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ISIS winning in S’pore cyberspace as they caused S’poreans with blue ticks to prolong fight with each other

Posted on 26 November 2015

Terrorists have successfully sowed seeds of societal discord in Singapore.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who eat popcorn and observe fellow Singaporeans fight one another online, said there is no doubt ISIS has successfully caused Singaporeans to fight one another in cyberspace and is slowly but surely gaining ground on the Internet here.

This after a Singaporean man with a blue tick beside his name prolonged his fight against a fellow Singaporean woman with a blue tick beside her name, resulting in both sides relentlessly trading virtual blows again and again over ISIS terrorists.

It all began when the Singaporean with a blue tick beside his name said ISIS terrorists and their children deserve to be killed as if he is going to see to it himself, resulting in the Singaporean woman with a blue tick beside her name to dispute that opinion, which caused the man with the blue tick to retaliate.

One Singaporean man, Kong Bu Fenzi, said this is a clear indication ISIS has successfully infiltrated the Internet here: “Even though ISIS is thousands of miles away, they have managed to sow seeds of societal discord and discontent here as they have successfully caused Singaporeans to openly fight one another and even making ISIS the subject of contention.”

“And it is evident that ISIS is carrying out their virtual assault via proxies and have effectively played the Singaporean man with a blue tick beside his name as a pawn.”

Another local, Hong Kan, agrees: “I think it is clear as day that ISIS is winning in Singapore Internet. They have successfully made Singaporeans turn on each other and gave publicity to themselves.”

“This is how sectarian violence spreads. One Singaporean man with a blue tick beside his name comes to blows with a Singaporean woman with a blue tick beside her name, and soon, all Singaporeans with or without blue ticks beside their names will be antagonising one another and forcing Singaporeans from all walks of life to retaliate eventually.”

“All this is happening as ISIS terrorists in Iraq and Syria are gleefully smiling to themselves and rubbing their Kalashnikovs as they don’t even have to do the dirty work.”

However, some Singaporeans said they finally understand what motivates ISIS through this incident.

Yuan Lai, a local, said: “Seeing how these Singaporeans with blue ticks beside their names act as if they are very intellectual and smart in arguing about this and that, like they are very important and need to pontificate all the time, makes me understand why ISIS want to kill people.”

 

 

 

 

 











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