Don’t say NS at the drop of a hat

I refer to the letter to the forum by Raju Iyer dated 2 Nov 2009.

Mr Iyer says that our earliest inhabitants didn’t have to serve NS, yet their contributions are no less significant so there is no reason to bring up the topic of NS at the drop of a hat.

Yes, our earliest inhabitants need not serve NS. That was why the Japanese could so easily walk into this land, rape our women and slaughter 50,000 men at various places including Changi Beach where the most famous killings took place. Because we didn’t have NS, we were literally caught with our pants down.

Hence, instead of saying NS at the drop of a hat, we should say NS each time we drop out pants to remind ourselves that we should never be caught unprepared again.

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2 Responses to “Don’t say NS at the drop of a hat”

  1. q Says:

    The reason why the Japanese tortured Singaporeans was because we provoked them by helping the mainland Chinese resistance movement financially during WW2. The Taiwanese were never tortured like that.

    If we have good international diplomacy, there is no need to have NS.

    • trulysingapore Says:

      when the japanese took indonesia, they raped the dutch women there. what provocation from the dutch? nothing. as long as you have lost the war, you will be at the complete mercy of the invader, provocation or no provocation.

      who says taiwanese never suffered? they suffered from forced labours. almost like concentration camps. it wasn’t diginified living. the japanese also forcibly took taiwanese women and made comfort women out of them.

      hence provocation is a lame excuse for tortures.

      the best international diplomacy is always backed by a strong military, without which, no one will take you seriously.

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