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P65ers Chingay Hip Hop Video

Posted by inspir3d on February 27, 2007

Got to at least give them some marks for trying… 🙂

From another angle

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18 Responses to “P65ers Chingay Hip Hop Video”

  1. Lucky Tan said

    I feel so proud to have such versatile MPs. They have connected so well with Singaporeans through their dance steps. Unlike the Chee feller who is only good at talking loudly in public without a public entertainment license, I’m sure our MPs applied for licenses to perform and there is no breach of illegal gathering laws.

    I’m sure these are the MPs who with fight with every ounce of integrity and energy for ordinary Singaporeans and the needy. They will defend us against cost increases and protect us against the side effects of globalisation. They will secure our freedom, our rights as citizens and lead all of us to a better tomorrow.

  2. too hard said

    I would prefer that they expend the same amount of time and energy for monkeying around to getting to know their ward residents, especially those who are in need of assistance.

    We should stop feeding the monkeys.

  3. mojo said

    Oh Puhleeze! What a messy and half-hearted performance! All the hype and this is what they deliver? They should just concentrate on being MPs; work hard to deserve their million dollar salaries. We’re not paying them to act like clowns! Damn bloody bull crap!

  4. wbg said

    Lucky Tan said,

    “I’m sure these are the MPs who with fight with every ounce of integrity and energy for ordinary Singaporeans and the needy. They will defend us against cost increases and protect us against the side effects of globalisation. They will secure our freedom, our rights as citizens and lead all of us to a better tomorrow.”

    Do you think MPs are Gods? Get real. There will always be costs increases and increased competition from globalisation. Society does not owe you a living but your parents. Don’t hold the wishful thinking that it is always other people’s obligation to be kind and caring saints and do all your lazy hard work for you. It can abandon you like a rotting third world child starving to death on a desert plain for all it cares. If you think the government is not doing enough, go and contribute to the people instead of being a whiny unproductive big talker.

  5. Siyu said

    i heard that MPs surf blogs too, to understand how ppl are thinking of them.

    I suppose Lucky Tan wanted them to read his post and spur them on..
    hopefully i m right and he’s not one of those pathetic MPs who remarks about themselves.

    *fingers crossed*

  6. Viogger said

    Oh… The laughters in the background… quite an amusing video…

  7. wbg said

    Siyu,

    Writing satire and sarcastic blog posts are no way to spur on. And he is not an MP. And if you have evidence to show that MPs comment about themselves, please show it to me, otherwise it is just a sweeping slanderous remark.

  8. Naskes said

    It was written in the papers previously that there are pseudo pap youth who infiltrate forums and try to subtly transform public views. This is a fact confirmed by the party itself.

    So nice try “Lucky Tan”. I applaud the MPs effort to bridge the gap, even if it seems futile. However, I prefer a more sincere approach to the moulding of views as opposed to such “behind-the-scenes” action.

    And please be realistic and wake up. If their vigour shown in dancing can be transformed to “defend us against cost increases and protect us against the side effects of globalisation”, then where is the extra 2% GST which we will incur soon coming from? Not to mention the influx of foreign scholars who do not contribute locally after their bonds.

    And you mentioned “Secure our freedom”. From what? Are we being held captive? If so, isnt it a catch 22, where they are the ones holding us captive?

    Try harder Tan.. a lot harder…

  9. wbg said

    Naskes said,

    “It was written in the papers previously that there are pseudo pap youth who infiltrate forums and try to subtly transform public views. This is a fact confirmed by the party itself.”

    Where is the fact?

  10. Sam said

    I think Lucky Tan was being sarcastic. Not so sure.

    Wbg sounds more like the one showing support for the MPs and the government over here. Not trying to imply that he is an MP himself though, in case I get accused of saying “a sweeping slanderous remark”.

  11. wbg said

    I only support logical people, whoever they are.

  12. Naskes said

    I must admit that I can no longer get the original softcopy, but here is a pic of the newspaper cutting, which can be obtained from the archives of the National Library.

    http://theory.isthereason.com/?p=1502

    Peace.

  13. wbg said

    If the newspaper said so, you would believe it? Many people who distrust the local papers would not agree with you. And when did the government admit it? It could be a rumour for all we know.

  14. Nicole said

    Urh. Can no one else see the sarcasm in Lucky Tan’s comment?

  15. P79 said

    If missing the point was strawberries, we’d all be swimming in yogurt now.

  16. K2 said

    Who’s the guy in blue? Darn uncordinated.

    I can’t believe they went ahead and did it. Somebody shoot me please.

  17. swyx said

    um Wbg sounds more like one of those pap anonymous forum posters than anything else. like, okay, okay, i know ur not. just saying. stop attacking casual commenters. ur wasting ur time. we come, we leave our comment, and we couldnt give a damn about your reply.

  18. snore said

    go read lucky tan’s blog and you’ll know where he/she’s coming from. A spy he/she certainly isn’t; can’t anyone see the sarcasm??!?!? my gosh. we’re heading to the pits.

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