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GE2020: Police Report Made Against Former SAF Colonel Who Threatened Netizen Who Exposed Ivan Lim

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A police report has been made against a ex-SAF colonel by the name of Surya Kumar, who threatened Bryant Wong - the good man who exposed the poor character of former PAP candidate for Jurong GRC Ivan Lim. 

A fellow netizen also noted the threat and decided to follow it up with a police report to protect Bryant Wong

Other netizens have CSI-ed Surya Kumar as a former SAF colonel who has many accolades from the PAP under his belt. 

Is this the type of thuggish behaviour expected of former military men who have even been awarded a public service administration medal? Threaten others who have the courage to speak up and expose the truths of the PAP? 

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GE2020: PAP Candidate Ng Ling Ling Allegedly Made False Claim About Her Role In SSTI

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After a member of the public accused ex-PAP candidate Ivan Lim of being arrogant and elitist, another concerned Singaporean has stepped forward to call PAP candidate Ng Ling Ling out for allegedly making a false claim. According to this Singaporean, Ng Ling Ling had falsely claimed credit for setting up the Social Service Training Institute (SSTI). She was merely an Assistant Director at SSTI while the founding director was Ms Tan Bee Heong.

This concerned Singaporean previously reported directly to Ng Ling Ling when she joined SSTI from September 2004 to August 2006. According to his understanding, Ng Ling Ling joined the founding director Tan Bee Heong AFTER SSTI was started. It therefore seems that Ng Ling Ling was only one of the contributing members of SSTI, and it would be "very misleading and deceptive" of her to publicly claim credit for setting up the team.

The concerned Singaporean was uncomfortable with Ng Ling Ling's public claim as this issue is related to integrity and honesty expected in our political system. So even if this was a Freudian slip on Ng Ling Ling's part, he hopes that she will come forward to acknowledge the hard work of the SSTI team instead of stealing credit. To lend credibility to this story, a Facebook user named "Tan Bee Heong" actually responded to this post, saying "Richard, thanks for the facts!"

 

There could be more to this story as the concerned Singaporean also said that "I know that I will not vote for her after working with her for two years."

The slate of new PAP candidates have faced mounting public scrutiny and accusations even before Nomination Day. Perhaps Lee Hsien Yang was right to raise questions about the PAP's "rigorous, robust" candidate screening process if such character flaws had slipped past them.

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GE2020: WP's Raeesah Khan Champions Mental Health Issues And Bravely Opens Up About Going To Therapy

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It is very brave and courageous of Worker's Party candidate Raeesah Khan to talk about mental health and open share about herself seeing a therapist. 
 
Mental health is just as important as physical health, but is often neglected because of the stigma surrounding it. Just as Raeesah advocates, society should normalise seeking help when we are in a tough mental spot. There is no shame in seeing a therapist to work through our issues, just as there is no shame in seeing your GP when you are down with the flu.
 
No other PAP candidate or MP has championed mental health issues in Parliament. Let's give WP and Raeesah a chance to be the voice of this neglected group of Singaporeans!

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GE2020: Tan Jee Say Asks To Rejoin Singapore Democratic Party

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On 29 June Tan Jee Say stated his intent to continue providing an alternate voice for Singaporeans, but this time under the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP). He has initiated contact with SDP Secretary-General Dr Chee Soon Juan about his interest to rejoin the party.

His decision to rejoin SDP was based on two reasons: Firstly, SDP's values reflect the values and beliefs he champions for Singaporeans. Secondly, SDP is a great party with dynamic leadership that has grown in strength over the years.

Back in 2011 Tan Jee Say contested as a SDP candidate in the Holland-Bukit Timah GRC. He subsequently left the party to contest in the Presidential Election before returning to SDP once more. Tan Jee Say eventually founded SingFirst in 2014. This announcement comes four days after Tan Jee Say confirmed the dissolution of his former Singaporeans First (SingFirst) Party.

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GE2020: IB Page Fabrications About the PAP Violates Facebook Policies And Gets Shut Down

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GE is coming and Facebook is stepping up efforts to clamp down on pages and accounts that they claim have "inauthentic behaviour". And the PAP IB page "Fabrications about the PAP" was not spared.

