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WP supporter harasses Kenneth Jeyaretnam with racist messages

Posted by temasektimes on January 10, 2013

As the election campaign for Punggol East heats up, WP supporters have gone on a rampage to harass other opposition parties to intimidate them not to contest in the by-election!

Besides taunting and smearing other opposition supporters online, they have now resorted to attacking potential candidates to deter them from contesting in the election.

Reform Party Chief Kenneth Jeyaretnam got the shock of his life when he received a racist email from a WP supporter in his inbox today:

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(The message is not republished here because of its offensive content against an ethnic minority in Singapore)

In the meantime, the Singapore Democratic party has sent notes to WP, inviting it for discussions to avoid a three-corner fight, but has yet to receive a formal reply from them.

The Workers Party has eschewed working with other opposition parties, preferring to align itself with the ruling PAP instead. Its Chairman Sylvia Lim frequently sung praises of the PAP in interviews with the international media, earning her the tag of being the PAP’s unofficial spokeswoman.

13 Responses to “WP supporter harasses Kenneth Jeyaretnam with racist messages”

  1. No Can Do said

    TT’s a b@##sh*t site 4 sure. Always whacking WP can only mean it’s a splittist site to help the PAPies at the expense of the rest of us. Period.
    Best 4 netizens 2 ignore this site.

  2. Robin hood said

    Scurry away you rodents, before I devour you one by one. Says the CAT. Who else.

  3. TC Chua said

    Please don’t do anything stupid. While we have our own preference, they have all their rights to be in this process. So, once again, don’t do stupid things, and will only harm the party you support!

  4. R Usha said

    I appeal to all other candidates other than those from the WP and SDP to quit from the race for the Punggol East by election. While it is a foregone conclusion that the PAP will romp to victory in this by election, the contest betwen WP and SDP is welcomed because it will finally show the SDP that they are as outdated a party as their secretary general who flogs a dead horse (but not as bad as Reform Party’s KJ)

  5. Beware said

    Beware This Is A PAP Site.

  6. Annoymous said

    This is a PAP website, I wonder why people still come here. To get brainwash?

  7. Annoymous said

    “The Workers Party has eschewed working with other opposition parties, preferring to align itself with the ruling PAP instead. Its Chairman Sylvia Lim frequently sung praises of the PAP in interviews with the international media, earning her the tag of being the PAP’s unofficial spokeswoman.”

    I like TT, always have magic sentence attacking WP and singing praise to PAP. LOL.

  8. richard said

    This post is probably written by a SDP supporter. They’re all trying to smear WP during this Punggol BE.

  9. Sure or not said

    TT are you helping the PAPig at this moment, where were you for the last few months why start publishing now when contesting begin.

  10. Wrong example said

    PAP is in play now. Watch out before they make the opposition parties fight n disunite.

  11. Animal Farm said

    You guys ever read Animal Farm? The animals revolt and drive the humans from the farm, renaming it “Animal Farm”. They adopt Seven Commandments of Animalism, the most important of which is, “All animals are equal”. Than the pigs elevate themselves to positions of leadership and set aside special food items, ostensibly for their personal health. Years pass, and the pigs learn to walk upright, carry whips and wear clothes. The Seven Commandments are reduced to a single phrase: “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others”.

  12. Around 10,000 people, mostly members and supporters of opposition parties, took part in the protests. Their slogans included “Condemn election rigging”, “Don’t accept the distorted result of the election”, and “We cannot let the king [Rajapakse] shut the mouth of the media”. Police refused to allow loudspeakers to be used.

  13. A Singaporean Abroad said

    Plain childish.

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