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Former PAP NMP Calvin Cheng Slams Pritam Singh’s Salary Donation As Wayang And Divisive Politics

PAP IB Calvin Cheng unleashed two Facebook posts to stir controversy over WP Pritam Singh's generosity for donating 50% of his salary. Calvin Cheng said Pritam Singh was participating in political theatre (wayang) by publicly announcing his salary donation while bringing up his family. Calvin Cheng said his donation was an "unnecessary sacrifice" and likened this move to a popularity contest to score political points.

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EX-NMP ACCUSES ACTIVISTS WHO BADMOUTH S’PORE TO FOREIGN MEDIA OF TREASON

I am seeing the usual suspects giving interviews and writing to foreign media, milking the misery of the Oxley 38 saga. To me this is worse than airing dirty laundry in public. This is treason. If you want to change Singapore, get involved in politics. Stay in Singapore. Appeal to the Singaporean voter. Not to foreigners who do not care whether if Singapore survives.

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CALVIN CHENG: PM LEE IS DAMN LOUSY AT ‘ABUSING POWER’ COMPARED TO TRUMP & NAJIB

Honestly, if PM Lee 'abused his power' to only get a deed of gift from Lawrence Wong, and to set up a 'secret committee' that everyone and his dog now knows about, he is damn lousy at abusing power. Look around the region and the wider world to see what an 'abuse of power' looks like. For example, sacking the FBI chief investigating your friends. Or squirrelling billions into an imaginary fund.

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MADNESS FOR S’PORE TO REVISIT 6.9 MILLION POPULATION WHITE PAPER WHEN EVERYWHERE IS CROWDED

In an article published by the lapdog sheet, the Straits Times, today, PAP lapdog Calvin Cheng who thinks being a "former NMP" (a tag which he likes to brandish around as if it is a big deal) entitles him to respect, called on the PAP to implement the Population White Paper. He argued that the PAP has solved many of the problems that caused it to suffer an electoral setback in 2011 and has regained the people's trust. For instance, he cites the public transport front as having seen progress with measures put in place to correct its "deficiencies".

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