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I want to retire from Politics – and they are giving me the chance to go with a bang! :)

Of late I had been hit with a heavy bout of lethargy because work has been treating me badly and I was nursing a depressed mood because my bikes were breaking down and my audio system is not performing the way it should.

My political comrades could not pull me out of the rut simply because they did not understand how i feel. They are firstly non-lawyers, secondly non-audiophiles and thirdly non-bikers.

I have 6 amplifiers and 3 were in the workshop, the other 3 dont perform well and were spewing noise.

I have 3 motorcycles, 1 is perpetually in the workshop, 1 is almost breaking down and the final I still do not have the balls to ride.

I have something like 25 active matters, and I think they don’t bring in enough money. 🙂

Worse still, I was summoned for questioning by Mr. S Vikie of Central Police Division, Singapore Police Force for my role in the screening of One Nation Under Lee sometime last year. This investigation came at 12th June 2009 a very opportune time when i was feeling down and depressed. I was told that this morning an entourage of 5 supposed officers came to serve me some papers at my office, the service failed because i was not in simply because my stupid bike was not performing the way it should, i was somewhere on the CTE.

I have not seen the papers yet but i can almost be sure that they are linked to the investigations conducted earlier.

I had decided that i wanted to disengage from it all. But it seems that they would not allow me to. Why? was the question that featured in my head.

The Police had framed a possible charge of me obstructing a public servant in the situation of the private movie screening some time last year [more writings soon on this event to show how stupid the entire system has become]. This charge carries a fine of S$2,500/- .

The fine of S$2,500 stared at me in the face. 🙂 it was no surprise. If i am convicted of this charge i would be disqualified from running in elections. 🙂

Now why would they want to disqualify me from running in the elections? That is the question 🙂

Is it because they dare not face me again at the polls and the ballot box?  🙂

Like i said, I really had enough I had originally wanted to retire from politics for good but it seems that certain idiots choose to keep me engaged.

From the way it seems either they like me too much so much so that they want to keep me in the game or they are too worried of my next challenge and are too ballless to face me on the rally stage. In the light of the depression and exhaustion and lethargy, these facts are the solemn confirmation that the right approach to challenge the PAP has been found. Because, this makes them lose their balls.

For the PAPpies reading this, let me say this to you:

The proper way to demolish your opponent would be to find your balls to face him and square off at the proper arena, thereafter seek to give him something like a vote score below the 20% mark by either branding him as a chauvinist, an extremist, a psychopath or you know what. Dig up whatever scandal you can find 🙂 that will be the challenge 🙂

Don’t be a crybaby and hide behind someone’s skirt. 🙂 And seek to prevent people from contesting against you. It does not work well for your whatever little balls and guts that you may have or whatever shards of self-esteem and psyche still remaining.

Relax boys, though you lack the balls, there is no need to fear actually, because elections are actually a very tedious affair for the opposition.

Furthermore, this elections will also be a non-starter. Firstly things dont look bright enough for a successful challenge. Secondly I don’t think many of us have the funds. I am due to settle the division of matrimonial assets flowing from my divorce and I would find difficulty finding the funds to make the 2nd electoral challenge. Thirdly, the ground has not shifted. Furthermore, relatives are already laughing at my stupidity of not keeping money for myself 🙂 You see… In Singapore spending your own hard earned money for opposition politics is not deemed as a very wise move 🙂

In GE2006, I spent like $13,000 or so on election expenses. That i think it is a brand new choice 400cc bike thrown away, or alternatively 3 very very very capable power amplifiers.

Therefore, if you give me the choice, i actually think i will not be running this round. However, in the event i were to be made to pay S$2,500 to sit out an election that would be a blessing :). Firstly i would save money and energy and time. Secondly, i can save the energy and solve my personal issues. Lastly but most importantly,  it further gives me the chance to run down the entire PAP as totally BALLLESS and without the guts to face an opponent like me.  In the realm of politics, to be put in a position to denigrate an entire ruling party like that is like getting manna from heaven.

This allows me to go off the political arena with a bang 🙂 Take it that this is a big thank you from me.

More expressions of gratitude will come soon – in the form of tributes and exaltations of the ruling party never seen before. 🙂

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June 24, 2009 - Posted by | Life, Politics

7 Comments »

  1. […] Writing on his blog, Chia wrote that he was feeling “depressed” and drained by his work which was compounded by ongoing police investigations into his “role in the screening of One Nation under Lee” last year. (read full article here) […]

    Pingback by Lawyer Chia Ti Lik considering retirement from politics : The Wayang Party (大戏党) | June 25, 2009 | Reply

  2. I might not understand you as a lawyer, audiophiles or biker..

    BUT, I do understand you as a partner, a friend, a soul mate.

    You are not alone 🙂

    Comment by demotedempress | June 26, 2009 | Reply

  3. Hey! I know how you feel. Life can really suck when you’re doing your best and making sacrifices for the good of society but all you get is crap in return. I can’t do much for you, but I do know of an audiophile who lives across your house ; ) And you’re most welcomed here anytime! (He’s going to india on the coming tuesday but there’s the whole weekend and monday = ) )

    Comment by mathialee | June 26, 2009 | Reply

  4. What a loser. Lose elections in 2006, then commit crime, then try to threaten government that if they don’t withdraw charges, they are chicken for not daring to contest him.

    Chia Ti Li, you know the law, want to break the law then try to force government to withdraw charges by saying they are chicken?

    Up yours understand. They should charge you, ban you as a lawyer and throw you out of Singapore. Lawyer dunno the law somemore.

    Edmund

    Comment by cass888 | July 2, 2009 | Reply

    • YOU GOVT TROLL!! I am here to expose you! Your famous tagline say it: You ridcule those who cannot win in the elections engineered by your dog masters and accuse them of breaking the law! Now, TAKE THAT!

      Comment by gentleaura | July 3, 2009 | Reply

  5. $13k, wah, I can use it for many things like going to ktv, pub,visit china girls,pretty and young just $100 only,go jb eat seafood,massage,donate to charity,etc… etc.

    Comment by tewniaseng | July 22, 2009 | Reply


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