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PAP's Foreign Friendly Policy Sees New Citizens Take Full Advantage And Laughing All The Way To The Bank

PAP's Foreign Friendly Policy Sees New Citizens Take Full Advantage And Laughing All The Way To The Bank

Singaporeans are always told the influx of foreign talent is good for us, for it will create wealth for us further down the road. Foreign influx rendering many Singaporeans unemployed and underemployed is not something based on fact, we are told. "Please do not politicize this issue" is the refrain we get from our Millionaire Ministers.

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NETIZEN LISTS ACTUAL ISSUES PM LEE SHOULD HAVE COVERED IN RALLY

A netizen who was equally perplexed by the PM's talking points during the NDR highlighted actual issues which should have been raised at the event. He thinks politicians should not focus on the "rosy outlook" here because Singapore will no longer be a special location in the global economy if they adopt this narrow mindset.

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CHEE SOON JUAN SLAMS LAWRENCE WONG & PAP FOR BEING BANKRUPT OF IDEAS

Singapore Democratic Party's Chee Soon Juan lashed out at Lawrence Wong for wanting to develop the country's infrastructure in the next decade. He seems skeptical that it will work as he thinks they lack a sustainable plan and are "bankrupt of ideas".

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IGNORANT FOR LAWRENCE WONG TO CLAIM SG NEVER FAILED IN "RESTRUCTURING" ECONOMY

Historian Thum Pingtjin disagreed with Minister Lawrence Wong for saying that Singapore has never failed in restructuring its economy. He said such a statement shows our politicians' ignorance about the nation's history and policymaking as the "PAP has failed more times at restructuring the economy than it has succeeded".

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UNFAIR FOR GOVT TO ALLOCATE MORE MONEY FOR INFRASTRUCTURE BUT NOT OUR WELFARE

The government announced that there will be more infrastructure projects over the next decade to help Singapore's economy. However, does this mean we should be allocating more money to infrastructure as compared to social welfare spending? Shouldn't we think of ways to help those in financial need instead?

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