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I run for a crown in heaven

I am here not to be a King. But a servant for all. I run for a crown in heaven. So everything in this world does not matter to me. I will make a difference in your life. I live the Christian Faith. And I follow Jesus ways. Nothing in this world matters. Except following my Lord. Everything in this World I will change. Towards a Perfect Economy. No more poverty, wars and destruction. A world of Peace and Prosperity. Technological advancement and Innovations. Towards an Eternal life. When my Lord comes again. I have always believed in God’s promises, whatever you give you will get many folds in return. It does not matter in this world or the world to come. My God will never forsake his promises.

Contributed by Oogle.

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God showed me the future, train me and ask me to solve the World’s problems

I am equipped with a brain that is 10000 times the normal and is even faster than the most advanced quantum computer. God taught me everything and He command me to solve all the problems of the world. I can create an invention every hour and technologies out of this world. I can sample data and create hundreds of view to find any solution you want and know what the results is even without trying the full load. That is my secret of my extraordinary skills. All I need is the internet to watch a video, read a news report or any scientific report and identify the problem. Within 1 hour I can get you any solutions and paths or strategy you need to succeed.

This website(Patreon Website) contains all the knowledge of solving the World’s problems by using Singapore as an example. It also gives you an insight to the world of investments and what the future will be like. You need money to make money and this website does not promote speculation. Neither do we promote quick fixes and get rich quick schemes. There will be Q & A, Discussions, Comments, Video Chats from members to gain future insights on everything to reach the Perfect Economy. Every single one of my websites are different and there will not be duplication in knowledge.

The New Economy – The Perfect Economy https://www.theneweconomysg.com

The New Economy – The Perfect Economy Podcast https://www.buzzsprout.com/270429

God gave me a near impossible task. Other than need to create trillions of dollars with technology and innovations, there will be changes to everything for reforms from the Old economy to the New Economy. I have taken the very first steps to prove what I am saying and show to the World I am able to achieve all God wanted me to do to eradicate poverty. Mark my words and see the results for yourself. It took me more than 7 years of research without getting a single cent to reach where I am today(My Linkedin Profile linkedin.com/in/gilbert-tan-ts) and I am now making everything public as I need every citizens co-operation to make the economy PERFECT again. I will plan, take step by step goals and maximise resources until I reach my final destination. The World does not believe anything I say until they see REAL MONEY. Now is the time I am going to prove them WRONG. The World does not recognise me and I dun care because I do not require FAME. I will raise Billions when I setup my Non Profit(ITforNonProfitsg.org) although it is not for me as I do not need it to live a minimistic lifestyle. The work I am doing already helped millions all around the world when they create variations of my inventions I did not patent cause my intention is to create jobs for everyone by pumping billions of technology into the economy cause I do not want to make slaves out of everyone and if I need help, all I need to do is ASK. I have already achieved all I setup to do. Last goal is to link all the World’s exchanges together using BITCOIN with HFT and Super AI quantum computers and waiting for atomic swaps to be completed. What will be the future? Is it a decentralised exchange or only for contracts and payment? I am setting up my Dream Team and if you think you can contribute drop me a mail. I will make sure it will be worth your while. If you have a need of my expertise and you need help, email admin@geniussolutionssg.com My God taught me all will be done in according to his will and we just have to be patient and wait for the right time. Just do everything you need to do and leave the rest to God who will perform his miracle least you think you are doing it with your own ability, let God`s name be EXALTED above all the world. And it will be DONE.

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I am the Catalyst

I am the Catalyst

I am the Catalyst, 
Not a destroyer or a raider, 
Not a toppler of governments, 
Nor a seller of secrets, 
Neither a hacker or code breaker, 
But I have developed the tools, 
That will help you find your own future, 
Of your technologies and products/services, 
The solutions of the world, 
Whatever information you provide, 
I will find you the answers, 
And the answers will be as accurate as, 
The information you provide, 
If your information is flawed so will the answers be, 
I have no choice, 
In order to reach my goals, 
I have to step and cross, 
Some unhappy people, 
But there is nothing to fear, 
I do not steal or take, 
Things that do not belong to me, 
If I have borrowed I will return with premiums, 
The results of my studies, 
There is a pie big enough for everyone, 
To compete and share, 
And develop the next generation of technologies, 
To reap what you sow

Why the PAP ideology is now outdated. Today it is Human Capital and Talents

WHY THE PAP GOVT IS MONEY MINDED: it is PAP philosophy since the begining. When Dr Goh Keng Swee was Minister of Finance he even washed his own underwear when travelling overseas. Making money and saving money is foundational to PAP ideology.

