I Filed My Affidavit for the Court Case to Fight for Singaporeans’ CPF and the Mainstream Media Did Not Report On It!

Please share this article far and wide, if you want justice. 

Wow. I filed my affidavit for the defamation suit by Lee Hsien Loong yesterday, with evidence on the discrepancies in how the government and the GIC manages the CPF of Singaporeans.

However, none of the mainstream media reported on it. In this time and age, I cannot believe that the mainstream media in Singapore would sideline such an important piece of news about Singaporeans’ CPF!

My fellow Singaporeans, if you want answers to how your CPF is being used, it is up to you now. If you want something to be done to your CPF and for the government to tell you the truth, then please share this article far and wide. The mainstream media won’t do it. They won’t do what they should do – report the news. It is now up to you – it is your duty and responsibility – to share this article if you want to know the truth of what is really happening to your CPF. Share it via Facebook, Twitter, email, WhatsApp, or any other chat apps that you have. Share it. Only then when the truth come out.

I revealed 5 key evidences in my affidavit. Here is a very quick look at what they are here.

(1) The Government Claimed in the Past that They Do Not Take Our CPF to Invest in GIC, But Finally Admits to the Truth for the First Time in June This Year

Before June this year, the GIC claimed that they do not know if they use our CPF funds to invest because it is “not made explicit” to them by the government.

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In fact, the government also claims that they do not take our CPF to invest in the GIC, and they did this on at least 3 counts over the past 15 years.

In 2007, then-Manpower Minister Ng Eng Hen also claimed that the GIC does not “use money derived from CPF to invest”.

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Chart: Worker’s Party Singapore News

In 2006, then-Minister Mentor and Chairman of the GIC also said that, “there is no connection between GIC’s rate of return and the interest paid on CPF accounts”.

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In 2001, then-Senior Minister and also GIC Chairman Lee Kuan Yew also said that, “there is no direct link between the GIC and the CPF”.

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However, in June this year, for the first time ever in Singapore’s history, the government “volte-faced on their position” and admitted the truth – that they do take our CPF to invest in the GIC.

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(2) The Government Deleted Evidence of How Our CPF is Invested in GIC and Temasek Holdings

In 2012 and 2013, I had written two articles that traced specifically on the government websites, which showed how the government indeed takes our CPF to invest in the GIC and Temasek Holdings.

Where Does Your CPF Go

However, by May this year, the government deleted all traces of the evidence. They deleted information on how our CPF (via the SSGS) is invested “in reserves”.

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They also deleted evidence on how our CPF (via the reserves) is managed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), GIC and Temasek Holdings.

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But by June this year, the government admitted to everything, and admitted that they do take our CPF to invest in the GIC. They deleted everything to cover their tracks, but by June this year, they had no choice but to admit to the truth.

CPF How It Works The Straits Times

(3) Temasek Holdings Claim that It Does Not Use Our CPF to Invest but It Did – Were Our Monies Returned?

In June this year, for the first time ever, Temasek Holdings claim that they do not “invest or manage CPF savings”.

Temasek doesn't invest or manage CPF savings

Temasek Holdings also makes this claim on their website.

FAQs - About Temasek - Temasek

The Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam also claims that Temasek Holdings, “has never managed CPF funds”.

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Mr Tharman said that, “Temasek started off with a set of assets which were transferred by the Government at time of inception… (of) about $400 million dollars worth of assets in the form of a set of companies.”

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However, it is revealed in a speech given by the Minister for Labour and Communications in 1982 that, “CPF savings form a large portion of Singapore’s savings. These savings are used for capital formation which means the construction of new factories, installation of new plant and equipment, expansion of infrastructure such as roads,’ ports and telecommunications, the building of houses and so on.”

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Which means that our CPF was indeed transferred into Temasek Holdings, but did the government return to Singaporeans our CPF returned when these companies were privatised and returns were earned?

Temasek Holdings Did Invest CPF

(4) Today, GIC and Temasek Holdings are the 8th and 10th Richest Sovereign Wealth Funds in the World, But Singaporeans Have One of The Poorest Retirement Funds in the World

Today, GIC and Temasek Holdings are the 8th and 10th largest sovereign wealth funds in the world.

Sovereign Wealth Fund Rankings   Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute

But Singaporeans have one of the least adequate retirement funds in Asia, according to the Asian Development Bank Institute.

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We also have the least adequate retirement funds among the highest-income countries, according to the Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index 2013.

