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The debate over integrated resorts also brought to the public's attention a discussion on the methods and ways government policies should be deliberated in Singapore, and whether they were effective or needed reform. This is especially because the political climate is dominated by the People's Action Party. Low Thia Khiang, the leader of the opposition Workers' Party, warned in a parliament session:

"The Government sought the opinion of the people but it does not go along with the opinion of the people and it has now made a unilateral decision. Eventually, will it turn out to be a blessing or a curse to our people? We have to wait and see. [...] Under the current situation, where a party is dominant and the civil society is very weak, the people cannot sway the Government's decision on such a matter that concerns the fate of the people. If the Government's judgment is wrong, it would lead the nation and our people on to the 'river of no return', where the cost would be very real and very heavy."[11]

By the time of the 2006 general elections, however, the decision was already a fait accompli, and the opposition parties made little mention of it.[12][13][14] The issue of casinos in Singapore was brought up by parliamentary members such as Denise Phua suggesting that the place of gambling in Singapore be reviewed till putting in a total ban on remote gambling[15] after the Remote Gambling Bill was passed.[16]


Please remember what Lee said forever!


Did you see this? Deputy Prime Minister & Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat later created an advertisement of this & had it published on TV 24/7! See all the items listed in these webpages, we will let the World decide if any of you could  work with these Singapore Rulers to build our future together through “Dialogue”!

We hate Online Gambling & even with over 10,000 petitioned against them passing the Law on this, they still did this and make our economy worse than ever.

This is to put in record how Mr Tan Chuan-Jin later busy appearing on TV to convince the people how Online Gambling is good for us and Singapore! We can only find one record here (others deleted because of shame?):

Govt doesn't encourage online gambling, but 'recognises reality' of it growing: Tan Chuan-Jin

Now Online Gambling has also been legalized in Singapore! With the Full-time Jobs Participation Rate falls below 50%, can   the Prime Minister & his Team please show us visibly how you will be responsible for us constructively?


Dear Daddy God,

1. Some Insiders say Online Gambling is necessary as the Singapore Rulers can’t be seen gaming in the Casinos. You see, the “Ministers in Singapore are the highest paid politicians in the world” (from Wikipedia) and we can’t just pay them fat salaries if they are doing “negative” productive work that drives Singapore to “negative” prosperity while we are busy round the clock to repair the damage that they have created!

2. Since they won the last General Election in 2015, do you see that our economy has become worse and more people have been driven out from the Full-time workforce and are only able to work part-time or become jobless? So far, there is no checks and balances on them to know what the Rulers have been doing when they are sitting in front of their computers or looking at their mobile devices and none of us can install CCTV cameras to check if they are really doing productive work.

3. Please help us to plough back the $millions wasted on such people as we need to save money to fund people in need, Job Seekers who are productive to promote Singapore and also helping others around the World to find work. Please help us to drive out the pests. Many Thanks.


10. Singapore Government Tenders

Updates on 10 January 2020:

See the News here to boast about the Construction Sector as reported in CNA, Straits Times & the Business Times on 8 & 9 January 2020 and you decide if they are fake news! It is a known fact that many new Residential units remained unsold (see item 6)!

This is Mr Zaqy Mohamad, the Deputy Government Whip (see item 12). You want to vote for him?

We welcome many to Singapore but you see how the Big Bullies had awarded Mega infrastructure projects & yet left many Singaporeans unable to work on these projects below & busy boosting jobless rate!


Wow, see so many Projects listed in the Government Tenders Portal GeBiz! But why are there still so many jobless around and only 48% of the Singaporeans are working full-time?

We have been studying the GeBiz Portal for some years, these are our findings:

a. The number of Singaporeans to engage in the Projects is NEVER a Tender Award requirement! Thus the Government can have Billions of Dollars of Projects award in line, but only few Singaporeans will benefit from these.

b. We were also informed that a number of Projects were listed for Tender but never awarded! You decide they were Fake Projects listed to make up the numbers to look good but making you very busy doing redundant work preparing to submit for fake tender only!

Projects amounted to $billions awarded? Yes! But you decide this is only equivalent to massive Capital Outflow that makes us poorer instead!

The entire World knows that many of our PAP Rulers are scholars! The Low Full-time Jobs Participate Rate has been a lingering problem for years, you decide if they are unable to address the Problem or refuse to solve them in order to stave us to death! Can someone please advise whether these people are thinking that the “starving men” are easier to manipulate or control?

Dear beloved Singaporeans, be brave, be courageous and never give up! With God’s help, let’s work actively with our smart brains to find work for ourselves and also to boost Jobs Participation Worldwide!

Don’t you know you can never derive anything good from “trash” if they are beyond recycling? We must improve the situation with our votes in this coming General Election! You know what we mean!

PAP Rulers, no defamation or harassment here! We are just asking the World questions!


See the Projects:

Phase 1 of Tuas Terminal (S$2.42 billion project awarded) (reported on 09 Dec 2016 11:42PM)

Read at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/phase-1-of-tuas-terminal-on-track-for-dec-2020-completion-7660436

Contract for Tuas Terminal Phase II worth S$1.46b awarded to international consortium (reported on 25 April 2018)

Read at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/business/contract-for-tuas-terminal-phase-ii-worth-s-1-46b-awarded-to-10173256

LTA awards S$1.16b contracts for construction of North-South Corridor tunnels (reported on 23 May 2018)

Read at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/lta-awards-s-1-16b-contracts-for-construction-of-north-south-10261314

Look at the above mentioned projects, it is an undeniable fact there is long term benefit after completion, but according to our investigations, only few Singaporeans are engaged to do the works. You decide if the Singapore Universities or Institutions fail to produce graduates fit to work or the Singapore Rulers are nonchalant about Singaporeans not able to find quality work? Can you recall what they promote on TV recently for Professionals: enter the profession of Nursing or become hawkers!

