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S’poreans allow PM Lee to step down

S’poreans allow PM Lee to step down

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They graciously allow him to step aside.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who are fair and just, have given the go-ahead for Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to step down.

This after Singaporeans held a meeting amongst themselves and came to the conclusion that PM Lee is allowed to go anytime he wants, as this is the best decision for the country and him.

One Singaporean, Chao You Yu, said: “After careful consideration of all the facts and opinions in the past week, Singaporeans have taken it upon themselves to go on a search for a new leader.”

“We will graciously allow PM Lee to step down and promise him not to pursue the matter any further the moment he does.”

“He can also then let bygones be bygones.”

However, other locals said it is unfair to him that he has to stay on and be open to criticism and scrutiny when he can easily be a private citizen away from the public eye.

Another local, Shang Bao Zi, said: “We cannot force him to stay because that wouldn’t be the right thing for Singapore.”

“To insist he serve the country because his father used to, is to insist you go to science stream when you clearly are an arts student.”

“That is just uncalled for.”

“This message of, ‘You must do this, or else, no one else would’ is not right.”

 

 





PAP MPs to praise PM Lee’s achievements during July 3 Parliament about Lee family feud

PAP MPs to praise PM Lee’s achievements during July 3 Parliament about Lee family feud

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They seek to give him validation.

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Singaporeans from a particular walk of life, as they are PAP MPs from the elite establishment, are sweating.

This is so as they are writing long parliament speeches to praise Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

This after PM Lee said he will be giving a Ministerial Statement on July 3 and all MPs are invited to ask tough questions but they will use this opportunity to praise their boss instead.

One Singaporean, Jiang Hao Hua, said: “This is a test by the boss for his subordinates. Those who really on that day ask tough questions, will just get fired.”

“Those who are smart, will show up that day well-prepared to praise PM Lee for his hard work and contributions to Singapore.”

Other locals said PAP MPs who do ask hard questions are probably the politically immature.

Another local, Xian Shi, said: “You need to be realistic. Where got subordinates question their boss in public and expect to get away scot-free.”

“Do you think this is a democracy?”

 

 





PM Lee must apologise to Lee Kuan Yew, not S’poreans

PM Lee must apologise to Lee Kuan Yew, not S’poreans

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Singaporeans must then apologise to Lee Kuan Yew.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who recognise the issue at hand at once, have asked Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to apologise to his father, the late Lee Kuan Yew.

This after PM Lee made a video to apologise to Singaporeans for causing them to feel sad due to the publicising of the Lee family’s household problems.

One Singaporean, Dui Bu Qi, said: “PM Lee must make video and apologise to Lee Kuan Yew instead. At the end of the day, it is Lee Kuan Yew who is being let down by the Lee family.”

“Singaporeans are not important in this equation.”

“Lee Kuan Yew did not found a country just to be let down.”

Other locals said PM Lee has a greater duty after apologising to his father.

Another local, Gui Xia Lai, said: “PM Lee must then ask Singaporeans to apologise to Lee Kuan Yew. Then that would be the right thing to do.”

“Singaporeans as a whole has let Lee Kuan Yew down. Not only have we not lived up to expectations, we are a national disgrace.”

 

 





Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For May 2017 award

Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For May 2017 award

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He has been winning award consistently every month since December 2004 when he first became PM.

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Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has won the monthly Best Prime Minister In Singapore For May 2017 award.

This after he was voted as the best prime minister in Singapore this month, having won in all months in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 so far.

This May 2017 win marks his 150th monthly award, despite a scandal breaking out in Ang Mo Kio Town Council requiring a probe by the authorities last year.

He has been winning the award every month since 2004, when he first took office in December that year. Within a month of first becoming prime minister, he took home the award and has been doing so every month since then.

One Singaporean, Guan Jun, said: “This award is similar to the annual journalism award event Mediacorp and Singapore Press Holdings host, where Mediacorp and SPH win big.”

“It is also similar to how The Straits Times celebrates the Nielsen media survey that reveals it is still the most-read English newspaper each year.”