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Singaporeans also have the least adequate retirement funds in the world, according to the OECD.

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If so, I had said in my affidavit that, “My point was that something was not adding up. Why was it that GIC and Temasek Holdings were amongst the biggest sovereign wealth funds in the world and yet Singaporeans had one of the least adequate retirement funds in the world? Especially so when GIC and Temasek Holdings (according to the GIC at that time) were managing CPF monies?”

(5) The Government Claims that the Government Does Not Interfere in the GIC, But the Government is the GIC

Finally, the GIC claims that, “The government holds the GIC board accountable for portfolio performance, but does not interfere in the company’s investment decisions.”

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The government also claims that, “The Government plays no role in decisions on individual investments that are made by GIC, MAS and Temasek. At the GIC and MAS, whose boards include Ministers, these investment decisions are entirely the responsibility of their respective management teams.”

Ministry of Finance - Section I  What comprises the reserves and who manages them

However, I said in my affidavit that, “this is implausible as the head of the Government, the Prime Minister, the two deputy prime ministers and the ministers for Trade and Industry and Education also head GIC as its Board of Directors. It is clearly impossible that the Government “neither directs nor influences the company’s decisions”.

Indeed, these are who are on the Board of Directors of GIC:

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And these are the people in the government Cabinet. These are the same people.

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GIC also says that, “Once a year, the GIC Management formally meets the Minister for Finance”

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But the Finance Minister is also on the GIC Board of Directors so “such a claim is counterintuitive”.

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Finally, the GIC says that, “GIC is a private limited company wholly owned by the government. The Ministry of Finance, representing the government, ensures that a competent board of directors is in place; GIC helps by suggesting qualified candidates.”

However, I make clear in my affidavit that, “There is a clear conflict of interest in how the Government and GIC continues to present itself in a mischievous way and to mislead Singaporeans… When the Government appoints itself onto the Board of Directors, and where the selection process is not transparent or made known to Singaporeans, the selection process and the quality of the candidates become doubtful.”

For the government to claim that the GIC “pays no regard to what the source of funds is”, “is clearly impossible, unbelievable and absurd since the Government, and the Prime Minister and Finance Minister no less, who are tasked to be in charge of the overall financial matters of Singapore, is also on the GIC Board of Directors. It is illogical and impossible that the GIC Board of Directors “invests the assets … without regard to the sources of the Government’s funds” when the GIC Board of Directors, by virtue of their positions in Government, would know exactly what the sources of the Government’s funds are,” I said in my affidavit.

The Government is Putting Singaporeans’ Lives at Risk and How the Government Manages Our CPF is a Threat to Our Security

Finally, I said that, “I make clear here that if there has been any allegation of misappropriation by me (which is denied) that certain entities might profit from the peoples’ funds that that allegation is against the Government, GIC and Temasek Holdings, as they do not return to Singaporeans the full amount of investment gains made from investing Singaporeans CPF monies.  Neither were they at the time I wrote the Article transparent as to who was managing CPF monies.  There is absolutely no basis whatsoever to say that I have accused the Plaintiff of Criminal Misappropriation of Singaporeans CPF monies.  I have never accused him of taking a cent of Singaporeans CPF monies and I have no intention to do so as well.  It is only persons who are avid for scandal who would say I meant this in the Article.”

In summary, I had said:

Evidently, it is clear that GIC knew where the funds were coming from and that the funds used by them are public funds, but after their knowledge of this was highlighted, GIC changed this information. Thus since it is evident that GIC and Temasek Holdings use public funds and Singaporeans’ CPF monies to invest, it is absurd that GIC and Temasek Holdings are made private limited entities which are not required to disclose full information. GIC and Temasek Holdings use public funds and should not be made private limited companies. Also, a significant pool of GIC’s funds actually do come from Singaporeans’ CPF and it is disingenuous for the Government to delink the two. They and their Board of Directors and the Government have to be fully transparent and accountable to the citizens of Singapore. The lack of transparency and accountability at this level at GIC and Temasek Holdings and by the government is completely unacceptable and disingenuous, and puts the lives of the citizens of Singapore at risk.

