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Lee Bee Wah: One Rule For Govt, Another Rule For Singaporeans

Lee Bee Wah: One Rule For Govt, Another Rule For Singaporeans

Lee Bee Wah might think that she is smart, but her recent speech in Parliament about the Ah Kong and Ah Seng has certainly backfired spectacularly on her. Not only was she seen as a boot-licking PAP party member, but she also exposed just how the elites of the PAP sees and treat fellow, albeit mediocre, Singaporeans.

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Foreign Workers Have Sit Down Protest In CBD, Demands Salary To Be Paid

Foreign Workers Have Sit Down Protest In CBD, Demands Salary To Be Paid

The workers were from Stargood Construction, and the workers claimed that they were owed a total of nearly $300,000 in non-payment for their work, which is a site located at the old CPF Building. The workers, hailing from Bangladesh, China and India, claimed that the salary was for the period between December 2018 to February 2019. Police vehicles were seen at the scene at Maxwell Link, and while the scene was clam, police officers were seen talking to the workers. It was understood that the protest started on Monday morning, with the workers staging the protest for a few hours each day.

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Mahathir's Bersatu Johor Branch Asks SGreans To Pressure Govt To Review Water Prices

Mahathir's Bersatu Johor Branch Asks SGreans To Pressure Govt To Review Water Prices

When your leader speaks up, then the cronies would have to follow. That is what is happening across the Causeway, as PM Mahathir's Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia, through their Johor chapter, has called on Singaporeans to put pressure on the Singapore Government to review the prices of the water deal with Malaysia. They reiterated Mahathir's stand, which is it is morally wrong for a rich country like Singapore to bully a poor country like Malaysia.

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PAP Adopt SDP's Proposal, Even Though They Always Slam SDP During Election Years

PAP copies SDP proposal

But this proposal is not new. In fact, Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) had put forth this thinking that streaming puts unfair labeling on school children since 1994. In their manifesto Dare To Change: An Alternative Vision for Singapore, Chee Soon Juan already wrote that a major problem of streaming is something called labeling. SDP have been actively championing the cause for removing of streaming. Now, 25 years later, PAP have finally followed the SDP's lead, and announced the removing of streaming, although it won't happen till another five years.

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Mahathir Says Rich SG Bullying Malaysia In Water Issue, Vivian Says Comments Red Herring

Mahathis says Rich Singapore bullying poor Malaysia

Mahathir says rich Singapore bullying poor Malaysia over the water deal. Vivian Balakrishnan blasted back Mahathir's statements were just red herring,done to arouse Malaysians and to increase his popularity amongst them.

But no news on why the government keeps bullying Singaporeans on their CPF money, as this one is no red herring.

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