A civil servant who makes money for the govt is valued. So everyone tries very hard and use all their intelligence to justify the taxes, fees, charges etc.

Money is virtue! Saving and making money is the highest virtue. Spending money is sinful! This is PAP philosophy from then till now. Jewel is one exception but then again it is investment to bring in more tourist dollar!

If you are not rich you have no virtue. If you are poor it is because you have squandered your talents and opportunities. To help you is therefore to endorse your slothfulness and your stupidity. This is soul destroying.

Handouts must therefore be stingy and to be very suspicious.

Govt is not evil. It is just being prudent and truthful to its operating ideology – accumulating money is virtue!

What the people of HK need to learn about their protests

The below piece is written by Dr Patrick Liew and I totally agree with him. With violence what do you acheived in the end when the state of economy in Hong Kong collapses and many will lose their jobs? Contributed by Oogle.

Protest Like Hong Kongers?

I would rather have the freedom to value-add and contribute to the growth of the country than the freedom to destroy the economy and society.

I would rather have the freedom to speak responsibly than the freedom to stop others from traveling properly in public transportation and private vehicles.

I would rather have the freedom to act honourably than the freedom to harass passers-by, the elderly, women, tourists, and the police.

I would rather have the freedom to volunteer for initiatives to take our people forward than the freedom to prevent others from going to work and running their businesses properly.

I would rather have the freedom to live in a society that abides by law and order than the freedom to destroy public and private belongings.

I would rather have the freedom to move around the country safely than the freedom to cause frustrations, anger and fear.

I would rather have the freedom to speak up against the authorities and propose solutions than the freedom to insist that they abide by our expectations and aspirations.

I would rather have the freedom to engage in appropriate dialogues and consultations than the freedom to blindly adopt western-style democracy without any details on how to make that system work in our unique culture and society.

I would rather have the freedom to help my own country than the freedom to ask foreign countries to interfere with and influence the governance of my country.

I would rather have the freedom to transform a piece of rock, with hardly any natural resources, into a liveable and lovable country than the freedom to destroy peace and progress.

https://www.quora.com/When-will-Singaporeans-learn-to-protest-like-Hong-Kongers-Why-do-they-tolerate-the-PAP-for-so-long/answer/Patrick-Liew-5?ch=10&share=17e90f44&srid=uL2Gz

Can Singapore follow Shenzhen progress? The Singapore Govt does not have a clue to achieve it

We are at least 5 years behind where Shenzhen’s model will be followed closely by the rest of the world where applications may be called by a different name with a local flavour but the use is the same. Contributed by Oogle.

This sobering article gets to the core of many of the conflicts we see around the world and the changes happening.

Authoritarian regimes and everything they stand for are being rejected globally as people become educated and informed and understand what they stand for but the regimes, for many selfish reasons, resist any form of compromise or change which inevitably leads to conflict.

This process is accelerated by the masses now seeing the rest of the world as direct comparisons to themselves as well as experiencing extreme rich poor divides at home as the authoritarians enrich themselves at the expense of those they oppress and can no longer hide this Hard Truth anymore.

In the Singapore context we must hope that either our current rulers, who are showing all the signs of preparing to oppress physically if their mind games eventually fail, come to their senses and change course before the tipping point is reached or the people awake en’masse and use the small democratic window they have left to throw them of at the ballot box.

I am still surprised that there is not enough wisdom and courage left within the ruling party ranks to stand up to those who want to rule by a combination of widespread force (either psychological or physical) on the ground and what amounts to little more than legalized bribery at other levels.

