Friday, February 17, 2012

So Much Sex and So Little Babies

Ever wonder why there is so much bonking and so little babies in Singapore?

If the alleged fornications of the following were true, can Lee Hsien Loong's begging for more Singapore babies every year be met if they do it differently?
  1. Soon to be Former Hougang MP Yaw Shin Leong alleged extra-marital bonking
  2. Former Chief of Singapore Civil Defence Force, Peter Lim's alleged corrupt bonking
  3. Former Chief of Central Narcotics Bureau, Ng Boon Gay's alleged corrupt bonking
  4. 80 professionals and civil servants (including a top primary school principal) allegedly listed as clients of an internet prostitution ring who now are losing sleep over their libido and K-Bonking
Jokes aside. Let's seriously consider why Singaporeans do not wish to replace themselves with children of their own.

High Cost:
In terms of money, it is getting very costly to have a baby in Singapore. It gets worse when you have to provide them a livelihood and education while they grow up. The labour pain happens not only during delivery of the baby but lasts for 20 years or more. 
  • Delivery Cost: It can go by the thousands of dollars even at KK Hospital.
  • Food Cost: Starts with breast's followed by formula milk, followed by regular food when they grow up.
  • Attire Cost: Starts with diapers (nappies) followed by growing up clothes which can kill when the kids tell you they need stuff like Nike, Adidas etc. Worse, they may ask for 'lagi atas' brands!
  • Education Cost: From Nursery School to Tertiary Education. Just take a look at the cost alone at tertiary level of a 4 year Business Program:
    SGD $
    Singapore
    Australia
    USA
    UK
    Tuition Fees
    $24,440
    $144,000
    $196,000
    $180,000
    Living Cost
    $33,000
    $75,400
    $92,800
    $84,000
    Total Cost
    $57,740
    $219,400
    $288,800
    $264,000
    Let us assume an inflation rate of just 3% annually for the next 18 years
    SGD $
    Singapore
    Australia
    USA
    UK
    Tuition Fees
    $24,440
    $144,000
    $196,000
    $180,000
    Tuition Fees inflation
    $41,604
    $245,150
    $333,676
    $306,438
    Living Cost
    $33,000
    $75,400
    $92,800
    $84,000
    Living Cost inflation
    $56,180
    $128,363
    $157,985
    $143,004
    Total Cost @ inflation
    $97,784
    $373,513
    $491,661
    $449,442
(Source: Cost of basic business degree in Singapore. (www.nus.edu.sg), Cost of basic business degree in UK, US and Australia (TODAY, 4 October 2005), myCPF http://mycpf.cpf.gov.sg/CPF/my-cpf/have-child/HC5.htm)
  • Transport Cost: Starts with the school bus to nursery school and adult fare (sorry no discount) for polytechnic and local university students, not forgetting air fares if your kid can't qualify for local U but need a tertiary education overseas.
  • Enrichment Cost: Apart from paying for basic education, enrichment classes is going to cost a bomb, depending on what you go for. Try Learning Lab, anyone?
  • Miscellaneous Cost: A computer, a notebook, an ipad and, of course, a smartphone is a must if you want your kid to survive. If a child is a hobbyist, artist and/or active sports person, additional expenses for mountain bike, piano and other sports equipment goes with the territory.
With the ever increasing cost of living - hike in food prices, transportation and the latest announcement of increase in Polytechnics and University fees, it can be scary for average earning couples to contemplate procreating.

Happiness
Apart from the material point of view, young couples are concerned about the 'culture' (or lack of it) in Singapore. The 'kiasu', 'kiasi', 'kia bo lui' and 'kia chenghu' mindset inculcated by the power that is, for the past 40 years, to consolidate their power is not helping young couples to celebrate life! The constant threats [Link] and lack of democratic freedom make breathing difficult for vocal concerned Singaporeans. This has created much unhappiness. If they are not happy, can we blame them for not  creating another life to suffer the misery of being a Singaporean? 

Political Leadership:
The latest response to the Yaw Shin Leong's expulsion from Workers' Party by The Chairman and Secretary-General of PAP may be another reason why Singaporeans aren't bonking to have babies. Do you want your child to listen to the following crap?



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The face tells . . . 

SINGAPORE - Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has said there is no fixed time within which he must call a by-election.
Responding to media queries over the Workers' Party's expulsion of its MP for Hougang, Yaw Shin Leong, Mr Lee said an election is a very serious matter and noted that Singapore just had a General Election less than a year ago. "Now, the Hougang SMC is vacant, as a result of what Mr Yaw Shin Leong has done, and the way the WP has handled the matter". He said that "the WP has let down the voters of Hougang".
On whether a by-election in Hougang will be held, and the timing, Mr Lee said he "will consider the matter carefully". He added that "there are many other issues on the national agenda right now". [Link]


We pay $2.2million (or more, who knows?) to one who who cannot handle a by election because of "many other issues on the national agenda right now"? It is a fooking shame that a PM has to handle such nitty-gritty instead of delegating it to Yammy or someone else in the Election Department. Yes, Singaporeans are ashamed to have their offspring see such "buying and fixing" foot-in-mouth disease! That't why they are not reproducing.

This is worse!
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To come clean, I think the Chairman of PAP needs to to let us know why Lee Kuan Yew, Goh Chok Tong, Wong Kan Seng, Mah Bow Tan and Raymond Lim were relieved of their ministerial portfolios after they were voted into Parliament in May 2011. Based on Khaw's whiter than white 'come (cum) cleanliness', why are such ex-ministers seldom seen or heard in the parliamentary proceedings for the past 9 months? Getting 'gaji buta' as MP's? I think the people has been misled by the People Action Party!