“Being able to compete with yourself every year and coming out tops credibly is always not easy.”

Other locals said they must not be too quick to dismiss such awards as they serve an important purpose.

Shenre Kuaile, another local, said: “We can just mentally substitute ‘Best’ with ‘Happy Anniversary’.”

“Basically, it is a reminder that another month has past and it is anniversary time again.”

“We shall see next month who wins again.”

 

 





Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For April 2017 award

Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For April 2017 award

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He has been winning award consistently every month since December 2004 when he first became PM.

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Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has won the monthly Best Prime Minister In Singapore For April 2017 award.

This after he was voted as the best prime minister in Singapore this month, having won in all months in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 so far.

This April 2017 win marks his 149th monthly award, despite a scandal breaking out in Ang Mo Kio Town Council requiring a probe by the authorities last year.

He has been winning the award every month since 2004, when he first took office in December that year. Within a month of first becoming prime minister, he took home the award and has been doing so every month since then.

One Singaporean, Guan Jun, said: “This award is similar to the annual journalism award event Mediacorp and Singapore Press Holdings host, where Mediacorp and SPH win big.”

“It is also similar to how The Straits Times celebrates the Nielsen media survey that reveals it is still the most-read English newspaper each year.”

“Being able to compete with yourself every year and coming out tops credibly is always not easy.”

Other locals said they must not be too quick to dismiss such awards as they serve an important purpose.

Shenre Kuaile, another local, said: “We can just mentally substitute ‘Best’ with ‘Happy Anniversary’.”

“Basically, it is a reminder that another month has past and it is anniversary time again.”

“We shall see next month who wins again.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For March 2017 award

Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For March 2017 award

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He has been winning award consistently every month since December 2004 when he first became PM.

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Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has won the monthly Best Prime Minister In Singapore For March 2017 award.

This after he was voted as the best prime minister in Singapore this month, having won in all months in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 so far.

This March 2017 win marks his 148th monthly award, despite a scandal breaking out in Ang Mo Kio Town Council requiring a probe by the authorities last year.

He has been winning the award every month since 2004, when he first took office in December that year. Within a month of first becoming prime minister, he took home the award and has been doing so every month since then.

One Singaporean, Guan Jun, said: “This award is similar to the annual journalism award event Mediacorp and Singapore Press Holdings host, where Mediacorp and SPH win big.”

“It is also similar to how The Straits Times celebrates the Nielsen media survey that reveals it is still the most-read English newspaper each year.”

“Being able to compete with yourself every year and coming out tops credibly is always not easy.”

Other locals said they must not be too quick to dismiss such awards as they serve an important purpose.

Shenre Kuaile, another local, said: “We can just mentally substitute ‘Best’ with ‘Happy Anniversary’.”

“Basically, it is a reminder that another month has past and it is anniversary time again.”

“We shall see next month who wins again.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For February 2017 award

Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For February 2017 award

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He has been winning award consistently every month since December 2004 when he first became PM.

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Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has won the monthly Best Prime Minister In Singapore For February 2017 award.

This after he was voted as the best prime minister in Singapore this month, having won in all months in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 so far.

This February 2017 win marks his 147th monthly award, despite a scandal breaking out in Ang Mo Kio Town Council requiring a probe by the authorities last year.

He has been winning the award every month since 2004, when he first took office in December that year. Within a month of first becoming prime minister, he took home the award and has been doing so every month since then.

One Singaporean, Guan Jun, said: “This award is similar to the annual journalism award event Mediacorp hosts, where Mediacorp wins big.”

“It is also similar to how The Straits Times celebrates the Nielsen media survey that reveals it is still the most-read English newspaper each year.”

“Being able to compete with yourself every year and coming out tops credibly is always not easy.”

Other locals said they must not be too quick to dismiss such awards as they serve an important purpose.

Shenre Kuaile, another local, said: “We can just mentally substitute ‘Best’ with ‘Happy Anniversary’.”

“Basically, it is a reminder that another month has past and it is anniversary time again.”