I believe that I have a defence to these proceedings as the Article does not in law, bear out the meaning which the Plaintiff solicitors claim it does. Also, as the above clearly bears out, there is a clear case of a lack of transparency and accountability on how GIC, Temasek Holdings and the Government manages public funds and Singaporeans’ CPF monies, and in order for this case to be adequately argued, an open enquiry on this issue is of utmost importance. The Government and the GIC has made numerous changes and flip-flops in their stance, which has been shown to conceal important facts about how the Government and the GIC manages Singaporeans’ CPF. This is disingenuous and remains a threat to the security of how Singaporeans’ CPF are being managed. The Government’s and the GIC’s inconsistencies in their statements and answers pose real risk to the lives of Singaporeans, whom lack of knowledge of how the CPF is being managed, due to the “private limited” nature of the GIC and Temasek Holdings, due to the lack of full annual records of these companies since inception, and due to the conflict of interest posed by the Government also being on the GIC and questions the integrity of how Singaporeans’ CPF is being managed and whether Singaporeans can trust the Government and the GIC to continue to perform in such an unilaterally-non-transparent and accountable manner. These are legal matters for my lawyers to argue in Court and I will leave it to my lawyers to make the legal arguments and for the Court to decide on the legal meaning of the words.”

My conscience is clear and I have always believed in working towards the greater good of our country and for Singapore and Singaporeans. It has always been my wish that when we have a Government which is honest and transparent and estates of governance (i.e. civil service, civil society, think tanks, media, educational institutions etc) are independent of the Government and of one another, will there be clear and strong checks and balances which will prevent such a lack of transparency and accountability from happening, and where the lives of Singaporeans will improve and be protected. The current situation where Singaporeans have been placed at a disservice, due to the lack of information from the Government, MAS, GIC and Temasek Holdings, is due to a lack of checks and balances within the Government and among the estates of governance. Such disservice is dishonourable and requires a thorough examination of the issues at hand. Only when these issues are dealt with rigourously and held accountable to Singaporeans where where the lives of Singaporeans will be truly safeguarded. This is where I have written in good faith from, and which I maintain, towards a just and equal Singaporean society.

If you want justice done, please share this article far and wide. They won’t let us know, but only when we let more people know, will we be able to fight back and let the truth be known. Please share this article.

To read the full affidavit, you can refer to the link below. You can read the affidavit in the first 18 pages. The rest of the pages are annexes.

Roy Ngerng Affidavit to Lee Hsien Loong 4 August 2014

3rd Edition Of The #ReturnOurCPF Event

On 23 August, there will be a third edition of the #ReturnOurCPF event.

Join us at the third edition and take a stand. The government cannot take Singaporeans’ CPF to use and tell us that they do not know what they are using it for. This is a derision to Singaporeans and daylight robbery!

On 23 August, we will see you at Hong Lim Park. Let’s come together, be united and speak for change, for the better for our lives, and our children’s.

You can join the Facebook event page here.

Also, my first court case will be held on 18 September 2014, at 10.00am. It will be a full-day hearing.

Return Our CPF 3 Poster Template with Text edited with Title

Return Our CPF 3 Poster Template with Text edited with Title@Chinese

 

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56 comments

  1. Liem Sioe Liong

    because Temasek is their media boss, is the white gloves.very terrible system , People’s only one way to unite and overthrow the corrupt system. We support you, our children and grandchildren have already lined up a team, continue writing until get back our CPF,

  2. 我泥中有你,你泥中有我

    你侬我侬,忒煞情多,情多处,热如火。
    把一块泥,捻一个你,塑一个我。
    将咱两个,一齐打破,用水调和。
    再捻一个你,再塑一个我。
    我泥中有你,你泥中有我。

    调和了五十年, 突然我的泥都在你的小脚趾。可能吗?

  3. Chancellor

    There are two factors,

    first, Prime Minister Lee was born wealthy families, lack of understanding of the poor people,

    on the second, Prime Minister Lee’s lawyers have a big problem, he lit the flames of war. Opened up to the world a long standing social problem in Singapore that is Slaveholders and Slaves relations. Slave system, slave deemed to be the property of slave owners .

    There is such an adjective: “Politicians are for the next election, but statesman it is for the next generation.”

  4. Justin

    Hi Roy, what do you expect from the 160th ranked Singapore press? I would be very surprise if they carry an article on this or even if they do, the report will be slanted against you. Don’t expect them to quote verbatim. When they do quote anything at all, they will use your words against you by selectively quoting or misquoting you. I have long given up on Straits Times. Last time it used to be my daily bread, but now, I rather read from a variety. The ST forum is now filled with propaganda writers. You see their names, you will know who they are. I have no faith in Singapore’s justice system where judges are appointed by President.

