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Anonymous email alleges most mainstream media reporters in S’pore have affairs with their pet dogs

Anonymous email alleges most mainstream media reporters in S’pore have affairs with their pet dogs

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Accusation must be true because it can be found on the Internet.

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An anonymous email making the rounds online has claimed that most mainstream media reporters in Singapore have affairs with their pet dogs.

Although unverified, the contents of the email warrants publicity as it was found on the Internet, which means it must be true.

Making the email public is also in line with mainstream media standards in Singapore, where the publishing of baseless accusations of any stripe is acceptable as long as it is explained as a matter of public interest and transparency, while the onus is on the wrongly accused to prove their innocence.

Singaporeans from all walks of life, who know an idiot when they meet one, said they believe this information is true because anonymous emails are the source of gospel truth.

One Singaporean, Jin Kum Gong, said: “If an email said most mainstream reporters have illicit affair with their pet dogs, it must definitely be the case.”

“I think as Singaporeans, we shouldn’t be so quick to judge and cast doubt on such claims by using our faculties of reasoning.”

“I also believe it is always good to remember that mainstream media reporters are government lap dogs and so having illicit affairs with their pet dogs is actually within the scope of breeding between the same species.”

At press time, most mainstream media reporters have not issued a rebuttal to suggest their innocence which means they are definitely guilty.

 

 

 

 

 











Anonymous email alleges most mainstream media reporters in S’pore have illicit affairs with their pet dogs

Anonymous email alleges most mainstream media reporters in S’pore have illicit affairs with their pet dogs

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Accusation must be true because it can be found on the Internet.

mainstream-media-reporters-singapore

An anonymous email making the rounds online has claimed that most mainstream media reporters in Singapore have affairs with their pet dogs.

Although unverified, the contents of the email warrants publicity as it was found on the Internet, which means it must be true.

Making the email public is also in line with mainstream media standards in Singapore, where the publishing of baseless accusations of any stripe is acceptable as long as it is explained as a matter of public interest and transparency, while the onus is on the wrongly accused to prove their innocence.

Singaporeans from all walks of life, who know an idiot when they meet one, said they believe this information is true because anonymous emails are the source of gospel truth.

One Singaporean, Jin Kum Gong, said: “If an email said most mainstream reporters have illicit affair with their pet dogs, it must definitely be the case.”

“I think as Singaporeans, we shouldn’t be so quick to judge and cast doubt on such claims by using our faculties of reasoning.”

“I also believe it is always good to remember that mainstream media reporters are government lap dogs and so having illicit affairs with their pet dogs is actually within the scope of breeding between the same species.”

At press time, most mainstream media reporters have not issued a rebuttal to suggest their innocence which means they are definitely guilty.

 

 

 

 

 











Arrest reporters for abetting crime as they failed to chase after Amos Yee attacker

Arrest reporters for abetting crime as they failed to chase after Amos Yee attacker

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If they saw a woman get molested, will they also not act?

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Singaporeans from all walks of life who enjoy feeling self-righteous have called on the authorities to arrest the reporters on the scene outside the State Court where teenager Amos Yee was slapped by a man in a red shirt.

This after the incident was caught on camera by various members of the media and it showed none of the reporters on the scene who witnessed what happened assist Yee by giving chase after his assailant.

One Singaporean, Sai Ji Pah, said: “If the reporters saw a woman get molested, will they also not chase after the perpetrator of the act?”

“There seems to be a clear double standard applied here. The reporters’ inaction in the face of assault is tantamount to abetting a crime.”

“Their behaviour is unlike the actions of foreign workers in Singapore who would step in to help at any given moment.”

“This is also an example of what our world class education system has failed to inculcate: Moral responsibility.”

“The Bystander Effect is strong with this one.”

 

The difference between foreigners and Singaporeans:

Changi Airport to be renamed Subramanian Shanmuganathan Airport in honour of heroic foreign worker

Lee Kuan Yew continues to keep reporters jumpy, on their toes at SGH

Lee Kuan Yew continues to keep reporters jumpy, on their toes at SGH

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He has always toyed with reporters.

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Reporters from the Singapore media and worldwide were kept occupied and on their toes throughout Wednesday, March 18, 2015, as Lee Kuan Yew continues to toy with them while resting in hospital.

Know to have little regard for the role of the press and news people in particular, Singapore’s first prime minister would issue take downs of articles and throw reporters out of his office in tears during his tenure as the leader of the city-state.

One reporter who was at SGH the whole day since early this morning, said: “It’s almost as if he knows we are here and he just wants to keep us waiting.”

“And when we least expect it, he catches us all by surprise.”

“He will always have the last word. Then and even now. He will.”