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S’poreans responded bravely in the face of national Internet collapse crisis

Posted on 06 December 2016

Thousands of Singaporeans to be awarded medal of bravery next National Day.

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Hundreds of thousands of Singaporeans from all walks of life, who are brave, civic-minded and united as one people, have been commended for their bravery.

This after they stood up heroically and with grace in the face of a national collapse of the Internet on Dec. 3, 2016.

One Singaporean security expert, An Quan, said: “Singaporeans deserve to be praised. When the Internet went down, none of them took to the streets to protest and throw rocks as everyone waited things out.”

“This is a hallmark of a mature society willing and able to withstand the collapse of the very structures that make society tick.”

Other locals said they could have gone on a justified rampage, but didn’t.

Another local, Hum Ji, said: “What I saw on Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016, was Singaporeans holding on to Singaporeans and counting on one another to tide through a national crisis.”

“In the face of such a catastrophe, it is heartening to see Singaporeans weather the storm and come out even stronger than before.”

“That’s why it is our recommendation they get the next two months of their bills waived off.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





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