I can't tell

I can't tell. What does this mean? It simply means that I have something to hide. But why can't tell me? Because it is not to your advantage. Because I am taking you on a ride. The costing and pricing of HDB prices cannot be a state secret that can't see the light of the day. Please tell us how the cost is derived and how much profit is made from the new policy of marking to market pricing. Can't tell, don't want to tell, cannot be the excuse. Like it or not, the truth will be out one day. The truth cannot be hidden forever in a democracy. It is better to tell now than for it to be told by someone else in a different way later. Please tell.


Anonymous said...

Singapore is not a democracy. It is an autocracy. That's why they have the right to hide things they don't want you to know.

Anonymous said...

"Like it or not, the Truth will be out one day", unquote.

Just be a little patient Sir!


bbqchickenwings said...

I am just worried whether I can see that day in my lifetime.

Anonymous said...

Don't bet on it, patriot. In an autocracy, the Truth is what comes out of the Supreme Leader's mouth. Anything contrary is defamatory, and the perpetrator will be prosecuted to the maximum extent of the law.

Jaunty Jabber said...

Used to be told that HDB is a subsidized housing for citizens.

Was that understanding wrong and now have to refresh it with a new definition? Re-definition from HDB is a "subsidized housing system" to a "revenue generating product"?

Anonymous said...

Hi Anon 12:29;

I heard them most of the time


got to see the opposites of what they said'


the feelings were kind of unsettling.


redbean said...

HDB is a subsidised housing scheme alright. but who is it subsidising?

Jaunty Jabber said...

Good question, it was said and told that it is a "subsidized" housing. As for who is the one subsidizing, maybe the mirror can tell.