28 May '11, 2am

If we still do not unite and help ourselves, who can we expect to help us?

If we still do not unite and help ourselves, who can we expect to help us?

Singaporeans, I mean born and bred and those who came from overseas and settled here for so many years are by and large pragmatic and will be able to deduce right from wrong. Let us look at some of the issues confronting us and see what steps could be taken. The Singaporean First Policy It is obvious that from the many responses we have there are many Singaporeans who have fallen by the way side, contrary to a position where they should be rightly be. The rightly be is more so where they should have a great influence on employability to even a stable fully gainful employment and economically active citizenry even up to age 70. How do you address the plight and assure that well thought our strategies are enacted to assure these Singaporeans are helped? There are three types of Singaporeans and let me go one by one. a) The Singaporean born and bred in this country These true...

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