S’poreans react to 4 months’ jail for Filipino who made anti-S’porean comments

Posted on 21 September 2015

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


A Filipino, Ello Ed Mundsel Bello, has been sentenced to four months in jail.

He had been convicted of three charges last month: One count under the Sedition Act for promoting feelings of ill-will and hostility, and two counts of providing false information to police.

In a Facebook post made on January 2015, Bello, then a nurse at Tan Tock Seng Hospital, called Singaporeans “loosers in their own country”. “We take their jobs, their future, their women, and soon, we will evict all SG loosers out of their own country”, Bello wrote, adding that Singapore would be the “new Filipino state”.

He also stated that he would be “praying that disators strike Singapore and more Singaporeans will die” and that he will “celebrate” if this happens.

He ended his Facebook post with the declaration: “REMEMBER PINOY BETTER AND STRONGER THAN STINKAPOREANS.”

He later deleted the post and lied to police that he did not make the comments, even lodging a false police report over the matter.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:


sian-half-auntie “Wonder who is the loosers in my country now.”
Ai Guo, 45-year-old flag maker


sian-half-uncle “Such a disators.”
Jin Jia Lat, 63-year-old end times watcher


happy-bird-girl “Seems better to be Stinkaporeans with jobs, future and women.”
Mei Hua Shuo, 17-year-old counsellor










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