Friday, August 06, 2010

My National Day Message: No Dream too Bold....

"There is something down the road that we can strive for
We are told no dream's too bold that we can't try for
There's a spirit in the air, it's a feeling we all share
We're going to build a better life, for you and me
We can achieve, we can achieve......"

- Count On Me Singapore[Link]


During my NS days, I had to sing "national songs" every Saturday with my buddies. The feller heading the unit was a very patriotic Singaporean and he sang with the loudest voice. The rest of us were reluctant conscripted choir boys. However, if you keep singing these songs every Saturday for more than a year, they tend to grow on you and the lyrics you can't be bothered with you start to remember. The song "Count On Me, Singapore", tells us to have bold dreams as a nation so that we can build better lives for everyone. If we try hard enough, "we can achieve". As a nation we need a bold dream, because it is bold there will be risks and setbacks but will to try hard to overcome it to build a better life for everyone. That was the "can do" spirit we aspire to have more than 2 decades ago. The events in recent years have reminded me this song I sang as an NS man more than 2 decades ago....I'll tell you why....

A few weeks ago, many Singaporeans suffered losses and great inconvenience due to flash floods in Singapore. The response from the leadership was that Singapore "cannot be floodless" and that every other road has to be converted to a canal if we want a floodless Singapore. That was a very disappointing response to a very serious problem. The leadership has given up even before trying. How do they know that an innovative idea won't be discovered if they invested in a study into the recent floods? Even if we cannot stop all floods, the goal of having a floodless Singapore is a worthy one because as we work towards this bold vision, we will always seek out solutions that will reduce the frequency of flooding. Flooding is just one example of lack of commitment and boldness on the part of the govt tackling problems we faced.

If we keep our current model of economic development, we will continue on this trajectory of rising income gap and declining quality of life for many Singaporeans that we have seen in the past decade. Going forward, the govt has set itself a low hanging goal of increasing the median income by an average of 2.5% per year for the coming decade. This is a meaningless goal because it is not clear if it translate to any rise in the quality of life - housing cost has risen 5% in each of the previous 2 quarters and that alone negates any improvement to affordability of housing for median income families for the next four years based on the 2.5% income increase the govt aims for. When asked about the income gap measured by the GINI Index, our PM trivialized the problem by saying that the GINI index not a good measure of inequality and that the govt has already done "a lot"[Link]. Singapore has the largest income gap among developed nations yet there is a lack of determination in govt to enhance social equity. There has been many ideas suggested including having minimum wages which is implemented in all developed countries except Singapore or restructuring our economy to move away from industries dependent on low wages and so on. However, the govt will not make any bold moves and will continue pursue GDP growth by importing cheap labor. The unequal distribution of wealth has resulted in a large segment of the populace, roughly 30% of households, experiencing decline in living standards in the past decade as Singapore produces the highest number millionaires per capita as wealth distribution has become extremely unequal[link]. This govt has no bold vision to bring about a more equal society and will only make small changes only if it does not compromise its other interests....that is all we can expect if nothing changes.

In healthcare, instead of aiming for universality and affordability, govt policy has shifted the burden of rising costs to Singaporeans through means testing. Hundreds of thousands of Singaporeans remain uninsured as cost rises. Capacity has shifted to the private sector as a result of govt aspiration to be a medical hub for the rich in the region to increase profits from the healthcare sector. Govt hospitals are now overcrowded [Link]and the cost of medical care is spiraling up much faster than the median wage. As the cost increase, the Singapore shifts the burden to the sick and their family to keep its expenditure low - the Singapore govt's expenditure as a % of total cost is the lowest among develop countries and ordinary Singaporeans shoulder the highest % of the healthcare costs among developed countries. After Obama pushed through his major healthcare reform billin the US, Singapore became the only developed country without universal healthcare[Link]. We need a bold vision to deliver the high quality care to everyone regardless of income group with less differentiation so that the healthcare does not further exacerbate the inequality that already exist in our society due to the income gap. Overcrowded public hospitals and under-utilised expensive private hospitals for millionaires is not the way to go....but we will certainly have more of that if nothing changes.

Politically, Singapore has become one of the least democratic countries in the region with Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia moving away from one-party or strongman rule to full blown democracy. Singapore continues silence dissenters and keep draconian rules that prevent the emergence of alternative ideas and agents of change. While all these serve to preserve the status quo and the PAP hegemony, its effects goes beyond political realm has resulted in a society that has become apathetic due to fear and lost its ability to innovate its future. We have lost the ability to dream "bold dreams" restricted by rules created by an authoritarian elitist top-down govt that demands obedience. We cannot count on the govt anymore to deliver the changes that result in a "better life for you and me". To achieve that we now have to put aside our fears so that our boldest dreams can come true and that starts with putting in parliament people who share the same dreams who will push for much needed changes that will make your life better.Link

149 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Politically, Singapore has become one of the least democratic countries in the region with Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia moving away from one-party or strongman rule to full blown democracy." - Lucky Tan

But have you ask why? Why is our opposition the lousiest in the region or maybe even the whole world? And not just in one election but after many elections?

And why at election rallies the opposition have huge crowds but not the votes on voting day?

Why PAP can kar kar (not afraid) or suka suka (do as I like) do things their way or talk cock and yet 66% supported them?

Towkay said...

Our dream is to replace all Singaporeans with foreigners who accept lower pay and have lower expectations.

We have reached 40% of our dream.

Anonymous said...

"To achieve that we now have to put aside our fears so that our boldest dreams can come true and that starts with putting in parliament people who share the same dreams who will push for much needed changes that will make your life better". Unquote.

Many netizens suspected that Local Elections were 'rigged' before and one even went on camera in Cyberspace to affirm the Charge. How will Your Calls of putting aside fears(of reprisals) fare against the 'alleged' riggings?

There were and are many schemes and conditions that greatly restrict political participations and fair process of elections. How could the people and voters overcome them?

