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Don’t tell us, tell ex-PM, Indranee Rajah

In Political economy on 31/10/2018 at 5:22 pm

Those were my tots when I read in the construction, nation-building CNA

Stop thinking of people in terms of social class or income: Indranee Rajah

What can Singaporeans do to help bridge the gap between social classes? For Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office Indranee Rajah, the answer is very simple: Think of people as people.

She was responding to a question from a participant at a dialogue and closed-door screening of the Channel NewsAsia documentary “Regardless of Class” on Monday (Oct 29). The documentary explores the class divide in Singapore and how it affects society.

Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/stop-thinking-of-people-in-terms-of-social-class-or-income-10876762

I mean who was the cock that tried to sabo the PAP govt when it was trying to showcase why S’poreans should be happy with the PAP by saying around the time of the National Day celebrations

that those in the private sector earning less than $1m are “very mediocre people”. And that the PAP only chose ministers from the private sector if they were earning $1m or more.

Ex-PM’s money obsession causing PAP problems

Anyone using money to distinguish between “mediocre” and “not mediocre” people is thinking in terms “of people in terms of social class or income”.

Or is she trying to be a stand-up comic, like Tharman?

Tharman trying to tell jokes

Tharman trying to tell jokes again?

— Property: Tharman trying to crack jokes again

 

  1. https://mobile.twitter.com/yuenchungkwong/status/1057370931478257665

    How come ur favorite angnoh tuakee dislikes new age talk from minister?

    On another issue – gct says in the new bio A Tall Order lky wanted daughter to go into parliament. This aroused almost no interest on the web.

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