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S’poreans enjoy new found freedoms after quiet Nov. 5 revolution

Posted on 06 November 2013

They thank The Messiah for breaking down the walls of oppression.


Singaporeans from all walks of life who are quite free, are profusely thanking The Messiah for helping to inspire a revolution in Singapore and breaking down the walls of oppression.

This after The Messiah promised a new world order at the end of Nov. 5 revolution, mostly carried out by the Singapore Flyer.

“In this new dawn of freedom and expression, I talk bad about my boss,” said Jin Hum Ji, a Shenton Way office worker, “behind his back.”

However, that’s not all. With new found freedom, paper-pushing office workers become envelop-pushing dare devils instead.

Kee Jiak Png, another Shenton Way executive said: “Today I went for lunch for one hour and three minutes, instead of one hour.”

But that’s not all.

Wei Shen Zi, another Shenton Way officer worker, said: “I have so much freedom today,” she said, “after I change to another brand of leak-free Kotex.”





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