S’poreans agree with MDA: Totally effective to publicly declare SDP’s political YouTube video is prohibited

Posted on 18 August 2015

This will totally stop people from clicking on it.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who can access videos of any kind via the Internet with a click of the mouse, have come out to to agree fully with the Media Development Authority.

This after the MDA ruled on Aug. 17, 2015, that an irreverent 76-second video by the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP), titled “Pappy Washing Powder”, is a party political film, which is prohibited under the Films Act.

One Singaporean, Zhen Tian Zhen, said she agrees with MDA’s declaration and their announcement will stop others from viewing SDP’s video: “It is totally effective for MDA to come out to tell Singaporeans not to watch this particular video by the SDP.”

Other Singaporeans said the MDA’s method of prohibition is state-of-the-art as it will make Singaporeans comply by not clicking on the “Pappy Washing Powder” video that is available here, here and here.

Another Singaporean, Bu Yao An, said: “Please do not click on this link here that has the ‘Pappy Washing Powder‘ video, because the MDA said it is prohibited.

“So if you see an embedded video like the one below, do not click on it, okay?”


Please be reminded not to watch SDP’s “Pappy Washing Powder” video here:

And do not click here too:






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