During his National Day Rally, PM Lee highlighted that one of the things that will be changing in Singapore will be the number of good job prospects available to non-graduates. To start this off, the public service will stop looking at just a employees educational qualifications when deciding who to promote.
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PM Lee Hsien Loong's National Day Rally signalled the PAP Government's intent of withholding the people's CPF money, continuing to dishonour its original promise to return Singaporean's their hard-earned retirement savings. Mr Lee's announcement of future adjustments to allow retirees to withdraw more money fails to address the all-important question: How are older Singaporeans going to survive in their retirement?
Have you always wanted to know what really happened to our CPF? What did the government change over the years and what did they not tell you? Today, I have compiled the most comprehensive history of the CPF, and how it has been intertwined with the Singapore economy, to such a huge extent that you will see here, that a lot of the problems that we face in our lives today are actually linked back to how the government has tied the CPF into too many aspects of the Singapore economy.
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Tiny Singapore island is at a existential crossroad or will soon be. The island has no more than perhaps 2.5 million or so native Singaporeans today although it's population stands at 5 million. Through a thoroughly misguided policy of boosting it's Gross Domestic Product despite it's declining population, which is already lowest in the world, they began a mass importation of mainly Chinese nationals to fill up the numbers, immigrants who know nothing about Singapore's history or anything else about the island for that matter.
I was having my lunch in a restaurant last Saturday and sitting besides me were a couple talking loudly about foreigners in their companies. I'm guess they were trying to spite Singaporeans. So the discussion went like this. Female from neighboring country: "So are there any Singaporeans in your company?" Male from USA: "No. There are mostly Japanese and Americans,".
Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today condemned the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist organisation and said Malaysia would be a violent country if it was to emulate them. “This is a very dangerous development because these people are violent and we have seen pictures of them executing people and being very violent.
After reading Andrew Loh’s very succinct comments on LHL’s National Day Message, I am now a little bit worried and curious about the real motivations behind this push to get older Singaporeans to sell their flats. This looks like a version of a reverse mortgage scheme; a scheme that is used by many countries around the world, and also a scheme that receives mixed reactions.
(17 Aug) – At Singapore’s 49th National Day parade last week, the loudest cheers weren’t for the dazzling fireworks or for the fine military displays. They were reserved for the arrival of Singapore’s first prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew. Lee, who turns 91 next month, was prime minister from 1965 to 1990 and transformed a little red dot on the map to a cosmopolitan economic miracle.