The arrogance of a shakened PM. He was not comfortable yesterday at the nomination centre and left the hall a few times probably to pee due to the nerves. He smiles often in the hall to hide his discomfort knowing that for the first time all seats are been contested and his father is not there to guide.
He shook all our hands gingerly – looking at somewhere else except our faces. He shook Roy’s hands last – his ultimate thorn in the flesh. It will be another watershed election as voters are pissed that our country is been besieged by incoming foreigners.
Jobs are lost and more significantly our identity is being diluted by this heavy influx because of the desperate clamour for new citizens’ votes in order to stay longer in power. The loud prolonged boos for him and his team during the nomination speech are also unprecedented.
To many Singaporeans, he is a traitor for selling us out – like his father did during the Japanese war. Let the country rises up and let us vote him out at AMK GRC!