PM Lee Hsien Loong #10YearChallenge reminds S’poreans of regime change soon

Posted on 17 January 2019

Timely reminder.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who do no keep tabs on how long things have been this way, were suddenly jolted from their slumber.

This after they saw Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong take part in the “10-year challenge” on social media, and making Singaporeans realise it has been quite long since he has been in power.

One Singaporean, Fan Dui Dang, said: “The #10YearChallenge by PM Lee is a reminder we haven’t changed our prime minister in a decade.”

“In fact, it has been more than 14 years since PM Lee ascended to the prime ministry,”

“It is time for regime change.”

Other locals said the #10YearChallenge is timely as it is a good measure of how much things have changed.

Another local, Mei Gai Bian, said: “PM Lee looks like he hasn’t changed much other than his hair growing grey.”

“This is exactly like how Singapore has changed: By not much because there still isn’t a Swiss standard of living even after all these years.”

“All Singapore has become is greyer.”

“Not much freedom, not much excitement, and still a lot of prohibitions, but with more old people.”

“The only reason PM Lee is able to do this #10YearChallenge is because Singaporeans have been gracious enough to allow him to. He and his colleagues need to be reminded of that.”


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