Facebook said:

"We've taken action on several accounts in Singapore for violating our policies. These accounts were discovered during our ongoing proactive work to find and take action on accounts that violate our policies."

It is so funny because even Facebook knows that FAP is IB page and is "inauthentic" and is not a true representation of the voice of ordinary Singaporeans. Basically Facebook has called the bullshit on FAP.

Jason Chua Chin Seng must be so sad now to be out of a job during this Covid19 crisis some more. But we won't worry too much about him since he can now qualify for the Covid19 financial help for the unemployed.

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GE2020: PAP Ng Ling Ling Says She Is Not Perfect After Her Actual Role in SSTI Was Exposed

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After her claims that she set up the Social Service Training Institute was exposed to be false, PAP candidate Ng Ling Ling came out to defend herself by saying that she is not a perfect person.

She said: “None of us are perfect and I’ll be the first to confess that I am not a perfect person”.

She also admitted “Bee Heong was the director, and I was a member of her pioneer team. My role was to help operationalise the institute and ensure it’s financially sustainable. Work in the social services sector is a team effort. I had passionate colleagues who inspired me, and I am thankful for the mentorship of many during my journey in NCSS, SSTI and the Community Chest”

So despite her knowing that work in the social services sector is a team effort, she still had the cheek to initially claim all the credit for herself by saying that she was the one who set up SSTI and made it sound like it was her individual effort.

She is so disingenuous, and if not for the fact that her former staff exposed her claims, we will never know the truth. How many more PAP candidates have gotten away with such things, we will also never know until more people come out to expose them.

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GE2020: No Need To Vote For PAP Because They Can Be NCMP

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Responding to the WP Pritam Singh's suggestion that there could be an opposition wipe out this elections, Indranee Rajah dismissed that possibilty and urged Singaporeans to continue voting for PAP because the revamped NCMP scheme guarantees at least 12 opposition MPs in Parliament.

She said:

"There is a suggestion that you have to have opposition elected, in elected seats, in order to have a voice in parliament. That’s not correct. I urge you to go back to look at the last round of constitutional amendments that we did with respect to the NCMP seats.

We increased the number, the total number, of opposition seats from nine to 12.

That means taking into account, if you add in, the elected ones plus NCMP it goes up to twelve.

Which means that no matter what the outcome of this election, and even if PAP took all the elected seats, you will still have 12 opposition seats in Parliament at a minimum, and of course in addition you have NMPs. And the powers of the NCMP were also extended to full rights."

But by the same logic, it can also be argued that there is no need to vote for the PAP because even if everyone votes for the opposition, they will also be guaranteed at least 12 seats in parliament.

So to those people who are scared to lose whatever merits the PAP brings to the table, they rest assure that the PAP will continue to have a presence in parliament where they can continue their efforts to help Singaporeans.

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GE2020: Lee Hsien Yang Says PAP Mishandled Covid19 Pandemic

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Singaporeans will have to go out to vote on 10 July when they would have preferred to stay safe from the risk of getting COVID-19. Almost three months after lockdown began, new cases still remain stubbornly in the three-digit range, a result of the PAP’s poor handling of the pandemic. The resulting economic damage could have been avoided.

Retired senior civil servant Philip Yeo once put it bluntly: the government is suffering from ‘Eunuch Disease’. There are no leaders that possess the spark, only ‘paper shufflers’ who ‘exist to keep the emperor happy’.

Conflicts of interest are rampant throughout government. PAP leaders and MPs are related or very closely associated to key persons all over - at Temasek, the Auditor-general, the Attorney-general to name a few. There is so much “ownself check ownself”.

There is only narrow group-think that prevails in today’s PAP government, lacking rigour in discussion and debate on policies that shape our country. Singapore has suffered greatly as a result and people are angry and frustrated.

In this COVID-19 election, the people of Singapore must seek accountability. We must vote for change. We must create a first-world parliament to strengthen the DNA of collective leadership in Singapore. We need to vote for our future and for our children’s future, and not for past PAP glories. There are many men and women, old and young, of considerable calibre, passion and compassion in the alternative line-up who can help build a stronger, better Singapore.

