The Straits Times (Singapore's Pravda) editorial opinion, published on July 15, 2002 stated, "Unfortunately, Mr Yeo's earlier remark that only 5 per cent of Singaporeans were unemployed, while 95 per cent still had jobs and therefore could afford the small increases in bus and train fares, had conveyed an unnecessarily harsh note." A second blow to Yeo Cheow Tong came when, on August 9, 2002, Singapore's National Day, it was announced that his proposed S0 million office palace, the Land Transport Authority building was cancelled.In Yeo's ahqua style with lisping, mincing and wimpy words, "Many problems were not related to equipment, but wrong action on the part of the commuters." The Straits Times wrote, blasting Yeo, "This can get patronising." makes the body count, for her firm’s involvement in the "Scam of 69 Holland Road," and for her extra-legal attack on Kinokuniya Books in Singapore to have them remove Escape from Paradise from their shelves.Helen Yeo's firm collapsed as her partners deserted her.We believe a large part of this was due to the pressure we have put on her for her banning of Escape from Paradise.Here, through the magic of computer graphics, Helen happily joins Jackie Lee Teng Jin, another recent arrival to the Body Count.(Don't feel bad, Helen, you're not the only woman who got screwed over by Jackie Lee Teng Jin, even though he may have done it to you by long distance.
This eventually led to the Helen Yeo's husband being fired from his position of Singapore Minister of Transport. You destroyed your husband's career (with a little help from us).The latest is that Yeo is being removed from Singapore's parliament.