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If chicken is expensive…

I wonder will Nasi Lemak n Milo Auntie getting millions of dollars this time say :

“If chicken is expensive, then eat duck”?

 

Janet Low

 

 

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24 Responses to “If chicken is expensive…”

  • Xiao Liao:

    PAP mentality looks so much similar to the blame of the law maker whose area where Texas shooter kills, saying, it’s mental health the cause, and blame for the children and teachers dead, not guns.
    (So blame Singaporeans for ALL foreigners STEALING Singaporean’s lunches and livelihoods. Blame yourself for voting PAP)

    I AM STILL WAITING AND WAITING the FIAKER PAP law maker said, monitor and diversifying food sources.

    Where has led prices to by ALL the USELESS, VERY EXPENSIVE talks?

    What BASTARD politicians here talks like Texas law maker?

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  • MarBowling:

    It’s a confirmed “Chicken Feathers and Duck Blood” issue.

    Sup sup the water. Our World Class Ministers drawing the World Highest Obscene $alarie$ are able, without BATTING AN EYELID, to solve and resolve the problem!

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  • Harder Truths:

    This not about chicken. It is about supply chain disruption and the useless government $inkies have voted will care if we starve. While they will not feel a thing when they are eating cake.

    $inkies will find out what happens when 5.7 million people have to fight for the small amount of food that will come in. Better stock up your storage, because the coming food shortage and price inflation is not going to be pretty.

    There is always a day of reckoning. For 61% of $tupid $heeple hope the Regime can magically save you.

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  • opposition dude:

    They will say eat what the fish.

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  • illiterate pap voters:

    We have always said the ceca agreement is WRONG.

    But pap George yeo and pap wooden goh cock tong et al said it is the best thing for cotton sheep.

    Look.

    Why sign ceca agreement which is only harms cotton sheep? Why not sign chicken supply agreement instead with new delhi?

    After all, if ceca ah nehs are really good, new delhi will not be the slum that it is.

    From the current chicken saga, everyone can see why pap is not the government for cotton sheep and must be let go.

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  • Carstopper:

    Just change chicken rices to bird or winged rice.must be flexible.

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  • Lees Betray Singaporeans:

    All the ingenious policies of the DEAD BASTARD are only temporary measures.The reason LEE KAYU was cremated and not buried was he knew his remains will be dug out and his remains vandalised.
    This BASTARD a was not only a coward of the worst order in life but also in death.It is a FUCKING SHAME a Cambridge lawyer could not write a fool proof will.This BASTARD LIED to Singaporeans that their house prices will continue to go up in value.This ARSE HOLE though that he can always outwit and suppress the opposition with his GRC system but this fool failed to realise the GRC system is also the Achilles Heel of the PAP.
    He sided line the Malays and excluded them from the army saying if there was war with Malaysia the Singapore Malays will side with their northern brothers.Now nearly every Asian nationality have sizeable numbers in Singapore as PRs and new citizens.So if any of these countries were to have war with Singapore will the country’s citizens and ex-citizens be loyal towards Singapore.
    It was said that the Bastard was so wise he looks 10 years ahead.If that was true he would not have put his Loony son in power.
    The name lie con u suits this yellow bellied,fork tongue two timer better.

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  • Temusik Patriot:

    I suppose the chicken @Geylang price will RISE 2 ???…pak charm kai will definitely cost more

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  • panyusg:

    Water, chickens, pork, mutton, vegetables, fruits, etc….all can be stopped by Malaysia.

    We need a long term Food Security Plan.

    As for me, I add frozen chicken to a porridge of beans (several types), various flavors, add some veggies, etc. Beats easting near-junk food at hawker’s centres.

    Healthy, nutritious and much lower cost.

    Chicken rice is unhealthy…soaked with chicken lard, just a few miserable slices on top of big packet of rice and they charge a big sum.

    It is 95% rice (loaded with oil). I am far healthier doing my own cooking.

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  • N.A.T.O:

    Now some PAP “smart alec” will say go vegan..
    Fish ..meat..chicken prices all up 3fold..plus ev thing else.
    Blame everything on climate change and the russian war…
    Maybe loong is thanking his stars for he can blame his incompetency on these global disruptions , or else we will see the true measure of his and his gov’s blinding incompetency at every level…
    All world leaders talk n talk but no one is doing anything.

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  • Is our gov prepare&:

    Wait till our neighbours start haggling over the price of raw water to sg …again.
    Or theyll shut it off…or say they are saving it for their own population’s usage..
    What can clown prince do .
    Food protectionism has become a weapon of sorts..
    Scientists had already predicted this few years back..
    In time, even if you have money there wont be anything to buy due to shorage of food.
    Lets see if our mil$ paid gov have any new tricks under their hats.

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  • 2Daft2Live:

    https://sg.news.yahoo.com/regrettable-food-export-controls-lee-hsien-loong-105257403.html

    Life is full of regrets. Regret never produce enough own food. Regret didn’t see food shortages coming. Regret never sign food contract with Malaysia with punitive damages if they revoked it.

    Eh….who don’t have regrets har? Guess the difference btw a responsible and irresponsible person is that the former makes all efforts to prevent an event from happening again. The latter OTOH makes comments like…”Regrettable that so and so did or didn’t do this or that”, duh!

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  • NotMyProblem:

    Actually Singapore has a lot of jungle fowls, we can eat them right? Or maybe pigeons like in Hong Kong?

