I fully agree with what Kok Lim said. He went on to quote those who were not born in
very heng here, like Boon Wan, Amy Khor, Piyush Gupta, Olivia Lum and many others
including table tennis players, swimmers and footballers. And there are more than 2m heng
foreigners here helping to grow our economy by 2%, if not our economy will go
into recession. Singapore
And all the foreign born Singaporeans and FTs must be singing in chorus, heng ah, we were not born in
no need to pay for the expensive and damn stressful education system only to
end up with no marketable skills and good enough to be security guards, taxi
drivers and crane drivers. And if still cannot get such jobs, to go for further
training at public expenses of course. This one really heng, the govt is using
public money to subsidise their trainings so that they can be useful in 3rd
world countries, to take the place of the 3rd world FTs who are here,
in their 3rd world countries getting paid 3rd world salaries with 3rd
world currencies. See how heng are Singaporeans born here. And their 3rd
world counter parts are here to replace them, get their jobs, their women, and
get paid high salaries in Singapore dollars. Singapore
And the FTs are also saying heng ah, no need to waste 2 and a half year charging up Pengkang Hill, not sure if the hill is heng enough to remain there or mowed down to build HDB flats, no need to serve NS, no reservist training, just doing anything and tell the daft Sinkies, I also do NS and join the elite of this daft city.
Now, who is more heng, the Singaporeans born here or the foreigners who are going home after their stint in paradise to be rich land owners and living in big landed properties? And they need not worry about Benjamin or their sons doing NS to defend and protect the million dollar properties here that they cannot afford to smell.
Are Singaporeans heng or sway? You tell me lah. Sure some of you will be very heng but many would be very sway, like Benjamin and his family and those ended up as punching bags for the very heng foreigners here or losing their well paying jobs to the very heng foreigners.
Parrots, please, I am not asking you. Stop parroting. Just repeat after me, ‘Heng ah’.