Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Dr Janil Puthucheary from PAP


Proud Grin from Dr Janil Puthucheary of PAP

I sure that there are many people writing about Dr Janil Puthucheary in internet forums or blogs after PAP introduced the 1st batch of new candidates. He had became a Singapore Citizen in 2008 then talent spotted by PAP to be their candidates. His father was an ex ISA detainee, but so what? If his father was an ISA detainees or not, I am sure that I will not vote for him.

If he can betrayed his father's cause, can he stand for and fight for what is right? After all he is just a 4 years old Singaporean.....

I saw his introduction video from Youtube. I am not sure that is he actually blabbing about. Can't he speaks in simple English? He sounded liked he was in the sharing about why he come to Singapore or becoming a citizen with his family.

Another higher than thou candidate from PAP-land, living on top of PAP white ivory tower......

What next PAP? Introducing another candidates from PRC? I will fall off my seat if a "Ah Tiong" introduced himself or herself in deep accent Mainland Mandarin or English!

Look at his proud & arrogant grins at 0:59 & 5:06

24 comments:

  1. Tell him to go back to his country, we don't need him here.

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  2. I hear a lot of grumbling that he did not serve National Service. But he did. He served in KK hospital and it is taken as national service for doctors.
    Its the same as our scholars, they spend most of their time studying overseas but it's considered national service.

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  3. The son is the father of the man

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  4. The author shall also go back to where his grandfather or his father comes from as well.

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  5. The guy who says time in KK hospital is considered national service deserves to be sent to IMH. NS is supposed to train soldiers to defend your country - if the enemy is charging at you, it's the bullet, not the stetoscope which will decide who gets to live. Next they will be saying, time in parlaiament house is same as serving national service.

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  6. His words on public service being an ideal and then he goes out and joins the party that says that public service comes with a COST. A party that says that men/women will not serve if not paid, WELL above what other idealistic men/women in the world are paid

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  7. Whatever our sentiments about him are,he is
    going to get in. Courtesy of that wonderful PAP meritocratic electoral system, the GRCs.
    Just make us want to bang our heads against the wall

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  8. The Coming Election will be comprehensively contested by Alternative Parties.
    IF voters are sincere in wanting Alternative Representatives in the Parliament, vote for them. It is pointless and futile to rant and grouse without taking the action to change the situation.

    The Opportunity is present in the Coming Election and failure to make use of the Opportunity to make change means the complaints of the people do not hold water.

    And please do not claim that there is no chance for a change when the people choose to remain indifferent.

    There will be no social instability or upheavals even if the Alternative Parties are able to upset the Ruling Party. Singaporeans are sensible and conduct themselves well all along. So, there is nothing to fear.

    patriot

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  9. Are you sure he is a married man and a doctor ?

    He seems rather having GAY behavioral tendencies. Such as his body actions and speech. Notice he shakes his shoulders like an aqua in Geylang Lor 16 and his speech like a typical gay! No wonder NS don't want him and got him to skip serving Ns. Imagine what would have happened to this pondan doc in NS camp ? Would have got his arse torn apart, as big as his mouth ! He better remain in Midland !

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  10. Very sad indeed, true Singaporeans will soon will be led by new citizens. All true Singaporeans MUST STAND UP before we become no body!

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  11. To the person who said that Mr Puthucheary's job at KK is equivalent to National Service, I'd beg to differ. This might sound pedantic but while both 'National Service' and 'national service' are essentially made up of the same words, they are not - and do not encompass - the same thing! While serving as a doctor undeniably serves the community, it is ultimately a chosen job - a career - and therefore is not the same as National Service. Simply put, a doctor performing his job is as much a 'national service' as a cleaner performing his job to keep our estates clean. It cannot qualify or replace National Service.

    Male Singapore-born government scholars perform their mandatory National Service before continuing their 'national service' as civil servants upon completion of their studies. National Service is done out of duty as a Singaporean; it is not something borne out of ambition or simple personal choice, be it career or financial ambitions. It is one thing to discuss whether male New Citizens should be made to do National Service or otherwise (I personally am ambivalent on this). But please do not cheapen this contribution which all our National Servicemen made in such a way as you've done.

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  12. WP has candidate that becomes citizen in 2010.

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  13. Bringing in a new citizen as a candidate is one thing. Bringing in a new citizen as a candidate and proudly parading that candidate as part of our country's "4G Leadership" which would "see the next Prime Minister" as that candidate brassily talks about defending the country and its constituents without having actual experience in doing so is a totally different matter. I am sure Singaporeans would not be so disturbed by his candidature if not for his seemingly hubristic posturing, apart from the fact that he can so easily dismiss and cheapen his own father's experience.

    Who is the WP candidate in question, by the way?

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  14. I don't understand why we need foreign talent to fill our government. Are there not enough singaporeans to go round? How can someone who's only been a citizen for 3 years be entrusted to make decisions in the best interests of singaporeans?!! Its one thing to hire consultants and fly the world scouting for best in class ideas (which, incidentally seems to me why we pay top dollar to train and hire the best scholars in the first place), it's another to ask us to accept the guy as our appointed representative. Honestly, PAP, you can do better..

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  15. Ask him to summarise. Waste our time. Talk so much with stuff that is immaterial. Never serve NS yet want to serve the country? If "serving" at KK Hospital is serving NS, did he get NSF salary there? All ladies can claim to serve NS by becoming mothers and the guys who are parents double NS if they are parents too.

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  16. Contrast that to Chen Show Mao who was a taiwanese who did not have to serve NS but volunteered to do so before he became a Singapore citizen. Now that's what I call real commitment to Singapore.

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  17. For all of you those dumb asses who serve 2 yrs of NS then act like you saved mother earth!! Just save it larr....his kids will be serving NS even if he did not. He is serving the people. If you are so talented how come i dont see you being chosen. The truth is NOT EVERYONE is qualified to be part of this team of people leading Singaporeans to where Singapore is right now.

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  18. folks, off the sound and just look at him talk... n trust your instincts.. do u really believe a single word coming out of that hole? he's an arrogant guy so choke full of himself that he thinks everyone else are just mindless zombies yearning to hear his shite...

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  19. Are we outsourcing our government?

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  20. bull shit.national service is must for everyone. why is him an exception????

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  21. from young i have always been told ns is a must yet now a foreigner who have not serve the ns asks for my mandate???????????

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  22. try to see thing from the point of view of the family of the babies he saved. i believed he saved many from his work in the icu

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  23. you kiddin me right? save many? that's what he's suppose to do.

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  24. fucking keling so big mouth and damn like smart alec like that ..

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