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Asegan Paradise -- Cruise / Casino Ship, Punters with an Exclusion Order !!

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  1. extinguisher

    extinguisher Alfrescian Old Timer

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    Does the 2 casinos really created jobs for Singaporean ????
    My survey proven above 40% so called 'foreign talents' are working in the 2 casinos.
    Everyday MRT jammed are caused by FTs.
    Most crimes like CBT, Cheating case etc are due to gambling from the 2 casinos.
    Casinos also destroy numerous families disasters.
    Please shut down the 2 casinos immediately.

    NCPG / Council Committees, please help

    COUNCIL CHAIRMAN
    MR TAN KIAN HOON
    MANAGING DIRECTOR, SUNTEC REAL ESTATE CONSULTANTS PTE LTD & CHAIRMAN, NATIONAL CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL

    COUNCIL VICE-CHAIRMAN
    MR GERALD SINGHAM
    PARTNER, RODYK & DAVIDSON LLP

    MEMBERS
    PROFESSOR DAVID CHAN
    LEE KUAN YEW FELLOW, PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY AND DIRECTOR, BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES INSTITUTE, SINGAPORE MANAGEMENT UNIVERSITY

    DR CECILIA CHU
    CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST, RAFFLES COUNSELLING CENTRE

    MR MUHAMMAD EFFENDY BIN IBRAHIM
    MARKETING DIRECTOR (ASIA PACIFIC), VEEAM SOFTWARE

    MR NICHOLAS AARON KHOO
    SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT ASIA PACIFIC, SANDBOX & CO (SBX) & CHAIRMAN, CYBERSPORTS AND ONLINE GAMING ASSOCIATION (SINGAPORE)

    MR KUA SOON KHE
    CHIEF EXECUTIVE, SINGAPORE BUDDHIST FEDERATION

    MS ANNIE LEE
    EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, ASSOCIATION FOR PROFESSIONALS SPECIALISING IN ADDICTION COUNSELLING (APSAC), SINGAPORE

    MR NICHOLAS GABRIEL LIM
    SENIOR COURT COUNSELLOR (PSYCHOLOGIST), JUDICIARY, FAMILY JUSTICE COURTS

    DR LIM YUN CHIN
    CONSULTANT PSYCHIATRIST, RAFFLES COUNSELLING
    CENTRE, RAFFLES HOSPITAL

    MR LING KIN HUAT
    VICE PRESIDENT, TAOIST FEDERATION (SINGAPORE)

    A/P FRED LONG FOO YEE
    ADJUNCT ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DIVISION OF PSYCHOLOGY, SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

    A/P SENG BOON KHENG
    VICE DEAN AND HEAD, SOCIAL WORK PROGRAMME, SCHOOL OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL SERVICES, UNISIM

    DR TAN HWEE SIM
    CONSULTANT PSYCHIATRIST, RAFFLES COUNSELLING CENTRE

    MDM TEO LIN LEE
    DIRECTOR, MEISHIN INTERNATIONAL

    MR P THIRUNAL KARASU
    DIRECTOR, SINGCORP INTERNATIONAL PTE LTD

    PROFESSOR BRENDA YEOH
    DEAN, FACULTY OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
     
  2. SallyTan

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    上海滩 - 娜宝《粵語超好聽》
     
  3. extinguisher

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    what is an Exclusion Order ????
    useful or harmful ?????
     

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    Agreed . Please Stop Gambling . Watching Maccau's King of Casinos On Gambling !!!



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  5. extinguisher

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    [video=youtube;685dz7WrKp8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=685dz7WrKp8[/video]
    [Singapore Casino] Singapore has always been self-discipline, in recent years, why suddenly engage in casinos?
     
  6. extinguisher

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    NCPG

    Please shut down the 2 casinos immediately.
    The 2 casinos destroyed families.
    The casinos benefit foreign workers for job and congested our MRT and etc.
    Stop banning Singaporeans and bark the wrong tree.
     
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    Stop what ? STOP KI LAN !!!



     
  8. extinguisher

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    [video=youtube;B_3jI3dfTOg]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_3jI3dfTOg[/video]
    LKY rejected casinos
     
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    THE STRAITS TIMES
    PUBLISHED, JUL 20, 2017, 11:17 AM SGT

    Syndicate that kidnapped Singaporean woman preyed on casino patrons; 2 syndicates known to be operating: Philippine police

    MANILA - At least two loanshark syndicates have been preying on tourists playing in casinos in the Philippines since 2015, with police already tallying 11 victims of kidnapping, including a Singaporean rescued on Tuesday (July 18).

    “These two groups are composed mostly of Chinese and Singaporean nationals of Chinese descent. They always target Chinese and Singaporean (gamblers),” Director-General Ronald de la Rosa, national police chief, told reporters on Thursday (July 20).
    An anti-kidnapping unit rescued Singaporean Wu Yan, 48, on Tuesday morning from 14 men holding her captive inside one of the rooms of a condominium in Paranaque City, south of the capital Manila.

