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Root causes of AHTC lapses can be traced to founding of S’pore

Posted on 17 April 2016

By going upstream, root causes would have been eradicated if Singapore remained unmodernised.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe in going back to the original source, said they agree fully with the audit firm report detailing the root causes of lapses at the Workers’ Party-run Aljunied-Hougang Town Council (AHTC).

This after they saw that the root cause can be traced to the opposition party, if one is being short-sighted, or to the ruling party and how Town Councils were set up and run, if one is far-sighted enough.

However, there was no doubt among the local population that all lapses stemmed from the founding of Singapore.

One Singaporean, Lai Fo Shi, said: “If Singapore remained unfounded and left to the aboriginal population, none of these lapses would have occurred or been registered because the native population didn’t have Town Councils to begin with.”

“As a country that is advanced and modern, it is important to go upstream and look at what really caused these lapses to happen so that the problem can be nipped at the bud.”

“The first prime minister Lee Kuan Yew might need to be blamed as AHTC lapses would not have occurred if he did not found modern Singapore.”

At press time, Singaporeans are also blaming Sir Stamford Raffles and the physical separation of Singapore land mass from the Malay Peninsula 10,000 years ago.

 

 

 

 

 

 





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  • Phytomorphogenesis

    Can somebody, ANYBODY, stop the PAP of their atrocities?

  • Yeok Fong Yong

    small kampong also got small kampong problems. So, the solution is not avoid modernity but learn how to solve problems, brother!

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