Life in Singapore - Driving for a living

renyeo

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Funny this cabby should lambast the PAP for its open-leg immigration policies but ends up milking New Zealand for its generous immigration system; moving the whole clan lock stock & barrel to the land that has more sheeps than human beings.

In the end people turned against the government generally because it’s perceived they have been shortchanged by the leaders through polices that caused these folks (who once benefited greatly from the booming 80s and 90s economy) to lose out economically or socially over time.

These are quitters. A government cannot please everyone. People whose love rally for Singapore stay back and root for change from the ground up (case in point is Chee Soon Juan, Lee Hsien Yang), not immigrate to New Zealand at the earliest convenience, to the land Anglo-Saxo nation had stolen wilfully from the native Maoris.

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Worm

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.For those who dun like the East Coast plan they can vote him out . There aren’t that many likely successor , just vote him out . Even if the sheep Step up it will threw papies into disarray . Hit the snake in the heaD.

hard to overwhelm AMK, aim for the likely successor . Stop the octopus party
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renyeo

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If you observe and listen intently over time you can basically discern the life story of an old person whom you hadn’t had a relationship with (that is to mean a stranger):

Listen when they speak. Are their words of bitterness and hate or positivity and full of cheerfulness? The former tell you the old person has gotten through a lot of bad with life and people in general. Whereas the latter had managed to keep his or her heart and mind healthy despite what the world had thrown at them.

So learn to grow old and grow happier! Be a Woke Hyberbeast!

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Board

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Funny this cabby should lambast the PAP for its open-leg immigration policies but ends up milking New Zealand for its generous immigration system; moving the whole clan lock stock & barrel to the land that has more sheeps than human beings.

In the end people turned against the government generally because it’s perceived they have been shortchanged by the leaders through polices that caused these folks (who once benefited greatly from the booming 80s and 90s economy) to lose out economically or socially over time.

These are quitters. A government cannot please everyone. People whose love rally for Singapore stay back and root for change from the ground up (case in point is Chee Soon Juan, Lee Hsien Yang), not immigrate to New Zealand at the earliest convenience, to the land Anglo-Saxo nation had stolen wilfully from the native Maoris.

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It actually was not stolen at all, not all of it.

Everyone is only Educated on the New Zealand war's, but not the Musket wars that happened before that.
Muskets where swapped for, you guessed it.

Land in NZ had no value till about the 1960s
 

renyeo

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Thanks for the head-up!

But surely it reminds us of Palestine before the founding of the State of Israel: the land now occupied by the modern Israelis was basically a desolate swathe of land east of Eygpt that neither the Arabs nor the international community really had an interest in until after 1948 when diaspora Jews made their returns to the Biblical homeland.

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Worm

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I have posted before . I wrote in to LTA, even Khaw Boon Wan & Heng Swee Keat

This is what should be done 3 years ago .

1) for Singaporeans
2) 30 years old

I wrote to LTA, MOT & PMO all Dun even border about NTA , locals feedback . It’s only until they lost 1 GRC then they woke up.
We need to spank all these senior public servants to Remind them that they should serve the people and not to eat the top layer of the cake first and leave us in the lurch.
We need minimum standard of living ! Minimum universal living wages .
Screw the PAP .
 

Ultracraft

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Actually should be only Singapore citizen who has served NS or exempted due to medical ground. Female citizen doesn’t apply to the above rule.
 

Slack

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For this i support pdvl should have the same criteria as tdvl.
They should scrap pdvl n make everyone take tdvl by now.

Change came too late.
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And existing pdvl who is PR n WP still can renew.

Next., they must find a way to disband unicorn / similar coys.
 

JustApplied

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Remember the Lucky Plaza accident? According to the press, the driver of the car is a PR. How many of these free riders (who enjoy Sg privileges with minimal contribution) slip through the cracks of those careless policies-makers? ...at the expense of Singaporeans, and laughing mockingly at us.
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...And existing pdvl who is PR n WP still can renew.

Next., they must find a way to disband unicorn / similar coys.
And itz high tine to ban those existing non-citizens to renew.
 
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Ultracraft

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For this i support pdvl should have the same criteria as tdvl.
They should scrap pdvl n make everyone take tdvl by now.

Change came too late.
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And existing pdvl who is PR n WP still can renew.

Next., they must find a way to disband unicorn / similar coys.
WP are not allowed since 3-4 years ago. Only PR and Citizens. By right PR should not be allowed. PR should be allowed to be property agents too. After making a pile, they are inclined to return to their home country ....
 

renyeo

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Perhaps WP should raise the subject on a review of PR privileges in this country on the back of strong anti-foreigner sentiments?

I feel the benefits that have been accorded to PRs all these years are seemingly over generous for a segment of foreigners who are basically holding dual residences status - in their home country as citizens as well as permanent residents of Singapore. As we know many of whom PRs blatantly took advantage of their PR status (at the expense of citizens) while deliberately keeping their native citizenships.

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JustApplied

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Most importantly is at the citizens' cost & expense. Aside than those who married Singaporeans whose future are heavily vested here, those 'independent' PRs is very unlikely to be pro-Sg as it's a matter of time they return to their countries to enjoy their lower costs of living.
 
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