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UNHEALTHY lifestyle habits amongst PAP leaders raise taxation rates for all.

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    UNHEALTHY lifestyle habits amongst PAP leaders raise taxation rates for all.
    Only PAP MPs/ MP candidates are bestowed by PA, elite gahmen titles and funds as "advisers to grassroots organisations" (in all INCLUDING opposition MP held constituencies), thus, it is by following the UNHEALTHY habits and lifestyles of their "advisers to grassroots organisations" that many Singaporeans suffer ill health and the attendant stratospherically high societal healthcare costs burden and the increased taxes to fund them.

    "As of 2010, more than half of Singapore's adult population between 18 and 69 years old have high cholesterol, four in 10 are overweight or obese, a quarter have prediabetes or diabetes and about one in five has hypertension."

    Prime minister Lee Hsien Loong (+ entourage) personally queuing up for his favourite (deep-oil) fried chicken wings:
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    KBW showing off his $8 urgent heart bypass to bypass life threatening levels of fat and cholesterol had been found built up over the years and blocking his heart arteries.
    [​IMG] https://www.facebook.com/notes/theo...n-wan-pays-s8-for-bypass-surgery/446633433963
    Finance minister Heng Swee Kiat boast sleeping 4hrs/night, which probably resulted in his near fatal stroke no less:
    "Fellow Tampines MP Desmond Choo was also shocked at the news.
    "We've never heard anything like this. To me, he's like Superman," said Mr Choo.
    "The number of hours he works and the kind of attention span he has, it's amazing."
    The 2012 Hougang by-election candidate recalled the days when he worked closely with Mr Heng, whom he sees as a fatherly figure and source of inspiration.
    "During the by-election period, we would discuss issues until 2am and he would ask me to go home," said Mr Choo.
    "'As a candidate, you need rest,' he would tell me while he continued working with activists. When I returned in the morning, at about 6.30am, he'd already be there."
    http://www.tnp.sg/news/singapore/shanmugam-heng-was-carrying-incredible-load
    [​IMG] http://www.straitstimes.com/singapo...t-apologises-for-not-being-able-to-attend-ndp
    PM LHL, too much fried wings/chendol (fatty food) or skipped sleep before presenting NDR2016: a mild, recoverable stroke on stage unless u buy the official explanation of mere physical exhaustion? Is it easier being an Olympic athlete (paid $1m in SG for gold medal) or PM (paid $3m/p.a.): from this simple comparison, i submit that the PM definitely needs more exercise than the medical prescribed minimum of 150mins/week. J Schooling I believe exercises every day of the week. As for the rest of Singapore, diabetes rates (and their consequential medical costs) just keep going up.
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