Lee Hsien Loong is one of the strongest proponents of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (“TPP”). Do you know why?
The reason lies in why the agreement has faced significant opposition in the signatory countries (except for S’pore – a nation of sheep with a pliant rubber-stamp parliament):
The TPP tips the balance in favour of large MNCs and pharmaceuticals and sharply curtails the rights of the individual.
In other words, big businesses will benefit allowing the PAP government to work with them to extract rent from the common man in the street.