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“The problem now is how to work the system of one man, one vote when we have to get quality leadership to the top.

If we leave it to natural processes it will be a contest on television performances as in the West.

And the best television performers and rally entertainers are not necessarily the best leaders who can deliver good government”

“The problem now is how to work the system of one man, one vote when we have to get quality leadership to the top. If we leave it to natural processes it will be a contest on television performances as in the West. And the best television performers and rally entertainers are not necessarily the best leaders who can deliver good government”



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Be careful with sites like TOC, which plagiarize, hire foreign ghostwriters to attack foreign workers and immigration policies, and manipulate Singaporeans’ emotions to write articles for eyeballs.

Ragebait headlines or hyperpartisan appeals that twist the facts are designed to get traffic from people’s anger.

Be careful with sites like TOC, which plagiarize, hire foreign ghost writers to attack foreign workers and immigration policies, and manipulate Singaporeans’ emotions to write articles for eyeballs. Ragebait headlines or hyperpartisan appeals that twist the facts are designed to  get traffic from people’s anger.



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No one recognises a hero who prevents something bad from happening, and it didn't happen.

The government’s success in protecting Singaporeans has, ironically, resulted in a disconnect between government and people.

The government was left to talk about the burden of building a new future in a new normal while the people talked about how to stop the government.

There was no shared burden. What crisis? Life went on pretty much as usual save for the ‘inconvenient’ restrictions.

No one recognises a hero who prevents something bad from happening, and it didn't happen.

The government’s success in protecting Singaporeans has, ironically, resulted in a disconnect between government and people.

The government was left to talk about the burden of building a new future in a new normal while the people talked about how to stop the government.

There was no shared burden. What crisis? Life went on pretty much as usual save for the ‘inconvenient’ restrictions.



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