Iris Koh gifts husband’s sketchy ‘crypto lessons’ to her donors

At left, Iris Koh and her husband Raymond Ng, and Koh’s crypto debit card, which is definitely not a scam, at right. Photos: Iris Koh/ Facebook
At left, Iris Koh and her husband Raymond Ng, and Koh’s crypto debit card, which is definitely not a scam, at right. Photos: Iris Koh/ Facebook

Singapore’s biggest anti-vax troublemaker is now offering crypto lessons by her husband to thank the people who gave her money. 

Iris Koh announced last night that the more than 500 people whose donations helped her reach a S$100,000 (US$74,400) goal to wage her legal battles, can attend her husband’s cryptocurrency course free tonight.

“I wish to gift you Raymond’s crypto course, worth $200, no matter how much you gave to the fund, even $2.40,” she wrote in her Telegram group late last night. 

Rather than find a way to part more gullible people with their money, she said it was a way to protect their assets.

“We want everyone to keep their money safe from government control. We believe that until we can protect our money, we can’t really have freedom,” she added.

After Koh earlier this month tearfully appealed for money to pay her legal bills after being charged with conspiring to falsify vaccination records and tearing up a police statement, she said S$101,881.80 was raised from 535 people in less than a week.

She and her husband are finding all sorts of ways to part people from their money, offering S$50 NFTs and S$120 “lessons” on how “to start to know more about blockchain.”

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Hubby Raymond Ng said days later that they would move the funds to their crypto wallets “for safeguarding,” after concerns that the government might intervene during the proceedings which he said could be “politically motivated.”

Ng last night showed off Koh’s crypto debit card, saying that it would make the managing of funds and paying lawyers “convenient” and “easier.” 

The couple said they were spooked by reports that ​​Canadian banks froze a number of accounts of anti-vax truckers occupying Ottawa last week. 

The course states that Ng will talk about how moving funds into crypto can prevent the government from touching it, how the blockchain is different than storing it in banks, and how it assures one’s “collective freedom.”

Koh had not responded to a message seeking comment as of publication time.

That could be because she’s busy authoring a memoir on her 15 days in lock up, or preparing promised lessons to educate “ordinary citizens” about their rights when under police investigation.

She is set to return to court March 14. She is also under investigation for interfering with official duties by attempting to disrupt operations at pediatric vaccination centers and flooding public health hotlines

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