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  • Smart Nation:

    From 3.5 million people 20 years ago to almost 6 million today; now, you have an increased demand for food and water supply. If Malaysia really cannot cope up with SG’s demand, there will be food shortage, prices will escalate, and many will be deprived, especially the poor. The problem starts with importing so many people into this small island and having more mouths to feed. In the event of a supply chain disruption due to a crisis like war or pandemic, a small island that is not self-sustainable, will be vulnerable.

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  • Smart Nation:

    Is our gov prepare&:
    Wait till our neighbours start haggling over the price of raw water to sg …again.
    Or theyll shut it off…or say they are saving it for their own population’s usage..
    What can clown prince do .
    Food protectionism has become a weapon of sorts..
    Scientists had already predicted this few years back..
    In time, even if you have money there wont be anything to buy due to shorage of food.
    Lets see if our mil$ paid gov have any new tricks under their hats.

    They always tell the people they are prepared, like the recent pandemic. Did it seem like they were prepared or like they were fumbling and stumbling from one goal post to another? They were “prepared” in as far as they have billions stored in reserve To be fair no country was prepared for the pandemic.

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  • No chicken OK ?:

    Ok lah..

    No chicken can eat abalone or shark fin.

    Got money everything can solve…especially if you are drawing million dollar pay.

    Only pity many without adequate money or pay….how they will survive when every thing is too expensive ?

    Maybe time to grow your own food before every country start to ban export .

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  • PAP has the mandate:

    It is the right of the Malaysian government to look after Malaysians first. They halted supply to feed their own citizens. Stinkies voted for PAP, so do not blame Malaysia but your own government is the failure of planning. Importation of frozen chickens for Bazil and other countries will not be cheaper than what you got from Malaysia. Stinkies be prepared to Pay And Pay (PAP). Stinkies are going to be slaves to the PAP, their relations and cronies. Good luck Stinkies…lol

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  • xoxo:

    Ban indeed!
    Wait till next *CHICKEN FLU* strikes.
    See the exporters’ faces?

    Karma is real .
    Greed is no good.

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  • Observer:

    China’s experience with milk powder tells us it is not good idea to cap prices and chase honest breeders out of business.

    You don’t want to end up with crooked breeders who supply fake products to make profit.

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  • Eat fish if chicken expensive!:

    “If chicken is expensive, then eat fish! ” That is what our president says!

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  • mrWie:

    If chicken is expensive, then … RAISE THE TAXES!

    That’s the only thing they can do, and like to do.

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  • Soccerbetting2:

    If chicken is expensive ???? Funny question by dumb woman Janet Low !!! Doesn’t dumb woman Janet Low not know that all those chickens at Geylang is expensive ? Not sure of the price,but one night can cause you a few hundreds dollars ,I guess ?

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  • Soccerbetting2:

    If chicken is expensive ? Watch thus tik tok and have a laugh .Tik tok link -”https://vt.tiktok.com/ZSdbSLpy8/?k=1″

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  • Soccerbetting2:

    Reported on Straits Times :Quote -”SINGAPORE – A bag of chicken from Malaysia being sold at $72.27 by NTUC FairPrice has raised the eyebrows of some shoppers and netizens here, prompting a clarification from the supermarket chain that has led to further disbelief.
    A day before Malaysia’s chicken ban kicked in on Wednesday (June 1), a photo of the bag of “SB Whole Chicken” with the FairPrice label began circulating online.
    Packed on May 31, what appeared to be one bird came in at 3.212kg and was on sale for $22.50 per kg, compared to the norm of about $4 to $5 per kg.

    “Is this a turkey?” asked a netizen on a thread on online forum Hardwarezone. Others speculated that it was a hoax, believing the photo was doctored to fan controversy amid the chicken shortage, or a weighing scale error, for which the supermarket had in February come under fire.
    But on Thursday evening, FairPrice put up a Facebook post clarifying that the packet was, in fact, correctly labelled.
    It contained, however, “chickens” in the plural – with two whole birds from premium butcher Swiss Butchery. Swiss Butchery operates a counter within one of FairPrice’s supermarkets.

    “The image of the product label is of an organic kampung chicken sold at one of our concessionaire counters operated by Swiss Butchery. This product is priced at $22.50/kg (per the label’s packed date on 31 May 2022), and the product label also showed the product weight of over 3kg as 2 whole birds were packed together, weighed and priced under the same label,” FairPrice said in the post…

    “We hope this helps to dispel any possible misunderstanding this image may have caused.”
    But hours after the post went online, rather than settling the issue, it had raised more questions.
    By 10.20pm, four hours after it went up, it had gathered more than 1,300 likes and had been shared 492 times, a much higher engagement than usual FairPrice posts.
    Unhappy netizens wanted to know why the chicken was being retailed at such a high price.
    “There’s no misunderstanding here. We’re just appalled by the price of $22.50/kg for organic kampung chicken sold at NTUC Fairprice,” Facebook user Angela Lau wrote in a comment on the post.
    “Is $22.5/kg for kampung chicken correct? I know kampung chicken should be more exp (expensive) but $22.5/kg is like crazy,” an Audrey Chen commented……”Unquote.

    Response : $72.27 ???? Lee Hsien Loong,your government $100 CDC voucher is definitely not enough !!!!Next time,Lee Hsien Loong ,you need to get Grace Fu to issue $1000 CDC voucher and not just a $100 CDC voucher for chicken price has skyrocketed ridiculously !!!!Lee Hsien loong,your whole Fairprice shameless women wing is evily greedy ,you don’t need to fire and remove all those Fairprice women heads out and kick them out including Grace Fu ? And you have a whole bunch of women ministers and women mp that does not even want to highlight out the problem of high unstainable food prices in government ,need them for what ?

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