Surely they must see that this is unsustainable and only genuine leadership and taking care of all and not just your own is the future across the planet and if we do not adopt this path we will have no future within it?

They could oppress for a time, maybe even long enough to let the “people” die off or emigrate but who would replace them? The foreigners they are banking on (and they are already flooding in to replace us with) will eventually not wish to be part of this and other countries will no longer accept such trading partners. Then what happens to their Machiavellian plans for total ownership and domination?

Singapore will end due to a mixture of greed, hubris, ego, incompetence and a stubbornness to know when it is time to step aside and for what? Most of them have already enriched themselves with enough wealth for many lifetimes and yet still they want more?

Either they must wake up or we collectively do else we face either quiet extinction under iron rule or going out with a Hong Kong’eseque bang under state sanctioned violence in 5 to 10 years time when our tipping point is reached.

Either way without a change of course Singapore is finished it is just a matter of time.

This is what has happened for thousands of years when dynastic rulers and dictators have risen and still continues true today. For all our “education” can’t we learn this simple fact of history?

Warning ; You cannot monetise your Old HDB flat, it is only meant for use

In May 2019, the government relaxed rules for older people looking to buy old flats using more money from their CPF accounts. The aim of amending the rules was primarily to improve the demand for older flats, so that the value of older flats may be maintained for longer.

One of the examples quoted in the Ministry of Manpower’s press release described a couple, John (age 48) and Jane (age 45), who is buying an old 4-room flat with 50 years left on the lease. The age of Jane, the youngest buyer, and the remaining lease equals to 95 years in total, satisfying the new criteria for using CPF to fund their purchase in full. The price of the flat is $430,000. Under the new rules, all $430,000 may be paid from the couple’s CPF accounts. Under the previous rules, CPF usage was capped at 80% of the value of the old flat, i.e. $344,000. Thus, the new rules allow the buyers an increase of $86,000 CPF usage.

Market watchers were quick to highlight the benefits of the change of rules, pointing out that the new rules will “help unlock values of older houses that were artificially depressed by the previous CPF rules.” (Source: “A CPF key to unlocking values of older homes”, TODAY, 11 August 2019)

The values of older flats will be unlocked. Really? What gives?

All we need is to run a deficit for 5 years but the Govt has no good ideas to use our reserves to solve problems, just push all problems to it’s citizens by inflating everything with bad policies

Do not leave debts to the next generation – draw on the Reserves now ! Why are we keeping the reserves for gambling only ???

Minister Chan Chun Sing said that accountability means not leaving debts to the next generation. I think that a better term to describe it is – financial responsibility.

This implies that a person is not financially responsible when he or she have to leave debts to the next generation.

Debts could be caused by spending beyond one’s means. However, it can also be caused by events beyond one’s control.

Here are some examples:

a) The family incurs a large debt due to medical bills

b) The family loses a lot of money on bad investments that were sold by approved institutions. These include the credit linked notes that went bad during the global financial crisis in 2008, the structured products that are now being sold by the banks and the recent Hyflux preference shares and perpetual securities.

c) The family over-invested in expensive HDB flats bought on the resale market which eventually have no value on expiry of the lease.

In all these cases, the government could have played a more effective role in looking after the interest of ordinary people and ensure that they are not taken advantage by more sophisticated parties.

If the government fails in this duty and responsibility, it is not acting to the standard of accountability that is expected.

KL Tan

Why meddling in domestic politics should be discouraged and banned

Should we allow foreigners to meddle with our country’s affairs?

Many leaders in Hong Kong have said that the recent protests were influenced and supported by foreign forces.

If true, it’s not surprising because throughout history, we have seen how foreign entities have influenced different countries and caused major damages to them.

These countries include countries in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

In a highly interconnected world and with advanced technology, dark forces both within the country and without can influence Singapore in a substantial and yet, subtle way, and cause major effects on our country and progress.

