Sunday, November 16, 2008

Hard-earned TRASH for CASH

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Karang Guni men assembling the DBS High Notes art installation at Speaker's Corner

A pile of Trash building up

A great pile of worthless DBS High Notes!

When is DBS going to clear up its rubbish?

Mr Tan Kin Lian can't help but marvel at the DBS Trash at his feet

A Japanese video news crew is on hand to capture the fight against DBS - HNIG takes the fight to the international scene!



SC Chan said...

Like to bring all attention to this breaking news.

2 town councils invested S$12m in Lehman-related structured products


Anonymous said...

Now that town councils have also invested in such trash with their sinking fund, that is public money. Are they going to just suffer in silent? Or are they going to the speaker's corner to listen to Mr Tan Kin Lian and make complaints to the FIs. If they don,t complain, that means they have gone in with the eyes opened, taking high risk with public money. This must be accountable to the public. If they complain, there must be grounds that such products have been mis-sold to them and proper actions must be taken to get back the money. Does anyone knows what is the town councils' position on this issue?