Sylvia Lim and Low Thia Kiang of WP has come clean with the fact that Yaw Shin Leong, though given the chance,  did not bother to share with his party when given the opportunity to reveal the truth of the matter. The delay by WP to reveal their stance, compared to the investigation of other cases like Kong Hee or other top civil servants, if to be faulted, must be weighted fairly. Come clean? Yes, please do! We are waiting!

Khaw said that in the political arena one's private life becomes public and one loses all privacy? Now I know why the PAP is suffering in its recruitment drive for new candidates. Does it become so public that one has to strip oneself to show the 'zipper' on one's chest to show one has gone through the trial by fire of a CABG (Coronary Artery Bypass Graft) surgery?  With due respect to Minister Khaw, I beg him to look within himself and his party before spouting crap that may be detrimental to his personal health and that of his party. Having a bypass does not anoint one to be wiser and more righteous than others.

Khaw bragged about his $8 bypass operation. He almost cried and seek sympathy votes for his blistered feet and heart in an 'emo show' [Link] which sadly BG Tan Chuan-Jin picked up to justify his million dollar salary with the 'sacrifice' crap. [Link]

With all the fooking wayangs that's been demonstrated thus far, can we blame Singaporeans for not fooking to have more babies?

Too bad that there's so much sex and so little babies in Singapore!

feedmetothefish

Note:
'lagi atas' = higher class (Malay)
'kiasu' = fear of loss (Hokkien)
'kiasi' = fear of death (Hokkien)
'kia bo lui' = fear of no money (Hokkien)
'kia chenghu' = fear of PAP government (Hokkien)
'gaji buta" = blind salary (Malay)










25 Comments:

At February 17, 2012 at 8:01 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well said. Thanks for writing out all our angst !

Now, I know how the ministers are chosen, more for the little grey matter upstairs, thick skin and garbage mouth !

Sad !

 
At February 17, 2012 at 9:32 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another point is with time and money spent raising and nurturing your child, maybe to serve NS as well. You find that the government can easily replace them with cheap foreigners. Therefore all your efforts comes to a waste of time.

 
At February 17, 2012 at 10:23 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pleasssee do not make(procreate) anyone to suffer in Sin unless You ensure that You will give your 'bestest' to your creation.

patriot

 
At February 17, 2012 at 11:22 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/george-hobica/singapore-i-love-you-here_b_1276634.html?ref=travel

Not really what..if you read this paid-for-article by STB, you will know why Sex in this Sin City is very happening and Vices are Good! (Maybe except for politicians & Educators & Civil Servants - since they ALL must be some joyless automatons who cannot enjoy vices)..

Or maybe this only applies to FT (foreigners trash) and PR (Permanent Rubbish) just not to Locals. Again, one set of vice law for them, one set of vice law for us mere mortals.

 
At February 17, 2012 at 12:11 PM , Blogger Gintai_昇泰 said...

You just spoke up for us! I got a fren not so educated but could analyse the reality in Sin city very well. He says when young couple about to fook at night. The moment they thought of the scary costs of raising a child and on top of the ever increasing prices all around with stagnant pay, his libido took a dive. Dared not bonk! Cuz they didn't want their children to be slaves to the system! Work all your life your money in CPF becomes govt money is one example! Use ur own CPF to pay medical bills also kena pay Admin fee! KNN! What sort of fucking system is this? They keep squeezing ppl's money at every foreseeable opportunity!

Someone pointed out here tt the govt could easily replace ur children with cheap FTs! So what's the point if u spent so much money and they serve NS for the country protecting the rich but end up with no jobs or cheap paying jobs due to influx cheap FTs? Really langgar terus! KNN !

 
At February 20, 2012 at 5:01 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love your posts. Provides me with some balance to the one-sided reporting in the MSM. Keep it up !

 
At February 21, 2012 at 1:04 AM , Blogger FeedMeToTheFish said...

Very rarely do I respond to comments in my posts. It can be vexatious and self-debilitating. However, I'm grateful to know that there is an appreciative crowd who keeps encouraging me to keep keeping it up.

With letters from lawyers flying around from ministers to bloggers lately, those who love me are concerned about what may happen to me should I hit the raw nerve of the rich, famous and powerful. My response has always been:

'We live, we die. In between, we learn some and we do some. In one's own perception of justice and equality, peace and democratic decency, we do what we must do. In my blogging, I do some. In all honesty, I'm doing it for myself. To get it off my chest. To prevent dementia. To prevent another heart attack! To be a less 'Kiasu', less 'Kiasi' and less 'Kia Chenghu' Singaporean!"

The comment from Anonymous of February 20, 2012 5:01 PM has inspired me to comment here.

Many thanks to all of you for your kindness, attention, 'flow' and keeping me up!

Cheers,
feedmetothefish

 
At February 26, 2012 at 11:20 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The PAP has to come clean on allegations of it's party members as well. PAP doesn't even bother to 'mislead' or explain they just cramp bootlickers into GRCs and into govt. What do they say? Nothing. That's the same as Yaw. So why is Yaw's silence so different from their silence? Why is Shanmugam and Grace Foo's silence acceptable? Just because Shanmugam engaged a lawyer? Lee Hsien Yang also engaged lawyer. Yaw does not have backing. Actually, if there are people who dares to stand up to speak and take Shanmugam and Lee Hsien Yang to court, then the story may unfold like NKF. Didn't NKF also send lawyer letters to the journalists before and made them apologise? But who's right in the end? Those initially threatened by law.

 
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