For example, advanced data analytics was used by Cambridge Analytica to influence US voters for the benefit of Republican candidate Donald Trump.

https://www.google.com.sg/amp/s/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN1KL2FG

https://www.google.com.sg/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/mar/22/cambridge-analytica-scandal-the-biggest-revelations-so-far

In addition, results of ongoing investigations by the United States government suggests that Russia had also manipulated voters’ opinions and influence outcomes of the 2016 presidential election.

 

 

Can interference by foreign entities affect Singapore negatively?

Case in point, it was not long ago that many fake news from overseas were circulated about relations between Singapore and China.

Despite clarifications by our authorities and local press, there were many Singaporeans who chose to believe the anti-Singapore side of the story.

They have not only formed a position based on third party’s opinions, they were also persuading others to tarnish our foreign policy and affect our image.

Many of the emotionally-charged responses to those fake news were beset with more lies, half truths, and other misinformation.

http://www.straitstimes.com/opinion/3-myths-about-spore-china-ties

As a general rule of thumb, we should never let foreign entities interfere directly or indirectly with our domestic affairs because it may affect our country, society and future.

Our country’s affairs include our political system, government, policies and laws, and how we run our country, and other material aspects of our country and people.

As an aside, there is a world of difference between interfering with domestic affairs, to foreign investments and contributions.

Obviously, we should continue to solicit and approve essential foreign direct investments to strengthen our economy.

Invite and allow foreign entities and foreigners to help improve our assets, knowledge, skills, connections and other resources.

And welcome them to research about us, and share their knowledge and expertise with us.

However, they should not take any initiative to influence our culture, belief, values, governance, political system, and direction.

We should stand firm, and be vigilant.

Adopt measures to prevent foreign entities from using their funds and various initiatives to mould us according to their image.

We cannot let them take direct or indirect action, financially or otherwise to shape our future.

https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/politics/article/3020829/former-hong-kong-leader-tung-chee-hwa-accuses-united-states

This National Day a tribute to LKY – By Dr Patrick Liew

Happy 54th National Day – I Miss Him

This year’s National Day Parade will be the fifth year that we will not be seeing Mr Lee Kuan Yew, one of our founding fathers.

He left us on 23 March 2015.

I still miss him.

Mr Lee Kuan Yew went into the gladiator’s arena to fight not for his life but for his country.

His enemies were stronger then, and they had support coming from different countries.

There were dark forces lurking behind shadows, manipulating many impressionable minds and agitating people at some of their lowest instincts.

The battle had no rules.

Nobody expected a fair fight.

It was more than a game of chance. It would be a fight to the last breath.

The prize was not for fame and glory but for the destiny of a people.

A migrant people that were made up of more spectators than players, more observers than participants, and more critics than supporters.

That was the context of the battle.

It took a man of courage and street smartness to turn the tide.

An iron hand to restore stability and engineer growth for our economy and society.

It took a strong leader to galvanize the energy of our people and channel it in the right direction and build on a dream.

It required great leadership to inspire a talented team of leaders to transform Singapore from a third-world country to become a first-world country.

A clean heart and mind to free oneself and the government from the clutches of corruption, abuse, and destruction.

Effective vision, execution, and grit were needed to turn a little red dot into one of the most admired countries in the world.

Thank God, we had Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his team fighting on our side.

Mr Lee was a man of our time and together with his team, he led us out of a dark period.

Along the way, he made many sacrifices for our nation.

Led us from one victory to another and help to bring forth a successful Singapore.

He was not perfect but his contributions have made a positive and lasting difference to our future.

I can’t think of another leader that could have done the same for us.

Mr Lee Kuan Yew is respected by many in different quarters of society, including many other great leaders and politicians.

If you travel all over the world, you would realise that Singapore is widely considered as a model for many countries.

It’s a pride and joy to say, “I am a Singaporean.”

For that, we must largely thank Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his team for what they have done and achieved for us.

After he left us, the country continued to grow.

We can look forward to the future with a sense of hope and optimism.

That was how our history was made. Destiny crafted in posterity.

It happened because of one man and his team.

Thank you Mr Lee Kuan Yew.

Words cannot describe how much I miss him.