    Ms Wu had been gambling at the Solaire Resort and Casino in Paranaque when three men and a woman snatched her and took her to Bayview International Towers less than a kilometre away.
    he was held for almost four days. She was beaten and forced to make a video pleading to her family in Singapore to send US$180,000 (S$246,000) for her release.

    A friend of hers in Singapore alerted the authorities in the Philippines who managed to track down her location. A guard at the condominium chanced upon her as she was trying to escape, and alerted police who were already casing the building.
    Police later arrested 45 suspects, all Chinese, except two Malaysians, who were presented to the media on Thursday (July 20). Aged between 25 and 35, they were charged on Wednesday and may face life sentences if found guilty.
    Mr De la Rosa said the same syndicate that abducted Ms Wu was responsible for two more kidnappings. One involved a Chinese, abducted last month, who coughed up 300,000 yuan (S$60,700) in ransom, and another a Hong Kong national who managed to escape after she was taken on July 9.
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    Singaporean woman rescued after being kidnapped in Manila
    Senior Superintendent Glenn Dumlao, head of the police’s anti-kidnapping unit, said the syndicates would usually operate in teams of four, scouring casino floors for victims.
    Their targets are tourists who are more vulnerable to threats and intimidation. They do not go for local players.
    They pretend to be players, and then financiers. They look for players who are losing money, and then will offer a loan. In turn, they will charge a 10 per cent commission on the loan, and another 10 per cent on their target’s winnings.
    If the player is already deep in debt, they will tell him that he may get lucky at another casino. They will offer to give him a ride, but will instead forcibly take him to their safehouse.

    “I want to make it clear that we are not anti-gambling. We are not against foreigners coming to the Philippines to gamble. But we are anti-criminals. We are especially against foreigners who will come here to commit crime. We do not tolerate that,” said Mr de la Rosa, the police chief.
     
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    CHANNEL NEWSASIA, 20 Jul 2017 10:31AM

    Singaporean woman kidnapped in Manila rescued; 43 foreigners arrested

    MANILA: A 48-year-old Singaporean woman who was kidnapped at the lobby of a casino in Manila was rescued by Philippine authorities on Tuesday (Jul 18).

    Ms Wu Yan was kidnapped at the Solaire casino on Monday, and taken to a nearby hotel where she was beaten and threatened by her captors who demanded US$180,000 for her release, the Philippine Bureau of Immigration said.
    She was rescued the next day after security guards noticed her feet dangling from a balcony, according to local media reports.

    "We got a break from the information that Solaire (Resort and Casino) gave us. We traced the taxi used, a Toyota Avanza," the police’s anti-kidnapping group director Glenn Dumlao was quoted as saying.
    National Police chief Ronald dela Rosa said 41 Chinese nationals and two Malaysians have been arrested and kidnapping charges filed against them.

    Police said the gang, believed to be a loan shark syndicate, was targeting foreign high-rollers, with 11 similar cases reported since 2015 involving two groups composed of Chinese and Singaporean citizens.

    "There's no forcible abduction because they lure the victim by continuously offering loans. And then they will say, 'You do not have good luck here in Solaire' or 'You have bad luck in City of Dreams. Let's move to Okada (another casino), maybe you will have better luck there.' The victim will usually follow, believing that she or he will be able to recoup (their losses)," Mr Dumlao said.

    Solaire, which is owned by Bloomberry Resorts, said on Thursday it does not tolerate loan sharks.
    "Solaire continues to closely safeguard all its patrons to ensure their safety from unscrupulous personalities and activities even as it continues to coordinate and support government authorities in the fight against criminal activities," it said in a statement.
    Source: CNA/Reuters/dl
     
  11. bitchy

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    The Independent
    July 21, 2017

    Singaporean woman kidnapped by loan shark syndicate in Manila rescued

    A Singaporean woman, Wu Yan, was rescued on Tuesday after being abducted at the lobby of the Solaire casino in Manila, Phillipines and held hostage at a nearby hotel for four days.

    The 48-year-old was kidnapped by a loan shark syndicate under the guise of being escorted to another casino as she was gambling and taken to the Bayview International Towers where she was beaten and intimidated by her captors who demanded US$180,000 from her.

    Police were alerted to the case by Wu Yan’s friend who received a ransom call. About 50 Phillipine police officials were put on the case and rescued Wu Yan after the casino helped to trace the taxi which was used to kidnap the woman to the Bayview International Towers.

    They staked out the hotel for a whole night until they received a valuable lead the next day when a security guard reported seeing Wu Yan’s leg being dragged into an apartment. She had tried to escape from her captors but was not successful.
    The police immediately busted the apartment where they found Wu Yan and 14 syndicate members, most of whom were sleeping. A total of 45 individuals were later arrested in connection to the case, comprising of 43 Chinese nationals and 2 Malaysians between the ages of 25 and 35. 15 of them were “positively identified” by Wu Yan.

    The police force in the Philippines believe that the culprits belong to one of two loan shark syndicates which are said to be behind 11 similar cases that have been reported since 2015. One victim, a Chinese national, was released after paying a S$60,700 ransom, while another victim from Hong Kong escaped after she was abducted on 9 July.

