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30% of EP, S-Pass applicants rejected so far this year

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Sat, 01 Dec 2012 8:22 pm

JayCee,

That's okay. I saw his posts earlier today and just figured "well just consider the source". I was almost tempted to ask him (seeing he prefers the top) what his position on 377A is, but then thought better of it. I don't believe he's a Singaporean OR Malaysia. I think he is Indonesian Chinese and combined with his preferences, is bound to give him a attitude problem anyway.

Mi Amigo,

He's insulting to PRs because he has tried and been found wanting. Probably his brokeback mountain tendencies might have some bearing on it as Singapore is still not really keen on giving LGBTs Permanent Residence and promoting that type of lifestyle. EPs are fine as they can just cancel the EP as and when they feel like it.

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Postby x9200 » Sun, 02 Dec 2012 8:12 am

He also started on this forum by advising how to explore loopholes in the system in case someone fails to obtain/renew h(er/is) EP. This gives him clearly the morality certificate to chase all the abusers, real, potential, imaginary and points to him as an ideal candidate for PR.

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Postby offshoreoildude » Sun, 02 Dec 2012 11:36 am

vestapo wrote:
offshoreoildude wrote:
vestapo wrote:
offshoreoildude wrote:
vestapo wrote:
offshoreoildude wrote:
I visited a factory that makes components for well completions in Nusajaya yesterday. Malaysia Boleh for sure. That place is rocking along.


Wait until you actually lived there and you will regret deeply. No way Malaysia can catch up with Singapore, simply because there are systematic things and structures that are hard to change there. Have you heard of Bumiputra? It is not coincident that Singapore GDP is many times higher than Malaysia and many Malaysian Chinese applying to work or become PR in Singapore; Malaysia is peaceful and beautiful from the outside but it lacks the energy and conditions inside that help industries to prosper there.


Go to hell Newbie. What do you think I am? I've been here long enough to to know this shit.


Like it or loathe it, you chose to live in Singapore, so do not say such thing as "sinking ship" to describe the country that give you the chance to earn a living here for years. You have been here for a long time and enjoyed so many benefits from this country yet once things are changed in the way that is not comfortable for you, the first thing you think of is to move to another greener pasture! 10% of PR have been here for over 20 years yet never consider to take Singapore citizenship, are you one of them? And stop being arrogant here, using the word sh*t just show what kind of person you are!


I'm not having some newbie tell me about Malaysia. I've been around long enough to know the difference between SG and MY. My point - which you seem to have missed - is that MY appears to be coming up. I was surprised at how much it seems to have moved and I was certainly surprised at the quality of the factory I was in. And Vestapo - - don't you DARE criticize my loyalty to Singapore. You have no idea of how much I've put into this little red dot.



If you are truly lawyal to Singapore, you should have taken the most important step to naturalize and become a Singaporean, not to sit on the fence and enjoy the best of both worlds. If you still want the cake and eat it too, one cannot help but question your motive of getting the PR many years ago as you are also like any other foreigners who treat Singapore as a work dormitory instead of a home.

No matter how much you contributed Singapore, you have also reaped more benefits from it, it is just business after all!


Horseshit. I gave up a job earning over $300,000 a year in Australia for a job on less than half to raise a SC child that my ex wife stole from me. I adopted an abandoned SC baby to give her a chance in life. I've paid roughly $100,000 in income tax and much more in GST. I have NOT benefited from being a PR and frankly that's the type of PR's Singapore needs; those who are here for more than financial reasons. You? You're just a bloody user and loser who wants to suck of the PAP teat while sticking your cock in other men's poopers. Go to hell.
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Postby zzm9980 » Sun, 02 Dec 2012 1:56 pm

vestapo wrote:
offshoreoildude wrote:
vestapo wrote:
offshoreoildude wrote:
vestapo wrote:
offshoreoildude wrote:
I visited a factory that makes components for well completions in Nusajaya yesterday. Malaysia Boleh for sure. That place is rocking along.


Wait until you actually lived there and you will regret deeply. No way Malaysia can catch up with Singapore, simply because there are systematic things and structures that are hard to change there. Have you heard of Bumiputra? It is not coincident that Singapore GDP is many times higher than Malaysia and many Malaysian Chinese applying to work or become PR in Singapore; Malaysia is peaceful and beautiful from the outside but it lacks the energy and conditions inside that help industries to prosper there.


Go to hell Newbie. What do you think I am? I've been here long enough to to know this shit.


Like it or loathe it, you chose to live in Singapore, so do not say such thing as "sinking ship" to describe the country that give you the chance to earn a living here for years. You have been here for a long time and enjoyed so many benefits from this country yet once things are changed in the way that is not comfortable for you, the first thing you think of is to move to another greener pasture! 10% of PR have been here for over 20 years yet never consider to take Singapore citizenship, are you one of them? And stop being arrogant here, using the word sh*t just show what kind of person you are!


I'm not having some newbie tell me about Malaysia. I've been around long enough to know the difference between SG and MY. My point - which you seem to have missed - is that MY appears to be coming up. I was surprised at how much it seems to have moved and I was certainly surprised at the quality of the factory I was in. And Vestapo - - don't you DARE criticize my loyalty to Singapore. You have no idea of how much I've put into this little red dot.



If you are truly lawyal to Singapore, you should have taken the most important step to naturalize and become a Singaporean, not to sit on the fence and enjoy the best of both worlds. If you still want the cake and eat it too, one cannot help but question your motive of getting the PR many years ago as you are also like any other foreigners who treat Singapore as a work dormitory instead of a home.

No matter how much you contributed Singapore, you have also reaped more benefits from it, it is just business after all!


Best of both world? If your "best" is just eligibility to buy a resale HDB, pay CPF, and have a perma-PEP, then sure.

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Postby the lynx » Mon, 03 Dec 2012 8:49 am

vestapo,

Just one note, in case you happened to ignorant of this.

Some of the PRs here can't be citizens because the government just won't let them be.

(too old, not the right race, still makes the mint to be considered to be renewed for REP).

Please refrain from insulting others here if you want to salvage the remains of your credibility here.

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Postby x9200 » Mon, 03 Dec 2012 9:14 am

Taking the citizenship of any other country does not make anybody loyal to this country so the point linking these two is just a BS.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 03 Dec 2012 11:16 am

the lynx wrote:vestapo,

Just one note, in case you happened to ignorant of this.

Some of the PRs here can't be citizens because the government just won't let them be.

(too old, not the right race, still makes the mint to be considered to be renewed for REP).

Please refrain from insulting others here if you want to salvage the remains of your credibility here.


Truer words were never spoken. Lots of spouses here that are on Family Ties PR are in that situation.

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Postby v4jr4 » Tue, 04 Dec 2012 11:45 am

sundaymorningstaple wrote:
the lynx wrote:vestapo,

Just one note, in case you happened to ignorant of this.

Some of the PRs here can't be citizens because the government just won't let them be.

(too old, not the right race, still makes the mint to be considered to be renewed for REP).

Please refrain from insulting others here if you want to salvage the remains of your credibility here.


Truer words were never spoken. Lots of spouses here that are on Family Ties PR are in that situation.


A loaded PR who contributes a lot to the little red dot (like giving son, own a house) can't be SCs due to their race. Pretty strange for me.
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