If you are reading this and you like to post sexy cutesy pictures of xiao mei mei in hardwarezone forums and follow it up with lewd remarks like “I ish wanna dog$y chiu” or “fap fap” or “so cute, can cim”…then you better stop doing so because you might be charged with inciting violence or sexual assualt. Even though it’s true that you might fantasize about doing wonderful things with that xmm just as we fantasize about how sometimes we want to blow up the faces of PAPies (because they really frustrate us). But you cannot put your fantasies online anymore ok, zheng hu will come after you. Want to do just do it liao, don’t just say say on FB.
Man on trial for posting Facebook entries inciting violence
AsiaOneWednesday, Jan 18, 2012
A man posted content of a violent nature on his Facebook page and on a Facebook fan page.
His postings consisted of a video clip of an assassination, and a photo of a soldier about to execute former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Wong Kan Seng.
Gary Yue Mun Yew, 36, has denied charges of inciting violence by posting these documents on the Temasek Review’s Facebook fan page, and on his own Facebook page.
On August 9, 2010, Yue allegedly posted the link to a video clip depicting the assassination of former Egyptian president Anwar Sadat on the Temasek Review’s Facebook fan page, with the comment: “We should re-enact a live version of this on our own grand-stand during our national’s parade!!!!!!”
He also allegedly posted a digitally manipulated photo showing a Vietnamese soldier holding a gun to the head of former Deputy Prime Minister Wong Kan Seng.
Yue said he did the postings out of frustration with work, and in response to online discussions about national issues such as the Mas Selamat escape and pro-foreigner policies.
His lawyers said he had no intention to incite violence, nor was it likely that the postings would incite violence.
The trial is possibly the first of its kind here.
If convicted, Yue faces a jail term of up to five years and/or a fine on each charge.
If we think about it, if this guy had change the soldier picture to Wong Kan Seng and then show WKS going to execute someone, can WKS charge him for defamation, to say that he is trying to portray him as an unfair murderer? I mean WKS is after all out former Home Affairs minister who have kept out street safe and secure from terrorists, druggies, robbers etc….
Another point, we don’t even have bank robberies in Singapore, so how would anyone even try to assassinate PAPies during NDP? They have to get pass the security cordon, get pass the guard of honour, get pass the personal bodyguards, and then get pass the gong gong looking Chief of Defence with his Excalibur that can loop off your head in one swift swope. LOL. Ok, maybe it is one of those personal bodyguards or guard of honour (with their blank bullets), but if these people really want to do it, they won’t be inspired by a video of Sadat’s assassination right? They must have been verbally abused by ministers or ministers’ wives and children and uncles and aunties etc etc…eat sharks’ fins, abalone, pork knuckes in front of them, let them smell but don’t let them eat!! Evil ministers!! ;p
But if anything and everything can do online also quite extreme. If I born in the 90s and a student in boys’ school now, I MIGHT attach my chio teacher’s face on the body of a most AV star and circulate to my classmates via FB. Sure will incite my teacher’s anger but excite my schoolmates. So many of these things online, how to police? But hey, if you’re going to whack a minister on anti-papies website, you better play ball. Many people can stir the pot of shit, just don’t be caught with ladle!!
Let’s just hope the judge can be merciful with this guy, maybe he stress or just incoherent at that time.