The esteemed mr brown points to a website by Singapore Transport Minister Yeo Cheow Tong:
Hi, I hope you enjoy my new website. This gives me an excellent opportunity to communicate with my constituents on an informal and friendly basis. Give a chuckle, what.
I never said that any increase in public transport fares would work out to be about 2 cents more per ride. It could be far more than that.
Cute. And given the libel-suit prone government, the site’s founder had the sense to mask his or her whois details.
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Mao: The Unknown Story - by Jung Chang and Jon Halliday:
A controversial and damning biography of the Helmsman.
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September 20th, 2005 at 12:05 am
Singapore only threatens to sue those outside of Singapore, but never sue. The fear is that Singapore will face a counter-suit in a foreign court. Helen Yeo and the Straits Times both threatened to sue me, but never did. I launched a lawsuit against Helen Yeo (Mrs. Yeo Cheow Tong) in the US Federal Court, District of Arizona. Unfortunately, it was impossible to serve papers on Helen Yeo because Singapore, a rogue nation, is not a signatory to the Hague Convention. Maybe I can catch her if she comes to visit her two quitter daughters in the US.