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HOPE wins over FEAR in Brexit – Will we vote in HOPE and see PAPxit and LEExit?

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By: Tan Jee Say
Experts, economists, government and business leaders tried to strike fear into the minds of British voters by warning economic hardships but majority of the voters did not believe them and many even defiantly told them, so what? Instead they voted for hope and took back control over their own destiny.
Similarly in every election in Singapore, PAP and their cronies in business, media, academia, grassroots and other organisations, have invariably warned of dire consequences if PAP is not voted in. It is this fear that gives PAP a blank cheque to do as they like without accountability. If instead, Singaporeans wake up and courageously vote for hope like the British people, we will see not only PAPxit but also LEExit and take back control over our own destiny. Let’s make this happen.
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Republished from Tan Jee Say’s FB.

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