Voting is compulsory. To me, it is compulsory because uncontested constituencies need any amount of votes, EVEN JUST ONE, to validate the Right of the unchallenged Party to declare victory and take charge of the Constituencies. Singaporeans know that about 1/5 of constituencies have no opposition.

Could discarding and overcoming fears charge the result?

Are Opposition Political Parties interested in fighting for the wellbeings of Singaporeans now? No, in my view, at the present moment, their focuses are on establihing the foundations of their parties and many of the Opposition Leaders are mainly interested in their own fames and leadership positions. The welfares and wellbeings of the people only come after their(Party and Personal) own concerns.

The only way to get sincere politicians to sacrifice(work) for the people is to have the remunerations of parliamentarians capped at $300K for the Prime Minister and lower for all those below Him. There is absolutely no need for a flower vase president as well if Politicians are sincere in running a good government.

The Parliament should be made as simple a set-up as possible, bureaucracy should be at the minimun. Singaporeans do not need fake political samaritans. What we need are just plain honest and sincere folks and even if they failed despite their efforts, Singaporeans will sink with them if need be. However, rest be assured that Singaporeans will never fail them under any circumstances if the Politicians have the integrity and propriety.

patriot

Anonymous said...

What's a inspiring piece of post !

"Count on me, Singapore"

Yes... count on me and every patriotic souls to remove those fake demi-god and god who prove to be incompetent and corrupted beyond redemption. Let's take back Singapore to where it belongs - the Singaporeans.

Let's vote those bloody clowns out.

Anonymous said...

The older "national" songs are more patriotic and about the "we can achieve" spirit. It's about building better lives for you and me. If you notice, the recent national songs are more focused on reminding Singaporeans how "lucky" we are with our wonderful government with songs like "What do you see" and "Song for Singapore". It's no longer about building better lives - it's about Singaporeans should be more grateful to (and don't complain so much) our government for its fabulous works. How subtle.

Anonymous said...

Song for Singapore is not so subtle. Some parts of the song it's about Singaporeans "taking things for granted" and should be "thankful for my Singapore". So we can see the shift in focus of our national songs.

Anonymous said...

This is the best article i have come across so far. Beautifully written and certainly awakening! txs for sharing

Taishan said...

PAP govt is bold in asking Singaporeans to put up with endless sacrifices.
PAP govt is bold in taking the highest pay.
They are bold for sure.

Anonymous said...

Sure,given that the jackpot has grown, we will be assured of a bunch of ineffective goons with slick tongues, like what you often hear from pubic preachers, who will always put party or self serving politics before people?

Lye Khuen Way said...

Woh ! How I wish my PM can deliver a similiar National Day Message as bold as this !
It will be interesting to hear him, if he cares to say more on the "God-willing-Flash-floods" or the Income gaps and our "very affordable" HDB flats.

Maybe the MM is correct after all. We "aspire" for all the ideals we pledged all these years. Dream-0n is what we are now told.

Have a pleasant dream, everybody. It is National Day soon.

Anonymous said...

When is jackpot day coming?

Count on ME! said...

Count on ME, Singapore!

Anonymous said...

I think these dreams are making people....impotent. LOL

Anonymous said...

lucky's post makes good points as usual. so does the aug 2 post at this site - http://www.newagedentists.com/

the punchlines are at the end.

Anonymous said...

7/8/10 11:50 wrote: But have you ask why? Why is our opposition the lousiest in the region or maybe even the whole world? And not just in one election but after many elections?




1st of all, our opposition is not lousy. They are lousy if you believe in what the 153rd papaya media spoon feeds you.

2ndly, do you see any good opposition is Saddam's Iraq or Burma under the Junta?

Know this, there is no fair and free election in Singapore as long as the PAP is in power.

Anonymous said...

Making our lives better? Isn't that subjective?
I think is more like making people who want to make our lives better,better. LoL

Anonymous said...

One way to achieve a multi-party system is to have still more FT's flooding Singapore. PAP may think that they are smart in importing FT's in hugh numbers. I think they are shooting themselves in the foot. The FT's are just taking advantage of the situation. They have no respect for PAP. When there are enough FT-citizens, they would kick PAP out.

Anonymous said...

Don't read too much into such songs.

The music and lyrics of "Count on me Singapore", "We are Singapore" are entirely the work of foreign talent Hugh Harrison, who's known for his beer, cigarette, and ketchup commercials:

http://hhdesign.tripod.com/tvcs.html

Harrison's "national songs" are meant to hoodwink you into buying the PAP brand of governance the same way his advertisements for Winston cigarette would have you believe that "picking up a Winston everywhere" will not give you lung cancer but is "the spirit of the USA".

If you don't believe me, take a look under his list of clients (under "government") and "special events & productions":

http://www.creativehotlist.com/index.asp?linktarget=fullprofile.asp&indID=40849

It's sad to see that Singaporeans are so damn gullible that their patriotism can be easily bought with a few feel-good TV commercials.

Anonymous said...

Some Singaporeans can be easily appeased... with the GST offsets, the HDB upgrading.

Some others are worried that the opposition will make things worse.

The end result is the same. Why bother? Besides, Singapore are not as motivated or as driven as FTs to succeed in life.

Anonymous said...

Amen!

Anonymous said...

I was just thinking when politicians start to put up their son or wife to run for public office, exactly whose interest are they more concerned with ?

One very good example is our crowned prince who just simply does not have the charisma to be a good leader especially when there is this perpectual need to ensure that he is not subjected to any additional stress that comes naturally with the job.

So how can he expected to be perform well when there is no necessity for him to perform at all especially when faced with any crisis, it appears that they make sure that there are others to absolve the blame.

Anonymous said...

You won't believe how much trouble they have taken this year trying to organize a synchronized reading of the "high falutin" pledge!

Anonymous said...

The Singapore dream?
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Anonymous said...

Singaporeans had made the most serious mistake to allow large number of foreigners to come to Singapore to replace Singaporeans. Whether a Singaporean is an operator in a factory or a director in a bank, Singaporean can be replaced by foreigners.

