Pap dare not ban escooter becos elections near
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不把草民放在眼里,古人说驕兵必敗,您等着瞧。
Welcome to invest in India . Be among the very first to set foot on India . Kiss Kiss
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#22
9-10-2019 8:02 PM
Ola said:
Different.

Public transport is essential that is why P A P dare to raise GST, water, electricity . . . . too.

How GST same as public transport, water, and electricity?

No wonder Malaysians want to pay GST because it is essential Big Grin
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Quite true ...
We think they will just impose heavy fines ...

Profiteer from the chaos...
Very wicked ...


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9-10-2019 6:33 PM
Notdumb said:
They more afraid losing $$$ lah. Rolling on the flor laughing
Our teacher says this :

" Verily I say unto you, Whatsoever ye shall bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever ye shall loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven. "

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#24
Rolling on the flor laughing
If this the reason you can think of, you are jst a frog in the well.
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9-10-2019 8:07 PM
chettiar said:
不把草民放在眼里,古人说驕兵必敗,您等着瞧。

他们有五十年不败记录。而且,不是草民,是愚民。
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9-10-2019 6:55 PM
cestlavie said:
They don't dare ban PMD yet dared to increase transport fee by whopping 7%; highest by far?? What are they thinking of ? Citizens are dumb and dumber ? Perhaps 70% has admitted.

Reported in today's Straits Times and New Paper already. Bus fares will increase by 9 cents wef 28 December 2019.

Senior citizens pay 4 cents more.
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9-10-2019 7:29 PM
Oneworld said:
As pap koh say, Singaporean are 3rd world monkeys. Give a weapon to a monkey and be sure that the monkey will use it to whack other monkeys thumbs up
Which PAP Koh is that?

Prof Koh got whacked in the Straits Times forum for saying that Singaporeans have 3rd world mentality.

It is offensive to associate all bad behaviour to third world countries. Anti-social behaviour are also seen in first world, developed countries.

The writer to the forum gave an example of her car tyre having punctured and she trying to change it to a spare tyre when shortly, a lorry pulled over, and the driver, presumably a low ses Singaporean, helped her to change it. After that, she offered him $10 "to buy a drink" but he smiled and declined. The moral of the story is that one could be driving a lorry and not earning a lot of money, but it does not mean that he is a bad person or a social misfit. Rich people can be very nasty...
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