Vote for detached PAP MPs at the risk of your children’s future

In a recent radio talk show on 89.3 FM, Member of Parliament from AMK GRC Darryl David said that he hasn’t encountered any couple citing high cost as a reason to starting a family or having children.

For the benefit of that well-paid Mr. David, a survey conducted by the National Population and Talent Division (NPTD) showed that 61% of the respondents cited high living cost as their primary reason for not having children.

He is not alone as there are plenty of utterly ignorant and stupid PAP MPs and Ministars who are so detached from the everyday worries and struggles of ordinary people whom they are supposed to represent. I will give some examples.

PAP Minister Amy Khor said that hawker stalls rental do not affect their food prices. Tan Chuan Jin described our elderly citizens who collect cardboards to sell for pittance as “exercising”. Indranee Rajah told Singaporeans that the 30% increase in water prices will not affect our cost of living.

Our unelected President Halimah Yacob taught Singaporeans that if the prices of chicken are too expensive, then they could eat fish instead. Of course I have not forgotten Goh Chok Tong and Lim Wee Kiak for their hilarious comments on exorbitant Ministerial salaries.

If our citizens continue to support and vote for PAP MPs who are so detached, we and our children must pay heavy prices going forward, whether in retirement adequacy, employment opportunities, inequality, wage stagnation, expensive and lease decay public flats, or not getting back our CPF at 55.

 

Simon Lim

 

 

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18 Responses to “Vote for detached PAP MPs at the risk of your children’s future”

  • Detached from reality:

    They’ve proven to us,time and time again, that theyre nothing but a bunch of clowns!
    But their jokes are all BAD / hurtful jokes!
    Irritating specimens!

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  • Angry Rooster:

    Simon, you’re barking up the wrong tree again. It is the 70% detached Singaporean voters you should slammed first. Imagine even an old lady can get away with telling people “LKY needs MONEY”. and they believed!

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  • PC Ong:

    The ministers are not wrong in their statement. We look at prices at the micro level but our ministers must look at things from macro level. The 30% increase in water prices may seem a lot in % terms, but in absolute terms, it is nothing because we are starting from a very low base. The increase in water price only marginally increases our utilities bills, and overall don’t affect our cost of living much. Same for transport, few cents increase in fares is nothing. We must look at any price increase in context – what is a few dollars or tens of dollars more every month, when our annual salary increment is a few hundred dollars?

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  • 70%:

    Eh, Mr Simon, we do not look at the person. It can be a puppy or a pig or a whatever, as long as the lightning is there, we vote for it.

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  • How about Mentoring EQ?:

    “I make fun of Mensa. I don’t know a great deal about Mensa – that’s the high IQ group – but I say, ‘To get into Mensa, you have to have a high IQ, and once you get in, you spend your time congratulating people who are in Mensa with you.’ To me that’s a pretty stupid way to spend your life.”
    - Prof. Howard Gardner, Harvard Project Zero

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  • Bapak:

    You sound & reason like a great man in an ancient Chinese story. His name was Ah Q.

    PC Ong:
    The ministers are not wrong in their statement. We look at prices at the micro level but our ministers must look at things from macro level. The 30% increase in water prices may seem a lot in % terms, but in absolute terms, it is nothing because we are starting from a very low base. The increase in water price only marginally increases our utilities bills, and overall don’t affect our cost of living much. Same for transport, few cents increase in fares is nothing. We must look at any price increase in context – what is a few dollars or tens of dollars more every month, when our annual salary increment is a few hundred dollars?

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  • PAP Ministers Fit ?:

    A little bit of trouble and they all Gabra. I am referring to the problems we are having with Malaysia. Ministers such as Cow, Vivy, Disgraceful and Kee Chiu immediately warned Malaysia to withdraw their ships or else we will take actions. We even mobilize our Reservists, Army tanks and artillery guns and five squadron of F16 fighter jets and pilots preparing to go to War.

    Dr M must have a good laugh in KL and he decided not to withdraw their ships despite our serious warnings. All our Ministers were shocked and they do not know how to react. In the eyes of the world, we are making a fool of ourselves.

    If its LKY and his Ministers it will be a non event as they have the EQ to solve the problems.

    Are we sure we have the right caliber of people leading our country ?

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  • Bapak:

    When I read this Yahoo News, this morning – “the spurned man collected his faeces and rubbed it over the woman’s mouth”. I was having you in mind. Can’t keep it to myself, have to bring it to your attention.

    PC Ong:
    The ministers are not wrong in their statement. We look at prices at the micro level but our ministers must look at things from macro level. The 30% increase in water prices may seem a lot in % terms, but in absolute terms, it is nothing because we are starting from a very low base. The increase in water price only marginally increases our utilities bills, and overall don’t affect our cost of living much. Same for transport, few cents increase in fares is nothing. We must look at any price increase in context – what is a few dollars or tens of dollars more every month, when our annual salary increment is a few hundred dollars?

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  • Calling A Deer A Horse:

    And they all identified a deer as a horse!

