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Mothers apologise to SAF, Mindef for troubling them with taking care of NS-going sons

Mothers apologise to SAF, Mindef for troubling them with taking care of NS-going sons

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Mothers have issued a statement saying they are deeply sorry.

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Singaporean mothers from all walks of life, who have sons going to serve or are serving National Service, have come out to apologise to the Singapore Armed Forces and the Ministry of Defence.

This after they said they understand how troublesome it feels for SAF and Mindef to have to take care of their NS-enlisting and enlisted sons and blamed themselves for causing this state of affairs to happen.

One mother, Dui Bu Qi, said: “I’m sorry, SAF and Mindef. It is my fault that my son has a preexisting condition that has not been diagnosed and declared.”

“If anything bad befalls him during training, it is most certainly my fault and his fault for being genetically-predisposed to ailments and not making his health conditions clearer to you all.”

“And as a result, he cannot defend his country properly.”

Other parents said they want to personally apologise to all the SAF regulars who are in charge of the full-time national servicemen serving NS.

Another mother, Zhen Bao Qian, said: “I’m sorry, commanders. Because I gave birth to a son, you all have been given this unwanted responsibility of ensuring he makes it out of training alive and in one piece.”

“If only other mothers and I gave birth to daughters, none of this responsibility would have been placed on your broad, IPPT-enhanced, rank insignia-laden shoulders.”

“And we’re sorry my son was being born in Singapore and as a result you all need to take care of him for two years to make sure he doesn’t die.”

“Truly sorry.”

SAF and Mindef must use Majulah power.

Posted by We Are Kanina on Monday, March 7, 2016

 

 

 

 

 





S’porean moms apologise to SAF, Mindef for troubling them with taking care of sons in NS

S’porean moms apologise to SAF, Mindef for troubling them with taking care of sons in NS

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Mothers have issued a statement saying they are deeply sorry.

ns-enlistment

Singaporean mothers from all walks of life, who have sons going to serve or are serving National Service, have come out to apologise to the Singapore Armed Forces and the Ministry of Defence.

This after they felt that it is very troublesome for SAF and Mindef to have to take care of their NS-enlisting and enlisted sons and blamed themselves for causing this state of affairs to happen.

One mother, Dui Bu Qi, said: “I’m sorry, SAF and Mindef. It is my fault that my son has a preexisting condition that has not been diagnosed and declared.”

“If anything bad befalls him during training, it is most certainly my fault and his fault for not making his health conditions clearer to you all.”

“And as a result, he cannot defend his country properly.”

Other parents said they want to personally apologise to all the SAF regulars who are in charge of the full-time national servicemen serving NS.

Another mother, Zhen Bao Qian, said: “I’m sorry, commanders. Because I gave birth to a son, you all have been given this unwanted responsibility of ensuring he makes it out of training alive and in one piece.”

“If only other mothers and I gave birth to daughters, none of this responsibility would have been placed on your broad, IPPT-enhanced, rank insignia-laden shoulders.”

“And we’re sorry my son was being born in Singapore and as a result you all need to take care of him for two years to make sure he doesn’t die.”

“Truly sorry.”

SAF and Mindef must use Majulah power.

Posted by We Are Kanina on Monday, March 7, 2016

 

 

 

 

 











Donation-dependent website successfully harasses multi-billion-dollar MINDEF military organisation

Donation-dependent website successfully harasses multi-billion-dollar MINDEF military organisation

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Despite MINDEF’s tough exterior, they are still a sensitive new age military organisation deep down inside.

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A local donation-dependent website, The Online Ciitzen, has been found by the Singapore court to have successfully harassed the Ministry of Defence, the multi-billion-dollar military organisation that serves as the first and last line of defence for the country.

This after the court granted the application by MINDEF under the Protection from Harassment Act (POHA) against Dr Ting Choon Meng and The Online Citizen.

MINDEF, an institution that is part of the country’s military-industrial complex, which took more than 40 years to build up, took exception to some statements made about it that are deemed false and have reportedly caused them to feel sad.

Defence analyst, Qu Da Zhang, said, this successful harassment of one of Singapore’s most tenacious institutions by a website run by volunteers who depend on public donations, reveal a number of interesting observations about MINDEF.

Qu said: “It is great to see that MINDEF, a multi-billion institution tasked with the all-important purpose of protecting Singapore’s sovereignty as a nation from the threats from abroad, feels harassed by a few statements from a donation-dependent website.”

“This signals to the world that Singapore’s defence force has an Achilles heel that can be exploited as it has feelings that can be exploited.”

“Future threats to our country could include the setting up of donation-funded websites based abroad that repeatedly make statements to hurt MINDEF’s feelings and cause them to feel harassed, while depriving them of any possible avenues for legal recourse as the United Nations will never entertain such complaints.”

“If exploited for maximum effect, this could cause MINDEF to feel wounded as their feelings are repeatedly hurt and eroded with allegations, which might cause the organisation to suffer depression and unable to function.”

“Then again, it could show that even though MINDEF has a tough exterior powered by balls and steel, deep down inside it is still a fuzzy ball of emotions and feelings.”

“MINDEF’s tough exterior and soft core really makes it out to be a Sensitive New Age Military Organisation (SNAMO).”

 

Thousands of Singaporean men also feel harassed:

S’porean applies for Protection from Harassment Act against SAF after receiving multiple unsolicited IPPT SMS reminders, SAF100

Thousands of S’porean men say they feel very harassed by MINDEF, especially during NS