From the Hand Book/Reference Book/Guide Book for Targeted Individuals which teaches Targeted Individuals what to expect from the government:
"Financial surveillance [by the government]. It looks like every penny[/every cent] a Targeted Individual has is counted [by the government] and only a certain amount [of money] is allowed for the Targeted Individual to gain [or earn]."
Hand Book/Reference Book/Guide Book for Targeted Individuals written by Targeted Individuals Europe:
The following article was written by a certain Kane Camden in Singapore.
that goes to show , pro-PAP is no use.... time to wake up !
I just need to tell you few stories, firstly my school mate, a FB manager of 20 years making $6000++ a month has been replaced by a cheap Pinoy. All these years, he is very PRO PAP and repeated PAP mantras such as Singaporeans are lazy, cannot work long hours and Singapore government has to import foreigners to do the jobs. Maybe he thinks he is PRO PAP and believes replacement of locals only happen to opposition supporters who KPKB, lazy, want free rides from PAP. He looked dazed and deeply shocked, hopefully he watches those WSG/E2i advertisements to go retrain to be security guard or something.
Next is a a 50+ local auntie from dry market in Choa Chu Kang, for more than 10 years she was working for a Chinese lady boss selling cakes. She always praised PAP, very PRO PAP, always tell me no Singaporeans want to do her kind of job. Last week, I found her …
Teo En Ming is a 40-year old National University of Singapore (NUS) graduate and lives in a $26 HDB One-Room Rental Flat for the extremely poor.
He has a Bachelor degree (Honours) in Mechanical Engineering (earned in 2006), with a polytechnic diploma in Mechatronics Engineering (earned in 1998) and another polytechnic diploma in Computer Networking (earned in 2017).
I am a National University of Singapore (NUS) graduate, currently 40 years old.
I have a Bachelor degree (Honours) in Mechanical Engineering (earned in 2006), with a polytechnic diploma in Mechatronics Engineering (earned in 1998) and another polytechnic diploma in Computer Networking (earned in 2017).
I am the POOREST person with the LOWEST Socio-Economic Status (SES) in Singapore. I have virtually no savings for the last 40 years of my life.
As at 25th May 2018 Friday, all of my life savings is only SGD$861.