I have been privileged to meet some of them, and I know they will bring the diversity that we so desperately need. A truly diverse parliament is a win for the people of Singapore.

This election is our opportunity to end the status quo of the supermajority. We can have our voices heard in Parliament. The PAP is no longer listening. The PAP vision of meritocracy has become a fiction. Instead of space to grow and prosper, our citizens are slowly suffocating from fear and stress. Singapore has become a country where we have very little say in how we live. There is little space in Singapore to be what we want to be, to say what we want to say, to grow, to prosper.

Many Singaporeans feel they are running a rat race in a maze designed by the government, which decides who to dispense rewards to. The chosen few are given a nice big slice of cake. For those who are not scholars or generals or privileged, there are only crumbs.

In this maze, the PAP government of today can create dead-ends, move walls, close off the exits. It can wield POFMA to silence, and defamation suits to ruin and bankrupt, those who disagree. It can choose to retain a long outdated discriminatory law. It can prosecute a single person for an illegal public assembly. Indeed, during Covid-19, it is investigating 2 young persons who separately stood up in public on concerns about climate change.

The PAP can change the Constitution and deny Singaporeans a chance to elect the president. It can do this because the PAP has an overwhelming majority of the seats in Parliament.

It can crush HDB owners’ dreams. It can sit on CPF savings. It can hike GST at will to raise revenue for a government that has undisclosed billions in secret reserves. It can expose us to the risk of COVID-19 by prioritising politics over our lives. It can dismiss the risk of infection in crowded dormitories for foreign workers.

When decisions produce poor results, the government can selectively use statistics and surveys designed to trivialise our fears, and imply that our concerns are unfounded. It can baldly tell us, “In Singapore, no one will be left to walk his journey alone.”

When he ascended to become Prime Minister in 2004, Lee Hsien Loong promised.“We will continue to expand the space which Singaporeans have to live, to laugh, to grow and to be ourselves. Our people should feel free to express diverse views, pursue unconventional ideas, or simply be different. We should have the confidence to engage in robust debate, so as to understand our problems, conceive fresh solutions, and open up new spaces,” “Ours must be an open and inclusive Singapore.”

He has not kept his word. Singapore should not be a maze where people are denied a say in how the country’s riches are shared, where those who struggle and sacrifice every day have no voice.

The PAP is in control of the maze, and it does not care. Make your vote in this COVID-19 election count. Choose a Singapore where the daily struggle and sacrifice pays off for all, not just for the ‘natural aristocracy’.

For Singapore’s future, this has become an imperative. We must vote to end the super majority.

Singapore wants different.

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GE2020: This Election Is One Of The Most Polarising One In SG History

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It has almost been a week through election fever. I need not mention on the shocking arrogance that resulted with the withdrawl of Ivan Lim, the inconsistent enforcement of social distancing that had a PSP team fined, but a PAP team scot-free, some schism involving the Reform Party, the sudden appearance of the "Red Dot United" after a month of application, Dr Chee Soon Juan firing back...

It seems that this election is the most polarizing one in Singaporean history. That is by no accident however. This happens to be the first set of General Elections where the millennial segment of locals make up the largest Bloc of voters, that being people roughly 26 - 40 years old. While they were growing up, Singapore was either advanced developing or achieved first world development, which places their priorities at odds with older people who generally tolerated a sacrifice of several rights for economic growth.

Amid costs getting higher and wages stagnating, like so many first world nations, unlike the others we do not have a means in which to make our sombre situation at least a bit cheerful. Any bit of art that's worth consuming is deemed too harmful for the pro-family narrative that is encouraged here.
Meanwhile, the policies enacted to stabilize population growth weren't necessarily pro-children and as a result the fertility rate tanked. Combining this with the complex preference for foreign labour as a result of our local shortfall, we have to figure out how to avoid what little culture formed by centuries of history that's not censored through irreversible demographic changes. A nation with a threat of a slow death by population displacement coupled with costs too high for locals to consider raising children... This whole cycle is compounding our impending doom !

