Here appear occasional jottings of my random musings. Profound or jejune, they reveal the contours of my mental universe, with world history, intellectual history, civilizations, philosophy, religion, society, knowledge, and books as some major themes. Since May 2011, this blog has been exclusively focused on Singapore. All my other reflections are now posted in "Notes from Noosphere" (see link under "Miscellany" on the right margin).
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Poverty eradicated in Singapore, said Kishore Mahbubani
Kishore Mahbubani, dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, said, "There are no homeless, destitute or starving people (in Singapore). Poverty has been eradicated."
This is the calibre of our docile, subservient, government-approved intellectuals.
Posted by Helluo Librorum at 11:03 AM
Labels: poverty in Singapore, Singapore
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