“We shall see next month who wins again.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For January 2017 award

Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For January 2017 award

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He has been winning award consistently every month since December 2004 when he first became PM.

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Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has won the monthly Best Prime Minister In Singapore For January 2017 award.

This after he was voted as the best prime minister in Singapore this month, having won in all months in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 so far.

This January 2017 win marks his 146th monthly award, despite a scandal breaking out in Ang Mo Kio Town Council requiring a probe by the authorities last year.

He has been winning the award every month since 2004, when he first took office in December that year. Within a month of first becoming prime minister, he took home the award and has been doing so every month since then.

One Singaporean, Guan Jun, said: “This award is similar to the annual journalism award event Mediacorp hosts, where Mediacorp wins big.”

“It is also similar to how The Straits Times celebrates the Nielsen media survey that reveals it is still the most-read English newspaper each year.”

“Being able to compete with yourself every year and coming out tops credibly is always not easy.”

Other locals said they must not be too quick to dismiss such awards as they serve an important purpose.

Shenre Kuaile, another local, said: “We can just mentally substitute ‘Best’ with ‘Happy Anniversary’.”

“Basically, it is a reminder that another month has past and it is anniversary time again.”

“We shall see next month who wins again.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For December 2016 award

Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For December 2016 award

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He has been winning award consistently every month since December 2004 when he first became PM.

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Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has won the monthly Best Prime Minister In Singapore For December 2016 award.

This after he was voted as the best prime minister in Singapore this month, having won in all months in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 so far.

This December 2016 win marks his 145th monthly award, despite a scandal breaking out in Ang Mo Kio Town Council requiring a probe by the authorities.

He has been winning the award every month since 2004, when he first took office in December that year. Within a month of first becoming prime minister, he took home the award and has been doing so every month since then.

One Singaporean, Guan Jun, said: “This award is similar to the annual journalism award event Mediacorp hosts, where Mediacorp wins big.”

“It is also similar to how The Straits Times celebrates the Nielsen media survey that reveals it is still the most-read English newspaper each year.”

“Being able to compete with yourself every year and coming out tops credibly is always not easy.”

Other locals said they must not be too quick to dismiss such awards as they serve an important purpose.

Shenre Kuaile, another local, said: “We can just mentally substitute ‘Best’ with ‘Happy Anniversary’.”

“Basically, it is a reminder that another month has past and it is anniversary time again.”

“We shall see next month who wins again.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For November 2016 award

Lee Hsien Loong wins Best Prime Minister In S’pore For November 2016 award

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He has been winning award consistently every month since December 2004 when he first became PM.

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Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has won the monthly Best Prime Minister In Singapore For November 2016 award.

This after he was voted as the best prime minister in Singapore this month, having won in all months in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 so far.

This November 2016 win marks his 144th monthly award.

He has been winning the award every month since 2004, when he first took office in December that year. Within a month of first becoming prime minister, he took home the award and has been doing so every month since then.

One Singaporean, Guan Jun, said: “This award is similar to the annual journalism award event Mediacorp hosts, where Mediacorp wins big.”

“It is also similar to how The Straits Times celebrates the Nielsen media survey that reveals it is still the most-read English newspaper each year.”

“Being able to compete with yourself every year and coming out tops credibly is always not easy.”

Other locals said they must not be too quick to dismiss such awards as they serve an important purpose.

Shenre Kuaile, another local, said: “We can just mentally substitute ‘Best’ and ‘Most-read’ with ‘Happy Anniversary’.”

“Basically, it is a reminder that another month has past and it is anniversary time again.”

“We shall see next month who wins again.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Lee Hsien Loong awarded Best Prime Minister In S’pore In 2016

Lee Hsien Loong awarded Best Prime Minister In S’pore In 2016

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He has been winning award consistently every year since 2004 when he first became PM.

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Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has won the Best Prime Minister In Singapore In 2016 award.

This after he was voted as the best prime minister in Singapore this year, having won in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

He has been winning the award each year since 2004, when he first took office in December that year. Within a month of first becoming prime minister, he took home the award and has been doing so annually since then.