Notwithstanding this Pandemic, which has forced Political entities to utilize more digital platforms like TV broadcasts, Social Media advertisement and Party Websites to campaign and spread their particular beliefs to the general population... This is the most bizarre time within our politics as a Sovereign State. At this point, the people want this great nation to shed away her old robes of Authoritarianism into the more loose costume of a liberal democracy. To try and actually do something for the small island we call home. For our society to be bettered for more locals to pursue happiness through Financial Security that is not hard to obtain. But how do we obtain and then keep something that we never had the chance to use before?

In Singaporean history, the power structure usually isn't dependent on the will of the people, rather the divine right to rule. Sure the people on top has changed. But they're more or less only within the interests of the ruling class and not general public sentiment. From the Srivijayan Empire, the Sultanate of Malacca, The British East India Company, the British themselves, a cruel Imperial Japanese war machine, the British again, the central government of a newly formed Malaysian Federation and a political Party who has managed to keep a Veto Override Majority through 60 consecutive years. The tactics are all the same: Build up the place enough for citizens to not complain immediately, squash all opposition that does immediately poses a threat to whatever rhetoric is used for your case and then reap in the benefits from having people who tolerate their subjugation as their subordinate in life.

In a society where rule has always been in the hands of a few, how can we make sure that the foundations of those reforms are steady if we start dictating society by the voice of many? I leave you with that thought as I have to sleep soon. I probably have some walkabout or other miscellaneous grassroots activity to carry out within the morning. There always seems to be a lack of good men willing and vocal enough to help out the cause, so I'm sacrificing the time I'd play video games with to do that instead. I'll be right here if something major within this Election season comes up. Till then reader

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GE2020: PAP New Candidate Xie Yao Quan And Ong Ye Kung Are Cousins

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"Our mothers are sisters, we used to play as kids," said Education Minister Ong Ye Kung, in reference to PAP new face Xie Yao Quan, 35, who is part of the party's line-up in Jurong GRC. Mr Ong was speaking to the media at the PAP's Gambas branch, where he had gathered with the rest of his Sembawang GRC team.

"I have not seen him for many many years. He used to call me kor kor...now he calls me Min Ong," said Mr Ong, 50, with a laugh.

So the question is, did the Xie Yao Quan who replaced Ivan Lim move up the ranks on his own merits, or was he pushed up ahead because of his family relations?

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GE2020: Heng Swee Keat Sent To East Coast GRC Over Fear Of Losing To The Workers' Party

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While Heng Swee Keat's candidacy for GE2020 was closely guarded, many expected him to contest again in Tampines GRC. In a surprise move, Heng Swee Keat showed up at the St Anthony's Canossian nomination centre in Bedok North to file his nomination papers for East Coast GRC. Heng Swee Keat will the replacement minister for retirees Lim Swee Say or Lee Yi Shyan. He will lead a five-member team consisting of himself, Maliki Osman, Jessica Tan Soon Neo, Cheryl Chan Wei Ling and ex-IMDA CEO Tan Kiat How.

The PAP will be going up against a straight fight with the Workers' Party (WP) comprising of Nicole Seah, Dylan Ng, Kenneth Foo Seck Guan, Terence Tan and new face Abdul Shariff Aboo Kassim. This will be the fourth time WP is contesting in East Coast GRC. WP has consistently walked the grounds of East Coast GRC. Therefore it comes with no surprise that WP commands a significant percentage of votes as seen in the previous elections, even reaching a high of 45.2% of votes in GE2011.

By moving Heng Swee Keat to East Coast GRC, it seems the PAP is hoping that the "4G leader" will be able to shore up whatever remaining support the PAP has in this GRC. Perhaps it is a sign of desperation when PAP has to force East Coast voters to decide on whether to vote WP in at the "cost" of losing a minister who is widely-speculated to be the next PM.

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GE2020: Opposition Candidates' Pictures Missing in ST Nomination Day Live Coverage

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The 158th media has completely failed at hiding their bias by leaving out the faces of opposition candidates in their Nomination Day Live Coverage.

158 did not bother to find photos of opposition candidates and just showed them as blanks while all the PAP candidates' faces were shown. What is their excuse for not being able to get a photo of the prominent Paul Tambyah who is going to be president of the International Society of Infectious Diseases?

