Ladies and Gentlemen,
In these pages I have tried to write on the crimes Lee Kuan Yew's Singapore judges do in the name of the law to punish his political enemies. And I sometimes wonder what will happen to them when all this disgraceful time of judicial abuse eventually comes to an end.
The classic example here in recent memory is that of judge Belinda Ang Saw Ean's verdicts against Dr. Chee Soon Juan, Singapore's famously well known arch enemy of Singapore strongman, Lee Kuan Yew.
I had personally witnessed that travesty of justice in Singapore he suffered at the hands of this woman in the Singapore High Court from May 26, 2008 to May 28, 2008. What happened in those 3 disgraceful days was not a trial at all, it was mockery of justice. Please see may earlier blog post here dated May 29, 2008.
For 3 full days in her courtroom, Chee Soon Juan almost was not allowed speak at all, and if he ever did manage to get a word across, it was over this woman's objection, which by the way did result in his not only being fined several hundreds of thousands of dollars, it also ended up in his having to go to jail!
What does a woman like this Judge Belinda Ang Saw Ean do, to reconcile herself with her diabolical actions? Is she not afraid that one day, Lee Kuan Yew like Hitler himself of Nazi Germany may not be around anymore to protect her, and then what? And even if that day never comes, how does she live with her conscience? Or does she even have a conscience?
I am not sure of any of this, only God knows. But I do believe that there is such a thing as a conscience. I particularly recall Fyodor Dostoevsky's famous book Crime and Punishment. It is a story of a young man who justifies the killing of an old heartless usury woman because her money would have done his family members good. Eventually the young man surrenders himself to the police and confesses, not because he was arrested, but because he could no longer live with his guilt.
Regardless of whether Lee Kuan Yew's judge Belinda Ang Saw Ean faces justice one day, I believe the final tribunal she would have to face is her conscience herself. I have made it a little easier for her to do this by letting her actions be known to the world by my arrest and recent disbarment from practicing law in Singapore. Now, even if she tries to pretend that all that never happened, it is now impossible. Her shame has been universally exposed.
I am sorry for her, not because of anything I had done to her, but for what she would undoubtedly have to come to terms with sooner or later, regardless of whether the law catches up with her. And that is her conscience.
The same fate awaits every other of these human beings who profit by evil in Lee Kuan Yew's Singapore. Such as Davinder Singh, Lee's defamation lawyer who wins every single case that he brings on behalf of his client in his client's courts in libel suits. Is he not aware of the harm he causes his innocent victims, just to keep his master in power? How does he feel when he looks at the mirror in the morning at his own image? Does he feel a sense of disgust? And how will he reconcile his actions with his conscience? Or does he even have one?
What about Lee Kuan Yew's Minister for Law, the Singaporean Tamil, K Shanmugam? Does he really believe that even a single human being alone peacefully protesting should be arrested? What about the Constitution of Singapore which guarantees freedom of assembly? And does he really think that Alan Shadrake should have been sent to jail just for writing a book critical of Singapore's legal system? In a moment of quiet, does he not feel ashamed of it all?
I am truly sorry for these people like these who willingly carry out these injustices against their fellow human beings. Obviously they are doing it for the money and their career advancement in Lee Kuan Yew's Singapore. But I sometimes wonder about it. Is it really worth it?
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