Boon Teck – The Patriotic Singaporean Speaks Out

February 3, 2007 at 4:25 pm 8 comments


My dear fellow citizens, it has come to my recent attention that the displaying of animosities and hostilities from our 2 neighbours has really come to a critical point. From the burning of the effigy of our beloved DPM, to baseless accusation of us being responsible for the floods and finally having our football team’s victory branded as kelong, all these is just too much to bear. Being small, rich , prosperous and overwhelming obnoxious among a sea of losers doesn’t give any one any excuses for free access to our asses 24/7! Sure, by all means envy us for our acheivements, pander to us for direct investments but puh-lease spare us your jealousies and resentments and stuff them up where the sun don’t shine.

My dear fellow citizens, for too long we have been absorbing all the fondling and dildoing coming from our so called friends with quiet dignity. For too long we have been enduring all the blowing and the doggying for the sake of upholding the spirit of camaraderie in the lame body call Asean. Not any more. No my dear fellow citizens No! The time has come for us to place our hands over our ass and say ENOUGH! From this moment on, we will not simply let any Mahathir or Billabongs push us to the wall and grope our “asset” as and when they like it! The time has come for us to take a stance. A stance that signal to the pongs and the thirs that if they mess with us, be prepare for the “STDs” that come with it. I hereby request our most honourable Government to hold a referendum to decide on the course of action to be taken against these 2 imbecile backwater cessland masquerading as sovereign nations. This is not only to preserve the prestige and dignity of our nation but also to maintain our country’s role as a beacon of light in a region of underperforming losers!




Your country has just been fucked by a neighbouring country. What do you think should be done?

A) Pretend nothing happen because we are a magnanimous country yo!

B) Resolve the spats through diplomatic means



REFERENDUM B (for the Illiterate):


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A) see-no-evil.jpg

B) george-yeo.jpeg

C) missle.jpeg


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8 Comments Add your own

  • 1. moomooman  |  February 5, 2007 at 4:10 pm

    We, the citizen of Singapore, pledged ourselves as one united people, regardless of race, language or religion, so as to build ….

    I seriously forgot the rest. Can someone fill me in.

  • 2. cheeky  |  February 6, 2007 at 3:24 pm

    nabeh how can you forget

  • 3. Sibeh Sian  |  February 7, 2007 at 3:25 am

    Whenever I forget, I just hymm the We Are Singapore song in my mind, and it works, presto :D!

    I vote for Option A because I’m a magnanimous hum chee :)

  • 4. cheeky  |  February 7, 2007 at 2:04 pm

    i very the disappointed in both of u

  • 5. Old Beng  |  February 8, 2007 at 7:30 am

    Me cannot endure anymore liao, must share share

    We the citizens of Singapore
    Pledge ourselves as one united people
    Regardless of Race, Language or Religion
    To build a democratic society
    Based on Justice and Equality
    So as to achieve
    Happiness, Prosperity and Progress
    For our Nation

  • 6. moomooman  |  February 9, 2007 at 3:12 pm

    ohh… yeah… that’s right.

    Come to think of it, Any chiongster would also have the same pledge..

    …unite people regardless of race, language or religion, so as to achieve happiness…

    I would like to unite with lian huay.

  • 7. Sibeh Sian  |  February 13, 2007 at 3:33 am

    Old Beng took the words out of my mouth, really! Let me contribute with more We Are Singapore song :D!

    “We are Singapore, we are Singapore, we will stand together, hear the lions roar :D!”

    I feel so patriotic now sia :)

  • 8. win  |  March 6, 2007 at 3:33 am



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