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Eugene Tan must be breaking record in ass licking

In Media on 23/07/2018 at 10:39 am

Wow noted PAP brown noser quoted licking PAP govt’s ass twice in one day. Must be a record.

Pointing out that the CIMO model has been unfairly “scapegoated”, law lecturer Eugene Tan said it is an important manifestation of how the country “recognises there are different races”, especially the minorities. Removing it might not necessarily be a silver bullet, he added.

Associate Professor Tan said that while Singapore is on a journey to become “race blind”, its policies may have to be “race conscious”, as he too cited the reserved presidency.

While ethnic-related policies have helped promote and strengthen ethnic identities, too much of it could “stifle the nation-building process”, he added.

Playing a “numbers game”, and counting what “each group gets” in terms of benefits could be dangerous and set Singapore down a slippery path, said Assoc Prof Tan. One also has to be careful not to set aside meritocracy for multiracialism, or a situation of “reverse discrimination”.

For the younger generation who might share a “collective amnesia” about independent Singapore’s origins, it is important to constantly drill home the knowledge about “who we are and how we came about”, added Assoc Prof Tan.

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Assoc Prof Tan cautioned that there is a need for Singapore to protect its own interests and sovereignty: “If we’re seen as pushovers such that people can renege on their original agreement, then in future, other countries will not take us seriously on the world stage.”

He added that Singapore is unlikely to accommodate any attempt to change the agreement fundamentally, which would put it in a bad light and raise questions over whether the agreement was fair in the first place.

“We would also want to promote the sanctity of these agreements, because our position is, of course, that the agreements were properly entered into and both countries had the benefit of advice, ranging from legal to non-legal,” Assoc Prof Tan said.

“Ultimately, a lot depends on the Malaysians providing further and better particulars as to what it is that they want.”

https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/malaysia-must-make-clear-its-plan-kl-spore-high-speed-rail-further-delay-could-hurt-both

Wonder if he’ll be brought out to lick the ass (or worse) of the CEO of CSA: Is Computer Security Agency CEO talking thru his ass about stolen info?

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