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PM Lee Says Singapore Needs New People: Is He Hinting At Increase Birth Rates, Or More PRs?

PM Lee Says Singapore Needs New People: Is He Hinting At Increase Birth Rates, Or More PRs?

Having children? It will just add to financial strain already felt by many Singaporeans. So is this just an excuse for PM Lee and his government, to say that since Singaporeans cannot replace themselves, then they have no more choice but to keep increasing the number of new citizens and replace ourselves? What has our Singapore become?

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AFRICAN UBER DRIVER IS A SINGAPORE PR FOR 15 YEARS, APPROVED TO DRIVE UBER

So, it turns out that the African Uber driver that had his moment of infamy online was actually a Singapore PR, and not a tourist on a social visa. Means the online video is actually fake, not telling the truth. Uber has even revealed that the man is a Singaporean PR, and has been approved by the company to ferry passengers using its platform.

Uber also clarified that the man, whose name, age and nationality was not disclosed, has been a PR for 15 years and started driving for Uber about seven months ago.

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PRISONS OFFICER WENT BERSERK AFTER PROMOTER ASKED HIM IF HE WAS A PR

Have we as a society come to this now? Taking offence because someone doubt we are actually as Singaporean as him? The prison officer, Nur Azam Ab Rahman was approached by the promoter, Mr Cheng Chin Lin at Tampines Bus Interchange. Mr Cheng than asked Azam if he was a Singaporean or a Singapore PR, which was a normal question in the course of his work, and a question he will ask everyone.

However, Azam took offence a the question, and when Cheng tried to calm him down, Azam punched him. This led to Cheng to try to hold on to his bag to prevent Azam from leaving, to which Azam responded by punching and kicking him several times. The scuffle escalated to the point that Cheng even had Azam in a headlock. A bystander than broke up the scuffle, but not before Azam was in another headlock by Cheng, and Azam continued to kick and punch Cheng.

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PORTUGUESE WOMAN EVADES FARE, BITES TAXI DRIVER ON THE ARM

56 year old, taxi driver, Lee Cee Wing had picked up Paula Alexandra Aiyos Ribeiro, a 45-year old Singapore PR and her husband, a Myanmar nation from Clarke Quay. They boarded his Mercedes cab and asked to be driven to Yishun St 61.

Upon arrival, Mr Lee informed the couple that the fare was $31.50. Instead of paying, the couple got out of taxi.

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S'PORE HAS BEEN PIMPED OUT TO BUSINESSES AT THE EXPENSE OF LOCALS

I think the number ONE issue for this election is the LIBERAL immigration policy that the PAP has adopted!! Yes, effectively the PAP government has been “pimping” Singapore out to all businesses!! The PAP keeps claiming that they are capping the number of foreigners working here. Yet, from the data collected between 2012 and 2014, it seems to point that percentage of locals in the workforce has been steadily declining.

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1ST GEN PRS EXPLOIT SINGAPORE FOR JOBS, EDUCATION, BUT SKIP NS

I came across a foreigner posting on a forum trying to apply for Singapore PR. He is 23 years old, studied here for 11 years and has not served a single day of NS. He also has 2 brothers who are studying Singapore. He currently earns 4K a month from a local bank in Singapore.

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CONSTRUCTION DIRECTOR WHO ASSAULTED MOM OFFICER, DEMANDED BRIBES JAILED

A 40 year-old Singapore PR, Sheng Jianzhong, formerly a managing director at a construction firm Sheng Yu Construction Builders, was fined S$169,000 for demanding money from foreign workers in exchange for employment. This is the highest fine dished out by the courts since the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act (EFMA) was enhanced in November 2012. Sheng was also sentenced to 3 weeks’ jail for assaulting a Ministry of Manpower (MOM) officer. Sheng was charged with 38 counts of receiving kickbacks from 24 foreign workers, 1 count of obstruction of justice and 1 count of use of criminal force on a civil servant, the MOM said yesterday.

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