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Foreigners in S’pore must only contribute economically, not politically or socially

Foreigners in S’pore must only contribute economically, not politically or socially

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Just work until die, please.

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Foreigners from all walks of life, who come to Singapore to give themselves to this country, are reminded they are only allowed to contribute to Singapore in an economical way.

This after it was announced that foreigners are not allowed to go to Hong Lim Park to show they have gay pride.

One foreigner, Wai Guo Ren, said: “As a foreigner, my services rendered to Singapore must only be in the realm of economics and increasing the GDP per capita.”

“I must not dabble in any other areas other than work, because I am just a cog in the Singapore machine.”

Other foreigners said they understand that Singapore is for Singaporeans.

Another foreigner, Lai Zuo Gong, said: “I must not show any emotions in public or express any opinion.”

“I must not show that I can take a stand on anything.”

“I must not do any socio-political stuff.”

“Actually by not doing anything, I have become just like a real Singaporean.”

“Yay.”





S’poreans complain ramen stalls opened by foreigner cause local F&B businesses to suffer

S’poreans complain ramen stalls opened by foreigner cause local F&B businesses to suffer

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NS for locals, ramen business for foreigners.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who appreciate the irony of everyday situations, have come out to complain about two ramen stalls recently opened by a foreigner.

This after the two ramen stalls were publicised in the press to be opened by a well-known foreigner in Singapore who is known to be anti-foreigner.

One Singaporean, Kuai Shou Mian, said: “Is selling ramen a job that locals cannot do? Why must foreigners come here to sell ramen? This is taking away jobs from Singaporean ramen sellers and causing unnecessary competition for locals in the F&B business.”

Another Singaporean, Filbert Foh, said: “NS for locals, ramen business for foreigners.”

However, not all Singaporeans feel the same way as they are willing to look at the bigger picture of things.

Ben Di Ren, another local, said: “Eat Lor Mee better. $3 only.”

 

 

 

 

 











More S’poreans want to enjoy higher quality of life by becoming foreigners

More S’poreans want to enjoy higher quality of life by becoming foreigners

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Because foreigners have lesser responsibilities, more opportunities.

More Singaporeans want to become foreigners. Because foreigners deemed more sexy, got less responsibility and are more in demand. Except try not to be like Sun Ho.

More Singaporeans want to become foreigners. Because foreigners deemed more sexy, got less responsibility and are more in demand. Except try not to be like Sun Ho.

With the recent talk about expanding Singapore’s population to seven million inhabitants and counting, Singaporeans are increasingly expressing their desire to turn themselves into foreigners to enjoy a higher quality of life here.

The reasons provided by such Singaporeans are aplenty.

One foreigner-wannabe Singaporean, Ang Moh Quee, said: “As a foreigner, I don’t need to do National Service. Look what a PAP MP mooted on Facebook: In the future, if you are a foreigner setting down roots here, you can just pay some money. And watch the local boys waste two years of their lives, ‘serving the nation’.”

Others, are convinced that being a foreigner will spell more opportunities career-wise.

Another foreigner-aspirant Singaporean, Wai Guo Ren, said: “As a foreigner, the government will automatically think you are better than locals. And even the locals will think that you are better than them.”

He continued: “Look at Stefanie Sun. She is not even true-blue foreigner. But an overseas stint made her more popular back home here, where no one initially gave a damn about her when she first started out.”

However, there are others with a clear head and kind heart who point out that such logic and thinking is not right.

Ben Di Ren, a true-blue Singaporean patriot said: “Look at Pastor Kong Hee’s wife, Sun Ho. Went to US to become a Japanese geisha, but still not popular in Singapore what.”

 

 

 

 

 









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