So don't think that if Singaporean is a senior executive, Singaporean is immune from replacement by foreigners. This is evidenced from the recent recession when Singaporean senior executives from major financial companies were retrenched since late 2008. What happen subsequently was that the same vacant positions were replaced by foreigners when economy picked up. The same Singaporeans never had the opportunity to fill the same position again.

Singaporeans had suffered first hand experience of hardship because of wrong decision made in the past. Singaporeans are made known the dire consequence of making the same mistake again. Singaporeans have the chance to correct the mistake if Singaporeans want to.

If Singaporeans still want to make the same mistake again, Singaporeans can only blame themselves. Please don't cry, Singaporeans, if next time your job are replaced by foreigners.

Anonymous said...

You have what it takes to lead a political party. Can we count on you Lucky.

Anonymous said...

Presently Lucky is the Lu Xu of Singapore. He doesn't need to come out to fight to change Singaporeans. But it would be a great bonus if he answers to the call.

history channel said...

Lucky,
9th August is not national day but PAP day! whatever speech by the useless PM is meaningless.
no conviction, no sincerity.
absolute humbug from someone who knows damn well he was put there by the father.

Anonymous said...

I noticed only recently that the theme of 'dreams' is very common in NDP songs, not just in Count on Me Singapore. So many of them speak of Singapore as a place where your dreams can come true. The reality is so different.

Anonymous said...

My bold dream?

Make enough money to walk out of this place and don't look back. The PAP is going to overrun this place with foreigners and we will be governed by an "intellectual class" that will squeeze us even more in the future. For my children's sake, as much as I love this place, it is just too selfish not to leave. I don't think anyone can change anything significantly in Singapore.

That is my bold realistic dream and many of my peers share this dream.

Anonymous said...

myself had totally lost hope in this nation years ago, now dun even bother watching NDP on TV, disgusting to see "MIW" and "3 million dollars man", they "serve" themselves more than serving interests of the citizens of this country.

Anonymous said...

It's a dream, just adream.

Bold dream? It has been nightmares
for years.

And it's going to be hellish
sufferings for a long long time to come.

Open your eyes and have a good look at who's giving the tortures also known as the Bold Dream in their slogan.

patriot

Anonymous said...

Majority of the real Singaporeans are brainwashed and will remain apathetic for a very long time. The real challenge to PAP will be the "new citizens"; it is not a matter of If but When.

PAP's Dream is slowly but surely turning into a nightmare for themselves and all Singaporeans! We would probably witness the change in our life time at the rate things are going, unfortunately!

I foresee some new books in the making:

1. The Raise and Fall of PAP

2. PAP's Suicide Mission

3. How PAP shot Itself

4. The Great Red Dot Tsunami

5. F#@& $^$

Kevin Teo said...

Very comprehensive ! Now we understand further - our government is just a bunch of ministers that are daft in policy-making ! More need to read such articles to understand how "Great" our ministers are ! pui !

Anonymous said...

Please give lucky number for next big bet.

Reward: kopi money for you when dream comes true.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

100,000 more "Foreign Talents" will be coming...
Guess what? Most of them will take trains (cars + ERP expensive).
Siow liao. MRT will hire staff to squeeze people into trains (like they do in Japan).
Majulah Singapura (what is left of my country that I value and will fight for?)

Anonymous said...

Your dream is that your life will become better.

Their dream is that their life will become better.

So long as there is no link (i.e. your vote) between your dream and their dream, never will the two meet.

It's really that simple. : )

Anonymous said...

Don't drone on like vuvuzelas. Ha ha ha

Anonymous said...

It is a country that is harder to live in. Perhaps we need to be like foreign talent and start moving out of Singapore in hope of something better?

Kojakbt said...

Lucky Tan: Politically, Singapore has become one of the least democratic countries in the region with Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia moving away from one-party or strongman rule to full blown democracy.

We even have 1 idiotic Prime Minister who said that a TWO-PARTY system cannot work in Singapore because it is adversarial and guarantees neither good governance nor progress. Can you guys believe this shit ??? LOL!

Let's look at the political systems of 4 countries of comparable populations to Singapore's with their per capita GDP much much higher than ours (per capita ranking according to CIA Factbook):

4 Norway - $80,100
Pop - 4,895,900
Dominant parties in parliament:
Labour Party, Progress Party, Conservative Party

6 Denmark - $56,700
Pop - 5,540,241
Dominant parties in parliament:
Liberals, Social Democrats

7 Ireland - $54,600
Pop - 4,459,300
Dominant parties in parliament:
Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael, Labour Party

12 Finland - $45,400
Pop - 5,365,700
Dominant parties in parliament:
Centre Party, National Coalition Party, Social Democrats

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27 Singapore - $35,400
Pop - 4,987,600
Dominant parties in parliament:
People's Action Party

Bros, you guys decide for yourselves if what PM Lee said was true or not?

Kojakbt said...

Anonymous (7/8/10, 11:50): Why PAP can kar kar (not afraid) or suka suka (do as I like) do things their way or talk cock and yet 66% supported them?

I think to be fair to the 66.6%, PAP did not make any major blunders prior to 2006. But since the last election, they have been making mistakes after mistakes. Partly I feel is also due to the general public awareness of the Internet. Hence, they are now more "public" discussions over PAP's policies on the Net.

In any case, I think their single biggest blunder is their ramping up of FT import after 2006. They took for granted that Singaporeans will be as "tolerable" as before. I've seen even hard-core PAP supporters voicing unhappiness over PAP's FT policy.

The over-influx of FTs has resulted in many consequences in our lives in Singapore:

1. Job competitions
2. General salary depression - greater wage gap
3. Infrastructure overloads - MRTs, buses, hospitals, etc.
4. HDB resale flat prices
5. Education places - even our youth is angry with FTs
6. Social cohesion, tension & problems
7. Etc.

