHOLD for striking out a cause of action at the INTERLOCUTORY STAGE………..

    No need to know the full case which would show up even more of the travesties of justice…………..but the above is enough, at least for those with law 101 knowledge to know what I mean to understand my case.

    Tech: I get a very bad headache when read legal docs. So maybe you can help by just telling me what were you so pissed about and what were you fighting for?

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  • Realistically:

    @ @ Tech:

    >>Frankly, I have no idea what you are talking about, in as far as your case is concerned. No head no tail = no idea whatsoever.<<

    Quite frankly I'm not interested in whether u or anyone else having "no idea what (I am) talking about", which is why I hv not been commenting on TRE as frequently as before……..and this is my last comment in this thread.

    Just to remind sinkies that Law & Home Affairs Minister's defence of the justice system attributing that to a lapse of Police with respect to the travesty of justice in District Judge Olivia Low's conviction of Parti Liyani, has been met with derision and disdain, against the weight of evidence and the factual matrix.

    As I said, you might like to also understand, if you are so inclined, the concept of fidelity to the law, in this case the SUPREME LAW of SINKaPOOR, that is the CONSTITUTION of the Republic of Singapore and the Rule of Law, to better appreciate the REALITY of the justice system.

    So long for now.

    Tech: Again, no freaking idea what you talking about, so very the deep. So you know the law, good for you. So a High Court Judge praised you, I’m very impressed. So you must blow your own trumpet time and time and time and over and over and over again?

    I used to drink and play pool with ministers (they were not ministers then) and lawyers, even current senior counsels donkey years ago at Ah Heng’s place (a Pub beside MOM), did you see me even remotely mention that?

    Know some big shot very big fiack issit? Daniel D Costa’s mom and current high court judge childhood friends, he also kenna charged wat, dio bo? Sinkieland is no China, know someone useless one, be that SOMEONE is more practical.

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  • Wow. Famous.:

    Didn’t know that you are so famous in Singapore.

    Fierce!

    Realistically:
    Sorry, the coram of the 3 Judges Court for hearing Lee Suet Fern’s appeal consisted of Sundaresh Menon CJ, Judith Prakash JA and Woo Bih Li J.

    The coram for my appeal/application consisted of Sundaresh Menon CJ, Steven Chong JA and Woo Bih Li in [2020]SGCA 4.

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  • Wow. Famous.:

    Salute lah. You are one of the very few to openly identify yourself in this forum.

    Don’t play play with Bin. He has been thru many court trials. Even have one on-going, right?

    Unlike mxkx who demands other’s full details but remains anonymous.

    Realistically: Bin Hee Heng

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  • LUPIN:

    @ TRE Techie

    It is the other way round. TRE will shut down first. Lately, already hijacked by Tan Kin Lian with all his “trash articles”, readers are migrating to TOC.

    BTW, TRE is not interested in quality of its’ content. Saying it is neutral is a slap to the editors here. It is bias to those with DEEP POCKETS. Most regulars had left. Tired of TRE’s hypocrisy.

    TRE Techie:
    All eyes are now on Terry of TOC. He will surely lose the case for sure, but will there be another round of crowdfunding or will a famiLEE member foot his bills since it was the famiLEE member’s statement that got Terry into trouble in the first place.

    If TOC shuts down due to this fiasco, then TRE will also call it a day. Clearly, the environment in Sinkieland is not conducive for bloggers who are not pro-party, even though TRE is a neutral platform.

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  • @LUPIN

    Truth be told, TRE is actually not ‘waiting’ for TOC to shut down. In fact, we have already announced months ago that this year may be TRE’s last dance as some of our regular contributors and freelance editors are so sick and tired of writing anymore.

    With my sickness, I have also indicated that I am leaving TRE for good to spend quality time with my wife. So whether TOC shuts or not, TRE is calling it a day, just waiting for its servers’ lease to run out since it is paid yearly.

    As for your accusation of TRE being biased to those with deep pockets, if it is indeed so, then TRE would need to be asking for donations or funding. Unlike TOC which is backed by a famiLEE member, TRE is not affiliated or associated with anyone, so where the ‘deep pocket’ came from?

    Anyway, accuse TRE of anything you want, it doesn’t matter because the truth can never be distorted as lies and vice versa.

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  • Not only SIN but Indo noe:

    Bootlicking n cootlicking shitty time proudly present SIN gang will be helping to fight graft in Indonesia. Indonesian workers in SIN are mockingly hissing among themselves. These pay n pay scums should look themselves in the mirror before interferring with Indonesian affairs. Graft in Indonesia is illegal compared with legalized robbery in SIN among the arrogant bastards n what Yang n Ling called compliant bureaucrats. If Malaysia, Pinay rpor Indo PM wife habe cabinets of shoes, SIN shit will have billions of Yusof notes stacked away with millions trashing to CBs better known among foreigners in SIN as Cunt B*$t**d$!

    SIN neutrality is to spurn and humiliate neighouring cheap labour slaves nation including powerful PRC workers n PR unless they r loaded like the superrich like Horsing Cloud with billions to stuff the supergreedy arrogant pstybs and gorilla n its cootlickers. SIN Govt Ptd according to Livking Whore thinks that Xi is daft that he would believe these SG Pte t angel n true to what drop out from them re neutality while hoping to lure like the honkies young idiot for the white shits to point the missiles on the island at Tian An. Amos orrible man humiliate many slave supplying nation but all of them outlived him to have the last laugh at his nfi dhs n $ stupidified escaped Le Gorila hoping to knock off n repace the nfi history greed maniac having his stone bust busted with spits from all seeing it!

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