    The only way you can win is to kick PAP out of Singapore’s politics. That would depend on how many unthinking, naive and foolish Singapore citizens from the 60% that we can always count on to backstack our future and sink this tiny sampan. All the best!

    • HJ

      Roy is just trying to stir up emotions and anger here everyone. Contrary to the sentiment in the blog, the hard truth is, most of the Singaporeans actually do not agree with Roy. Even anti-govt and opposition ppl do not agree with Roy on this CPF issue. This is also reflected in the low, dwindling turnouts at his HLP protests.

      What Tharman said in his reply to Roy has no contradictions. Roy is simply trying to find fault and twist the Minister’s / government’s words. The CPF money was initially used to build infrastructure in the early years. Later on, it was invested in Singapore bonds. The money is guaranteed safe to be returned from the bonds, while the proceeds from the bonds are used for investment together with the rest of the Singapore’s assets and even if these investments fail / lose money, the CPF money is not affected because of the Singapore bonds guarantee. Hence, there is a difference that the CPF money is kept separate from investment, especially from investment failures. .

      Contrary to what Roy says, your CPF money will be returned to you. However, what ppl do not like is that it is returned over your later part of your lifetime as opposed to one lump sum. However, the govt is doing this to protect all the TAXPAYERS. If these ppl withdraw their lump sum and spend all unwisely (which you would admit many would), then when they run out of cash, the society has to look after them. Who pays? The govt will have to raise taxes (income tax, GST etc) to pay to look after these ppl. Hence, the govt is actually protecting YOU, the taxpayers, from additional financial burden in future to support these older Singaporeans who are irresponsible financially. .

      The govt is returning your money and more…by way of additional interest. Also, do not forget that the surpluses derived from the investments (part of which are from the Singapore bonds porceeds from CPF) are also channeled to the budget every year to fund social programmes, healthcare, education, infrastructure, medisave top ups etc. Hence, it is not fair to say that Singaporeans are not getting their fair share of money back. The money goes directly back into your pockets with interest, and another part goes to fund the country’s social budget which also benefits you and everybody else. The latter part is not taken into account by Roy, who does not see the whole picture and appears to take a myopic view of the situation.

  5. sibeh gong jiao way

    This is narcissism at its best. In the eyes of the public, you have lost credibility by defaming the PM (which you have acknowledged and apologised for).

    You think they will publish something from someone with no perceived credibility? Wake up lah. You pattern more than badminton.

    • @sibeh gong jiao way

      @sibeh gong jiao way,
      “which you have acknowledged and apologised for ?”
      yes, when you made him lost job & everything , he is deprived of life, but the kidnappers do not give up, he want more money, more and more ..

  6. sibeh gong jiao way

    Adding on, I like it that you are stirring useless shit. It’s kinda entertaining. You are going to be so ripped apart by the lao jiaos.

    • @sibeh gong jiao way

      @sibeh gong jiao way,
      Roy is a young man with a dream. when he proposed a dialogue with the Prime Minister, but our PM rejected it,
      It is our prime minister closed the door . In the 21st century, everyone has the right to write the feelings of his Heart, you can also write something to prove where is the capital fund from of Temasek holdings,

  7. BBC news

    A 63-year-old prime minister, one is 32-year-old unemployed youth,
    A very simple question : Temasek ‘s riginal capital is coming from where .

    32-year-old unemployed youth said from CPF, And all the evidence presented
    A 63-year-old prime minister said No, ok ! show us your evidence , Mr. Prime Minister .

    Mr. Prime Minister, people across the country are waiting for your evidence,
    Even if the young man died, our people still want the full evidence from you .

    listen, Prime Minister Lee,

    Without you evidence, Your libel case cannot be established,

  8. Savant

    With this post, you’ve now admitted that all the antics you’ve been performing is to gain attention in the media. I think you can apply to be an actor with mediacorp? They might consider, seeing how much funny stunts you’ve put out over the last 3 months.

    • reply Savant,

      reply Savant,
      We stand for justice, All people desire the progress of civilization are on his side now . you – Prime Minister Lee and his circle’s performance was made ​​into a movie by producer in Hollywood, nor is it a fairy tale.

    • Esther Chia

      Savant,
      a young thinker put down your original records archive, it was not ” funny stunts ” , Even you use the eraser out, but the originals are preserved in the library.

  9. Dr.Lee

    For any country, livelihood issues are the primary issues, if 60% people had hard life,Prime Minister’s Replace Is the trend.

