Skip to comments.How Singapore Culls its Muslim Population
Posted on 03/29/2016 11:08:35 PM PDT by Mr. Mojo
The Republic of Singapore won its independence from Malaysia in 1965, when Singapore had 75% Chinese Buddhists and 15% Malay Muslims. Today, nearly 50 years later, Muslims still comprise the same 15%.
How has Singapore been able to do this without ethnic cleansing and without receiving a single human-rights violation complaint from the UN or that notorious Multinational Muslim Mafia OIC?
Simple, the Chinese-Buddhist-dominated Singaporean Government uses two pronged approach:
(1) Strict non-immigration policy for Muslims
(2) Strict legal prohibition of interfaith-marriages between Muslim men and non-Muslim women in Singapore.
In Singapore, no Muslim male is allowed to marry a non-Muslim female, period. No Large Scale Muslim Immigration is Allowed. No asylum seekers. No economic parasites. Except for some individual cases of highly educated professionals, Singapore never allows large scale immigration of Muslims from any Muslim country.
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The Japanese pretty much don’t have any Muslim problem.
We should be more like the Japanese in matters of immigration.
p.s. Got any good 3D printer stories? :-)
Singapore is beautiful. I visited there in 2002 for a few weeks and had a wonderful time.
We can learn a lot from the Buddists.
We are indeed circling the drain, this election is irrelevant.
Yes, turning back the tide now seems impossible. Too far gone.
Letting men use women's bathrooms. two guys getting married?!?! Caitlyn jenner. Paying people to sit home and mooch. Disregarding your borders?!?! Women in special forces.
I could go on forever.
Almost all of these were utterly unthinkable even 20 years ago. But the liberals were patient and deliberate and used the media well.
what a shame.
I was there for three days back in February. I’d have to say that everyone ought to go for a couple of days, and just walk around. You don’t worry about crime or thugs. Everyone is genuinely nice and humble. There just aren’t any ghetto situations. You don’t have beggars out on the street. The airport itself....you need to get there four hours early and really walk around the place because it’s probably the best organized and maintained airport in the world today.
Hanging is so simple. No “approved” drugs to misfire. No wiring to screw up. Works every time. No smoke or odors. Lawyers complicate everything, and screw it up.
And it was all pushed and brought about by lawyers!
That’s a hella effective visual aid.
Agree. At best, elections determine which branch of the uniparty will control the plunder of our republic.
Yet no society works toward its demise. Corruption of our institutions began where all corruption begins, at the top. Our borders are open and our schools are rotten leftist indoctrination centers because Leftists have wormed their way to the commanding heights of these institutions.
Reform can only emerge from the bottom up, from society.
It’s intended to oppose Singapore’s death penalty. To me, it does a good job at making their death penalty look sensible.
Death penalty awareness campaign
Location: Pasir Ris Central
Date: 22 Jan 10
The truth about the mandatory death sentence is that it is a law that gives the offender no chance of requital, and Singapore is one of the few countries left in the world that continue to religiously execute drugs offenders.
When people realise how unfair such a law is, they will think twice about callously supporting the mandatory death penalty. Death should never be mandatory. Even murderers sometime get a chance to be convicted for manslaughter, which carries life imprisonment, why not drug traffickers?
In our outdoor campaign today at Pasir Ris Central we received some questions and feedback from the public.
“Is this an anti-drug campaign?”
This is a campaign to bring forth awareness on the issue of mandatory death sentence and the death penalty in general.
“Is this a pro-death penalty campaign?”
We all know too well there is no need for a campaign like that in pro-death penalty Singapore.
“How can we help?”
Step forward, come down to our activities, contact us. Help us with our campaign. Put this up on your blog and Facebook. Let people know about Yong Vui Kong. Educate yourself on the mandatory death penalty issue to know just how unfair it is for convicted drug traffickers.
“Do you guys get paid for this?”
We don’t, but donations are welcomed.
“Are you from the Singapore Police Force?”
They are busy with other matters, such as arresting teenage drug offenders.
The USSR just marched them to a cell and shot them. That’s what they did with that serial killer in the 90s.
why do we make everything so complicated?
electric chair. gas chamber. lethal injection. wth?
there’s 200 million guns in the country. Grab one and shoot the convict.
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