31 Oct '11, 6am

The SEP 2011 IPS Population Report in the Larger Context

The September 2011 IPS Population Report is just another attempt to support the PAP government’s pro-corporate policy. Under the pretext of addressing a declining/aging population, it is bringing in millions of cheap foreign labour to feed the greed of the rich and at the same time to create uncertainties for the workers. Anxiety keeps the super-rich safe from the workers’ rage. When struggling wage-earners are so desperate to hold onto their jobs, they will be too busy looking down than looking up. Fear of loss of income acts as a powerful deterrence to dissent.

Full article: http://theonlinecitizen.com/2011/10/the-sep-2011-ips-popu...

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