Ladies and Gentlemen,
I have been reading Singapore's state controlled newspaper's online edition, the Straits Times from my office in Fremont, Northern California, outside San Francisco as you know. The newspapers daily come up with new laws, new policies and new agendas of this one party state Singapore. Today, it is the changes in the CPF. Yesterday it was a Malaysian born Chinese MP in Lee Kuan Yew's office scolding the Mainland Chinese table tennis coach in Singapore. Also there was the news of the police recruiting another 1500, I assume poorly educated individuals, to join the police force to stop anyone engaging in peaceful protests. A few days ago, there was the news report of Singapore London Day where many thousands of Singaporeans assembled in London to pay tribute to Singapore and its greatness. In fact there was probably a handful of Singapore government workers in London who were asked to pose for the picture in the newspaper, and the rest were merely passers by who took the opportunity to grab some free food displayed in a public park in London!
And as a matter of fact, no one cares. You can write in your papers that Singapore has sent a man to Mars but it would not raise an eyebrow, I tell you that. This is what always happens in dictatorships. The government has instilled so much fear in the people that it is dangerous to raise any opinions, unless it is accepted by the government. So why take the risk of saying anything or doing anything. Just go about your business and let the state controlled press say whatever they want. It wouldn't make a difference one bit either way anyway. Your opinions as citizens is inconsequential to the leader and his scholar elite ministers. Just keep your mouth shut and do as you are told. If not, Judge Belinda Ang Saw Ean will be deployed to order you pay Lee Kuan Yew $400,000.00 for defaming the leader, just as Dr. Chee had to suffer.
And if this is the sort of country that can compete in the global market place, you might as well try to convince me that pigs can fly.
The supreme leader of Singapore Lee Kuan Yew is 87 years old. His handpicked former Kempetai Japanese Military Police employee of 1942 to 1945, SR Nathan, the President is 89 years old. The leader's son, whom he placed as Prime Minister does not inspire any confidence in anyone. All the rest of his Cabinet and government are minions running about waiting for the next order from the leader. Or singing praises to him as the occasion warrants. This whole scenario does not instill any confidence in anyone. The 86 year old leader may die soon. His son, the Prime Minister is useless. When that happens your Singapore dollar and the monetary reserves if there are any left will disappear into thin air.
If I can bet on it, you should do this before it is too late. Take your families and your money out to stable and respected countries such as Australia and other democracies. Singapore is a one party dictatorship where the leader steals your money to the tune of $3.7 million dollars a year and calls it a salary. And if you question it, he will send you to jail.
You are a slave in Singapore. Get out of it.
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