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S’poreans form credible opposition political party to steal PM Lee’s lunch

Posted on 03 May 2017

From theory to practice.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who take advice given to them seriously to better themselves, are getting together to form a new opposition political party.

This after Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said Singaporeans must steal other people’s lunches to stay ahead economically during his May Day message.

One Singaporean, Jia Poh Siew, said: “Since PM Lee says we must steal other people’s lunches, we are officially announcing that we are starting a new opposition political party to contest the incumbent PAP and steal the prime minister’s lunch.”

“We will serve Singapore with more heart and come up with more sound policies that will drive our economy even further.”

“We will do better than the PAP.”

Other locals said this message of stealing lunch is timely and appropriate.

Another local, Tou Dong Xi, said: “Not only must the new political party steal PM Lee’s lunch, they must also steal his dinner and supper.”

“Then after that steal the million-dollar salaries.”

“Good plan.”







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