Worm’s rants on Singapore and the imperfect world

Worm

Well-Known Member
from MediShield life to electricity bills all up .
Inflation inflation!
With contraction it becomes stagflation.

the inbreeding is killing whatever savings And reserve we have .

say no to pappies, slowly but surely let’s replace these free riders , leeches , yes men . Make Singapore great by rejecting these leeches .
We are their pay masters, we pay their salaries .

remember come 2024/2025 kick these leeches out
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Worm

Well-Known Member
Forwarded as received :


This is disgusting. Sylvia Lim of the WP was the first to file an adjournment motion on "Justice for all: Enhancing equity in the criminal justice system."

This is in the light of the vociferous public uproar with regards to the case of Parti Liyani.

Subsequently, four other adjournment motions were submitted by PAP MPs to diminish the chances of Sylvia Lim's motion seeing the light of the day in a ballot.

The intent could not be more obvious given the heat generated by the Parti Liyani's case.

The other four motions from the PAP are trivialities relative to SL's motion and could held back for subsequent sittings...

(1) Denise Phua – Towards full participation of persons with disabilities in Singapore society.

(2) Carrie Tan – Increasing support for the sustenance of livelihoods amongst performing arts workers

(3) Wan Rizal – Eradicating mental health stigmatisation

(4) Louis Ng – Protection against secondhand smoke in our homes.

Second hand smoking is balloted to be heard and takes precedence over an all important motion of "Justice for all: Enhancing equity in the criminal justice system".

We have gone to the dogs.
 

Worm

Well-Known Member
Hi slack ,

any chance of helping to feedback thru your channels on electricity hikes and MediShield life premiums ?

Money No Enough
 

Worm

Well-Known Member

PCMan

Active Member
Forwarded as received :


This is disgusting. Sylvia Lim of the WP was the first to file an adjournment motion on "Justice for all: Enhancing equity in the criminal justice system."

This is in the light of the vociferous public uproar with regards to the case of Parti Liyani.

Subsequently, four other adjournment motions were submitted by PAP MPs to diminish the chances of Sylvia Lim's motion seeing the light of the day in a ballot.

The intent could not be more obvious given the heat generated by the Parti Liyani's case.

The other four motions from the PAP are trivialities relative to SL's motion and could held back for subsequent sittings...

(1) Denise Phua – Towards full participation of persons with disabilities in Singapore society.

(2) Carrie Tan – Increasing support for the sustenance of livelihoods amongst performing arts workers

(3) Wan Rizal – Eradicating mental health stigmatisation

(4) Louis Ng – Protection against secondhand smoke in our homes.

Second hand smoking is balloted to be heard and takes precedence over an all important motion of "Justice for all: Enhancing equity in the criminal justice system".

We have gone to the dogs.

Indeed. The 4 items raised by the PAP MPs are nowhere near the importance of the WP motion.
 

renyeo

Well-Known Member
Moderator
Can you believe after paying them millions of dollars all they could raised in motions in Parliament were inconsequential matters that social organisations and NGOs can settle with ease?!

:confusion::confusion::confusion:
 

Slack

Active Member
Hi slack ,

any chance of helping to feedback thru your channels on electricity hikes and MediShield life premiums ?

Money No Enough

Haha... Im also money not enough
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Slack

Active Member
However, one important point we must not miss is, that both countries are also run by competent governments

The above statement already shows why we should trust them more given their track record.

Why increases fares, tariff etc.
This is for our opposition to question them even further. I hope our opposition can question them more on the govt spending.
 

jeanocelot

Well-Known Member
This is another example of the ignorant indoctrinated by years of PAP’s propaganda – “Singapore’s 7% GST is the LOWEST in the world, look at Europe and the U.K., their VAT is 20%……Singapore’s 13% lower !!!”
I think it is because folks there are 100% compliant and don't cheat the system.

This is WHY they don't cheat the system: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:

NOTE: The video is from Singapore, not Saudi Arabia.

 
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