    The group is said to lure their victims from casinos by offering loans or by offering to escort tourists who are down on their luck to other casinos nearby. Philippines police’s anti-kidnapping group director Glenn Dumlao said to the local press:
    “There’s no forcible abduction because they lure the victim by continuously offering loans. And then they will say, ‘You do not have good luck here in Solaire’ or ‘You have bad luck in City of Dreams. Let’s move to Okada (another casino), maybe you will have better luck there.’ The victim will usually follow, believing that she or he will be able to recoup (their losses)”
    On tourists coming to the Phillipines to gamble, national police chief, Ronald de la Rosa, said:

    “I want to make it clear that we are not anti-gambling. We are not against foreigners coming to the Philippines to gamble. But we are anti-criminals. We are especially against foreigners who will come here to commit crime. We do not tolerate that.”
    Solaire, for its part, released a statement on Thursday asserting that the safety of its patrons is a priority:

    “Solaire continues to closely safeguard all its patrons to ensure their safety from unscrupulous personalities and activities even as it continues to coordinate and support government authorities in the fight against criminal activities.”

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    Singapore has 2 reputable legal casinos, MBS & RWS
    Why Ms Wu Yan want to travel all the way to unsafe Manila for gamble ?

    Ms Wu Yan so easy to get so much water from loansharks must be an old bird.
    Is she allow to go inside our 2 safe casinos to gamble ????????
     
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    Can impose exclusion order on Singapore Pool outlets?
     
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    Sorry hor, i think you have to write to mr tan kian hoon = the chairman ncpg

    Mr tan can help you......
     

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    Hor Lee,

    any others pictures to share
     
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    this fellow hair style look like Shanghai Beach, Hoi Mun Keong who took over from mafia of Shanghai Fong Kin Yew
     
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    [QUO

    TE=extinguisher;2603384]Does the 2 casinos really created jobs for Singaporean ????
    My survey proven above 40% so called 'foreign talents' are working in the 2 casinos.
    Everyday MRT jammed are caused by FTs.
    Most crimes like CBT, Cheating case etc are due to gambling from the 2 casinos.
    Casinos also destroy numerous families disasters.
    Please shut down the 2 casinos immediately.

    NCPG / Council Committees, please help

    COUNCIL CHAIRMAN
    MR TAN KIAN HOON
    MANAGING DIRECTOR, SUNTEC REAL ESTATE CONSULTANTS PTE LTD & CHAIRMAN, NATIONAL CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL

    COUNCIL VICE-CHAIRMAN
    MR GERALD SINGHAM
    PARTNER, RODYK & DAVIDSON LLP

    MEMBERS
    PROFESSOR DAVID CHAN
    LEE KUAN YEW FELLOW, PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY AND DIRECTOR, BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES INSTITUTE, SINGAPORE MANAGEMENT UNIVERSITY

    DR CECILIA CHU
    CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST, RAFFLES COUNSELLING CENTRE

    MR MUHAMMAD EFFENDY BIN IBRAHIM
    MARKETING DIRECTOR (ASIA PACIFIC), VEEAM SOFTWARE

    MR NICHOLAS AARON KHOO
    SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT ASIA PACIFIC, SANDBOX & CO (SBX) & CHAIRMAN, CYBERSPORTS AND ONLINE GAMING ASSOCIATION (SINGAPORE)

    MR KUA SOON KHE
    CHIEF EXECUTIVE, SINGAPORE BUDDHIST FEDERATION

    MS ANNIE LEE
    EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, ASSOCIATION FOR PROFESSIONALS SPECIALISING IN ADDICTION COUNSELLING (APSAC), SINGAPORE

    MR NICHOLAS GABRIEL LIM
    SENIOR COURT COUNSELLOR (PSYCHOLOGIST), JUDICIARY, FAMILY JUSTICE COURTS

    DR LIM YUN CHIN
    CONSULTANT PSYCHIATRIST, RAFFLES COUNSELLING
    CENTRE, RAFFLES HOSPITAL

    MR LING KIN HUAT
    VICE PRESIDENT, TAOIST FEDERATION (SINGAPORE)

    A/P FRED LONG FOO YEE
    ADJUNCT ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DIVISION OF PSYCHOLOGY, SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

    A/P SENG BOON KHENG
    VICE DEAN AND HEAD, SOCIAL WORK PROGRAMME, SCHOOL OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL SERVICES, UNISIM

    DR TAN HWEE SIM



    CONSULTANT PSYCHIATRIST, RAFFLES COUNSELLING CENTRE

    MDM TEO LIN LEE
    DIRECTOR, MEISHIN INTERNATIONAL

    MR P THIRUNAL KARASU
    DIRECTOR, SINGCORP INTERNATIONAL PTE LTD

    PROFESSOR BRENDA YEOH
    DEAN, FACULTY OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE[/QUOTE]








    Bro pls stop going to AP you cannot fight with ncpg. They also have data on your ap visits...
     

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    Bro pls stop going to AP you cannot fight with ncpg. They also have data on your ap visits...[/QUOTE]

    These are the suckers who are well paid wasting money shooting the wrong holes.
     
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    Excl order are useful and helpful
     

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