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Thousands of S’poreans take responsibility for defective MRT trains since no one in authority would

Posted on 10 July 2016

We need to protect our leaders from blame.


Thousands of Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe it is good to take the blame because that is a core tenet of responsibility, have owned up and taken responsibility for defective China-made MRT trains.

This after no one in authority has taken responsibility for these spoilt MRT trains that have been shipped back to the manufacturer and would require years of service before they are returned.

One Singaporean citizen, Guai Wo, who is a train commuter, said: “It is a matter of national duty. I am just doing my part for Singaporean society and for my leaders.”

“I take full responsibility for the defective China-made trains. Singaporeans can point their fingers at me and say that it is my fault as no one in authority has come out to take the blame.”

However, other locals said this will not resolve the issue.

Another local, Siow Pah, said: “It is not enough for thousands of Singaporeans to take the blame.”

“We need to blame one another who is not in authority. This is a result of natural aristocracy.”

At press time, Singaporeans remembered that there is no such thing as a blame culture in Singapore anymore and this episode is part of a learn culture.







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