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这句话什么意思?

是说:老天如果有感情,有喜怒哀乐,那么他也会老!

这是中国共产党主席毛泽东用这句控诉了当时社会的黑暗,但骨子里已少了无奈!这句诗很巧妙,用反证,间接的形式表达了诗人的思想情怀!显然,从至今为止人类认识来看,海可枯,石可烂,而天(宇宙)是不会老的,也就是说是没有感情的,相对不变的! “人间正道是沧桑”:人间,人类社会,人类历史!正道,正确的、正常的发展规律法则!

或者用新加坡人对行动党的独霸独行的行径表达不满又无可奈的情况下经常说的,‘人在做,天在看’。

这句话用在2016年4月23日在英国伦敦举行的一场不寻常的新加坡国大校友聚会再恰当不过了!

在聚会进行抽奖活动时,新加坡政治流亡者陈华彪幸运被抽中了一张双人往返英国-新加坡的机票。当大会主持人宣布这个消息的结果时,整个会场立即沸腾起来。

这是一个具有讽刺性的插曲!

李光耀身前死活都要抓到陈华彪!他可能已经被新加坡警方列入“见到就抓”的头号名单。这是李光耀无法向国际刑警(INTERPOL)申请在全球通缉抓拿陈华彪!

为什么?

陈华彪在逃亡到英国后已经取得了英国政府颁发的政治流亡者身份。国际特赦组织是认可的。

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每年春节陈华彪和家人都会到马来西亚的柔佛,在新加坡的长堤彼岸与家人见面,以解佳节思亲之苦。陈华彪的母亲逝世时,他也只能长堤彼岸遥祭母亲。

现在被抽到新加坡航空公司(SIA)的往返英国-新加坡双人机票。您说这是不是天意呢?!

上天都看不下去了!它就是要制造一个机遇让陈华彪回到自己的祖国走走看看!让陈华彪回到自己的祖国和亲人团聚,叙述离别之苦!现在清明节期间,上天要他回到自己的母亲墓前祭拜。

以李显龙为首行动党第四代领导人,球现在已经滚到你们的脚下了!自己看着办吧!

以下是转载自《网络公民》网站的报道以及陈华彪本人获奖后在自己的脸书(FACEBOOK)网页上发表获奖感言。

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当新加坡妇女哈尔名声(Singaporean Women’s’ Hal of Fame)在今年庆祝国际三八妇女节时,宣布一名新加坡女医生洪瑞钗被评为杰出的妇女人物时,对于新加坡政府来说,这是一项极其具有讽刺性的事件。因为新加坡人禁止洪瑞钗医生进入新加坡,她自己无法亲身见证自己获得的这个荣耀。(见此链接read more)

在昨天晚上(即2016年4月23日)在英国伦敦的Millennium Gloucester Hotel举行了一场新加坡国立大选校友聚会的活动。新加坡驻英国最高专员Foo Chi Hsia出席了这场活动。又一个令新加坡政府难堪的局面又出现了。

陈华彪在幸运抽奖活动时赢得了赞助癌症研究幸运奖——一张双人往返英国-新加坡的机票!这一刻整个会场沉浸在一场欢呼的掌声中和以茫然的眼神互相交集着。陈华彪却打赌自己是无法用得上这2张双人机票

正如大多数读者都知道,在陈华彪因被新加坡政府以制造扰的莫须有罪名,被法院判处坐牢一年。(见此链接read more)在服满刑期后,陈华彪为了个人的人身安全,被迫逃离新加坡。新加坡政府也在之后吊销了陈华彪的公民权。

与此同时,值得注意和回顾的是,当(新加坡政府的法院在今年初)裁决一个人,彭由国在道德和诚实有罪的判决时,陈华彪已经在他之前首先被法院判处罪名成立,在监狱里服刑一年了(见此链接read more)。

新加坡正在朝向作为国际民主大城市目标迈进之际,如洪瑞钗医生和陈华彪这样的新加坡人仍然被禁止进入他们自己出生国,这是一个具有讽刺意义可悲的事。

正当这2名新加坡人在英国伦敦过着具有意义和成功的生活时,在英国的新加坡人仍然人视他们俩为是新加坡人。他们俩仍然说着带有新加坡独特口音的腔调和活跃在英国的新加坡人的社交圈里。您们可以看到,他们甚至与包括了新加坡政府的代表在内新加坡同胞在这场国立大学校友会的晚宴聚会打成一片。这是不是已经可以说明,他们被并没有禁止进入自己的原生国!

关于陈华彪的公民权被遞夺的案件。在在彭由国在去年(2015年9月全国大选前)被捕后,已经引起一系列有关陈华彪公民权被遞夺的疑问。在彭由国被捕后,导致陈华彪的公民权被遞夺、无法获准进入新加坡进行访问是否不需要再进行重新检讨?或者被搁置一边?

关于洪瑞钗医生的案件。可以肯定的是问题明显不是涉及洪医生本人。新加坡人民尊敬她,赞赏她在医学上的成就。在祝贺她为一名获得哈尔名声(the hall of fame)荣誉时,他们已经不可辩驳的把她确却认为属于新加坡本身的荣誉了。

为什么过后新加坡政府不继续进行起诉这些案件?为什么新加坡政府允许一个行政上漏洞以妨碍这些英雄的凯旋归来?

