Tuesday, May 19, 2009

SDP hopes other Countries don't look to Singapore

The fact that a U.S. journalist praised Singapore's strategy on containing terrorism within the island state had riled the nerves of the anti-nation SDP. After failing to provide constructive ideas on how to handle Mas Selamat's escape and first to doubt the Singapore Police Force effort in providing intelligence to the Malaysians, SDP has become an anti-nation political party in Singapore.

The Internal Security Act (ISA) has enabled Singapore to survive through the threat of Communism and ensured the peace that we enjoy with the swift detaining of suspected terrorists. Without the ISA, could we have prevented the bombing of Yishun MRT or Changi Airport? Does the SDP have any suggestion at all?

SDP: "The fact that not a single shred of evidence has been presented against these detainees doesn't seem to bother Mr Dobson who incredibly lives in a country that prides itself on the rule of law."

Hey, the country that prides itself on the rule of law has already act without the law in Guantanamo Bay.

SDP: "The writer cites the president of the state-sanctioned Islamic Religious Council of Singapore, Mr Alami Musa, as saying that 'Singapore is the one place in the world I know where relations between the government and the Muslim community are better after 9/11.' How Mr Alami arrives at his conclusion is unquestioned and Mr Dobson passes the remark off as fact."

Is SDP trying to stir up some tension in multiracial and multireligious Singapore? This paragraph is totally challenging the fabric of the nation. SDP is insinuating that there is tension among the Muslim community. If the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore cannot represent the voice of the Muslims in Singapore, who else? How SDP arrives at its sentiment is fascinating.

What other strategies are there other than torture (U.S.) and
rehabilitating terrorists (Singapore)?

This is something SDP never says, or better worded, doesn't know. As always, they make mythical and biased criticisms but never leave behind a useful idea. This marks the uniqueness of SDP as compared to PAP, WP, SDA, etc.

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