Monthly Archives: April 2014

20140425 PAP bullying citizens a disgrace, pushback gaining momentum

It is heartening to see an increasing number of Singaporeans standing up for our country and reclaiming our rights after 4 decades of control by the PAP. When PM Lee slammed “the work of few trolls” on his Facebook and … Continue reading

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20140423 ‘Powder keg’ Geylang now autonomous region in Singapore?

The Commissioner of Police, Ng Joo Hee, recently said Geylang is a “potential powder keg”. Unless one has visited the area, he will not understand what CP Ng meant by a foreigner time bomb waiting to explode. The lawlessness during … Continue reading

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20140421 Since politicians’ ‘sacrifice’ pegged to market rate, NS allowance should increase to $1500

The PAP prides itself on having the best and brightest in government. But despite dismal performance year after year, politicians insist they must be paid top dollars for their ‘sacrifice’. As for everyone else, it is slave/non living wages. Doesn’t … Continue reading

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20140416 Pasir Ris Punggol HDB residents should not be paying increased S & CC

To Pasir Ris/Punggol HDB residents In February, 8 PAP town councils jointly announced that our sercive and conservancy (S&CC) will be revised. ‘Rising costs’ was again cited to justify the hike. I have written to the TC chairman, MP Sapari, … Continue reading

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20140416 Kishore Mahbubani telling three tall stories in his story telling

Kishore Mahbubani’s academic viewpoint of reality in ST’s “Three stories to strengthen the Singapore spirit” is really humourous. Kishore says if there is a war, Singaporeans will “save the lives of people who are the strangers they meet in MRT … Continue reading

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20140411 PAP MP Lim Wee Kiak demonstrates how to put his foot in his mouth

In a media interview which was published on 5 April, PAP MP Lim Wee Kiak dished out his unsolicited advice on how the Malaysian authorities should have better handled the MH370 incident. Taking a pot shot at our neighbour, MP … Continue reading

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20140409 PAP’s upside down planning and our overrated civil service

Most Singaporeans would agree that the PAP fared relatively well prior to 1990. But since the 90’s, after pegging political salaries to private-sector benchmarks, the lives of Singaporeans have been worsening by the day. The reason for this is clear … Continue reading

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20140408 No more committees please, Goh Chok Tong

I refer to MP Goh Chok Tong’s interview in Petir’s “Staying ahead of social challenges”. Goh was instrumental in opening the immigration floodgates to any citizen from less developed countries. Regardless if they were foreign trash, all were considered talents. … Continue reading

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20140407 NEL breakdown – Straits Times damage control for PTO

The Straits Times reported on “Power fault jams up NEL for an hour” with a photo showing an uncrowded train with no commuters on the platform. One suspects it is not satisfied with the low global press ranking and covets … Continue reading


20140407 Roy’s articles enlightening more Singaporeans on CPF and HDB failure, lame PAP response

CPF’s stated objective is to help Singaporeans meet our basic needs in retirement. When the majority of Singaporeans continue to struggle well past the retirement age, it confirms the CPF scheme has failed. The role of the HDB is to … Continue reading

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