Bombshell! Heng Confirms What I’ve Always Suspected: The Government Is Hiding Most of the Reserves from Singaporeans
In his interview with CNA on Wednesday Finance Minister and Seatwarmer-in-Waiting Heng said that Singapore’s financial position will be “a lot weaker in the coming years.” In my last blog […]
Singaporean Ingrates Who Don’t Appreciate PAP Ministers, Spouses and Relatives Working Selflessly on Their Behalf for (Almost) Nothing Will Be Sued till Their Pants Drop! You Show Them Josephine!
Singaporeans are an ungrateful lot! Unlike Foreign Talents and Western media who have been singing the praises of our Indivisible and Eternal Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Goh) for the […]
Today in a Facebook post Indranee Rajah, Second Minister for Finance (why do we need not one but two Second Ministers? just another example of the Government’s bloated bureaucracy), claimed […]
In Parliament on Tuesday, in response to a question from Leon Perera, Indranee Rajah demonstrated yet again the hopeless contradictions of the Government’s use of the Protection from Online Falsehood […]
Excessive and Disguised Government Saving Has Harmed Singaporeans for Decades. It’s Long Past Time We Demanded and Got Transparency on the Reserves.
I have just seen an article by Manu Bhaskaran and Linda Lim (BL) from a couple of days ago. This article summarises many of the themes and ideas in my […]
Heng Swee Keat has chosen not to reply to my open letter of Friday which I think we can all agree is very rude and speaks volumes about the Government’s […]
Rather than Cyber Bully Ordinary Citizens, the Minister of Finance Needs To Be Transparent About Temasek, GIC, Our Reserves and the PM’s Wife’s Pay: An Open Letter to Heng Swee Keat
3 April 2020 Heng Swee KeatMinistry of Finance100 High Street#06-03 The TreasurySingapore 179434 Dear Swee Keat It has been many years since we were together studying Economics at Cambridge. I […]
More Covid-19 Deaths Have Not Stopped PM Lee from Going Ahead With His Plans To Use State Resources To Win a Snap Election
Today I received an email query from a state media journalist: Hello Reform Party Team, I’m Eugenia from CNA and am working on a story on the Ang Mo Kio […]
I don’t know what the statisticians at Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) are smoking but I really think CNB should investigate and drug-test all of them including the Minister, […]
On Saturday Adrian Wooldridge, Political Editor of the Economist and author of the Bagehot column, made the following extraordinary comment about Singapore in a tweet: Singapore’s effectiveness in treating Covid-19, […]
Budget 2020: Despite Biggest Threat to the Singapore Economy Since 2008 It’s Deja Vu as Heng and His Master Play Their Old Tricks of Hiding The Money
Every year the Finance Minister produces the same fake Budget in a process that at various points over the years I have been writing my blog I have characterised as […]
Yesterday Trump tweeted: While the main aim of his broadside is China the list of other countries which are classified as developing includes Singapore, the United Arab Emirates and some […]
Last week I published a blog post, “How Many More Years Will Go by Before We Learn How Much the Lees Have Paid Themselves While in Public Office?”https://kenjeyaretnam.com/2019/05/20/how-many-more-years-will-go-by-before-we-learn-how-much-the-lees-have-paid-themselves-while-in-public-office/. I said there […]
How Many More Years Will Go by Before We Learn How Much the Lees Have Paid Themselves While in Public Office?
I am pleased to see that Workers Party MP Png Eng Huat finally plucked up the courage and asked a question in Parliament about the remuneration of the top 3 […]
Yesterday the Financial Times reported that Norway’s Finance Ministry had forbidden its sovereign wealth fund (SWF) from investing in private equity. In the article the Norwegian Finance Minister said that “Private […]
On March 28 Uber announced it had sold its operations in South-East Asia to rival Grab in return for a 27% stake in Grab. This has been followed by an […]