My views on a host of issues have been expressed to the government.
Some are republished on this blog.
Perceived or otherwise, Singaporeans have been conditioned to fear the PAP. This fear is unhealthy for Singapore and should not continue to shackle society.
There is urgency to dispel this fear. We are actually giving credit to ourselves by thinking that we will be ‘marked’ because of our negative opinions of the government. Most of us are really nobody.
The government is our servant, voted in to serve us. But strangely, this isn’t the case with Singapore.
Nowhere in the world could a government dictate to the people their needs, control the media, prioritise public housing according to political support using taxpayers’ money, pay politicians sky high salaries without consent from the people, run our country like the biggest company in the world and priortise business needs above all else.
Planning has been haphazard at best as evident by the current unhappiness of the majority of us.
If first world GDP numbers mean first world standard of living, why are Singaporeans screaming our problems to the government?
The PAP is now trying to extinguish a self-created skyscraper fire with buckets of water.
One can only watch and wonder. 😦