Perspective said...

hi Lucky,
I am sure there are good and able people who could contest the next election as opposition candidates who sincerely care for other Singaporeans. However, they are not stepping up because they know that "resistance is futile". Why would they stand when they know that 2/3 of Singapore would only complain & complain but still vote PAP at the end of the day??
Looking at GE 2006, there were many very impressive opposition candidates. Even the ex-speaker of Parliament Tan SK (PAP) said so himself. I think these opposition candidates are more impressive than many of the PAP backbenchers. But alas, it's no point being the good and able servant of the people when the people they are trying to serve isn't going to give you their mandate.
If Singaporeans aren't going to give the opposition a chance to serve them this GE, then it's game over for everyone. The opposition does not have to achieve a majority to form a new government this GE, but capturing a GRC and a few more single-ward seats would be a step in the right direction for democracy and accountability.
Majulah Singapura!

Anonymous said...

Hi Lucky,
Singaporeans are indeed lucky to have such an articulate blogger as you. I notice your blog is attracting many readers & lots of comments. So who says S'poreans are apathetic?
Recently Tharman in his speech to business leaders made a reference to S'pore's GINI & he gave a very small percentage. If I remember correctly 0.02%. How does his GINI differ so greatly from yours?

Aurvandil said...

@Perspective

It is all about demographics. GE 2006 was way too early. For the upcoming elections, we are likely to see cracks as there is a fairly equal balance between pre-65 and post-65.

It is the election after this one that we are likely to see a Malaysian stlye political tsunami. In that election, the pre-65 will form less than 25% of the demographic, setting the stage finally for the change so many have been crying out for.

Anonymous said...

our dream is to raise the sauna to 110 decrees C for six minutes of glory.

frog legs for supper anyone?

Anonymous said...

The religious mind in this place has taught me to ignore those who disagree with i pap people and vice versa

If you are not with us, you are against us.

Oh,happy national day people and remember to use two fingers to lift your cheeks up to show we are happy for the camera Ha

Anonymous said...

We have an educated but stupid population. Don't take my word, the MillionDollar Minister has called us ignorant. Why because we are such fools not to see what they have been up too. Not only has he got away with everything but he is being praised instead of being called a despotic authoritarian ruler who is practicing nepotism and cronism to the max. Boy are we dumb

Anonymous said...

We have an educated but stupid population. Don't take my word, the MillionDollar Minister has called us ignorant. Why because we are such fools not to see what they have been up too. Not only has he got away with everything but he is being praised instead of being called a despotic authoritarian ruler who is practicing nepotism and cronism to the max. Boy are we dumb

Anonymous said...

Let's make man in our image and likeness.
If you don't like it, to hell with you..literally

Muahahaha

Anonymous said...

Blogger Matilah Singapura have some comments at My Singapore News Blogspot that are worthy for good understandings of Nationalism and Loyalty. Do pay a visit to the Website.

Kojakbt said...

PM Lee National Day Message:

http://i35.tinypic.com/2qlcx7m.jpg

Anonymous said...

Open the papers, you see the same type of people who work tirelessly for the system are being featured. Since this being a special day for the nation, we get a bigger dose of "state approveed citizens" propaganda (you hackles out there are degenerates or losers).Just reading about them makes one....shack?.hehe
I wonder how many out there are "living the dream"?
Many will fall short or be demoralized.
It is like trying to be a model. How many knows what you read have been "air brushed"?

Anonymous said...

Make no mistake about it, we are one with Money. Money has made us what we are today!

Be proud!We are a proud and prideful people indeed!

Anonymous said...

If things remain the same, I guess S'pore can't count on me as I have learned to "count" like our MIWs. Citizenship is cheapened like the foreign whore you see so often in the heartlands. The road to hell is paved with good intentions, MIWs, please note.

Anonymous said...

Not papaya followers, should be now called yaya followers ho ho ha ha he he a ha ha ha

Anonymous said...

@Aurvandil:
I fear that the Political Tsunami may not come so soon. Why do you think has the Govt given away citizenships to FTs like nobody's business in recent years?

For votes of course! This tactic had been used by governments in other countries before, and no surprises now that PAP is adopting the same too.

Goh Meng Seng said...

Dear Lucky Tan,

I have been reading your blog for quite sometime.

It appears to me that we do share a lot of common feelings and ideas on this land where we were born to.

When I read your latest posting on National Day Message, I am pleasantly surprised that you share the exact sentiments which I have when I was drafting my National Day Message for my party, NSP.

Maybe, just maybe, we should meet up some day to have coffee so that we could share and enhance our values of our generations.

Sincerely
Goh Meng Seng

Anonymous said...

Last time, open mouth and brag kena shot down.now, we hear children run around like little monkeys in super market and shout...I own I own I own.

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr Goh Meng Seng,

I refer to your post on the similarity of Mr Lucky Tan and the NDP message of your party.

To put it plainly, its miles apart. Whilst I do not run down your post, but I am stressed that the works of Mr Lucky Tan has both depth and breath.

His pieces were always well researched, argued and presented in a balance way.

You or your party has a long way to go as far as writing is concern...

Anonymous said...

Goh Meng Seng,

Are you hinting to Lucky Tan to join your party and contest the coming election? Hahahaha.

You should try to get at least 42 such Lucky Tans or better still 84 of them. One or even 2 lucky Tans, even if he is willing and no matter how good, is simply not enough if you are passionate about real change.

Sorry to throw cold water but this is the reality which the opposition must face and resolve. Or else better concentrate on making more money in expensive Singapore. Or emigrate, like what you said you will do if you lose, which I think you likely will.

no country for poor man said...

All of us have dreams. Just that we may be on a different page to the elites. Of course given the current circumstances we are in, many of us have to dial back our dreams to more realistic level. Swiss standard living dream is like dreaming what will I do if I strike first prize in Big Sweep.

To be realistic, just dream about having a secure decently paid job, your children do well in their lives and be able to live a good life in Singapore.

Aurvandil said...

@Anon 9/8/10 20:48

Unfortunately the numbers don't add up. Most foreigners are loathe to take up citizenship. The furtherest most will go is to take up PR. This is in spite of the carrot/stick approach the PAP has recently adopted.

Lucky Tan said...

