Tag Archives: GE2015

DO NOT COMPLAINT ABOUT THE WHITE HAZE, YOU BRAINWASHED 69.9% VOTED FOR IT

Now the haze is so bad, yesterday when you look out of the window, you see nothing but white smog. And what can Singapore do? Nothing at all because we have a useless and incompetent government who dare not stand up to our neighbours. They just have no balls to be the voice for the people. History has shown how they spread open their legs to welcome foreigners and not teach foreigners a good lesson.

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THE OPPOSITION IS NOT DEAD BY ANY MEANS, WE WILL CARRY ON!

In the last three days since the GE results, several activists have wondered aloud to me if it is worth carrying on doing what they do. The GE results, while of course the PAP and its supporters will cheer, have nonetheless cast a cloud of uncertainty among some. Why carry on fighting for change when the vast majority of Singaporeans seem to want no change? I think it is worth noting that there is no widespread sense of jubilation or excitement among Singaporeans as a reaction to the results, as there were after GE 2011 when the WP won Aljunied GRC. Or in 1991 when the WP again won Hougang. Or Anson in 1981.

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HOW AN EXPECTED WATERSHED ELECTION TURNED INTO A PAP LANDSLIDE VICTORY?

I have to credit our government for regularly making improved changes e.g. increased social and economic assistance to special, needy or elderly groups, improved on housing policies, taking steps to better the transport and educational system etc. PM Lee’s favourable image and words he said during the rallying period would also have a huge impact on swaying Singaporean voters.

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ALL IS NOT LOST – THE PAP KNOWS IT MUST WORK TO KEEP OUR VOTES

All is not lost, S'poreans! We have to continue to shape our nation to be make it a comfortable home for our children and grandchildren. It is as our duty and responsibility as their elders. S'poreans have proven that we have the S'pore spirit that unites us and make us look after one another. Many of us love our country with its uniquely S'pore culture, food and Singlish. Many of us don't really want to migrate. Let's stay on and shape our nation.

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SINGAPOREANS ARE KIA-SI (AFRAID TO DIE)

Have you ever wondered why the opposition lost the contest so badly? It is a simple explanation actually. We must understand that Singaporeans are patriotic and nationalistic. We do not treat the growth of our nations lightly and we take every concern seriously. Hence, any possible and probable setbacks should be eliminated. And this was exactly what happened in the last General Election.

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GE2015 – A BLOGGER’S PERSPECTIVE

But the most interesting point is that all seats were contested. Could the results have been much different if the Opposition were more united and had sent in their best candidates to contest only 44 seats and let the pap have 45 seats on Nomination Day? In a case of only 44 seats or less are contested, would the voters be more comfortable to vote for the Opposition? I would think so. The Opposition would definitely got a better share of the votes and many more Opposition candidates would have been elected.

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IF PAP WINS THE MANDATE IN GE2015, SINGAPOREANS WILL SUFFER TERRIBLY

The PAP often tells us to look at their track records. Well I have, and I am pretty confident that I have a pretty good idea of what they are doing, or their lack thereof for that matter. Truth be told, looking at the track record of the voters in Singapore, the PAP stands a high chance of winning. I have compiled a list, of what citizens should expect, should the PAP win the mandate, and be allowed to continue their reign unopposed for another 5 years.

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ONE ROOM HDB FLAT DWELLER: WHY CAN’T WE JUST GIVE THE GOVT SOME CREDIT?

If not for the Government’s help, students from very humble background like myself, would not be able to receive financial assistance such as the CDC CCC Bursary awards. And when my mum had some housing issues not too long ago, my MP helped us settle into a 1-room rental flat. The process wasn't easy, but my MP and his team persevered and succeeded. Had it not for them, my mum and I would probably have to live in some charity homes.

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