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Thursday, March 14, 2013

Is PAP re-inventing itself ?

Good morning S'pore, today is 15.3.13 Friday....TGIF...

A Summary of why PAP is re-inventing their policy stand with Budget 2013...

Is it a good sign for citizens or a desperate sign to redeem their unpopularity??

After almost 10 days of parliamentary debate on the Budget 2013, one thing is clear....PAP is trying its hardest in their survival life to re-invent themselves. A good sign...

The greatest urgency is to be stringent to SMEs and companies that employed foreigners and disregard our PMET's just because they accepted lower pay and employers saved on CPF....This has been a grey area which MOM closed one-eye too long to remedy it...Nevertheless, it is never too late. Tan Chuan Jin is doubling his effort to redeem his image as a novice acting minister....

 Chan Chun Sing too has deviated his stands to become a more caring MCCY minister by his speech on on Thursday (14.2.13.)..

Citizens hope this is for real and not a moment of desperation to ingratiate citizens after so many wrongs done...

But the greatest mistake of PAP is the influx of tom, dick and harry without serious thought for S'poreans. How the ordinary citizens are suffering due to the over-loaded infrastructure of transport?...The discrimination of employing foreigners to locals...And PAP was so adamant and defiant to say all because of boosting the economy and GDP..!!!

LOOK AT OTHER FIRST WORLD COUNTRIES...like Sweden, Norway..even New Zealand...big countries with small population...They do not need so many foreigners to jack up their GDP and economy..WHY? PAP should learn from them.

A red dot filled with overwhelming cross- and multi-cultured foreigners, have eroded the very S'pore CORE of our motherland. In so doing S'poreans' lives have been vastly affected in all facet of work, movement, space and societal identity of our kind. We lost the social mobility of our very privacy due to greater encroachment of space and other facilities...

S'poreans are not xenophobic....we are 'jam-nophobic' into a sardine tin by the very sickening of the govt's open door policy....which also affected on the high cost of living, property prices, especially HDB flats...

As the govt move on to redeem and re-invent themselves...the present 5.31 million population is already a deadlock! .....and to think of gradually increasing the crowd to 6.9 million in 2030...Even now, everyone feels the population already reached 6 million. No one is the wiser with the govt's hidden agenda and their bulldozing of policies all those years.

Do we see a change and transformation coming ?? S'porean do hope so, as to what the debate of the last few days portrayed.

PAP will make or break, is how they can re-vent themselves with truth rather than just comforting words and empty promises that they never keep...

Are S'poreans seeing a change in PAP's mindset to be more participating and engaging to citizens? ....

By the way. MP Lee Bee Wah's engaging netizens on FB incessantly and updating her activities was a real surprise... Normally MPs and minsters are heard and never seen..and the aloofness they projected to the citizens of their 'class difference.'

Year 2013 is seeing the best of PAP, a good sign...Old folks and handicaps are given higher priority...Healthcare is streaming but it is still one of the most expensive in the world .

My wish list is the public transport system be nationalized, not a money-making profit orientated vehicle for Temasek Holdings...the very "S'pore PAP Incorporation."

How well and promising will PAP come out unscathed?...will see the days ahead in their 'cotton-soft approach'...and the acceptance of the citizens..

It is a last reprieve of PAP to prevent their popularity falling further into the abyss of political demise.....

The citizens voice and on-line netizens catalyzed the combustion of atomic reaction of molecular diffusion, affecting the urgency of change in PAP...

We shall see the outcome come GE 2016.....Opposition please do not sit on your own laurels...PAP had done that for too long to wake up now...

 Opposition must capture more seats in parliament come GE 2016....a fair chance for hard work!


patrick lee song juan