Just read this, two opening paragraph from a post by a blogger called, ‘silence is NOT golden’ in TRE title ‘Call me xenophobic, I don’t care’.
‘I am sick and tired of
foreigners coming to Singapore and giving Singapore Government advice to raise
prices of essential goods and services without any consideration the economic
and social impact their advice would have on the average Singaporeans who are
not earning as much as they are.
One case in point: Asit Biswas
(visiting professor of the LKY School of Public Policy from India). According
to him, “if he had his way, he would increase water prices here by 30 per cent
immediately.” (Straitstimes, March 21, 2016). In his view, “water prices should
have been increased a long time ago” because “Singaporeans now use water
profligately for all household chores, as well as for bathing and hygienic
purposes”. Does he expect us to use water from the river for our household
chores, as well as for bathing and hygienic purposes like they do in India?
Biswas said “he and his wife are “seriously considering” becoming Singapore
permanent residents”. Really? Just Singapore PR? Not Singapore citizens?’
How stupid can Singapore be,
after building a third world country to become a first world city, the envy of
the world, it starts to disbelieve in Singaporeans and everyday go around the
world, no, go to third world countries, to hire people that could not do
anything good to their sham and slum infested countries, to come here and teach
us how to run our country to make it better? If these people are that good,
their countries would not be such a shambolic state and a shame to talk about
No need to say anything more. The
stupid will always go and ask the stupid for help. Look at the Americans, they
used to come here for advice when they know they could get good advice. Now
they would not bother. The Chinese used to come here to learn from us. Now they
too don’t bother. We taught them how to build little housing estates and
industrial parks. Now they are building the world, building the longest bridge,
the longest road, the biggest train network across continents, building ships,
aircraft, satellites, rockets, and becoming one of the top industrial countries
and economies in the world.