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S’pore govt is a person because it is always whining like a little bitch

S’pore govt is a person because it is always whining like a little bitch

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Throwing a hissy fit all the time.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who know a person when they see one, have declared that the government is a person.

This after it was decided by some people who make rulings that the government is not exactly a person because it is more like an entity.

One Singaporean, Xiao Qi Gui, said: “Obviously the government is a person. Only a person can bitch and whine so often about things.”

“If the government is not a person, it wouldn’t break out in a hissy fit so often.”

Other locals said being a person has its advantages.

Another local, Chia Yeo, said: “Not happy, go court of law. Things not going your way, threaten to punish.”

“Little bit, little bit, also cannot.”

“Neuroses so many. Take medicine lah.”

“Take already will feel better.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





S’pore govt will protect everyone, especially those who oppose the ruling govt

S’pore govt will protect everyone, especially those who oppose the ruling govt

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You will be kept safe and sound.

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The Singapore government has pledged to protect Singaporeans from all walks of life from the threat of violence, regardless of a person’s sexual orientation, race, religion or political affiliation.

This stance was reiterated by the authorities after the Orlando gunman carried out a mass shooting on Sunday.

Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe the government will no doubt go the extra mile in its duty of protecting its citizens, said those who oppose the ruling government will be especially well taken care of and receive more attention.

One Singaporean, Qu Zuo Lao, said: “If you are an ordinary Singaporean, ordinary surveillance will be deployed to make sure a watchful eye is always there to keep you safe from harm.”

“If you are a Singaporean who opposes the ruling government, there will be more watchful eyes making sure you are alright all the time.”

“Very professional.”

Other locals said they agree with this sentiment.

Another Singaporean, Ai As Dee, said: “Once in a while, you might even have some people check up on you at night and pick you up from your home to make sure you are okay.”

“They might even bring you to a safe place with good sturdy locks and copious amounts of coffee to be watched over round the clock, so that no one can harm you at all, let alone contact you.”

“Then you will be given free lodging and free food for a period of time to make sure you are alright.”

“Then when you come out of the place with good sturdy locks after being watched by professional people for a period of time, you might still be paid a visit from time to time to check that you are okay and no one has gotten to you.”

“Then you might be followed, just in case.”

“Or transferred to an island, where no one and no harm can get to you for your own protection.”

“And then you might be even given a chance to say that you want this sort of protection because you deserve it.”

“Such protection.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





S’poreans react to President Tony Tan’s advice that govt must strive to deserve S’poreans’ trust

S’poreans react to President Tony Tan’s advice that govt must strive to deserve S’poreans’ trust

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Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.

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President Tony Tan said on Oct. 1 at he swearing-in of the new Cabinet at the Istana that any election can be potentially divisive but the strong mandate received by the government in General Election 2015 signals that Singaporeans want to stay united.

But he offered the new Cabinet a word of advice: “Singaporeans have chosen to place their trust in you because they believed you were the most worthy of that trust. The trust of the people is a precious thing. It does not come easy. You must continue to strive to deserve that trust.”

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:

 

sian-half-auntie “Say other people, say yourself.”
Gong Kah Kee, 44-year-old dispute resolution organiser

 

sian-half-uncle “When Tony Tan won the presidential election, the country was split into four factions. He should know better.”
Bu Gao Xing, 63-year-old board game seller

 

happy-bird-girl “I like how the one who received a weak mandate to lead as president is the one with the most advice to give.”
Zha Ji, 18-year-old fried chicken seller

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans react to President Tony Tan’s advice that govt must strive to deserve people’s trust

S’poreans react to President Tony Tan’s advice that govt must strive to deserve people’s trust

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Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.

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President Tony Tan said on Oct. 1 at he swearing-in of the new Cabinet at the Istana that any election can be potentially divisive but the strong mandate received by the government in General Election 2015 signals that Singaporeans want to stay united.

But he offered the new Cabinet a word of advice: “Singaporeans have chosen to place their trust in you because they believed you were the most worthy of that trust. The trust of the people is a precious thing. It does not come easy. You must continue to strive to deserve that trust.”

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:

 

sian-half-auntie “Say other people, say yourself.”
Gong Kah Kee, 44-year-old dispute resolution organiser

 

sian-half-uncle “When Tony Tan won the presidential election, the country was split into four factions. He should know better.”
Bu Gao Xing, 63-year-old board game seller

 

happy-bird-girl “I like how the one who received a weak mandate to lead as president is the one with the most advice to give.”
Zha Ji, 18-year-old fried chicken seller

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans react to K Shanmugam’s comment that Workers’ Party intends to form next government

S’poreans react to K Shanmugam’s comment that Workers’ Party intends to form next government

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Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.

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Law and Foreign Affairs Minister K. Shanmugam said it is clear that the Workers’ Party (WP) has its eye on forming the government in the future, based on what Workers’ Party chairwoman had said at her GE2015 rally last week.

WP said that if it forms the government, it will get rid of GRCs and the Nominated MP scheme, among other moves.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:

 

sian-half-auntie “No, no, Workers’ Party contest in election is so that they can get into parliament and blow air-con.”
Leng Qi Ji, 41-year-old electronic goods supplier

 

sian-half-uncle “Workers’ Party’s ambition is different from PAP’s as it doesn’t include ruining Singaporeans’ lives.”
Gong Ren Dang, 64-year-old factory worker

 

happy-bird-girl “At least the Workers’ Party has ambition, unlike the PAP.”
Mei Qian Tu, 17-year-old student

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans react to news that the government provided inputs for The LKY Musical

S’poreans react to news that the government provided inputs for The LKY Musical

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Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.

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The LKY Musical had its script corrected and the famous 1965 television broadcast in which founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew broke down when announcing the separation from Malaysia added at the last minute at the suggestion of the Ministry of Communications and Information.

These details were made known after one of the actors, Tan Shou Chen, who played the character of former deputy Prime Minister Toh Chin Chye in the musical, wrote about it in a post on his blog, which has since been taken down without explanation.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:

 

sian-half-auntie “It would have been news to me if the government didn’t provide any inputs.”
Zho Hee, 42-year-old TV producer

 

sian-half-uncle “The artistes should be grateful they have been given employment by the government in the first place.”
Jin Gan En, 63-year-old plate clearer

 

happy-bird-girl “It’s shameful that after years of propaganda, the musical producers cannot get it right and still need the government to step in to tell them what to write.”
Kum Gong, 18-year-old pet shop owner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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