      • we support Roy

        yeah , it is. Jim, the Prime Minister has been so many people hated, it must be justified. only in our blk, up to 70 years old, down to the young pregnant, all think he’s selfish person,a small-minded person, not suitable for prime minister. and we all are

  10. The Oracle

    Hey Roy, I have news for you! The mainstream media reports – news! It isn’t news anymore when you’ve said the same thing about 100 times.

    Your sense of self importance is laughable.

    • we support Roy

      hello The Oracle,
      You should come up with evidence to help your prime minister, Temasek’s original fund was from your grandfather ? if yes, show us the paper ! You don’t do the serious things, come to people’s blog just for shit, You’re not a good person

      • Xmen

        Hmm… who is holding the “evidence” and not making them public?

        For example,

        SM Lee: GIC does not use CPF funds.
        Tharman: Temasek Holdings has never managed CPF funds.

        Do you believe the above claims? Are we supposed to “produce firm evidence” before we can accuse them of lying? Only if they will make their books public….

  11. 亦时逡

    新加坡不是有工会吗 ?工人被李显龙总理解雇,还要告他, 真TMD欺人太甚 !你们的工会呢 ? 工会应该保护工人 , 起码替工人上诉 !你们工会吃大便的吗 ? 我们海外华人都看不下去啦!

    你们的国家非要搞到自己的国人这么穷,让外国人看不起, 他总理脸上有光嘛 ? 如果不改进, 被世界看笑话,对新加坡一点好处都没有 !

    作为总理,该55岁还给人家公积金, 就还给人家,起码做到诚信 . 耍赖不给,就是无赖 .

    还有告什么罪 ? 都是害人的手段, 住手吧 !坐下来, 向国民讲清楚, 这样你还可以活得健康一点 !你们过去的事迹我们都知道啦,你们搞到很多受害者,这里就不一一再提了。希望从现在开始,不要再作孽啦 !

    我们这边全部支持这位勇敢无畏的年轻人 !

  12. 亦时逡

    请将我的这个留言,转给李总理, 还有法官。

    人民行动党,你的名字开头是以人民为先, 人民选你们来带领,不是要你们只顾自己捞钱的。 你看看你们几个, 富得冒油, 光鲜亮丽, 而你们的国民家里穷得叮叮当当,瘦骨嶙嶙。让我们外国人都不忍心看到这些场景。 你们知道各国进来的百万富翁私底下怎么说吗 ? -- 穷鬼 !

    作为总理, 自己的国民被外国人骂穷鬼,难道不要改善吗 ?民族的尊严都受到威胁了 !还有搞内斗 ? 搞得和缅甸一样的紧张。没智慧。

    一条命能活多久,为什么不让这条命活得轻松一点,你们可以拿天价,至少给你们的国民留一个稳定的最低价。这种持续地不规划,将新加坡人陷入灾难。

    希望新加坡政府, 撤销对这位年轻人的起诉,为了给子孙造福,迈出崭新的一步 。

  13. Reply to Oracle

    Other than saying Roy’s half truths etc, why don’t you debunk Roy nice & proper with some hard facts rather than just one liners or plains links? Better still, create another blog to plainly just debunk him on everything he wrote? That would also prove your credibility. Remember credibility???? I’m sure you can do that, you rate of replies shows that you have no real life other than behind the keyboard. Time to make yourself REAL USEFUL for once

  14. WP

    Oracle did provide evidence in order post where he pointed out the real returns of GIC / our inflation rate / cpf additional 1% interest that was left out by Roy. In reality, Roy has painted a very gloom and unjust scenario in my opinion. I just hope more 2 sided truth can be presented and not biase against government policy. Like I mention in my other post, I really have no complains so far with what I am getting.

    • Melinda Dyne

      WP, Government should think about others who do not want to have their CPF in such a high risk fund, give them a choice with a higher % return if higher risk. Where is the Government getting the money from if the fund lost a lot of money, have you ever thought that it will be coming from us eventually, by increasing whatever the Government wants to increase, just to top up what’s being lost in all these Company they’ve created. That’s why they wanted to be paid very, very, well, above world’s biggest country level. They are the winners, you little Singaporean are all loser, they will be still earning a big salary whether these company make or lost. Is a person’s right to comment or make their own choice of investment, Government do not have the right to take and not return CPF and not given any option to a citizen’s saving. But of course is up to our great Singapore Government’s great decision to prove their governance!