One Singaporean, Guan Jun, said: “This award is similar to the annual journalism award event Mediacorp hosts, where Mediacorp wins big.”

“It is also similar to how The Straits Times celebrates the Nielsen media survey that reveals it is still the most-read English newspaper each year.”

“Being able to compete with yourself every year and coming out tops credibly is always not easy.”

Other locals said they must not be too quick to dismiss such awards as they serve an important purpose.

Shenre Kuaile, another local, said: “We can just mentally substitute ‘Best’ and ‘Most-read’ with ‘Happy Birthday’.”

“Basically, it is a reminder that another year has past and it is anniversary time again.”

“We shall see next year who wins again.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





PM Lee must stop Facebook postings during office hours once Internet cut off for public servants

PM Lee must stop Facebook postings during office hours once Internet cut off for public servants

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He must set a good example.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe in fairness and leading by example, are calling on Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to stop posting updates on Facebook, especially after May 2017 when the Internet is cut off for public servants.

One Singaporean, Mian Bu, said this is so as it will set a precedent: “Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is the foremost public servant in Singapore. His actions will set the example for the hundreds of thousands of public servants who would follow his cue.”

“It is of utmost importance that he does not post updates on his Facebook page during office hours as he should not have access to the Internet using government computers.”

“And even if he does post on Facebook using his own device, it would signal he is using his own Internet data to post, which is also not good, as he should not be social networking during office hours where he is compensated with taxpayers’ money.”

However, other Singaporeans said dictating how the prime minister should act during office hours is not a natural right of citizens.

Tou Piao, another local, said: “We need to put this issue up for a referendum.”

“The two choices are: ‘PM Lee must not post Facebook updates during office hours’ or ‘PM Lee must compensate taxpayers for posting Facebook updates during office hours’.”

“These two choices resemble the referendum asking citizens to decide if Singapore should merge with Malaysia, where there was no choice to vote against the merger.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





S’poreans demand to know: ‘Why didn’t we shout ‘Majulah!’ to help mend spat?’

S’poreans demand to know: ‘Why didn’t we shout ‘Majulah!’ to help mend spat?’

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If we did, none of these hard feelings would have happened.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe in the power of Majulah, are shaking their heads in disbelief and making hand symbols signalling they are terribly upset.

This after they realised they did not shout “Majulah!” to help mend the public spat between Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his sister Lee Wei Ling.

One Singaporean, Xiong Di, said: “If only Singaporeans got together to shout ‘Majulah!’ at the same time for a few hours, none of this would have happened.”

“We must start shouting ‘Majulah!’ now, so that their relationship can start to get better.”

“How come no one did a video about ‘Majulah’ to make things better? Why?”

However, not all Singaporeans are optimistic shouting “Majulah” for hours on end will aid the situation.

Another local, Jie Mei, said: “We must shout ‘Majulah!’ for more than 23 hours a day to be useful.”

“That’s when we can unleash the power of Majulah and Singapore will never have any problems or dynasties.”

Friends forever? We need Majulahs badly.

Posted by We Are Kanina on Monday, April 11, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 





S’poreans react to PM Lee hitting 1 million Facebook Likes on his page

S’poreans react to PM Lee hitting 1 million Facebook Likes on his page

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Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.

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Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s has reached 1 million Likes on his Facebook page.

He achieved the milestone during his week-long trip to the United States. The page crossed the mark on Wednesday, Feb. 17 evening.

In a post on Thursday afternoon, PM Lee said he had just returned to Singapore and was “surprised” to find that his page had more than a million likes.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:

 

sian-half-auntie “I would die for one million Facebook Likes instead of for Singapore.”
Xian Shi, 44-year-old philosopher

 

sian-half-uncle “Roy Ngerng can sue because clearly his blog posts did not harm PM Lee’s popularity.”
Shang Fa Ting, 65-year-old court clerk

 

happy-bird-girl “Lee Kuan Yew was still the better prime minister despite having zero Facebook Likes.”
Lee Zhong Li, 19-year-old class president

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 











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