Wednesday, June 08, 2005


The continuaton of prevoius post will continue in next post.

Now, we stop for a intermission:


Conspiracy Theories, anyone?

Escape from Paradise.

At first site, damn bloody melodramamama... The site authors wrote a book by the same name which exists, I checked at Amazon. Although it has a very un-pro looking cover.. and the website looks even more unprofessional.

But.. the website is damn scandalous to read man.

Am currently at the page on "The Straits Times Threatens to Sue.."

It's about some remarks the site authors made about an alleged cover-up by ST because SM Goh's son heads the clnic where a SARS-infected patient was examined but not diagnosed correctly... ST threatens to sue.. the email correspondance is available in seemingly entirety, although i'm not sure what happens after the last email.


Coverup? Goh Chok Tong's Son Conceals SARS case?

The Straits Times is hiding the fact that Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong's son
failed to diagnose Singaporean Lee Chong Kian as having SARS
even though Goh, Jr. / his clinic had seen Lee five times in a week.

The Straits Times in its article of May 20, 2003 (which it has removed from the Internet) does not reveal that the doctor whose clinic is at fault is Goh Jin Hian (right), the son of Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong.

Was Goh Jin Hian concealing the SARS case with the
knowledge of the Singapore Government?

Any other doctor in Singapore would be quarantined and penalized...
Instead, Goh, Jr. heads up a multmillion dollar medical empire called International Advisory Group (IAG).
Since we mentioned this, Goh's name has been removed from IAG's website


I don't want to buy the book above. I want to buy this book.

Lee's Law: How Singapore Crushes Dissent
by Chris Lydgate