Read all about how the Court of Appeal prevents Singaporeans from appealing the unfair decision of a High Court judge, that the CPF savings of Singaporeans belong to the NZ Ministry of Social Development (i.e. taxed 100%) while the CPF savings of their ex-Premier, SIR John Key and thousands of Kiwis who worked in Singapore and collected their CPF money are tax-free and belong only to them. If this is not DISCRIMINATION, what do you call it? Singaporeans are lesser beings than their own people?
Criminals have the right of appeal to the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court, but Singaporeans have to ask permission to appeal the unfair decision of a High Court judge by applying for Leave to Appeal to the Court of Appeal, and denied the right to appeal.
DISCRIMINATION. John Key confirmed his tax-free CPF savings that he had collected from the Singapore CPF Board is the “same thing” as Kiwisaver, but he allows his Chief Executive to confiscate the CPF savings of Singapore Citizens. NZ discriminates against Singapore Nationals, a crime under the NZ 1993 Human Rights Act. Yet his Minister David Seymour said refugees who come to NZ should sign a pact as NZ treats everybody as equals – is this a joke? The NZ Ministry of Social development (MSD) has already been taking the state-funded pensions of Singaporeans for decades, and since 2015, MSD also confiscates Singaporeans’ CPF savings by ruling the CPF is a pension but NOT other nationalities’ CPF savings (like the Prime Minister’s CPF savings).
Note: Kiwisaver is not ruled as a pension by the SSAA Ministry of JUST-ICE but the CPF is called a pension, benefit and allowance and is therefore confiscated from Singaporeans, ALTHOUGH “it is the same thing” – both funded by employer and employee contributions; NOT State-funded.
Watch how he tried to cover up for his Chief Executive by calling CPF “Superannuation” and then his mouth slipped when he said, “I now have Kiwisaver and it is the same thing”.
Note: The NZ govt does not deduct Kiwisaver from pensions because they do not want to lose votes. If Kiwisaver and CPF is the same thing, why is CPF deducted from Singaporeans? Answer: Because they saw how easily Singaporeans are discriminated by their own govt, so they do the same – monKEY see, monKEY do.