      • Melinda Dyne

        The Singapore Government should be very transparent about the CPF money right from the beginning and how are they invested and should be reported every year closing, the more they hide the worst they prove of their bad governance! Be fair to your own citizen. LKY has commented recently that Singapore has been successful due to the work of our peoples!

  15. Deaf Toad's Toothpick

    @Squealer: Indeed. Making a blog to write stuff daily would be a nice thing. But most people have a job, and would do their work during office hours unlike Ngerng.

  16. brightyong

    This running dog – Shit times only publish articles which are in their master’s favour.
    Roy, I support u. whatever outcome of this suit, we will try our best to help u.

  17. tan

    If Roy is to question everything and expect every. answer to satisfy him and everyone else, no government will ever be able to achieve that . every policy and system has their merits and tradeoff. He just fail to seer the big picture. Basicallly he is finding fault in everything but fail to realise how fortunate we already are. Many young people are just that, too spoilt.

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  21. HJ

    Roy is just trying to stir up emotions and anger here everyone. Contrary to the sentiment in the blog, the hard truth is, most of the Singaporeans actually do not agree with Roy. Even anti-govt and opposition ppl do not agree with Roy on this CPF issue. This is also reflected in the low, dwindling turnouts at his HLP protests.

    What Tharman said in his reply to Roy has no contradictions. Roy is simply trying to find fault and twist the Minister’s / government’s words. The CPF money was initially used to build infrastructure in the early years. Later on, it was invested in Singapore bonds. The money is guaranteed safe to be returned from the bonds, while the proceeds from the bonds are used for investment together with the rest of the Singapore’s assets and even if these investments fail / lose money, the CPF money is not affected because of the Singapore bonds guarantee. Hence, there is a difference that the CPF money is kept separate from investment, especially from investment failures. .

    Contrary to what Roy says, your CPF money will be returned to you. However, what ppl do not like is that it is returned over your later part of your lifetime as opposed to one lump sum. However, the govt is doing this to protect all the TAXPAYERS. If these ppl withdraw their lump sum and spend all unwisely (which you would admit many would), then when they run out of cash, the society has to look after them. Who pays? The govt will have to raise taxes (income tax, GST etc) to pay to look after these ppl. Hence, the govt is actually protecting YOU, the taxpayers, from additional financial burden in future to support these older Singaporeans who are irresponsible financially. .

    The govt is returning your money and more…by way of additional interest. Also, do not forget that the surpluses derived from the investments (part of which are from the Singapore bonds porceeds from CPF) are also channeled to the budget every year to fund social programmes, healthcare, education, infrastructure, medisave top ups etc. Hence, it is not fair to say that Singaporeans are not getting their fair share of money back. The money goes directly back into your pockets with interest, and another part goes to fund the country’s social budget which also benefits you and everybody else. The latter part is not taken into account by Roy, who does not see the whole picture and appears to take a myopic view of the situation.

    • Asig

      Hopefully the readers here will be just as discerning. Am worried that Roy’s rants are too distorted and one-sided which are meant to induce emotional anger amongst ppl and sympathy for him rather than fighting for the real benefits for the people.

  22. Asig

    Would like to ask Roy why you cant help yourself first by finding a proper job, rather than constantly telling people that you have no job like some victimised martyr? And seeking sympathy to get ppl to donate to you? Have you tried looking for a new job?

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    Singapore Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong Want Teo En Ming Dead

    Singapore Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong want Teo En Ming dead. Lee Kuan Yew and Lee Hsien Loong want Teo En Ming to die young. I am only 36 years old. I do not want to die young. I want to live to a hundred years old and beyond!!! I want to live to a hundred years old and beyond!!! I want to live to a hundred years old and beyond!!! I want to live to a hundred years old and beyond!!! I want to live to a hundred years old and beyond!!!

    In fact, I want to live forever!!!
    In fact, I want to live forever!!!
    In fact, I want to live forever!!!
    In fact, I want to live forever!!!
    In fact, I want to live forever!!!

    Teo En Ming has filed an official complaint against the Singapore Government at the United Nations Human Rights Council Branch and the International Criminal Court. Read the letter here:

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    Teo En Ming’s Open Letter (Plea for Medical Help/Assistance) to World Leaders dated 27 August 2010. Read the letter here:

    http://lists.mcs.anl.gov/pipermail/mpich-discuss/2010-August/007811.html

    Mr. Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming)
    Singapore Citizen
    Republic of Singapore
    14 Jan 2015 Wednesday Singapore Time

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