Screaming Barclays Banker fired for "Chinese = animals" rant


sjackal

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Should he be arrested for committing a deliberate dangerous act of hurling down that sheet metal at the workers?
 

Rashkae

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Should he be arrested for committing a deliberate dangerous act of hurling down that sheet metal at the workers?
And disrupting racial harmony LOL

Naaah, deportation and blacklisting. :)
 

keiser

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think his ass need to be shoved up with the iphone 5 til it get scratches ... kekeke
 

Rashkae

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keiser said:
think his ass need to be shoved up with the iphone 5 til it get scratches ... kekeke
Congratulations, now you sound just like him
 

keiser

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Not yet ... i haven't figure out the how to "utilize" the sheet metal part ...:)

Congratulations, now you sound just like him
 

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The fake in front of TV cameras
[video=youtube_share;1pWe1yRRkOk]http://youtu.be/1pWe1yRRkOk[/video]
 

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ed9119

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In real life .... away from an (obvious) camera
[video=youtube_share;PgjVJXsh2Pg]http://youtu.be/PgjVJXsh2Pg[/video]
 

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ricohflex

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If Singapore was still a British colony, nothing would have happened to the Caucasian banker. He would boast about teaching the locals a lesson, while drinking in the Cricket Club (it was whites only establishment during colonial times). A few of the construction workers would be arrested for disturbing the peace and released with a small fine. The contractor would have to apologise profusely to the colonial masters.


This is the significance of Singapore's independence and National Day. Don't under-estimate its importance.
 

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Rashkae

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ricohflex said:
If Singapore was still a British colony, nothing would have happened to the Caucasian banker. He would boast about teaching the locals a lesson, while drinking in the Cricket Club (it was whites only establishment during colonial times). A few of the construction workers would be arrested for disturbing the peace and released with a small fine. The contractor would have to apologise profusely to the colonial masters.

This is the significance of Singapore's independence and National Day. Don't under-estimate its importance.
Wah, you really like to go fishing far far just for your odd rants.
 

s1221ljc

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He F F here he F F there, he F this & that, he F that & this. In the end, he was told to get the F out of here :bsmilie: He' a senior bank executive earning big bucks, yet behaved like an escapee from IMH, what a talent!
 

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Shizuma

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If Singapore was still a British colony, nothing would have happened to the Caucasian banker. He would boast about teaching the locals a lesson, while drinking in the Cricket Club (it was whites only establishment during colonial times). A few of the construction workers would be arrested for disturbing the peace and released with a small fine. The contractor would have to apologise profusely to the colonial masters.


This is the significance of Singapore's independence and National Day. Don't under-estimate its importance.
if i am not wrong, National Day in Singapore commemorates the day our country got KICKED OUT of the Malaysian Federation. We were not independent from the British Empire, we were evicted from the Malaysian Federation. :( Mr Lee cried that day :(

It is only through the hard work of the late Mr David Marshall who campaigned for self-governance in 1958 (this was even before Mr Lee had become Prime Minister in 1959), that the State of Singapore was established (source : Wikipedia) .
 

kei1309

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if i am not wrong, National Day in Singapore commemorates the day our country got KICKED OUT of the Malaysian Federation. We were not independent from the British Empire, we were evicted from the Malaysian Federation. :( Mr Lee cried that day :(

It is only through the hard work of the late Mr David Marshall who campaigned for self-governance in 1958 (this was even before Mr Lee had become Prime Minister in 1959), that the State of Singapore was established (source : Wikipedia) .
"Separated" is a better word :bsmilie:

and it's just an act. WHY would we wanna stay in a partnership that's unfair, and when the only aim is for Malaysia is to control us and make sure we follow them.

IF we were still in the Malaysian Federation... we would all be coffee shop uncles and aunties. and corruption would be rife.

anyways... for Ricohflex... we joined the Malaysian Federation to get out of the hand British Colonial rulers.
 

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