Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat embarrassed Singapore gesturing awkwardly and making motherhood statements in his speech his posted on Facebook.
The corrupted PAP millionaire minister gave a summary of his upcoming Budget speech tomorrow (Feb 18), and made no mention of removing the planned 28.6% GST increase to 9%.
Posting on Facebook his primary school speech praising his own government about how well he handled the Wuhan virus outbreak, Minister Heng Swee Keat went on a barrage of promises to “help” families and companies:
“Families will get help with daily expenses and firms can look forward to tax rebates in the Budget on Tuesday (Feb 18). The government will do all that is necessary to help workers and firms recover from the health crisis. Never doubt that Singapore has the means to bounce back from this outbreak…With all these additional support measures, you have my assurance that we will rebound from this, never fear.”
Heng Swee Keat will be the next Prime Minister if the ruling party PAP dictatorship wins another term in this year’s General Election.
Singapore has the highest infection in the world outside China, at 75 cases, due to inefficient government measures delaying border closures and identifying suspect cases. The Singapore government even went against medical advice, telling the public not to wear a mask on the streets. Local transmission has since went out of control, with numerous clusters identified across the island.
The economy has also crashed as foreign countries, corporations and cruise liners withdraw presence in Singapore.