As for Chee Soon Juan, it is obvious they picked an unflattering photo of him alongside his opponent Murali Pillai who has been criticised for the Bukit Batok hose reel negligence and is in need of positive press.

Several opposition parties also have most or all of their candidates' pictures missing. They can't even do a simple job of finding and inserting photos. It's simply ridiculous and hilarious.

It is no wonder they are 158th. Shame on them.

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GE2020: East Coast Voters Should Vote WP So That Tharman Can Be Prime Minister

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To East Coast voters, please vote WP and vote Heng Swee Keat out. The benefits to you and Singapore are:

1. This is the best chance for us to get Tharman as Singapore's PM, if Heng is out

2. You will get Nicole Seah and an excellent WP team in Parliament

3. You send the signal that the PAP should not be so kia su as to field big guns in order to deprive us of good opposition candidates and parties while protecting weak PAP candidates in a GRC

4. Heng Swee Keat can be appointed to head GIC or better still, Temasek Holdings to replace Ho Ching; the government will never waste such a finance talent as he is; he need not be in politics to serve Singapore; or he could be fielded as President after Halimah

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GE2020: Heng Swee Keat Fumbles Embarrassingly During Nomination Day Speech

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After being sent to East Coast GRC to go up against the WP's team consisting of promising candidate Nicole Seah, Fumbling Heng lived up to his name and fumbled embarrassingly during his Nomination Day speech. He was also abruptly cut off before he could end his speech properly.

What made it more awkward was that Jessica Tan, who was standing behind him, had her mask upside down with an inverted PAP logo. Is this a signal of Heng's fate? Looks like God of Fortune is not off to a good start.

Heng was heard saying "For our East Coast residents, we also have a plan for the East Coast. We have a East Coast, Singapore, we have a together and East Coast plan. We care at East Coast."

After so much practice with public speaking, Fumbling Heng still cannot get his act together? Like this want to be PM?

Maybe this is all part of Pinky's plan to pave an exit for Fumbling Heng so that he will be out forever (doing a George Yeo ehem).

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GE2020: Inexperienced New Faces Sent To Challenge PSP In Two SMCs

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The People's Action Party (PAP) unveiled 27 new faces for GE2020. The PAP has a habit of fielding its preferred newcomers in GRCs to ensure that these inexperienced elites can enter Parliament on the coattails of anchoring Ministers. For instance, last minute candidate Xie Yao Quan will be fielded in the Jurong GRC team headed by Tharman Shanmugaratnam. Xie Yao Quan, who happens to be Ong Ye Kung's cousin, was introduced hastily after the prospective PAP candidate Ivan Lim faced an online torrent of accusations over his elitist and arrogant behaviour.

While most of these 27 new faces come from the same elitist background, it seems not all of them are treated equally. The PAP has decided to field two inexperienced scholars in two SMCs - ex-Administrative Service civil servant Yip Hon Weng will be contesting Yio Chu Kang SMC while ex-General Gan Siow Huang was sent to Marymount SMC. Yip Hon Weng will be facing Progress Singapore Party (PSP) candidate Kayla Low, and Gan Siow Huang is up against PSP's Dr Ang Yong Guan.

These scholars have little to no real world experience as their sheltered careers were mainly in government-linked organisations. Together with the fact that they were thrown to the deep end by contesting solo, it seems that the PAP is either overconfident of winning these SMCs or that Yip Hon Weng and Gan Siow Huang are disposable. Given how the PAP has placed the two scholars low on their priority list of newcomers, the residents in Yio Chu Kang and Marymount can be reassured that these two are useless to the progress of Singapore and should be voted out.

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Garang Guni Distributes Leaflets Disguised As Charity Organisation To Deceive People

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Received this leaflet that gives the impression that it is from a charity organisation but is not. Distributed to Blk 18A to 18D Holland Drive.
Carefully crafted words "Helping Hands" and "Hopeful Hearts".
This is just a plain Garung Guni man trying to disguised as charity organisation to deceive people. Creative words like "Volunteers will ...."
This person is indeed Helping his own hands with a Hopeful heart to reap a bounty. No license number and no charity organisation name. Is this lawful?

