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Would Singaporeans teach Hsien Loong that he made a historic mistake over immigration?

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Speaking at a news conference in Berlin yesterday, 20th September 2016, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has finally admitted she regrets Germany’s open-door immigration policy in allowing more than a million economic migrants into Germany. She said:- “If I could, I would turn back the time by many, many years.”

Germany is a huge country with a land mass of 358,000 km2, a population of 82 million and a population density of 227/km2 supporting an economy of US$3.38 trillion.

Singapore is a tiny red dot with a land mass of only 720 km2, a population of 5.7 million and a population density of 7,698/km2 supporting an economy of US$308 billion.

Already the Germans are kicking the living daylight out of Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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Here in Singapore, of the 5.7 million, 2.5 million are foreign economic predators, the root cause of our socio-economic woes making this place a sheer living hell.

Yet the 70% sleepwalking, brain-dead dimwits accepted this unpardonable misstep of this freaking government that continues with the relentless inflow of foreigners from around the world.

Read the EU Financial Times here: https://www.ft.com/content/11150514-7e78-11e6-8e50-8ec15fb462f4 (article behind paywall).


This is a letter from one of our readers, Frank.

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