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Old 17-07-2014, 10:51 AM   #1
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Who is Han Hui Hui and Who does Han Hui Hui think she is?

Anyhow Hantam: Looney Fringe Han Hui Hui Calls Lee Kuan Yew a Traitor, Dog and wishes him Dead!



Han Hui Hui (I'll use HHH for brevity), is a Malaysian born 23 year old who just became a citizen here barely 2 years ago. She only came to live and study here at the turn of the century. After her JC studies she tried to pursue a private education but got embroiled in some sort of dispute which caused her to sue the Council of Private Education. In a long drawn out case, and with advise it was going to be a futile effort, she stubbornly decided to pursue it. In the end, she lost and had to fork out extensive legal fees for which she actively sought donations from the public.

Unlike normal persons that age, she refused to seek gainful employment or explore alternative options to further her studies. Instead she decided to become a political activist teaming up in particular with Roy Ngerng (Roy Ng for brevity) and Leong Sze Hian. Well there's nothing wrong about activism, and they started out making the right noises and organising protests on certain national issues like employment, population explosion, worker's rights and recently the CPF.

These protests failed to capture the imagination of the general public with average crowds of 200-300 attending their monthly events at HLP. In the meantime, HHH and gang tried to attract the participation of the major opposition parties like the National Solidarity Party (NSP), Singapore People's Party (SPP) and Workers Party (WP), but were swiftly re-buffed. Even the SDP and SDA didn't want to join in the fun. It left them in a quandary, they had hoped perhaps that they could be co-opted by 1 of these parties and maybe even allowed to run for elections under them. So they came up with the idea of going it alone and have long entertained the idea of forming a party of their own.
Unfortunately this path led them to become what they now have become

They knew they had to do something and chose a path of controversy, all out allegations, misguided beliefs and over-confidence in their abilities to become MPs and last and certainly not least - self-martyrdom. Although Roy Ng has denied it, HHH has never come out to corroborate it. The whole idea to inflame the lawsuit by the PM against Roy Ng, and make him and herself as martyrs. They had a misguided notion that should things turn south (as it has), asylum in another country was a viable option. No doubt the CPF is a very relevant issue and they have played some part in bringing it to the fore, but it was always secondary to what is now becoming increasingly clear - HHH and Roy Ng wanted themselves to be issue. They wanted the fame (or notoriety), they wanted to increase the size of their protests, they wanted the sympathy and of course, financial support.

Just look at her latest protest, she still maintains that she is the 'sole organiser' in order to show she's the one sacrificing her time and effort, whilst repeatedly mentioning this so people will see her as being capable. Did she set up the stage, sound system and do everything without 1 bit of help from Roy, Leong and others? Did all the monies come from her? The answer is as obvious as night follows day.
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from which jc one? bring shame to the jc sia
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Anyhow Hantam: Looney Fringe Han Hui Hui Calls Lee Kuan Yew a Traitor, Dog and wishes him Dead!



Han Hui Hui (I'll use HHH for brevity), is a Malaysian born 23 year old who just became a citizen here barely 2 years ago. She only came to live and study here at the turn of the century. After her JC studies she tried to pursue a private education but got embroiled in some sort of dispute which caused her to sue the Council of Private Education. In a long drawn out case, and with advise it was going to be a futile effort, she stubbornly decided to pursue it. In the end, she lost and had to fork out extensive legal fees for which she actively sought donations from the public.

Unlike normal persons that age, she refused to seek gainful employment or explore alternative options to further her studies. Instead she decided to become a political activist teaming up in particular with Roy Ngerng (Roy Ng for brevity) and Leong Sze Hian. Well there's nothing wrong about activism, and they started out making the right noises and organising protests on certain national issues like employment, population explosion, worker's rights and recently the CPF.

These protests failed to capture the imagination of the general public with average crowds of 200-300 attending their monthly events at HLP. In the meantime, HHH and gang tried to attract the participation of the major opposition parties like the National Solidarity Party (NSP), Singapore People's Party (SPP) and Workers Party (WP), but were swiftly re-buffed. Even the SDP and SDA didn't want to join in the fun. It left them in a quandary, they had hoped perhaps that they could be co-opted by 1 of these parties and maybe even allowed to run for elections under them. So they came up with the idea of going it alone and have long entertained the idea of forming a party of their own.
Unfortunately this path led them to become what they now have become

They knew they had to do something and chose a path of controversy, all out allegations, misguided beliefs and over-confidence in their abilities to become MPs and last and certainly not least - self-martyrdom. Although Roy Ng has denied it, HHH has never come out to corroborate it. The whole idea to inflame the lawsuit by the PM against Roy Ng, and make him and herself as martyrs. They had a misguided notion that should things turn south (as it has), asylum in another country was a viable option. No doubt the CPF is a very relevant issue and they have played some part in bringing it to the fore, but it was always secondary to what is now becoming increasingly clear - HHH and Roy Ng wanted themselves to be issue. They wanted the fame (or notoriety), they wanted to increase the size of their protests, they wanted the sympathy and of course, financial support.

Just look at her latest protest, she still maintains that she is the 'sole organiser' in order to show she's the one sacrificing her time and effort, whilst repeatedly mentioning this so people will see her as being capable. Did she set up the stage, sound system and do everything without 1 bit of help from Roy, Leong and others? Did all the monies come from her? The answer is as obvious as night follows day.
QFT, how you know she is from Malaysia?
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at least she have the balls to come out, stand up, speak up and do what she believes in. Which is more than what i can say about the keyboard warriors
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at least she have the balls to come out, stand up, speak up and do what she believes in. Which is more than what i can say about the keyboard warriors
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I knew right from the sart that shes a joke when she complain about the cpe thing

Comfirm from some rich family, or she use events fee to go swiss lol

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