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    I will only believe Halimah is not a PAP puppet if she dare to appoint a Malay as Chief of the Armed Forces.

    Otherwise, she ranks very low in my sight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victory2016 View Post
    I will only believe Halimah is not a PAP puppet if she dare to appoint a Malay as Chief of the Armed Forces.

    Otherwise, she ranks very low in my sight.

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    Malay as Chief Justice. LHL decides to have a Malay puppet.

    All the things to block TCB

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    Can anyone name the plethora of Malay (not Arab or Indian descent Muslims entrenched in Malay culture types) who are the corporate bigwigs helming these $500m corporates?

    I only know of Bahren Shaari of BoS and ex-Deloitte Po’ad Shaik Abu Bakar Mattar (but I am unsure if he is unsimilar to HY in terms of heritage even because of his name including Shaik).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victory2016 View Post
    I will only believe Halimah is not a PAP puppet if she dare to appoint a Malay as Chief of the Armed Forces.

    Otherwise, she ranks very low in my sight.

    #Not my machik
    If she smart would insist next speaker b minority best is malay punjabi now malay lost their prized post, its like stolen candy, why must b anirher chinese? Is pinky trying to sideline them?

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    civiln service will.soon lepak,tidak apa, everything boleh but in fact tak boleh.. extra holiday in store on religious event coming soon.. do.good do together!!!!

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    Halimah should use her powers (whatever they may be) to turn Singapore into a Islamic state with Shariah Laws. And then work with ISIS to turn Singapore into another caliphate. But seriously I don't think she has any power lah.

    She just got given this plum position to collect money and shake hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nayr69sg View Post
    Halimah should use her powers (whatever they may be) to turn Singapore into a Islamic state with Shariah Laws. And then work with ISIS to turn Singapore into another caliphate. But seriously I don't think she has any power lah.

    She just got given this plum position to collect money and shake hands.
    If it happens, there may be many who will desire to emigrate.

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    I am told by that not a single Malay automatically qualifies who is not a politician. BOS is actually a division of OCBC, no shareholders equity. Po'ad will not qualify and both must be considered under deliberative track. Though Po'ad is well regarded. First is a full Malay and second is not.

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    Can anyone name the plethora of Malay (not Arab or Indian descent Muslims entrenched in Malay culture types) who are the corporate bigwigs helming these $500m corporates?

    I only know of Bahren Shaari of BoS and ex-Deloitte Po’ad Shaik Abu Bakar Mattar (but I am unsure if he is unsimilar to HY in terms of heritage even because of his name including Shaik).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie99 View Post
    If it happens, there may be many who will desire to emigrate.
    Many have already migrated. The smart ones. The ones still remaining no matter what you do they will not move.

    It is like those people who will stay in Florida despite being told to evacuate. And they think they can use their guns to shoot Hurrican Irma.

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    toothless president, and she will not rock the boat - a reason why she's appointed. like dat oso donch know. this kind of stir-shit question is only brought up by jiu hu kia agent provocateur. many of them here. drain the swamp.
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    Maybe she will rock u btwn the bed post with 69 n bbbj or arse rim when she roar like a wild tiger without her dentures

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    Default Re: Does Halimah have Veto Powers to appoint a Malay Chief of the Armed Forces?

    To have a Malay SAF chief they need to triple promotion the highest ranking mat in saf first

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    “If, for instance, you put in a Malay officer who's very religious and who has family ties in Malaysia in charge of a machine gun unit, that's a very tricky business. We've got to know his background... I'm saying these things because they are real, and if I don't think that, and I think even if today the Prime Minister doesn't think carefully about this, I and my family could have a tragedy.”

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    let's get real. a Malay cannot be SG PM or Chief of Armed Forces. the less talk about it, the better for racial harmony in SG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobby View Post
    “If, for instance, you put in a Malay officer who's very religious and who has family ties in Malaysia in charge of a machine gun unit, that's a very tricky business. We've got to know his background... I'm saying these things because they are real, and if I don't think that, and I think even if today the Prime Minister doesn't think carefully about this, I and my family could have a tragedy.”

    ― Lee Kuan Yew
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    Is Halimah "very religious"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobby View Post
    Is Halimah "very religious"?
    She guard her Tudung like gold, what say you?
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    Default Re: Does Halimah have Veto Powers to appoint a Malay Chief of the Armed Forces?

    Quote Originally Posted by myfoot123 View Post
    She guard her Tudung like gold, what say you?
    Yes because the tudung is meant to hide all the parts of the body that if men see already will want to rape the woman.

    So when the woman wear tudung she believes that if she don't she will kena raped.

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