Meme: Fuism

When I made the decision to vote for the opposition in 2011, ministerial salaries was not a key factor. The PAP’s authoritarian bully tactics, its scrutiny of citizens’ private lives, and its loss of moral integrity were. The PAP’s foreign talent fetish was also an important consideration. I had some ground to believe that Singapore would not suffer a drastic change in the standard of living even though the PAP would have me think otherwise. So it is with the Presidential Election. If the balance is tilted further in the opposition’s favour, it will make it harder for the PAP to attract freeloading walkover-ministers whose standard of living cannot be sustained by a meagre million-dollar salary.

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4 Responses

  1. This election has proven that
    “absolute power corrupts”, and that voting for opp party can provide the balance of power.

    Maybe Molitics want to talk about Yin And Yang of Black and white that set equilibrium for power,

  2. You are so witty Molly. Very cool. By the way, grace Fu was a nanyang girl and I think it reflects pretty poorly on the school.

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