Wednesday, May 03, 2006

PAP's lunch time rally.



edmundkhor:
A women was led away by the police when she tried to approach LHL at the rally. She had some grievances and wanted to seek the help of her "Justice Bao" PM Lee. After my recording time ran out, the wowen wandered into UOB banking hall and was again led away by the police. Se was last seen at the OUB Building before I left the scene..



Can someone translate for non-chinese speakers?

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

She said she was the second wife and her husband who passed away and left her some inheritance for her and her son. However, the first wife and her 3 sons claimed everything and left her with nothing.

She wrote to the PAP ministers (including PM LHL) for help but no reply was every returned to her. She even approached Prof S Jayakumar for help whom she claimed was the "best" but he couldn't help as it was beyond his ability...

something along this line....

Anonymous said...

Have you ever thought; how did this lady prepare all these documents by herself and put it so nicely in the clear folder? Very well prepared hor?

Anonymous said...

Very difficult to do so meh? You cannot is it?

Anonymous said...

She must have waited this moment for quite some time? You can prep your documents for a year and waited for this moment to seek justice?

prettyplace said...

Singaporeans are not stupid and preparing for justice is not wrong either.....

Ministers and MP's not responding and helping are at fault.

Please don't get mixed up,my friend.To come over to Boat Quay....in front of LHL, with so many people watching...
Do you think she was trying to get a role in Media Corp.

It's the hurt, pain....and helplessness.

Now, she got her ten mins of revenge.

Thank You for the translation.Thank You.
I see this everyday in my estate.Sembawang.

I wonder...why in Australia, where i lived for a few years
...oldies...go for bingo games...and sightseeing trips....
here they pick up cans.

What better future...with more cans to pick up....

LHL, the prince is going to lead us into the Dark Ages....

Anonymous said...

Well basically, the "translators" we have here forgot one piece of information at the very end. She's a patient from the mental hospital. Hence the reason why the "discrimination" she might be getting may be due to that fact. Although she showed pple documents that the doctor has officially written, she's "well". Have you ever heard of a mentally illed patient being cured? Well, another speculation might be, due to some sinister reasons, she's being put into mental hosipital. Hence ministers, being "sane" will not entertain letters written by a mental patient???

Anonymous said...

In Singapore anybody who's been to a Mental hospital is thought of as 'insane'. Does anybody know that even people suffering from depression can be admitted to mental hospital? and Yes, some mental health issues can be cured! People will laugh at our ignorance.