Posts Tagged ‘politics’

I can be a local politician I tell you. There aren’t too many responses to the peoples problems.

When kena caught, push blame. Black and white serves no purpose. After that, send in the scrape goat.

When answering tough questions, play reversi.

“Hmm, but let me ask you first. What do you think?”

Sir, why COE price so high? Living cost going up till no end? Wages so pathetic, ten years and still no change?

Response: Under the LAN LAN act I sentence you to “Lan lan suck thumb till the next elections!”

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The more I listen to my Ipod the more I miss things outside of Singapore. Good music brings back the times. 

Singapore is nice but i don’t see myself living here for much longer. 

Honestly I don’t hate the country. It’s just that you come to a point where you have seen everything that needs to be seen. Heard everything that needs to be heard. 

What’s left of Singapore to be discovered? 

I grew up in town and in my later years, town has not changed much, if not more uninteresting than before. 

Brand labels are the same from Forum Galleria to Plaza Singapura. Heartland malls? Been to one and you have been to them all. 

Even Hdb flats look no different be it in Jurong, Hougang or Sengkang. Honestly, I can’t tell the difference till this day. 

As for night life, all major clubs generally play the same music. Electrohouse all over the place, or whatever suits the fancy of the majority. 

The irony of it all is that the DJ’s don’t want to play this music and the club goers tell me they are sick of this shit. So where exactly is the weak link here? 

I think the problem with Singapore partially due to governmental oppression but also the incapability of the average Singaporean individual taking any genuine risk. 

Everyone here just plays it safe. No one dares to “lose face” through failure. 

We just live in a society addicted to safety and precaution. In constant fear of what the person next person might think. 

Personally, If everyone is so obsessed with change then start with the source and stop blaming society for the lack of it. 

To me, change starts with self before the rest of the world. 

I have long given up on Singaporean politics but if you must, stop whining like a baby and do something that truly promotes change.

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