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Singapore's incumbent prime minister did an interview with @cnn Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour on June 11, 2018.

The dishonest and dishonorable son (as alleged by both of his own siblings) pointed to the Speakers' Corner, where "any time you feel you want to relieve your soul of some important thought, you can go there and spout forth". "But if you insist on going to places you are not supposed to do this, then the rules will have to apply," he said.

Is he being a hypocrite when he said that because the fact is six Singaporeans were charged for protesting at Speakers' Corner.
Not forgetting the many who were called up for interrogation because of the #ReturnOurCPF event on 27 Sep 2014, so is he being dishonest like what his own siblings have said?

He also said that people can publish or say what they want on the Internet. "You are still subject to the laws of sedition, libel and contempt". But the truth is the government used an unwritten law to coecre me with 18 years jail and $600,000 fine?

He noted that "If you research what is written, you will see that actually there is quite a lively discussion."
Then why is it that the government can show the CCTVs of what happened during the imprisonment of other inmates but refused to show how they ill-treated me during the solitary confinement?
@nycsg #nycsg National Youth Council of Singapore asked "Is life fair?" When foreigners protest in public  places in Singapore, they are not interrogated, they are not charged, they are not fined, they are not jailed.

When Singaporeans protest in the only legal venue in Singapore, Singaporeans are interrogated, charged in court, fined and jailed.

Is this fair?

When Singapore law minister cum home affairs minister said: "53 per cent of drug abuses arrested last year were Malays. This is an increase from 10 years ago when the proportion of Malay drug abusers arrested was 32 per cent.

It is in Singapore’s interest to make sure that everybody succeeds and that the under-performance is not defined by race and religion." That's why Singapore must have a reserved presidential election or else the Indian turned Malay won't be able to become the current president?

Is it an abuse of power to use three police to manhandle me for holding the cover of your first wife's book?

For all these comments the minister made against the Malays, is this considered sedition or is Singapore the epitome of the "Authoritarian Rule Of Law"? Is this fair or is this how the pliant system works in Singapore?
#ReturnOurCPF #还我们公积金

#Housing
#Healthcare
#Humanrights

The Singapore government is coming up with a new mandatory CareShield Life to replace ElderShield.
The government-run scheme will be compulsory, automatically getting everyone who is between the ages of 30 and 40 in 2020 to start paying premiums.

Premiums start at $206 a year for men and $253 a year for women at the age of 30.
This will go up by 2 per cent a year for the first five years, premiums will increase over the years.
Future increases will be announced later till the age of 67 and how much each will increase by will be decided by a council that will be appointed.

According to the parliamentary reply, “From 2002 to end-2015, about $2.6 billion have been collected in premiums and around $100 million have been paid out in claims.” for Eldershield alone.

Public healthcare in Singapore is the cash cow of the Singapore government.
The Singapore government doesn’t spend a single cent on public healthcare and earns profits by collecting more premiums than the actual payout.

This year, the Senior Minister of State for Health also announced that patients must bear a minimum 5 per cent co-payment for new Integrated Shield Plan riders affecting those who will pay for what is known as “full riders”, on top of Integrated Shield Plans.

Why can’t the government be transparent to us by showing us what is the actual amount of money collected in total under the various compulsory national insurance schemes in Singapore compared to the actual claims paid?

Is this another scheme to further earn profit from our healthcare system?
Malaysia has just changed their government but Singapore is still having that same fella who said "the rot is at the top" and "you are not going to get angels in power all the time" as the home affairs minister.

Is this the reason why another 22-year-old Full Time National Serviceman Kok Yuen Chin died?

Isn't this after 19-year-old Full Time National Serviceman Dave Lee Han Xuan died less than a month ago?

And yet the government said NS men's service to the country should not be measured in dollars and cents?!
#Housing 
#Healthcare 
#Humanrights 
Shouldn’t parliament be a place to implement housing policies that will benefit the people?

According to the parliamentary reply, “BTO prices have increased by 12 per cent since January 2009. This is despite the 34 per cent increase in the HDB Resale Price Index (RPI) over the same period.”
Public housing in Singapore is the cash cow of the Singapore government.
The Singapore government doesn’t spend a single cent on public housing and earns profit by setting aside about 60% of the price as “land cost” at market rates.
They refuse to be transparent to the people by not showing us what is the exact breakdown of the cost of building public housing in Singapore.
Their accounting method and definition are different from usual - is this how a government should treat the citizens?
#Housing 
#Healthcare 
#Humanrights 
Shouldn’t parliament be a place to implement healthcare policies that will benefit the people?

According to the parliamentary reply, “From 2002 to end-2015, about $2.6 billion have been collected in premiums and around $100 million have been paid out in claims.” for Eldershield alone.
Public healthcare in Singapore is the cash cow of the Singapore government.
The Singapore government doesn’t spend a single cent on public healthcare and earns profits by collecting more premiums than the actual payout.
This year, the Senior Minister of State for Health announced that patients must bear a minimum 5 per cent co-payment for new Integrated Shield Plan riders affecting those who will pay for what is known as “full riders”, on top of Integrated Shield Plans.
Why can’t the government be transparent to us by showing us what is the actual amount of money collected in total under the various compulsory national insurance schemes in Singapore compared to the actual claims paid?
#Housing 
#Healthcare 
#Humanrights 
Shouldn’t parliament be a place to implement human rights policies that will benefit the people?

Freedom of assembly in Singapore is such that you can be charged for illegal assembly due to a glitch on the government website and for making “speeches to denounce the government and various government policies”. Freedom of expression in Singapore is such that you can be manhandled by three police officers for holding a piece of scrap paper where the other side is printed with the cover page of a book written by the first wife of the minister for law cum home affairs.

Freedom of information in Singapore is such that you can never get the current government to tell you how much money they collect from the people via the retirement system known as CPF - the current government is unable to be accountable to us regarding the real returns through the investments made using our CPF money.

Is a government that has no transparency towards our public housing, public healthcare and can’t even be accountable for the public’s money, one that should be in power?
Singapore’s National Education was launched by Singapore’s incumbent Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on 17 May 1997.

The top 10 quotes about the prime minister by his own siblings are as follows:

1.	We are disturbed by the character, conduct, motives and leadership of our brother, Lee Hsien Loong, Singapore’s current prime minister and the role of his wife, Ho Ching.

2.	We have felt threatened by Hsien Loong’s misuse of his position and influence over the Singapore government and its agencies to drive his personal agenda.

3.	We are concerned that the system has few checks and balances to prevent the abuse of government. 
4.	We fear the use of the organs of state against us. Hsien Loong is prepared to act against us to advance his personal agenda.

5.	We do not trust Hsien Loong and have lost confidence in him. Hsien Loong is driven by a desire for power and personal popularity.

6.	While Ho Ching holds no elected or official position in government, her influence is pervasive, and extends well beyond her job purview. 
7.	What has been distressing are the lengths to which Hsien Loong and Ho Ching have gone and are willing to go to get what they want. 
8.	Hsien Loong threatened us and demanded our silence.

9.	He is conflicted. His political power is related to being Lee Kuan Yew’s son.

10.	Hsien Loong play on words is not only dishonest, but nonsensical.

Lee Hsien Yang: https://www.facebook.com/LeeHsienYangSGP/posts/1897892393784194

Lee Wei Ling:
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=444151039273878&set=a.444151092607206.1073741827.100010369562955&type=1&theater

Do you trust such a fella as your prime minister?