Monthly Archives: March 2018

PAP’s immigration policy hidden agenda: Replace dead supporters with new citizens

One of the objectives of PAP’s flawed immigration policy is to replace its largest group of supporters with new citizens – an estimated 14,000 elderly citizens die every year. ** Because of their low education and reliance on PAP’s propaganda machine for news since decades ago, most of … Continue reading

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When Singaporeans start to think, PAP will be history (3)

PAP’s population policy will dig our children’s graves.  Make no mistake about this. Fact: The huge number of older new citizens – quite a few above 50 years old – are already contributing to the ageing population issue. PAP has not disclosed their numbers, preferring instead … Continue reading

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When Singaporeans start to think, PAP will be history (2)

In 2013, after the PAP-controlled Parliament had endorsed the Population White Paper, thousands of protestors turned up at Hong Lim Park. Although PAP had disclosed minimal population data selectively, Singaporeans had instinctively felt that such an insane policy would doom our country.  And they were right … Continue reading

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When Singaporeans start to think, PAP will be history

Singaporeans are mostly book smart propaganda lovers, not bothered about the impact PAP’s flawed policies. The situation Singaporeans find ourselves in today attests to the failure of PAP policies, eg public healthcare/transport/housing, population/immigration and CPF for retirement. For this post, … Continue reading

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When transparency sees daylight, will S$1 = RM1?

The entire PAP government rests on a very shaky foundation; it has to continue projecting an illusion of success by engaging in state propaganda. When transparency has been absent for more than 5 decades, rest assured the system is corrupt: skeletons are just waiting to fall … Continue reading

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PM Lee’s town council should not appoint non-transparent managing agent CPG FM (Victor Wong’s former employer)

Ang Mo Kio Town Council has done a disservice to its residents and tax payers by appointing an opaque managing agent (CPG FM). CPG FM does not seem to have a board of directors nor are senior management disclosed on its website.  Good … Continue reading

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NTUC’s GST trial balloon floats into PAP’s own goal, siah sway ministers should apologise

Three weeks ago, ‘trial balloon’ was the buzzword after it was floated from some PAP molehill into the mountain by ministers. PAP ministers had then tried to deny the existence of a GST trial balloon in Parliament and attacked WP MP Sylvia Lim for … Continue reading

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Ministerial salary should be further reduced, Singaporeans should say ‘no’ to maximum 12 months’ GDP and National bonuses

Before PAP lost a GRC in 2011, ministers and cronies were helping themselves to tax dollars as if the sky was the limit. This can be confirmed by the two variable components, ie humongous Performance Bonus (up to 14 months) and GDP Bonus (up … Continue reading

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Will incompetent MOT/SMRT senior management seek NASA’s help if McLaren fails?

I refer to “SMRT, McLaren to explore use of F1 technology for train performance monitoring”. (Link) MRT breakdowns look set to worsen as the government continues to leave the accountability issue unaddressed. Former Colombo Plan scholar MOT Minister Khaw and SAF … Continue reading

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Why were PAP ministers paid more than 10 months’ bonuses in 2017?

PAP-controlled media has done a good job at masking PAP ministers’ minimum 10 months’ bonuses in 2017. When DPM Teo said there were “no changes to ministerial salary levels and structure“, he made it appear that ministers were underpaid, ie according … Continue reading

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