Statistics have confirmed PAP’s planning has been overrated. Singaporeans have been misled for decades, no thanks to state propaganda and a system of no accountability, even for epic screw ups. 1 Where’s PAP’s long term planning? According to MOH annual report 2001, the number of hospital beds grew from 4,150 in 1980 to 6,079 in 2000. (pg 91) Image edited to exclude IMH figures.
- Netizens Continue to Expose More Fake Degree Holders in S'pore
- A Singaporean was Once Jailed 1 Year for having Fake Degrees
- S'poreans are Happy with PAP’s new ‘Instant Degree Accepted’ Policy
- Sad to See More Elderly Selling Tissue at Coffee Shops
- It's an Integrity Issue - Pressure IDA Management to Sack Nisha
- Roy Ngerng: Straits Times Lied about me Speaking to them
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- Statement on the Arrest of Amos Yee
- Resident Turns to Facebook to Expose her Crazy, Noisy Neighbour
- Degree Mills and Foreign Scholarships: Who Benefits the Most?
In a viral video posted to facebook, a resident of Eunos Crescent complained about how a swarm of cockroaches flooded the common corridor after NEA officers went in to spray their neighbour's home. The video, shared over 4,000 shared on various places on facebook, shows a man sweeping cockroaches with a broom while spraying them with pesticide.
A video showing unruly, destructive behaviour of a bunk of SCDF personnel has gone viral online showing dozens of young men in their bunk destroying the bunk. Metal bed frames were seen tipped over with mattresses flipped and belonging strewn all over the floor. One person was seen smoking in the bunk while another was video taped picking up an ironing board and throwing it across the room.
In utmost respect and support to Mr. Jason Chee in his pursuit of his dreams to represent Singapore in the International Para Table Table Tennis Championship (Aug 2015 in Taichung) and ASEAN Para Games (Dec 2015 in Singapore), Hark Music released an inspirational music video with the footage of his real-life activities. “Keep running to your dreams, just stay true to what you believe."
Dr Chee Soon Juan warned that Singaporeans should be careful in believing that the PAP has withdrawn its intention to increase our population to 6.9 million. In his Parliamentary speech in February 2013, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong backtracked on the 6.9 million figure after Singaporeans expressed outrage over his intentions to expand the population size.
The double standards behind how the law is being applied is becoming more and more blatant. STOMP have a list of articles which have a "tendency to promote feelings of ill-will and hostility between different groups of people in Singapore". However, no action has yet to be taken with STOMP. But more importantly, the fact that such comments exist and are pervasive on the forum pages show something else - it reflects the anger among Singaporeans. However, instead of addressing these issues, the government has instead brushed the issues under the carpet.
In an unprecedented move, the Directorate-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Thursday revoked a total of 14 commercial pilot licences (CPL), ending the career of those pilots who submitted fake flying training records from Rajasthan State Flying School to procure their licences. This is the first time that India has taken such a stringent action against pilots who indulge in fraudulent practices.
Ask any Singaporean on the streets if they’re making enough money and you’ll be met with a sneer and a cynical remark. Sure, many are just being complainers. But with no minimum wage in Singapore, it is actually possible to be gainfully employed full-time on a wage that would have you starving to death or bankrupt.