Thursday, December 08, 2005

Spa Online 8: Beware not police, but people around















In Singapore, it is very safe because Singaporeans report to the police when they see crime in progress. They dare to tell the truth but they are afraid to show their real faces because they know people will beat them up. If not, their friends or family will quickly hide from them so that the ugly truth of their misbehavings will not be reported to the police. Reporting is a shameless thing, because no Singaporeans want their face to be shown.

In Singapore, it is very safe, as long as you do not show your face when reporting crimes. If you hide your face and only show your black shadow, then other Singaporeans will be kept in the dark. This way, you can continue to report to the police of even more crimes without being found out. So Singapore is very safe.



If you commit a crime, do not let others know about it. Because you do not know which Singaporeans will tell. Even if Singaporeans do not have criminal records, it does not mean they have no crime being committed. It is because they are good at hiding the truth because they know that someone will be spying on them.

But reporting of crimes to the police is also a crime. That is why no one wants to show their face. So in Singapore it is very safe as long as you hide, as long as you do not show your face when reporting crime.

9 Comments:

Anonymous steven said...

pandora's box...

8/12/05 21:57  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are courageous people,courageous enough to report any misdeeds to the authorities, but not courageous enough to show up. This is what perhaps make Singapore very safe. Courage of the correct amount.

8/12/05 22:54  
Anonymous balex said...

Mr Anon seems quite poetic.

8/12/05 23:00  
Anonymous dev! said...

by leaving the name as 'anon', shows how a typical singaporean behaves.. hmm.. no offense intended. anyway, not all crimes can be reported, for those 'culprits' are of higher authority than the rest.

8/12/05 23:07  
Blogger bornappleT said...

The essence:
Even if Singaporeans do not have criminal records, it does not mean they have no crime being committed.

8/12/05 23:35  
Anonymous dev! said...

that's obvious.. isn't it? Can anyone stand up and say 'i didn't break the law at ALL in my life'? Quite impossible.. given laws set here

9/12/05 22:15  
Blogger bornappleT said...

Actually that is indeed too obvious, so that is not my intention.

10/12/05 00:48  
Anonymous steven said...

how u noe "anon" is a singaporean?!

"those 'culprits' are of higher authority than the rest."
u mean higher PRIORITY?!

10/12/05 12:02  
Anonymous dev! said...

haha.. good observation.. but i'm just saying that.. 'that's a typical behaviour of singaporean'. As for the 2nd grey area.. i think i'm correct, to say 'authority'. 'priority'.. doesnt make sense

10/12/05 12:25  

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