Dear Lee Kuan Yew and Lee Hsien Loong, Please Spare My Life

Dear Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, I beg you. I plead with you. I beseech you. I implore you. Please spare my life. Please spare my life. Please spare my life. Please spare my life. Please spare my life.

Please let me live to a hundred years old and beyond.

Please let me live to a hundred years old and beyond.

Please let me live to a hundred years old and beyond.

Please let me live to a hundred years old and beyond.

Please let me live to a hundred years old and beyond.

Please? Please? Please? Please? Please?

Have mercy on me!!!

Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming)
Singapore Citizen

Singapore Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong Want Teo En Ming Dead

Singapore Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong want Teo En Ming dead. Lee Kuan Yew and Lee Hsien Loong want Teo En Ming to die young.

Teo En Ming filed an official complaint against the Singapore Government at the United Nations Human Rights Council Branch and the International Criminal Court. Read the letter here:

Teo En Ming’s Open Letter (Plea for Medical Help/Assistance) to World Leaders. Read the letter here:

http://lists.mcs.anl.gov/pipermail/mpich-discuss/2010-August/007811.html

Mr. Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming)
Singapore Citizen
22 December 2014

Public Apology to Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Singapore

I was misconstrued as having insulted Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew. My
words were twisted and misinterpreted and I feel that there is a need to
explain myself and set the record straight.

[b]What really happened[/b]

It was sometime in Aug/Sep in the year 2009. The setting was in the
Tampines Central office of Asiasoft Online Pte Ltd. I was having a
***verbal*** conversation with Melvin Lee, my new I.T. department
manager, when he challenged me to complete an I.T. assignment within a
specified period of time. In response to his challenge, I replied in
Mandarin: “If I cannot complete the I.T. assignment within a specified
period of time, then Lee Kuan Yew is wang ba dan”. I used to be fond of
using other people’s names to “bet” with people but now no more. The
Minister Mentor’s name came into my mind spontaneously and I used it to
“bet” with my I.T. department manager.

[b]Explanations[/b]

1. It was not my intention to insult the Minister Mentor at that time.
Please note the use of the IF… THEN… statement in my verbal
conversation.

2. I did not know wang ba dan [hanyu pinyin] means bastard at all until
I consulted Goh Meng Seng much later.

I would like to apologize to the Minister Mentor and the Prime Minister
of Singapore if I have offended them in any way. I swear it was not my
intention to insult the Minister Mentor. Please forgive me for using
your name carelessly to “bet” with my former I.T. department manager.

Yours sincerely,

Singapore Citizen Mr. Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming) Dip BEng(Hons)
Alma Maters:
(1) Singapore Polytechnic
(2) National University of Singapore

International Court of Human Rights

Dear Gilbert Goh of www.transitioning.org, Roy Ngerng Yi Ling, Han Hui Hui, and other political dissidents,

There are more than 5 million people in Singapore.

How many people in Singapore actually know that you are organizing protests at Hong Lim Park Speakers’ Corner? How many people in Singapore actually attended your protests? Few hundreds maybe. How many percent is that of Singapore’s population?

Sure, you can organize protests until the cows come home, but that’s not going to change anything in Singapore. The People’s Action Party (PAP) in Singapore is still going to win the General Elections in 2016, filling up most of the seats in Singapore’s Parliament. The PAP will continue to be the ruling party every five years after that.

To effect change in Singapore, we need to have a new vision and open up a new front. We should start campaigning the United Nations to establish the International Court of Human Rights, which is long overdue. The establishment of the International Court of Human Rights will allow everybody in the world who have suffered at the hands of their governments to seek redress for their grievances.

Teo En Ming
Singapore Citizen