S’porean Sons who evade NS come from good families

Posted on 14 January 2017

If not, no way to judge their character.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who judge other people by their character, are applauding ex-Singaporean males who evaded National Service.

This after they believe Singaporean Sons who skip the country to go overseas to avoid being called up for NS must be from good families.

One Singaporean, Zao Lor, said: “These days got more and more Singaporeans come from good families. Like from a family with a lawyer.”

“If you are not from a good family, you won’t break the law.”

“Only if you are from a good family, you will break the law.”

“Then when you tell people you from good family, you won’t be punished so severely.”

Other locals said the leading cause of breaking the law is coming from a good family.

Another local, Cheong Sua, said: “Those Singaporeans who come from good families are usually low profile.”

“They must make themselves more prominent and recognised and raise their profile.”

“So, breaking the law is an ideal way to let other people know you come from a good family.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





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  • Rigardo

    A little emphasis on ‘good’ family?.