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S’pore flag at half mast a day after Singtel broadband Internet passed away

Posted on 04 December 2016

Day of national mourning declared.


Singaporeans from some walks of life, who believed in the Third World to First World narrative wholeheartedly, are quietly wiping away tears of betrayal from their eyes.

This after the Singtel broadband Internet passed away on Saturday, Dec. 3, which effectively sets Singapore back to Second World country.

Flags around Singapore will fly at half-mast on Sunday to mark the passing of the Internet in Singapore as a day of national mourning is declared.

One Singaporean, Yong Dian Nao, said: “The passing of the Internet in Singapore was totally unexpected. It was so young.”

“This is the saddest day in Singapore’s history.”

“I hope future generations can look back on Dec. 3, 2016, as the defining moment in Singapore’s short history, where our country started to cease being one.”

Other locals have also begun to earmark certain locations in Singapore to build a memorial for the late broadband Internet.

At press time, a few locations brought up include the Istana grounds and along Oxley Road.







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