GMS,

Thanks for the invitation. I apologise that at the present moment I'm unable to meet opposition/alternative party members and attend their events. I will be more than happy to meet you when my own circumstances change.

As a Singaporean, I appreciate the work that the opposition members have been doing. It takes plenty of courage and sacrifice to do and to me all of you are champions of Singaporeans' interests. I believe the existence of strong alternative voices in parliament will in fact pull Singaporeans closer as a large segment of the population is starting to feel disenfrancised and under-represented in parliament.

I firmly believe the existence of strong alternative parties will make our future better and brighter. For that I thank you for doing so much for the country.

Anonymous said...

Me asked Goh Meng Seng candidly when he and his members were doing their walkabout at Tampines, how much remuneration will he expect as a parliamentarian.

The answer he gave was a modest amount and i asked for a figure. It was a much lower amount than what our present non-ministerial MPs are getting. When me enquired whether it would be sufficient, the Answer was he don't need much to live by.

Me likes to say the Encounter was a happy one and i will be happy if he contests in Tampines.

patriot

Kojakbt said...

Bros, let's give Goh Meng Seng a chance. It's been hard to even find 82 people in the whole of Singapore willing to take PAP head on in an election. Let's not give PAP anymore walkovers.

Let's give encouragement to anyone willing to sacrifice themselves to go against PAP. I think Meng Seng deserves a pat in the back at least for that. Right, bros?

Kojakbt said...

Corrections, it's 84 people...

Anonymous said...

It is common knowledge that when a guy wants to woo a girl, he will do and say all the right stuff. Once he gets the girl, he assumes a more domineering position and sometimes, too domineering that the girl ends up in the hospital.

Anonymous said...

Strange, even in politics, we still find the gender role play. The bride and the bridegroom. As the story goes, the bride is a whore.
Shameless I say.

Goh Meng Seng said...

Lucky,

I appreciate your contributions as well because you are doing something which is very important for the long run too.

Social-Political education via your civil activism on your blog itself has contributed much to the change of mindset by providing the much needed alternative views to your readers.

There might still be skeptics around about the "MOVEMENT", the MOVEMENT of initiate CHANGE towards political pluralism but I believe in time to come, we can convince them it is a necessity for the nation to develop further.

As for the Naysayers, we have to start somewhere. I believe there are many Singaporeans who are as good as, if not better than Lucky Tan.

But we just have to start somewhere to convince them to step forward for Public Service as alternative politicians. If we are just to wait for 84 Lucky Tan to step out before we do anything, then nothing will materialize.

Kick start with one Lucky Tan, then two, then.. ten. It will snowball. Every Movement starts with ONE SIMPLE IDEA and a FEW daring ones.

I would be very glad if there are more people with that kinds of passion and right attitude to come forward and serve the Movement.

Well, Lucky, I will look forward to that day when we eventually meet in person. That would be a little step that is a good start towards a better Singapore. ;)

Goh Meng Seng

Anonymous said...

Goh Meng Seng,

I feel that the opposition needs to pull their resources together and stand united, regardless their differences.

In the eyes of many Singaporeans, we feel that the opposition parties fight too much amongst themselves.

It is not about who is right or wrong. Each party, on its own, lack the resources to fight PAP. All alternative parties need to pool resources to present a united front.

For most of us, we see only two parties in Singapore. Yes, two parties! Either PAP or not-PAP! Many of us can't tell the difference between SDA or WP or NSP.

For most of us, we either vote for PAP or against PAP. Period.

Anonymous said...

Recently, there was this story about an aging cock and his devoted hen. Apparently, the cock near visit with death has not deterred his diminishing flame for one last attempt in ensuring his legacy be firmly emblazon in the history books.
Even the old hen wants a piece of the action.
Power is that intoxicating.
And seriously, why should I, or for that matter we, be interested in your legacy huh?
I say,Call no man your Father!

Anonymous said...

A jobless man is an angry man.

Anonymous said...

To add on to Anon 20:52,

Yes, it is not a good thing we have so many opposition parties - WP, SDP, SPP, NSP, RP and the Malay based PKMS.

Even Malaysia which is much bigger than us has only 3 main ones - DAP, PKR and PAS forming the Pakatan Rakyat govt in the various states.

By having so many parties and also quarreling and party hopping, it gives a very poor impression to voters and even viewed with disdain by some. Which is also why it is difficult to attract people of calibre to the opposition. And hence poor showing at elections. This is a vicious cycle which the opposition must think of ways to break in order for a breakthrough.

Which is also why I think the PAP, in particular Mentor LKY, just by looking at the state of our opposition knew it is hopeless, never mind about other things. And I think this alone is enough to make the PAP bold and confident with their policies and at elections.

Anonymous said...

The result of no worthy leaders of convincing calibre. A systematic flaw which will one day bring doom to the nation.
This is evident all over the world.

Anonymous said...

What do you expect of running dogs? If it is not this type, it will be another type.
So long as reigning dogs reign supreme, there shall be enforced peace. But when ground shifts and reigning dogs are threatened, like all territorial beasts, they will kill.
What we are seeing are barking dogs who want to gain ground and one day hope to be reigning dogs.
And you think that's a good dream?
Hahahahahahaha....

Anonymous said...

Anon 10/8/10 20:52

WELL SAID: "For most of us, we see only two parties in Singapore. Yes, two parties! Either PAP or not-PAP!"

I agree totally.

Anonymous said...

Bunch of fiaking idiots. Ha ha ha ha ha

Towkay said...

PR moved to tears
http://www.straitstimes.com/STForum/Story/STIStory_564539.html

Like I've always said, the root problem is Singaporeans. Replace them with grateful foreigners and Singapore will be wonderful. I will continue to support PAP until they accomplish this noble task.

Anonymous said...

Running dogs will always be what they are....dogs

Anonymous said...

Singaporeans are not capable of thinking la...they only know how to lick lumpas
Don't care whose lumpas, dogs also can lah as long taste good.lllll

Anonymous said...

