Monday, May 19, 2014

A holiday observation.

I was out of the country last week for holiday. Although I do enjoy myself oversea but I never really like the journey especially at the airport. 

I do not mind being on a moving object like the plan, train or bus but I absolutely hate being in a long queue at the airport. I can never understand why the custom has to take so long every time. In fact the only country I find the custom is fast and efficient are in Japan and Singapore. 

Maybe Singapore welcome all foreigners so they don’t really care. I personally has not seen a long queue of foreigners waiting to clear custom at Changi ever.

A dumb thing I observe at the airport was why the airline allowed the frequent flyers to board the aircraft first even though they are flying economy.

Boarding sequence are there to speed up the boarding procedure so it is logical passenger sitting at the back rows are boarded first so they do not hold up the aisle. 

Children and old folks are ok to board first as they are slow and need assistance. Business are First Class traveller are ok too as there are less seats in there so they should be quite fast.

But letting a frequent flyers sitting at the front of the economy to board first to hold up the aisle is damned stupid.

These cheapo are the worst lot of traveller. If you want to board first please buy a first class ticket. They want to be treated as frequent traveller but yet are too cheapo to buy a business class tickets.

Monday, May 05, 2014

PM proved he's an idiot....again.

S'pore belongs to all those living here: PM Loong
Press Trust of India  |  Singapore   May 04, 2014 Last Updated at 06:40 IST
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said the city state belongs to all those living here that includes permanent residents and employment pass holders and was a special place to celebrate annual festivities amidst diverse groups.

Addressing a community celebration of the Indian New Year last night, Lee said: "Singaporeans, new arrivals, people who are on permanent residence here, people who are on employment pass here, all participating in one big Singapore family... So that we feel that this is a place which is special, which belongs to all of us and where we all celebrate one another's festivals and happy events together."

Dressed in red Kurta, Lee joined 600 residents at a community club of his constituency, tried his hand at a Thanjavur painting which was on cultural display and watched performances by classical Indian dancers.

Lee said the event was an embodiment of the theme, "Rhythms in Unity", as well as on a larger scale where everyone participates as one big Singapore family.

The Indian New Year fall on April 14 but some communities celebrate on different dates as per celebrations held in different parts of India. Singaporeans usually use weekends to celebrate on a large scale amidst multi-cultural society with one of the big celebrations held annually in the PM's constituency.

Indian makes up about 9 per cent of over 5 million Singaporeans and those living here. Chinese accounts for 74 per cent and the Malays form 13 per cent of the population.

Past reports have noted Singaporeans having discriminated against newly arrived migrants. But Lee's government has emphasized the importance of new migrants for boosting the city state's economic growth and future prosperity.

The idiot is at it again.

Sometime I think these people just talk without thinking. Lee forgot to address the difference between Singapore born man who has to sacrificed they live to serve NS when people can just come in and be PR or citizen just because they gave lots of money to the government.

Singapore can only belong to everyone living here IF and only IF there is a fair treatment for all on this island.

All these years the PAP are desperate for more money for feed their fat pay checks so they just import anyone.
They welcome the these FT like GODS and hope our old can continue to work beyond retirement age as cleaners whey the Men In White enjoying their millions and free medical.

Look at a good example of waste of tax payer money. 

Lee better bucked up, I see that he is losing confident votes from Singaporean. I guess the next thing he need to do to save himself is to allow PR and Foreigners to vote in the next election.