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Performance of NCMPs

NCMP Leong Mun Wai

I previously feedback on the severely lacking medical facilities in the western region encompassing Jurong and West Coast GRCs and had received a call from the Polyclinic.

It was frankly, a lacklustre follow-up action that only served to reiterate existing protocols and repeat template responses. They have no solutions nor answers to persisting bed crunches at major public hospitals, long waiting times for consultations at MOH institutions/dental centres and presently overwhelmed medical staffs to an artificially increased population. Perhaps, this is the best a civil service which is shaped by a ‘strong’ political leadership can offer as touted by Mr Chan Chun Sing?

But what struck me most in this episode is Mr Leong Mun Wai’s dedication for the residents who had rejected his team at the last election. He has reached out to express concern at my feedback and is working relentlessly to better the lives of West Coast and Singaporeans at large.

All this, done at his own expense while juggling a full time job with a meagre allowance from Parliament. His team also has to deal with brickbats from social media outlets like “Redwire Times” and “Hard Truths of SG” posing as ‘Opposition voices’, in addition to smears from former disgruntled members, including one who was EA for an Eastern area candidate in 2015.

My mother’s condition has since taken a turn for the worse and she is now on her deathbed in the hospital. I’m currently only focused on her final care and balancing work life. Only worry is the huge bill and expenses that will incur when the inevitable happens, where the institutions will start hounding the next of kin for payments. This is the ‘Swiss’ standard all Singaporeans inherited from Goh Chok Tong’s legacy.

Silver lining for West Coast is in the 2 voices we still have working tirelessly for our interests in Parliament unlike some constituencies like Macpherson, where a high mandate for the incumbent only produced arrogant grassroots leaders!

 

Ms Lim

 

 

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15 Responses to “Performance of NCMPs”

  • Leave no stone unturned:

    MOH should have its head checked for having a cluster of three hospitals Alexander, NUH and Khoo Teck Puat in close proximity.

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  • #08-193 huang ba dan:

    Doctors seem to be overworked.

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  • Soccerbetting2:

    Stomp website :Quote-”Not cool: Some shocked that cup of hot water costs $0.60 at People’s Park Centre
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    Cherlynn Ngmail
    Posted on 11 March 2021 | 2,891 views | 7 comments | 33 reading now
    Would you pay $0.60 for a cup of plain water at People’s Park Centre?

    Some patrons were shocked by what they thought was a ridiculous price, while others felt that this was acceptable if you considered all the factors.

    Ms Wang, 66, told Shin Min Daily News that she had been having tea with some friends at a food centre located on the ground floor of People’s Park Centre.

    She also purchased a cup of hot water from the drinks stall, only to realise that it cost $0.60.

    She said: “I am a regular patron and tea usually costs slightly over a dollar, so I didn’t expect hot water to be so expensive.”….”Unquote.

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  • xoxo:

    NCMP concept is bullcrap!
    It is just a way of *extract ideas* from the OPPO sgs.
    Its oso to wayang to the world PAP gahmen are democratic when,in fact,they are the direct opposite and putting BARRIERS TO REAL DEMOCRATIC voting process with GRC and Pofma.

    Time to be truly MERITOCRATIC than meLEEtoCRAPtic?

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  • Few watched PSP videos:

    Singaporeans are still apathetic given the poor viewership of the recent videos by the two great NCMP of PSP who raised more hard hitting direct questions to the govt. Like true opposition MP!

    Hazel Poa great speech raising question on Reserves
    https://youtu.be/gFWdqtsFZ9I

    Leong Mun Wai great speech :
    https://youtu.be/IIcEpyZ8k54

    Hazel and Leong were fearless in saying it like it is.
    Kudos to their sticking their necks out to speakup for timid people like me.

    We each just need to share their vides to our whatapp people.

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  • Singaporeans R Free Riders:

    #08-193 huang ba dan:
    Doctors seem to be overworked.

    Beside criticizing and talkcork sing song, what is your solution?

    GE2024.PAP.Guarantee.Win.HuatAgain
    Majullah $PAP$ $PAP$ Huat$

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  • PAP mandate strong:

    Some stalls in China selling a cup of coffee for below 90 cents. People’s park hawker center if i recalled correctly.

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  • Soccerbetting2:

    Reported on the TISG :Quote -”Yio Chu Kang resident alleges that MP only placed an ‘I came by’ flyer on her door but never actually came by
    He claims his mother was at home

    AUTHOR

    Obbana Rajah
    DATE

    March 11, 2021
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    Home News
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    A resident of Yio Chu Kang SMC alleges that her MP never came by to her house, but only inserted a door-tag that claims he visited.

    In a Facebook post on Monday (Mar 8), the woman’s son, one Mr M, wrote to popular page ‘United Singaporean’.

    He said that his mother, a resident of Yio Chu Kang Single Member Constituency (SMC) and the ward of Mr Yip Hon Weng, was at home all day.

    Mr M wrote: “My mother open her door and waited for his visit yesterday..all she got was this tag on the door..

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    He added that she was at home and no one knocked on the door.

    “What kind of MP is this?”, he asked.

    The door-tag left on the woman’s door read: “Dear resident, I came by to visit on 6/3/21 but you were not at home”.

    The comments section of the post had the word ‘Wayang’ repeated throughout, and other netizens said that they had experienced the same thing as well…..”Unquote.

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  • Black magic belief:

    Including the lupus Louis “support them” thinking of wild pigs instead of living humans .. such lupus comes from overseas borrowed ideas which are not Asian .. wonder how Long he survives there play acting . This is how society progresses .. leaders play acting – a form of black magic

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  • Angry Cat:

    Besides being the cock or the ass of the PAP, what is yours?

