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Heng Swee Keat proffered brave but ultimately empty words
« on: February 10, 2019, 02:33:00 pm »
In the Straits Times today (9 Feb), Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat was quoted as saying that “if the lapse shows that the leader has been slack, negligent or incompetent, then serious consequences must follow, including removal”.

Those seem like brave words. But unfortunately, they were also empty ones.

There are way too many examples of current PAP Ministers demonstrating high levels of incompetency and slackness. I will just give 4 diverse examples to show how things have screwed up big time under various PAP Ministers and MPs who are still sitting rock solid in their fat-salaried political appointments.

Firstly, it emerged that the ex-GM of AMK Town Council Victor Wong was on the take for about 2 years in a constituency comprising 6 PAP MPs, including one junior minister and PM Lee himself. Until today, despite widespread financial losses suffered by AMK residents, none of those 6 MPs faced any serious consequences.

Next, Khaw Boon Wan who is currently the Transport Minister must be severely chastised. In fairness, overall rail reliability has somewhat improved in recent times. Looking back however, over many years with nincompoop paper general Desmond Kuek at the helm of SMRT and under Khaw’s watch, disruptions were aplenty and unreliability became a mainstay of affairs.

More at https://www.prolificskins.com/single-post/2019/02/09/Heng-Swee-Keat-proffered-brave-but-ultimately-empty-words



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Re: Heng Swee Keat proffered brave but ultimately empty words
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2019, 04:14:26 pm »
Oh please .... just don't get me started on the moral failure and lassitude  since the our government allowed those LGBTQ+ to dictate the social agenda under the insidious guise of "inclusiveness" and "political correctness",  mindlessly apeing the civil libertarian agenda from the west and their hollywood ilk.

"A man who has depths in his shame meets his destiny and his delicate decisions upon paths which few ever reach."