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  • problem of a pliant parleement:

    PC Ong:
    The ministers are not wrong in their statement. We look at prices at the micro level but our ministers must look at things from macro level. The 30% increase in water prices may seem a lot in % terms, but in absolute terms, it is nothing because we are starting from a very low base. The increase in water price only marginally increases our utilities bills, and overall don’t affect our cost of living much. Same for transport, few cents increase in fares is nothing. We must look at any price increase in context – what is a few dollars or tens of dollars more every month, when our annual salary increment is a few hundred dollars?

    don’t talk through the arse.

    median wage is around S$3,500 GROSS, not S$m pap clown is paying each other.

    wake up.

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  • ganeshsk:

    @ PC Ong

    “when our annual salary increment is a few hundred dollars?”

    CAN YOU GO FIND OUT HOW MANY HAD A SALARY INCREMENT IN THE LAST YEARS.

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  • exploited for the benefits:

    //he hasn’t encountered any couple citing high cost as a reason to starting a family or having children.//

    maybe he also never heard that some people are discussing not having many children because they do not want their children to be born in this ‘cruel world’ to be treated like digits to be moved about and exploited for the benefits for the higher elites (like the white idiots) who somehow can capitalize on the system (like ownself-rub-ownself system) better than people outside their circle.

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  • Rule of Law:

    Now, they behave like it is their own home. The Mentri Besar come and go as he like and more vessels joined in.
    Is our Govt. good at implementing ‘rule of law’ on its’ own people but allow outsiders ‘climb’ and ‘shit’ all over them? When despite all the sabre-rattling, they’re still cowards? Even citizens lost their respect now.

    PAP Ministers Fit ?:
    A little bit of trouble and they all Gabra. I am referring to the problems we are having with Malaysia. Ministers such as Cow, Vivy, Disgraceful and Kee Chiu immediately warned Malaysia to withdraw their ships or else we will take actions. We even mobilize our Reservists, Army tanks and artillery guns and five squadron of F16 fighter jets and pilots preparing to go to War.

    Dr M must have a good laugh in KL and he decided not to withdraw their ships despite our serious warnings. All our Ministers were shocked and they do not know how to react. In the eyes of the world, we are making a fool of ourselves.

    If its LKY and his Ministers it will be a non event as they have the EQ to solve the problems.

    Are we sure we have the right caliber of people leading our country ?

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  • in sinkie land:

    //The 30% increase in water prices may seem a lot in % terms, but in absolute terms, it is nothing because we are starting from a very low base. The increase in water price only marginally increases our utilities bills, and overall don’t affect our cost of living much. Same for transport, few cents increase in fares is nothing. We must look at any price increase in context – what is a few dollars or tens of dollars more every month, when our annual salary increment is a few hundred dollars?//

    that’s your context lar. have you wondered now got skill future funds ($500/- per year) when almost every child and adult is better educated. last time in the 80s or 90s, no need skill future funds but got plenty of jobs to go around. and now many schemes, like PIC to subsidize businesses. and have you read about the abuses going on.

    no wonder there are so many daft sinkies in sinkie land. it is precisely because of white idiotic plp like you that the higher white idiots can do their ‘talented’ jobs nicely. keep working hard, sinkie land needs people like you to prolong the daft mentality of many daft sinkies.

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  • Ah Lee:

    Ah Q? Sun Yaoting, more apt

    Bapak:
    You sound & reason like a great man in an ancient Chinese story. His name was Ah Q.

    PC Ong:
    The ministers are not wrong in their statement. We look at prices at the micro level but our ministers must look at things from macro level. The 30% increase in water prices may seem a lot in % terms, but in absolute terms, it is nothing because we are starting from a very low base. The increase in water price only marginally increases our utilities bills, and overall don’t affect our cost of living much. Same for transport, few cents increase in fares is nothing. We must look at any price increase in context – what is a few dollars or tens of dollars more every month, when our annual salary increment is a few hundred dollars?

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  • Life getting trickier:

    Listening to news …reported that a black suv drove by parliament house, a figure inside flung a brick at the PH.
    I just had a LOL moment.

    Plus another TRE commenter shared that he witnessed some old folk slapping Mai Hum’s pics with their slippers.

    Who asked him to make people so angry,huh?

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  • Homeless Cat:

    PC Ong:
    The ministers are not wrong in their statement. We look at prices at the micro level but our ministers must look at things from macro level. The 30% increase in water prices may seem a lot in % terms, but in absolute terms, it is nothing because we are starting from a very low base. The increase in water price only marginally increases our utilities bills, and overall don’t affect our cost of living much. Same for transport, few cents increase in fares is nothing. We must look at any price increase in context – what is a few dollars or tens of dollars more every month, when our annual salary increment is a few hundred dollars?

    I am seriously starting to doubt your intellect and sanity. Were you drunk when you wrote above-mentioned comment? Or were you high on drugs?

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  • Life getting trickier:

    Latest: the suv, brick thrower and the brick had been napped and is now in custody.
    I’d love to hear the reason for the brick thrower’s action..
    Wonder if there was a msg written on the brick addressed to mai hum????

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