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TAN JEE SAY: PM LEE, PLEASE RESIGN, YOU HAVE TARNISHED SINGAPORE'S REPUTATION

I know, along with many Singaporeans, that you must be feeling very troubled these two and a half weeks. But we also know that you are a man with a very strong will. As you told Singaporeans at a rally during the 2015 General Election, "Whoever governs Singapore must have that iron in him or give it up."

But giving up does not necessarily mean weakness in a person if it is done for noble reasons that are for the greater good of society. In view of what had happened between you and your siblings in the last few years that exploded in full public view only recently, I would like to make this plea to you, "Dear Prime Minister, please think of your Country, Family and Colleagues, and resign from the premiership now!"

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TAN JEE SAY: EDB'S NEW FOCUS ON ASEAN IS BEHIND THE CURVE, I PROPOSED IT 5 YRS AGO

After more than 50 years, EDB is now switching its focus from attracting foreign MNCs in USA, Europe and Japan, to the "richer and maturing markets of South-east Asia". Why has it taken our economic planners so long to come to this strategy? I had suggested this change of focus 5 years ago in my essay. During the 2011 General Election, my ideas were severely criticised as wrong or out of date by no less than the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew and several PAP ministers, but now it is official Government policy.

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TAN JEE SAY: TIME FOR THE PAP TO STOP SCAREMONGERING

In SingFirst's social safety net announced in February this year, we have provided for Scandinavian style welfare benefits to encourage childbirth such as 90% subsidies on childcare centre fee and child allowances of $300 per month for children up to age 12. In addition, we also proposed a range of other benefits for families by lowering the cost of living such as waiver of all fees from primary one to university, 30% reduction in public transport fares and old age pension of $300 per month for all senior citizens aged 60 and above. The total package costs only $6 billion a year and it can be financed from the investment return of around $8 billion that the government is allowed to use for annual budget spending. There is absolutely no need to raise the GST at all, much less to up it to 20%.

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WHO IS A CREDIBLE LEADER THAT CAN REPLACE LEE HSIEN LOONG AS PRIME MINISTER?

A good leader is more than just bringing up the economy, having good credentials or having an extensive job resumes, a good leader requires someone with critical thinking and able to solve the country's problems well, a talent you are either born with or not, currently I can say the politicians who has the most potential to lead this country forward is Low Thia Khiang, Tan Jee Say and Tharman

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SECRET REPORTS REVEALED THE EXTENT OF COMMUNIST THREATS IN SINGAPORE?

The Plen had revealed how he had used the Chinese press to disseminate his opposing views. He also revealed how he had had secret meetings in Jakarta to lead the united front in Singapore and target the PAP for subversion, how he had ordered a top CPM cadre in the Workers Party to resign

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[YOUR LETTERS] TAN JEE SAY'S CALL TO OTHER OPPOSITION PARTIES

The next elections will be a critical point for all Singaporeans as it is now evident that the PAP has lost touch with ordinary Singaporeans and are incapable of making our country a better place for ourselves and the future of our children. So not only must we rally together to vote out the PAP, the opposition must also unite and be strategic in their fight against the PAP instead of only focusing on themselves and spoiling the opposition cause.

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Only 26% of Singaporeans Trust the PAP Government Leaders

When the government responded to Catherine Lim's open letter to the Prime Minister about a crisis in trust on 13 June 2014, it chose to cite only one major indicator of the 2014 Edelman Trust Barometer , namely the survey result that showed 75% of Singaporeans trust government institutions; this, it claimed, proved that the vast majority trust the government. But a second key indicator gave a different dimension, namely that only 26% of Singaporeans trust their government leaders to tell the truth

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10 things YOU should know about Tan Jee Say's SFP

Yesterday, former Presidential Candidate Tan Jee Say announced the formation of a new Political Party in Singapore called Singaporeans First. This has been met with mixed reactions and many misunderstandings, some call the name of the Party a xenophobic and populist one. Others even came up with theory that Tan Jee Say was a mole from the PAP who formed the Party instead of joining an already existing one to dilute the non-PAP votes, the presence of former government servants and YPAP members also furthers strengthens this theory.

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