123 responded to the poll on the CPF savings of the people. 71% want their money back at 55. 14% want their money back at 60. 15% want to have an option whether to leave their money in the CPF after the withdrawal age. 2% are agreeable to the present system.
Altogether 98% do not agree with the current system and want their money back with 15% want to have an option to leave any money behind. What the people want to do with their hardearned money is very clear. They want their money back and no jokers should ever think that they have a right to keep the people’s money against their wishes. How could this ever be so? Who, tell me who, has the right to the people’s money if not the rightful owners? And who has the audacity and arrogance to think that he can take the people’s money and do as he pleases?
It is unacceptable, unbelieveable, outrageous, unjust, unreasonable… for anyone to act in such a manner, to keep the people’s savings from the people. Passing legislation to keep the money from its rightful owners for whatever cock reasons will only lead to more resentment as it is a foul thing to do. You cannot fool the people all the time.
Would the Govt reflect on this seriously? The people’s tolerance has a limit and the Govt should not test the people’s patience on the right to take back their money and use their money as they please. Would the Govt listen or would the Govt continue its cocky way, to ignore the people and keep holding on to the people’s money? The people are not begging for charity. The people are asking for their money back.
Or would the Govt think that it can get away with it by not bothering and keep doing as it thinks fit? There is no shortage of feedback on this matter to the Govt. The issue of so much money being kept away from their rightful owners is about as much as the people can take.
How long can the deaf frogs pretend to be deaf? They can pretend to be deaf about other things. Here it is dipping into the people's pockets.