The Straits Times wrote an article to explain how the CPF is a “sustainable” system:
But is it really a sustainable system? Here’s another side to the story:
So, what do you think?
To read more about how the government’s response on the CPF still does not address the real issue of the inadequacy of Singaporeans’ retirement funds, you can read this article.
This coming Saturday, an event will be held to advocate for the transparency of how the government really uses Singaporeans’ CPF and to ask the government to be honest to Singaporeans about what is truly happening to our CPF.
Do come down for the event. For our rights and our freedom, and for Singaporeans to be able to obtain answers from the government, please do come down. Since the last event in early June, Singaporeans finally learnt that our CPF is indeed invested in the GIC and the government finally admitted to more truths about our CPF (more will be revealed in an article coming up).
For the whole truth and nothing but the whole truth to be revealed, come down this Saturday. Show the government that Singaporeans will no longer be pushed around no more, and demand honest truths from the government.
You can join the Facebook event page here.