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Lee Kuan Yew to Singaporeans: Don’t rock the ‘foundation’

Posted by singaporege2011 on April 25, 2011

With the PAP facing a massive public backlash over some of its flawed policies, PAP paramount leader Lee Kuan Yew has urged Singaporeans to look at the ‘fundamentals’.

In a statement issued to Singaporeans, Lee warned Singaporeans not to risk their assets, property values and job opportunities.

He also asked voters not to rock the ‘foundation’ and remember where Singapore came from, and how difficult it was that the country has got to where it is.

Having run out of ideas on how to take Singapore forward, the PAP is now harping on its ’50 year’ track record to win public sympathy.

Singaporeans do not owe the PAP any debt of gratitude. The country was built from scratch by all Singaporeans and not just the PAP. Furthermore, voters had already rewarded the PAP with thumping victories at previous elections.

The coming election should be a referendum on the PAP’s performance from 2006 to 2010 and NOT for the last fifty years.

Lee proclaimed lately that the PAP is going to import another 900,000 foreign workers on work permits, excluding those on S and E passes.

Singaporeans should decide if their assets, property values and job opportunities will be threatened by the continued influx of foreigners under the PAP.

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2 Responses to “Lee Kuan Yew to Singaporeans: Don’t rock the ‘foundation’”

  1. js said

    we will , we will rock you !!! LYK

  2. Who will help or listen to us, poor voters? said

    Who will help or listen to us, poor voters?

    http://www.singaporechatforum.com/discussion/2011/Who_will_help_or_listen_to_us_poor_voters.php

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