    Singaporeans R Free Riders: Beside criticizing and talkcork sing song, what is your solution?

    GE2024.PAP.Guarantee.Win.HuatAgain
    Majullah $PAP$ $PAP$ Huat$

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  • PAP mandate strong:

    Okay.

    Food prices will definitely go up in the future. Its predicted.

    Those who go Malaysia in the past. Either you vaccinate and if JB and SG open their borders, you can still visit. But what will be the terms and conditions e.g. still 14 days quarantine nasal check or even anal check ? Remains unknown. If so forget it.

    JB also take a beating so they also hope to open up and singaporeans go over to spend.

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  • Soccerbetting2:

    Reported on the TISG :Quote-”PSP’s Kumaran Pillai calls out Henry Kwek on a “huge rat infestation” that has been there for about a year
    ‘Rat infestation persisting since July’

    Photo: Facebook/ Kumaran Pillai

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    Obbana Rajah
    DATE

    March 17, 2021
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    Singapore — The Progress Singapore Party’s (PSP) Kumaran Pillai took to social media to highlight Ang Mo Kio’s rodent problem.

    In a Facebook video, Mr Pillai, who stood for election in Kebun Baru in the 2020 general election, said that he received feedback from residents about the rat problem at Block 181 at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5.

    He added that hawkers and coffee shop owners had complained about a rat burrow situated right behind a coffee shop.

    “This particular burrow is next to a coffee shop and the coffee shop is a source of food and shelter for the rodents”.

    Responding to TISG’s queries, Mr Pillai added: “There are a few areas in Kebun Baru affected by rat infestation. One shop owner said that the problem worsened with the digging of the tunnels for the new MRT lines.
    The rats’ natural habitat has been disrupted and they are now closer to food sources like coffeeshops and hawker centres. It also appears that the response to this issue has been slow and tardy”. “Unquote.

    Response : Singapore both e*** b**$* Amy Khor Lean Suan and e*** b**$* Masagos keep so many rats as pets ? If not,why so many rats infestion reported by Kumaram Pillai ? Why the external environment never get rid of pests and insects which invade into our homes surounding areas ! All of us are fined if caught with dengue inside our house !So why are both Amy Khor Lean Suan and Masagos not fired off when there such things hapoen too many times ? LHL ,return pay all our fines money eaten by both bast**d Amy Khor Lean Suan and Masagos ! The external environment is the root cause of insects and cockroaches flying/invading into our homes!

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  • "Case by case basis":

    We must consider the risk of “case by case basis” how it may be a means to an end.

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  • Soccerbetting2:

    Reported on Straits Times :Quote -”Blogger Leong Sze Hian ordered to pay PM Lee $133,000 for defamation over sharing of article
    PM Lee’s lawyers had argued for $150,000 in damages in the defamation suit against blogger Leong Sze Hian….

    Rei Kurohi
    UPDATED1 HOUR AGO…
    SINGAPORE – The High Court has ordered blogger and financial adviser Leong Sze Hian to pay Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong $133,000 for defamation.

    The sum includes $100,000 in general damages and $33,000 in aggravated damages.

    Mr Leong was sued for sharing, on his Facebook page, an article from the Malaysian news site The Coverage that falsely linked PM Lee to the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) corruption scandal in Malaysia.

    Justice Aedit Abdullah said in a written judgment on Wednesday (March 24) that Mr Leong did so “without making any enquiries as to its truth whatsoever” and displayed “reckless disregard of whether the article was true or not”.

    Sharing an article on Facebook constitutes publication
    The judge ruled that Mr Leong’s sharing of the article amounted to publishing it, even though he did not add any captions or commentary.

    Mr Leong had contended that he was not responsible for publishing the article, as there was no evidence anyone clicked on it as a result of him sharing it.

    Justice Aedit noted that the link to the article, along with its headline and a photo, was the only substantive content of Mr Leong’s Facebook post, and it would be artificial to draw a “bright-line distinction” between the article and the post.

    The judge also said there did not appear to be any other plausible interpretation of the link to the article apart from Mr Leong supporting or endorsing the content in the link in some way.

    “The entirety of his message in the post centred around the link to the article, and he was at the very least drawing attention to the article and providing access to it in the post,” he said.

    “Further, an interpretation that the defendant was endorsing the content of the article would cohere with his own self-described role as a ‘staunch government critic’. This descriptor is present on… the defendant’s own website.”

    Pofma does not alter defamation law
    Justice Aedit dismissed Mr Leong’s argument that the fake news law should have a direct and significant impact on defamation law.

    Mr Leong had argued that in circumstances where the facts of a case might fall afoul of the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act (Pofma), an individual should not be able to bypass the law and sue for defamation as doing so would “deny a citizen the protections built into Pofma”.

    PM Lee and his lawyer, Senior Counsel Davinder Singh, had contended that Pofma is separate from and has not changed defamation law in Singapore….”Unquote.

    Response : $133,000 only payable to PM ? I wonder is that even enough to pay Davinder Singh one day salary as lawyer fees ? So PM win court case,did PM Lee gain or lose money in this court case ?

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  • NCMP is more PAP bullshit:

    The NCMP Scheme is a farce. It is unique to Singapore because it is not a real democracy. It is a police state run by the arrogant, mediocre, always self-serving and pro-alien PAP. Elections are not free and fair because of the lack of basic freedoms and a free presss. With a “opaque” public sector there is no real accoutability.

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