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Minister Chan Chun Sing: Secretly recording me is betrayal

Making a press release alongside the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commence and Industry, Minister Chan Chun Sing has called the leakage of an audio recording "a betrayal", and warned Singaporeans that he does not tolerate such behaviour: "The leak of a recording from a closed-door meeting between Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCCI) members and minister Chan Chun...

Corrections and clarifications regarding falsehoods published by Singapore Government

The Singapore dictatorship recently published an article on its official "Factually" website claiming that its POFMA order issued on Facebook and website States Times Review is justified. These are however propaganda fake news built on false premises to support its censorship tool. The government claims are ludicrous, as exhibited below. Below are the reproduction of the 5 false claims made by...

Minister Josephine Teo: Foreigners on permanent residence are “Locals”

Manpower Minister Josephine Teo refused to declare the employment update for Singapore citizens in parliament yesterday and insisted that foreigners with permanent residence are "locals". Censoring the citizen figures, Minister Josephine Teo said the knowledge will not serve Singaporeans' interests" "To help Singaporeans, we must make every effort to keep up these efforts, instead of focusing narrowly on displacing PRs and...

Singapore goes into record S$10.95 billion deficit, raiding national reserves

Singapore's ruling party government has gone into a record deficit of S$10.95 billion after government spendings went out of control. The near S$11 billion deficit was topped up from the National Reserves, which the PAP government have free access thanks to their proxy puppet President Halimah Yacob. Total expenditures jumped S$5.45 billion (6.9%) from 2018's S$78.16 to S$83.61 billion, despite...

Minister Heng Swee Keat: 9% GST postponed to 2022

Following the collapse of the Singapore economy due to the Wuhan virus outbreak, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat announced in his Budget speech yesterday that the government has postponed the 9% GST and not take effect in 2021: "The coronavirus outbreak is a stark reminder of the continued importance of maintaining a sound fiscal footing to deal with surprises and...

Facebook ban States Times Review, lament about freedom of speech in Singapore

Social media giant Facebook has imposed a ban on Singapore users from accessing the States Times Review Facebook page, after the Singapore government threatened them with fines up to S$500,000. A Facebook spokesperson lamented about the freedom of speech in Singapore in its press statement: "We believe orders like this are disproportionate and contradict the Government’s claim that POFMA would not...

Minister Chan Chun Sing’s atrocious English revealed

Without his speech writers, Trade Minister Chan Chun Sing was found to be incapable of speaking the English language. The former army general's atrocious English was revealed when he was secretly taped at one of the government's closed-door forums. Singaporean viewers have questioned if Chan Chun Sing is fit to be a government minister with his English standards. The ruling...

Minister Lawrence Wong: Harsher punishments for Singaporeans flouting self-quarantine

National Development Minister Lawrence Wong has announced that Singaporean citizens who flout the 14 days self-quarantine law will face harsher punishments - a 6 months jail and S$10,000 fine - compared to foreigners on permanent residence and work passes. Unlike Singaporeans, foreigner offenders will not be charged, jailed or fined. Instead, they get a ticket straight back to their home...

Minister Heng Swee Keat: I can sleep because I am able to withdraw from National Reserves

On his Facebook page, Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat wrote that he is able to sleep soundly at night because his government is going to withdraw from the National Reserves: "SGBudget2020 will include measures that were not on the table one month ago. We would not have been able to act quickly and decisively, if not for our deep...

Singapore government demand Facebook censor States Times Review

Singapore's ruling party government has issued a censorship order on Facebook requiring them to block users from Singapore from accessing the Facebook page of States Times Review (STR). The new censorship order under the controversial Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act (POFMA) law, was enforced after STR writer Alex Tan refused to comply with three earlier censorship orders under...

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