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    About Fauzi Rassull
    Famously known as "Singapore’s Only Male Bitch", Fauzi Rassull, is a popular blogger among the affluent city-state’s fashionable youngsters. Out of the many advantages of blogging, the best is that Fauzi is able to use it as a platform to voice his opinions to million of netizens out there. He feel that there is no freedom of speech at all in the world he is living in. He’s left with no other option but to use his blog so that his thoughts can and will be heard

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    Racist NightClubs in Singapore

    Everyone have their basic rights and freedoms that we are guaranteed of -- the right to life and liberty, freedom of thought and expression. When I look at freedom of speech, I see it as a natural right. So you ought to be pleased that somebody here is speaking out about the unconcealed discrimination that majority nightlife district along the Singapore Rivers are displaying these days! I hope you have heard about my dear friend, Marla Bendini’s incident where she was verbally thrown out of China One twice before for the fact that she is a transgender lady.
    That's Marla Bendini. Can you recall her?
    photo courtesy of http://endtransgenderdiscrimination.wordpress.com

    As a multi-ethnic and a diverse society, Singapore is often recognized with the "gateway between the East and West". Nonetheless, we must never forget our roots before we became what we are today.

    What prompts me to write my squashing view in todays’ blog post is due to the recent event when a group of my fans were denied entry from this club, Rebel to be certain, has led me to re-evaluate its reputation as a "coolest nightclub" in Singapore. Perhaps, Rebel still fantasizes to be the coolest club or maybe it is by virtue of its stylish young crowd I guess. Oh, we are not letting SupperClub and Arena off as well. They both also received a bad review from my fans recently. Assholes!
    To some extent, these clubs screams utter shamelessness. While the Chinese (including the Ah Bengs!) and their usual V.I.Ps grinding furiously away on the small dance floor, distinctively Malay crowds (you know the type) were refused from entering the club even if they aren’t those troublemakers. Why?? The only thing that will resonate with them is loss of patrons as well as revenues. Correct me if I am wrong, from what I realize, Malay customers are the ones that generally spend a lot in most clubs. What's so ironic are the securities and directors themselves who are stereotyping against Malays. They are not ugly people.

    For god sake, please drop the attitude as it doesn't really make the club respectable nor does it amaze the annoying girls begging for free entry in the VIP queue really. We do need an explanation for this…..

    I wasn't going to bother giving much attention on today’s post if it wasn’t because of my fans. I felt it’s about time we put an end to racism in Singapore!

    I understand not many of us care about Singapore's history hoo-haa shits but let me tell you this, history is not simply a thing of the past, and that racial riot on 21 July 1964 will always be a lesson for all of us and educate us the importance and significance of Racial Harmony. Stereotyping has been a very controversy topic of conversation not just in conservative Singapore in particular but also elsewhere. It literally exists in all shapes, forms and sizes. Unfortunately, we have people who are intolerant of other cultures. And then we also have people who practice double standards here.

    I am still unclear why a number of Singaporeans, specifically the local Chinese, give such a negative opinion towards our fellow Singaporeans of another race although I must say that the manner of racism is not that life-threatening. And I dare say this based from my understanding. It’s totally biased to think of certain race as being lazy, more unpatriotic, more likely to cause social crisis. Before somebody thinks badly of other races here, those bigots should ensure that they have the characteristic of being respected for having good character first.

    We as individuals are not capable of comparison. Why should people have to be of a certain standard? I wonder if this is how a community is supposed to be.

    SHAME ON YOU!!!!!

    On a side note, you are to check out Haunted Changi website now for more details about........

    BYE BITCH! =)

    Posted on 7/24/2010