Why are singaporeans ungrateful to their leaders. Singapore is such a beautiful and clean city.

Towkay said...

Singapore needs 200k foreigners a year.

To make foreigners stay, PR residency period should be shortened to 3 months from the current 6 months. Citizenship from current 2 years to 1 year.

PAP should acquire HDB flats from citizens and rent them at low cost to foreigners. This has been implemented at some locations like Toa Payoh and Bedok but it is not enough.

To encourage Singaporeans to leave, PAP should allow them to use their CPF to buy homes in Malaysia, India and China, just like how CPF can now be used for medical care in Malaysia.

We can't delay any further and should start working on these after next election.

Anonymous said...

The other characteristic of dogs is that they are all the same regardless of breeds.lol
They can switch side depending on what you feed them.lol.

Anonymous said...

'a jobless or godless man is an angry man' is by far the best reflection of our world class social engineering. hahahahahhahaha

Anonymous said...

The other characteristic of dogs is that they are all the same regardless of breeds.lol
They can switch side depending on what you feed them.lol.

Dogs eat anything that will make them bark better haaaaaaaa

Anonymous said...

PAP has an easy job because the oppositions are basically idiots.
PAP deserves their loot. LLLLL

Anonymous said...

Dog switch sides ?

Cat does, no loyalty to talk about for feline.

Dogs are damn loyal to be damned.

They are victims of their stupid loyalties.

Anonymous said...

Politics Is like meat parade. The customers look for the best tits the best arses and the best legs.
Some don't even care about the face.

Anonymous said...

Hi Towkay of 11 August 1500

Long may you live after the next GE. When 200,000 foreigners come in, you, towkay, will be kicked out by foreign towkays. These foreigners can't wait to be your towkays. Import in towkays no problem. Your day will come! Ha! Ha!

Anonymous said...

Politics Is like meat parade. The customers look for the best tits the best arses and the best legs.
Some don't even care about the face.

11/8/10 16:42

I see what you mean.ha ha ha

Kojakbt said...

"Politics Is like meat parade. The customers look for the best tits the best arses and the best legs. Some don't even care about the face."

Unfortunately in Singapore, some prostitutes try to use the media which they have an influence on to badmouth others so that customers won't patronize others.

They even use gangsters to intimidate or worse, beat up their competitors. With such intimidation, the younger and prettier ones also don't dare to get into this business. Hence, we are all stuck with the Lau Cheebye (sorry for the crude words...)

Anonymous said...

We need about 25-30 MPs in Parliament to have better representation. Hope that all opposition parties are like-minded and participate in all seats to get the people's votes. Never mind too much about quality as what we need is quantity. Sell yourselves to the people by going to all voters to let them know about your party. No doubt the opposition is pretty weak now to win the majority of seats. After the elections, you all should sit down and think about the next elections. Unfortunately at this stage, there is a lack of good administrators as we are living in a climate of fear and many are sitting on the fence. However, if the oppositions can get more seats this elections, many might come forward to strengthen the opposition parties. Forget the infighting as at this time, it is not ripe for any party to govern Singapore, so what the fuss is all about? If any party member is not a team player, better kick them out before they create more problems.

Anonymous said...

Crude words are impactful expression in our rojak nation. Unfortunately, some singaporeans are too highfalutin to appreciate their heritage and have this itch in their twat to erase it.

Anonymous said...

Since you know they are lau chee byes, you still want to cheong inside their chee byes and get covered with cheebyes juices?

Apparently that's what some here are suggesting.

They want this country swimming in cheebyes juices. LOL.

Anonymous said...

Why so many are jobless or under-employed? Whose fault?
An hungry man is an angry man.
So is a jobless & "useless" man.

Anonymous said...

Going by your logic, then your mother housewife who is unemployed must be a useless chow chee bye then?ha ha ha

Anonymous said...

Aiyah, you think the oppositions really care about the unemployed, the high cost of living? Please lah, they all want to hit the jackpot and like chiam, grow old and pass the torch to his wife to carry on his legacy.
Are these people any different from the old man?
Please!

Goh Meng Seng said...

Chicken and Egg.

When I was in a dilemma over whether to join an opposition party or not almost one decade ago, I was thinking to myself, why should I join opposition when all are so weak?

This was in 2000/01. Compared to now, the opposition back then was really really weak.

But something struck me. It is chicken and egg thing. If everybody thinks that way, then nobody will ever want to join. If no new people want to join, how could it improve?

I realize that the state of opposition is the direct reflection of Singaporeans' willingness to take up the challenge of initiating CHANGE to Singapore political sphere.

GE2006 has improved the situation. Many young people are more willing to take the plunge but this is just not enough.

From another perspective, no good people, like Lucky Tan who is earning a decent living to provide for his family will want to go into opposition politics which seems to have little chance of success. Never mind of how much the MP allowances is worth but so far, to be successful in opposition politics in terms of winning a seat or even a GRC, looks so remote.

If Singapore voters do not make the effort to show that taking part in opposition politics could be "successful", no good people with good living conditions would want to "take the risk" even though they are very concerned of the political situation. Imagine, even PAP has problems in finding people to join politics with HIGHER CERTAINTY of getting elected, what about opposition?

The reason why more people are willing to step forward after GE2006 is basically because they feel that WP's performance gives them a certain hope of success in opposition politics. However, VOTERS must be prepared to vote in MORE opposition MPs in the coming GE so to send a strong signal to more professional and able people like Lucky Tan as an encouragement to them to step forward for Public Service as opposition politicians.

Breaking through a GRC is of paramount importance. This is especially so just to show many talented people out there who are still not convinced that they won't be wasting their time and effort in opposition politics that as long as you are sincere and talented, winning an election even in a GRC is not the biggest obstacle and challenge at all.

Goh Meng Seng

Anonymous said...

