Sunday, May 12, 2013

You call this a Free Country?...We call it Stoogapore, who is not only Kiasu & Kiasi but sucks up to BN govt


21 Malaysians arrested for staging an outdoor protest at 

Merlion Park






"I hope Malaysians working or studying in Singapore will reflect more on their situation before acting illegally," Datuk Md Hussin Nayan said, according to Bernama.

*Update* SINGAPORE - The protest staged by some Malaysians in Singapore is illegal and those who knowingly organised and participated in such an illegal activity should face the consequences, said Malaysian High Commissioner to Singapore.

Get the full story from The Straits Times.
SINGAPORE - Police arrested 21 Malaysians who staged an outdoor protest at the Merlion Park at about 4.50pm today. This despite earlier police advisories that such gatherings are against Singapore's laws.
"The Police would like to reiterate while foreigners are allowed to work or live here, they have to abide by our laws.
"They should not import their domestic issues from their countries into Singapore and conduct activities which can disturb public order, as there can be groups with opposing views.
"Those who break the law will be seriously dealt with," the police said in a media statement on Saturday.

















PM Lee was among the first to congratulate PM Najib on his "Fraudulent GE-13" victory







SINGAPORE - "Prime Minister Lee said that he looked forward to continue working with Prime Minister Najib to strengthen ties. Both Prime Ministers agreed to further enhance our close bilateral partnership," MFA said in a statement.

Below is the full statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
SINGAPORE - Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong made a telephone call to Malaysian Prime Minister Dato' Sri Najib Razak this afternoon.
Prime Minister Lee congratulated Prime Minister Najib on his victory in the hard-fought General Election.
Prime Minister Lee said that he looked forward to continue working with Prime Minister Najib to strengthen ties. Both Prime Ministers agreed to further enhance our close bilateral partnership.
Prime Minister Lee has also written a congratulatory letter to Prime Minister Najib.
The text of the letter as follows:
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS SINGAPORE
MAY 6, 2013
Letter from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
Dear Prime Minister Najib,
Congratulations on leading the Barisan Nasional to a well-deserved victory in the 13th General Election, as well as on your win in Pekan! The Barisan Nasional's convincing win reflects your people's confidence in your leadership and the value they placed on continuity and stability.
This was a particularly hard-fought general election, but you ran a strong campaign that focused on your people's concerns and persuaded them of your vision for Malaysia.
I wish you all the best in your next term of Government. I look forward to continue working with you to deepen our bilateral cooperation. As we discussed at our Leaders' Retreat in February, our countries have large and growing stakes in each other's success. Let us strengthen our close partnership for the benefit of both our peoples.
Ho Ching joins me in congratulating you and in wishing you and Datin Sri Rosmah continued good health and success. We hope to see you again before too long.
Yours sincerely,
LEE HSIEN LOONG
YAB Dato' Sri Haji Mohd Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak Prime Minister Malaysia

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