当陈华彪赢得了双人往返英国-新加坡机票是,他知道自己是无法使用这张机票回家的。他看到事情怪异的另一面,当天他从新加坡驻英国最高专员手中接过奖项时,他亲切地对自己说,这是不是上帝的旨意要让回家啊!

陈华彪在国大伦敦校友聚会抽中往返新加坡=英国机票后与驻英最高专员合影Related link :

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When renowned Singaporean doctor, Dr Ang Swee Chai was honoured as an inductee to the Singaporean Women’s’ Hal of Fame, it was a bitter twist of irony of Singapore’s own making when she was unable to return to Singapore to witness her own induction. (read more)

At the NUS Alumnus London Chapter dinner attended by High Commissioner Foo Chi Hsia in the Millennium Gloucester Hotel last night, ironical history was to repeat itself when Tan Wah Piow won the top prize at the raffle draw in aid of cancer research – Two return tickets to Singapore! As the audience broke into a smattering of applause, bemused glances were exchanged. Tan has just bagged himself a prize that he could never utilise!

As most readers would be aware, the government of Singapore revoked Tan’s citizenship when he fled Singapore after serving a prison sentence of one year on the basis of trumped up charges of rioting. (read more) It is also noteworthy to remember that it was upon the testimony of a man of questionable morals and honesty, Phey Yew Kok, that Tan was convicted in the first place. (read more)

As Singapore moves forward as a modern international democratic city, it seems petty and incongruous that Singaporeans such as Ang and Tan are still prohibited entry into the country of their birth.

While they both live meaningful and successful lives in London, they still very much identify as Singaporean. They still speak with the distinctive Singaporean accent and socialise actively within the Singaporean community. Indeed, as you see them mingle with fellow Singaporeans including government representatives at the NUS Alumnus dinner last night, there was no hint that they have been effectively barred from entering the country of their birth!

In Tan’s case, his citizenship was revoked over a series of events that have now been called into question after the arrest of Phey Yew Kok. Should the reasons that led to the revocation of his citizenship not be revisited and set aside?

In Dr Ang’s case – surely the incongruity is obvious in itself. Clearly, Singaporeans respect her and look up to her achievements. In wishing to honour her as an inductee to the hall of fame, they have irrevocably claimed her as one of their own. Why then has the government not followed suit? Why have they allowed an administrative loophole to hamper what should have been a glorious return?

 

Tan’s lucky draw victory highlighted the ridiculousness of the situation and reminded me of Dr Ang’s similar plight. Is it not high time for the government to lift their bans? The very reasons cited by the government to keep them out were, amongst other things, that they were communists or had communist links. Communism is no longer a viable threat in Singapore. Why not let them in then?

While Tan knows that he will not be able to utilise the prize that he has won, he saw the funny side of things. As he received his prize from the High Commissioner, he graciously quipped that it was God’s will that he be allowed to return home.

Whatever the case, God certainly has a sense of humour.

陈华彪夫妇及洪瑞钗医生参加英国国大校友聚会抽中往返新加坡-英国机会票后与新加坡驻英国最高专员合影

(左至右陈华彪夫妇,洪瑞钗医生及新加坡驻英国最高专员Foo Chi Hsia)

(Left to Right; Mrs Tan, Tan Wah Piow,Dr Ang Swee Chai and High Commissioner)

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假如你无法打倒他们,就买一张往返机票!

我达到这个目的了!。我昨晚在英国伦敦举行的新加坡国立大学举行的校友晚上赢得了大奖。我从新加坡驻英国最高专员 Foo Chi Hsia小姐接过了这份奖品。

与我一起享受这份荣幸的还有英国新加坡国立大学交友会主席洪瑞钗医生。洪瑞钗医生和我的太太也在这个聚会上赢得了奖品。

好了,我是赢得了这份双人往返英国新加坡机票了。那接下来的问题是,假设前往新加坡的国门仍然关着,我如何处理这张双人往返机票?我想,在晚宴上的每一个人的共同想法是,新加坡政府应该让我回家一趟。

同样的,也让洪瑞钗医生一起回去。

我立即关闭了昨晚的评论这是不是神的干预?这是命运使然吗?

安德鲁教父也同时点头。他是新加坡总统去做礼拜的教堂的教父。

新加坡政府会把我获奖的这件事作为终结那起长期禁止我们回国的闸门吗?

 

WPT-AT-PRIVY-COUNCIL-696x928If you can’t beat them, buy a raffle ticket!

I did. And I won the top prize at the NUS Alumni dinner in London last night. Miss Foo Chi Hsia, the SG High Commissioner presented the prize, together with Dr Tan Peng Guan, Chair of NUS Alumni UK.

Dr Ang Swee Chai, and my wife also won prizes at this well attended event.

So what can I do with the ticket to Singapore if the door is still shut? I think the general mood of the alumni at the dinner was that the government should let me make a trip home.

And Swee Chai too.

My immediate off the cuff comment last night was ‘it’s divine intervention. It’s destiny.’

Father Andrew, who is the local pastor at Dr Tan’s church, who was also present, nodded his head.

Will the government see this as a happy ending of a long standing saga?

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