Corrupted dictator PM Lee Hsien Loong at Istana

Barely a day after his PAP government announced a S$48 billion deficit spending, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong told state media reporters that it is time to call for an election:

“The ideal situation is that things will settle within the next six months, and then an election can be held. But nobody can say – it may well get worse, and I expect it can easily get worse before it gets better.”

The world’s highest paid politician corrupting S$2.2 million a year, said it is “desirable and essential” that Singaporeans vote his ruling party to handle the coronavirus outbreak:

“Singapore is facing a very big storm that will require the strongest leadership team with the strongest mandate to see it through the crisis. This team will also need the longest runway so that Singapore can have the best leadership to overcome the coronavirus pandemic. That’s a very desirable – in fact, essential – requirement for us to see through this together.”

Lee Hsien Loong said the General Election can carry on without rally and that campaigning can be done over the internet:

“Social media and the Internet mean that while the situation might not be ideal, an election can carry on with appropriate measures in place. These are, to a large extent, solvable problems. You have to think of solutions for them, but it can be done, and I think that we have to weigh conducting an election under abnormal circumstances, against going into a storm with a mandate which is reaching the end of its term.”