Hi Towkay of 11/8/10 15:00,

When 200K of foreigners are imported to Singapore per year, these are Towkay consequences:

Towkay and Towkay's children job are replaced by foreigner => Towkay and Towkay's children become jobless,

Towkay and Towkay's children do not have enough money to buy sky rocket price HDB flat as permanent residents have bid up the price of HDB flats,

Towkay and Towkay's children are squeezed out from MRT train and bus => Towkay and Towkay's children have to walk from place to place,

Towkay's children have great difficulty to enrol in their choice of school or university => Towkay's children have to settle in whatever is thrown to them.

Towkay has reap what Towkay had sown. Towkay changes his name to Slave.

Anonymous said...

The one thing you need to change, to change all others, you can't change.

What use are you but be "useless" and collect your jackpot money - as others have shown?

Anonymous said...

Makes one wonder whether the towkay type of people are actually pap people giving the opposition a bad name.LoL

Seriously, those who have the guts to engage, despite being slammed, like GMS, should make known whether they agree with these towkay type of people or not.

Towkay said...

Singapore is small and we have limited space. We all agree that there is a limit to how many people we can take in. Thus we need to be selective who can stay here. In line with meritocratic principles, we should only allow capable people to stay in Singapore.

Singaporeans who are unemployed for 6 months should have their citizenships revoked (but still need to serve reservist duties) and given to a foreigner. This will ensure places in Singapore are given only to deserving people, and that employers will get a stable supply of cheap workers.

I hope the PAP can consider implementing this after getting their mandate at next election.

Anonymous said...

So your chow chee bye mother who is unemployed should be kicked out of Singapore lah. Fiaking idiot. Haaaaaaaa

Anonymous said...

Aiya, towkay born out of a chow chee bye, must forgive he is too stupid to keep his stupidity out of the forum when kena slam dunged. ho ho hee hee
Some people just too stupid to keep out of shit way lah and cum what may, must prove hero mah hahaha.

Anonymous said...

Dogs will be dogs. Some get paid to shit lah

Anonymous said...

Strange, people shit all over, some like to come back and lick shit. Haaaaaaa

Anonymous said...

Towkay, how much you pay your mother to clean house hah?

Anonymous said...

Should ask him how much he pays his mother to clean his backside after he shits. Hahahahaha

Anonymous said...

Towkay, how about prostitutes you visit, are they unemployed? Or do you regard these people are employed because you pay for their services...hehehe.

Anonymous said...

Towkay is a PAP mole. He has all the DNA of the PAP.
Clean on the outside but stinks within.

Anonymous said...

No obscenities please. Those who wants to partake in such lewd remarks should take their comments elsewhere but not in Lucky Tan's blog. And please do not get carried away by the so-called Towkay. He is just a stoker.....a lousy one indeed!

Anonymous said...

What, are you some kind of a religious controlling freaks who enjoy telling people not to fuck when you freely fuck yourself in the bedroom?
Read between the crude languages,sometimes there is more substance than the well crafted words of elitist pigs!

Anonymous said...

If towkay type comes in here and fuck nonsensically, don't blame us for fucking his mother smelly cunt. Smelly cunt and smelly politicians or political supporters are no different..

Anonymous said...

Towkay is tricked to think that foreigners can better his life but Towkay wakes up to his surprise.

As Singapore becomes more crowded due to the intake of 200000 foreigners/year,
Towkay is deemed to be useless and more inferior to the foreigners, subsequently Towkay is pushed to the sea.

Good bye Towkay.

Anonymous said...

singaporeans are such useless and shameless shit. their mother get fucked in the internet they still come back for more.

that, garbagemen, is the singaporean dna!

Anonymous said...

actually, these people here are secretly enjoying all the mother fucking talk. LOL. that's they keep returning. LOL.

Goh Meng Seng said...

Towkay is FACIST.

He is repeating what Hilter has said in WWII. Those "useless" people, "parasites" will have to be eliminated.

To preserve the "superior German race", all other races, especially the Jews will have to exterminated.

But let's see, the Nazi has been condemned and convicted for their crimes against Human kind.

Goh Meng Seng

Towkay said...

My goodness, you guys are dumber than I thought. What makes you think I will be squeezing in MRT, HDB, public amenities, etc with you when more foreigners are here? Have any of you even sat in a BMW or been to a country club? Maybe you should try once just to open up your eyes.

As dumb as an extinct Dodo bird. Nothing can describe Singaporeans more aptly. Our leaders are right, Singapore will become extinct like the Dodo if we don't replace Singaporeans with smarter foreigners.

Anonymous said...

Let's not blame Towkay, after all Towkay had been brainwashed to accept flood of foreigners coming to drown Singaporean in this land called home.

One day, Towkay will realise that he has been betrayed into believing that more foreigners in this land means better living.

Towkay will regret about this but it is too late. Towkay children have to suffer because of Towkay fault.

Anonymous said...

The old man enjoys examining and passing remarks on others "cultural DNA". As the father of this nation, I wonder what kind of sperm he has deposited into the singaporean psyche?
The damages done could one day be our extinction.

Towkay said...

"Meritocracy is a value that we uphold in this country regardless of race, language, religion or nationality."

http://www.straitstimes.com/STForum/OnlineStory/STIStory_564020.html

Towkay said...

@12/8/10 13:17

Yes, dodo bird, I will suffer, my children will suffer when more foreigners are here, hahaha.

Anonymous said...

All wealth will come to nothing.
Let's be happy when we are alive for we will be dead for a long long time.

Anonymous said...

We are a migrant descend who abandon families, country of origin and poor working condition and pay for a better life here.

We build on quitters and can we expect anything more from these people?

Dream on!!

Anonymous said...

Towkay, you shameless mother fucker. Who so unlucky to be your children?
They probably do not know their mother is your mother. LOL

Anonymous said...

Anybody who wants to understand the Singaporean DNA should read Tom Plate "conversation with LKY".

no country for poor man said...

Towkay is just baiting. Don't waste your time. In any case, Singapore is a wonderful place to live if you have lots of money. Life is only hard for the lower income group. The rest do not have to worry about putting food on the table. Perhaps some may have to be satisfied with a smaller house or keeping the car for a few more years or less overseas holidays. That's hardly a matter of life and death is it? It is possible for many, life may not be as good as a few years ago. Considering that we've just been through the GFC, one shouldn't be too critical. For the elites, life has never been better. It's a pity they share so little with those less fortunate. That is the sad story of Singapore really.

