Sunday, August 12, 2012

Lee Kuan Yew OOhhh LKY

Haaaaa kau tajuk.. tetiba jerkk terkeluar pasal Lee Kuan Yew (LKY) yerr.. hahahaa.. almaklum le mak kan tinggal sini Jah.. kena le ikuti perkembangan semasa, yer dak..

Sehari sebelum hari kemerdekaan Singapura (here they called it NDP - National Day Parade on 09.08.2012.. mak ingat sgt ari tu ... sbb Public Holiday nyahh.. ) sibuk ada rumours cakap LKY dah mati.. main2 ko letak rumors camtu kat FB..  seb baik takde yg kena tangkap  kau Jah.. =)).. the fact is he still alive and kicking.. then.. disebab kan rumors tu.. bila dia muncul di NDP.. semua org bersorak riang.. can you imagine.. yup.. every bodies cheers in relief.. kelakar kan.. ok, kita tinggal kan topik tu..

Nie ada lagi topik Panassss kat s'pore nie.. pasal Foreign Talent (FT).. iyer orang luar yg memberi sumbangan kat s'pore.. yang terhangat dipasaran, pemain ping pong wanita Tiangwei Feng yg baru menang pingat gangsa kat Olympic baru2 nie.. dia berasal dari China, org2 singapore semua not so happy about it.. kenkununnya si Tiangwei nie not true blue Singaporean.. duhh.. after checked, dia baru je moved to S'pore in 2007, and got her citizenship in 2008, so fast kan.. coz she got talent.. that's why lah..

Banyak lagi case pasal FT yg org2 singapore tak suka.. tu lah LKY nie punya pasal lah.. last time sapa yg beranak lebih dari dua kena penalty, ada ke patut.. kelakar kan.. so, bila rules macam tu ada, pekembangan rakyat singapore terbantut lah.. last time tak nampak impact dia (kita sangkakan LKY cerdik kan.. part nie dia teramat kurang cerdik).. sekarang mengagau carik sesapa yg dapat kerja kat sini & can contribute.. dan rakyat bertambah bising sebab banyak lambakan pekerja asing.. and now baru dia suruh rakyat singapore beranak banyak2.. camana tu.. adehhh.. kelakarkan..

bawah nie keratan dari yahoo info utk tatapan bersama:-

Singapore ‘will fold up’ if citizens don’t reproduce: Lee Kuan Yew 

Former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew has stressed once again the need for Singaporeans to procreate.

Speaking publicly for the first time after National Day at a constituency national day celebration dinner on Saturday, Lee warned of adverse consequences if the country’s declining birth rates continue.

“If we go on like that, this place will fold up, because there’ll be no original citizens left to form the majority, and we cannot have new citizens, new PRs to settle our social ethos, our social spirit, our social norms,” he said, noting that Chinese reproduction rate is now at 1.08, Indians at 1.09 and Malays at 1.64.

“So my message is a simple one. The answer is very difficult but the problems, if we don’t find the answers, are enormous,” he added.

Lee acknowledged the pivotal role that work permit holders have played in building Singapore’s infrastructure, and the contribution of permanent residents, without which he said the country’s population would be older, smaller and would lose vitality.

Further, he noted that in the long term, Singapore’s “educated men and women must decide whether to replace themselves in the next generation”. Currently, 31 per cent of women and 41 per cent of men are choosing not to do so, he noted.

“But we’ve got to persuade people to understand that getting married is important, having children is important,” he said. “Do we want to replace ourselves or do we want to shrink and get older and be replaced by migrants and work permit holders? That’s the simple question.”

MSF to tackle problem: Chan Chun Sing

Responding to Lee’s call for solutions to Singapore’s citizen population crunch, current acting Minister for Community Development, Youth and Sports Chan Chun Sing, who will be taking on the newly-established Ministry of Social and Family development (MSF), said the latter will pursue efforts to encourage younger Singaporeans get married and start families earlier.

Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the same event, Chan acknowledged that the issues are “challenges that cut across different ministries”, and said there are two aspects to the population situation — material and economic, which the government will work on, reported Channel NewsAsia.

“But like what Mr Lee said, the most important aspect has to do with the less tangible... (what) we value as a society — the institution of the family,” he said as quoted by the media outlet. “How do we see the institution, and the family... these are things we really need to work on as a society because it concerns our common future.”

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