Don’t you think you shouldn’t have studied so hard to be a professional in your field if you have known of this outcome? You should have studied Medicine to become a Medical Doctor or learned Cooking and by now you could have managed a chain of Restaurants!

We will let you decide if the Singapore Rulers are jealous of our brains, hate us to excel & be smarter than them, so they take these active steps to ensure we are unfulfilled in our professional works and don’t prosper!

You decide if they have been acting with bad faith! Since they refuse to cooperate with you to ensure that you work on quality jobs, do you want to cooperate with them in the coming General Election?


Daily Blessings to You from Emmanuel Goh & Friends


11. Mandatory CareShield Life (updated on 10-11 February 2020)

See the CareShield Life and Long-Term Care Act 2019 is here!

It was enacted by the President Halimah Yacob with the advice and consent of the 13th Parliament of Singapore (see the names of the PAP Rulers & MPs who made this law at top right corner)! Remember them forever & you decide what to do to them next!


Last updated on 22 December 2019

Take note of this! The CPF deduction is going to start in 2020!

This article is important because till this day no one dares to publish what listed below in hardcopy or online for fear of the “Monsters”! So you know what kind of risk the Publisher is facing in helping us to publish!

See new CareShield Life created to start deducting $$$ from your CPF Account. No $$$ in your CPF? Please pay from your pocket, unless you want Demand Note, Fine, Suit & Jail to be imposed on you! They will do this to you even you are jobless! See below & verify it yourself!


CareShield Life bill was passed in Parliament on 2 September 2019! See the Bill passed!

CareShield Life will be implemented in 2020 and it has been made mandatory for those who born in 1980 and later (≥ 30 years of age on 1 January 2020) to pay, you cannot opt out even you are only able to work part-time or jobless!

Who are the PAP Rulers & MPs who had supported the Bill & had it passed in Parliament? To avoid being named “rebels” and get kicked out of PAP Party with their fat salaries discontinued, All the PAP Rulers & MPs in the 13th Parliament here: see their names at the top right corner!

See who have been actively promoting CareShield Life:

Chee Hong Tat https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-6kTbW9Mac

Amy Khor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGMk_BlynJU

Gan Kim Yong https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8cwM2XE6-Q


The World can decide if any Government has the right to extort from the People if they are running low on funds? Want to vote for them in the coming General Election?


Important Provisions of CareShield Life:

See Part 7: Recovery of Outstanding Premiums & Excess Payments


Section 22: Recovery of benefit paid in excess and short payment of premium

Section 22(3): The Board may charge an insured person, a person by whom the premium is payable or an approved payee (as the case may be) an administrative fee of such amount as may be prescribed and (if applicable) interest on the excess payment at such rate as may be prescribed, if any material change, error or prescribed circumstances referred to in subsection (1) or (2) arise from incorrect information which is ….


Section 23: Demand note for outstanding premiums under CSHL Scheme

Section 23(2): A recovery body must serve a demand note on a defaulter liable to pay any outstanding premium …


Section 27: Suit for outstanding premiums, excess payments and sums due to Fund

Section 27(1):  All outstanding premiums imposed under this Act, all excess payments under the CSHL Scheme and ESH Scheme, and all sums due to the Fund, may be sued for and recovered by a recovery body in its own name by way of specially endorsed writ of summons.


Section 28: Recovery from defaulter leaving Singapore

Section 28(6):  A defaulter who, knowing that a direction has been issued under this section to prevent the defaulter’s departure from Singapore, voluntarily leaves or attempts to leave Singapore without paying the outstanding premium or furnishing security to the recovery body’s satisfaction for that payment —

(a) shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $5,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 12 months or to both; and

(b) may be arrested, without warrant, by any police officer or immigration officer.

Section 28(7):  No civil or criminal proceedings are to be instituted or maintained against the Commissioner of Police, the Controller of Immigration or any other police officer or immigration officer, in respect of anything done in good faith and with reasonable care under the authority of this section.


Section 29: Penalty for late payment of premium under CSHL Scheme

Section 29(1):  Subject to subsection (3), if the whole or any part of the premium for an insurance period under the CSHL Scheme, or any interest imposed under section 23(1)(a), remains unpaid at the expiry of such period as the Board may permit (being not less than one month) after the beginning of that insurance period, a penalty may be added to the premium and interest at the rates and times prescribed in the regulations.

Section 29(2):  Subject to subsection (3), the regulations may provide for penalties to be imposed at different rates for premiums and interest imposed under section 23(1)(a) which remain unpaid for different periods.


Welcome to Singapore to see how the Singapore Rulers & their MPs still can have a sizable income even the tax income is low with only 48% of us in Singapore working full-time! Just use CareShield Life and MediShield Life (see item 1)?

We will let the World decide if our CPF moneys to prepare for our retirement have become FREE “gold mines” for those “You know who”!



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