12 Mar '11, 9pm

A Vote for Greed: Greed is good. And that is coming out quite freely from all the successful people. There is no...

A Vote for Greed: Greed is good. And that is coming out quite freely from all the successful people. There is no...

Greed is good. And that is coming out quite freely from all the successful people. There is no denying the fact that our prosperity has been driven by the power of Greed. Greed is the greatest motivating force that transformed what we were to what we are today. Greed is now the prevailing culture in this great and affluent city. Anyone who does not subscribe to the goodness of Greed or condemns Greed is condemning themselves to mediocrity. Greed has brought the best out of our super talents in all fields. Through Greed, they have reached the peak of their fields of expertise and are among the best in the world, with many excelling and becoming the bestest of the best, or at least in the income that can command. The highest paid professionals in several fields are Singaporeans. We can boast of the highest paid President, PM, ministers etc etc and surgeons and lawyers. In ot...

Full article: http://www.temasekreview.com/2011/03/13/a-vote-for-greed/

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