Anonymous said...

"It's a pity they share so little with those less fortunate. That is the sad story of Singapore really."

Oh, no. This breed does share but with other people's money.
And not before they pocket enough for their own luxury.
Tsk tsk tsk, didn't the church teach you anything?

Anonymous said...

bring your money to the storehouse of your master. after that, the master takes a good healthy portion for himself and his cronies and the left over or crumbs, distribute to the needy to ensure your legacy and continual support.

this is better than ponzi scheme. it is far more enduring and less culpable also practiced by you know who.

Anonymous said...

Dear Towkay,

You speak the mind of the current rulers and I am sure that your dreams would come true since they are determined to control this place for as long as they exist.

I suppose they would consider mission accomplished when all the Singaporeans (including themselves) have gone extinct!

Malulah Sinkapoor

Anonymous said...

Your life begins around your rice bowl and for most, their lives end around the rice bowl.
In between, they hope for drumstick to their rice.
They are nothing but a png tang.

bossini said...

towkay is merely fulfilling his own dream, i.e to make tons of $$
the point to note is unlike the MIW, towkay does not use tax payers' money to build his fortune.
he has to compete with other towkays while the MIW has no competitors, almost everything and everyone in their pocket.

indirectly towkay is actually doing the MIW a disfavour, if you think about it. LOL

Towkay said...

The last time I checked, 66% of Singaporeans agreed with me. They all want to succeed in our meritocratic system where nationality is not an issue. So what exactly are you, the minority, complaining about?

Anonymous said...

We are delighted to see you drink chee bye juice but please, don't preach to our kids and say is holy communion juice.

Anonymous said...

In 2006, foreigners issue was not an issue, nothing was mentioned then.
Fast forward to today, foreigners issue is a big issue due to the big tsunami arrival of foreigners.
This difference has a big impact on the 66% Singaporean, experience that they won't forget, experience that internalize the way they feel and view this big issue.
Going forward, what do you think, Towkay?

Anonymous said...

Towkay is busy drinking evening juices and shall revert back to you as soon as he is recharged and well spanked.

Kojakbt said...

Here's a graph showing the sudden increase of foreigners after 2006:

http://i48.tinypic.com/312th0o.jpg

Rumor has it that old man was angry that his dearest son being the PM of Singapore achieved even below avg PAP votes (66.6%) in the 2006 election.

He told the PAP inner circle that if Singaporeans are not willing to "give face" to the PM after what PAP has done for Singaporeans, he would get in more new citizens who would certainly be more appreciative of PAP Govt...

Because of that, many things go haywire cause in their original planning, they did not take this sudden increase of foreigners into account.

Anonymous said...

I heard it is the seventh month and ghosts will be roaming our streets and homes. So I went out ghosts hunting. And I just came back, time: 1 am.

I wanted to report, no such sighting.

Actually, I hope to find headless or faceless female ghost seating at the bus stop or something so I can walk up to her and maybe poke two eyes and pull out a nose for the poor lady or something but no such luck.

I also have no luck spotting the devil or Jesus too.

Maybe our government needs to make an effort to announce the ghost month to the underworld that it is time they come out in full force.

My camera and fist are ready.

Until then, I shall keep you guys posted on Ghosts,the devil or Jesus sighting the next time.

Good night.

Anonymous said...

Oh I forgot, I went into my lift...ALONE.

I was hoping there was a pair of legs floating behind me but no such luck again.

Otherwise, I would have stripped off the ghost's pants and sent it to the press for front page news.

Darn.

Dick Lee - Count On Me Singapore said...

@Count on ME, Singapore!
7/8/10 14:32

This is for especially for YOU!
Others welcome to watch too.

Anonymous said...

Dick? Count on me?
Sounds suggestive leh...lol

Anonymous said...

I am a scientist studying genetics. Towkay's theory is wrong. There is no evidence to that you allow 2 persons with "superior" genes to breed, you get smarter kids. In fact, sometimes the opposite happens. James Watson, co-discoverer of the structure of DNA married another Ivy League scientist. Their son has schizophrenia and needs both parents to take care of him. In fact, at the last talk I saw him, he said (half-jokingly):
Smart people - Don't come to Ivy League college and marry your classmate - you may end up like me, having to look after a 45 yr old "kid" till I die.
This belief in eugenics by LKY has been ridiculed by Western scientists, including the late Stephen J. Gould and totally discredited by western science (the very science that runs our A-Star and other programs and our universities). Only PAP who worship LKY, still tries to find substance in this bankrupt theory. The environment (schools, economic status, stimulus at young age etc) is a much better predictor and factor shaping one's accomplishment than parents' genes. Even then the correlation between environment and achievement is low, under 20% in most studies.

Kojakbt said...

Anonymous 16/8/10 10:07 -
Only PAP who worship LKY, still tries to find substance in this bankrupt theory. The environment (schools, economic status, stimulus at young age etc) is a much better predictor and factor shaping one's accomplishment than parents' genes. Even then the correlation between environment and achievement is low, under 20% in most studies

Dear scientist, I wonder if there are any studies done predicting the achievements of people in an environment where their parents are already accomplished people?

For example, if the father is already an accomplished politician, what are the chances that his children will also grow up to be politicians or leaders of state owned enterprises or Govt institutions?

Anonymous said...

You should be asking whether an authoritative politician whose son with an IQ of a chimpanzee be crowned,with his blessing, after him?

Anonymous said...

You guys are funny! In Sin there is a professional couple of which the Female was a former parliamentarians and they produced two children that probably need cares their whole lives. Surely the Sin Cabinet members are aware what bullshit eugenic is all about unless are they mongols to believe in their godfather.

Anonymous said...

FTs are here to displac the old & the young alike.

Anonymous said...

FTs are here to displace idiots.

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