Tag Archives: Serve

WOMEN SERVING NS IS BETTER FOR SG THAN HAVING PR SERVE NS

I think it is high time for females to serve NS since they haven't been producing enough babies with our falling fertility rate of below 1. Women can serve in paramedic, recce, sniper, scout, artillery, intelligence, UAV pilots, security, etc. There are so many roles that doesn't require physical strength and women can fit into these roles perfectly, leaving those physically demanding roles to men. By doing so, we can increase manpower. I would also trust women citizens more than male PRs. Which makes me question why do we need PRs, who are effectively foreigners, to serve NS? No foreigners should ever be trusted to defend our nation. In times of war, they might even be recruited to be spies by foreign invaders.

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CHAN CHUN SING: PAP WILL CONTINUE TO SERVE S’POREANS WITH HUMILITY & PASSION

The People’s Action Party turns 62 today. The efforts undertaken over the past sixty years to transform this tiny nation-state of ours into a world-class metropolis and home is very much evident today. We are optimistic about the future of Singapore. There are plans in place to help Singaporeans to chase their rainbows and seize opportunities. There are bright spots in the economy that we must tap on. The PAP has put in place a comprehensive strategy to help all sectors of the economy and our workers. The PAP will continue to serve Singaporeans with humility and passion.

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RESIDENTS PETITIONS DR CHEE TO CONTINUE SERVING BUKIT BATOK DESPITE LOSS TO PAP

Bukit Batok resident Mathew Soh has created a petition calling for SDP's Dr Chee to continue serving in Bukit Batok after the end of election poll. The resident wrote: "I am touched by your speeches in your rallies and believe that you are not given enough time to prove your worth, so please continue to stay on path and help the poor residents of Bukit Batok residents .Dr Chee, stay on Bukit batok to serve"

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LOCAL WAITRESS: WE ARE HERE TO SERVE, NOT BE YOUR SLAVES

As a waitress, I’ve seen the ugly side of the service industry in Singapore. Indeed, Singaporeans are hard to please. Many of them place high emphasis on the fact that they paid for a service, hence they are entitled to any demands that they have. These people think that money can rectify any wrongdoings, that it can deaden people to any moral issues.

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