Exemplifying legalised corruption of the highest order, President Halimah Yacob will be reciting a script prepared by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and the PAP Ministers tonight at the re-opening of the 13th Parliament after a two-month long break. According to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, he drafted the speech more than 20 times already.
The speech is President Halimah Yacob’s first, and it is unknown whether if the Singlish-speaker could deliver it without an English translator. Halimah Yacob also has no accounting, business, economics or financial experience. As a result, the ignorant President is unaware of the amount of money left in the CPF and national reserves – a secret information privy only to Lee Hsien Loong and his wife Ho Ching.
The open admission of corruption between the independent Presidency and legislative government is however not new to Singaporeans living in the dictatorship. Lee Hsien Loong’s wife sits as the CEO of Temasek Holdings, and despite making several high profile losses over the years, there is no replacement in sight. The new “4G” leadership is also filled with military cronies, with inexperienced former army generals taking positions as Ministers, the Speaker of Parliament and CEOs of state-owned companies like SMRT and SPH.
President Halimah Yacob was appointed President last year after the Lee Hsien Loong-controlled Election Department disqualified her two other opponent contestants. The Indian Singaporean had to go through a certification to be officially made “Malay”, just so she can qualify for the racist election (Singapore’s first race-based election after Lee Hsien Loong re-wrote the Constitution after claiming that Singaporeans are racists who would only vote for their own race) that was reserved for only the Malay race. Halimah Yacob was formerly a PAP MP, who vacated her seat to contest for the Presidential Election upon request from Lee Hsien Loong.
The Singapore High Court covered up for the PAP government by refusing to allow the constituency with vacated MP seat go through a by-election.