ASS Loyal Reader Eric

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GE2020: Wrong Impression Forces PAP Candidate Tan See Leng To Declare His Directorships

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When Goh Chok Tong announced his retirement from politics, he introduced the 55 year old Dr Tan See Leng as his replacement. The 158th state media eagerly lapped up the story about Tan See Leng's 30-year long experience in the healthcare sector. They even went on to differentiate him from PAP's usual crop of elites (public servants, military generals and legal professionals) by praising how he had built his whole professional career in the private sector.

With the 158 media busy praising Tan See Leng's credentials, the public took interest in his rich working experience. Pictures allegedly showing his directorship in 69 companies started surfacing, leading many netizens to question if Tan See Leng is still able to look after the needs of residents in Marine Parade GRC.

As brewing speculations of his inability to serve Marine Parade became a concern, Tan See Leng was forced to clarify his directorships on Facebook. He shared that his position in 69 companies was a "wrong impression". Once he left IHH Healthcare Bhd as Group CEO, all his directorships of active companies related to the group also ceased at the end of 31 Dec 2019. Tan See Leng also declared his current directorships - paid position in Surbana Jurong, unpaid positions in raiSE (social enterprise), NUH Fund Limited, NUH Health Research Endowment Fund and unpaid adviser for Temasek Foundation.

GE2020 has shown that Singaporeans highly value integrity and honesty in their political candidates, especially those who claim to be clean and white. One thing seems certain, Singaporeans are now not afraid to scrutinise politicians and press them with hard questions.

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GE2020: PSP Posters Vandalised in Bukit Batok On First Day It Was Put Up

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On the first night that PSP posters were put up in Bukit Batok, several were found to be vandalised and on the floor instead of its original position hung on the lamp post. But as you can see from the pictures, the PAP posters were left intact and undamaged.

 

Is this the work of the PAP or their supporters? If it is, they should be ashamed of themselves. PAP with its vast resources and machinery on the ground still using such underhand and dirty tactics to give themselves an advantage over the underdogs PSP.

It is a pity that PAP is always committing political suicide.

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GE2020: PAP Aljunied Suicide Squad Giving Free Texas Chicken To Voters In Their Ward

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An Aljunied GRC resident has received an invitation letter from PAP candidate Shamsul Kamar inviting her to collect a free 2 piece Texas Chicken meal:

You are invited to receive 1 set of Texas Chicken 2 Piece Meal. This event is sponsored by TEXAS CHICKEN and you are requested to attend as listed below:

Saturday, July 4, 2020 AM to 12:00 AM

Place: Block 527 Bedok North SL 3 (Shaik Abdul Kader AL Jailani Eat Place Pte Ltd) Terms & Conditions

1. Only those who receive this letter, must attend
2. Limited to 1 set per family
3. Please bring this letter with your Identity Card to receive the invitation I hope you have the opportunity to attend this event I would love to meet you, if there is a chance"

Is the PAP Aljunied suicide team so desperate that now they are even literally giving away free fried chicken in an attempt to lure voters? Do they really think that Aljunied residents are so cheap that their votes can be bought by chicken wings?

The PAP should stop using such loser tactics to try to win votes because all of us know that they may give you chicken wings now but they will definately take back a whole chicken later after they win the GE.

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New Satellite Based ERP System To Kick In After Elections

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Since 2018, LTA has been testing the new distance-based satellite ERP system which will replace the existing gantry systems which charges a flat rate. The new system will track and charge motorists based on distance.

What does this mean? It means that very soon, the government will be able to track and know your every move within this country. This also means that we might possibly be paying more ERP than the exorbitant fees that we are already currently paying because it is distanced based - the farther or longer you drive, the more you pay.

With high COE prices, high road tax, high petrol costs, and now possibly even higher ERP charges, the government is making it very expensive for the sandwiched class - hardworking families with elderlies and children who need care and transportation to get around. The gap between the rich and the poor is slowly but surely widening.

Drivers, please open your eyes and ears to see what will happen to us if we continue to vote in the PAP.

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