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“Cooling Off” censorship threaten Singaporeans with 12 months jail sentence

Singapore's ruling party dictatorship has imposed a "Cooling Off" censorship on Singaporeans, banning them from discussing politics on the internet today (Jul 9). According to the loosely-defined regulation, anyone is deemed to have broken the law if they write a comment criticising the PAP government. Offenders face up to 12 months' jail and S$1,000 fine. No other country in the world...

Minister Chan Chun Sing: Foreign investors scared of PAP loss

In his last election campaign message to Singaporeans, Minister Chan Chun Sing threatened Singaporeans that if the PAP lose this election, there will be no foreign investment and jobs in the country: "What we need to do is make sure that we have a conducive environment to inspire confidence in investors to plant their investments in Singapore, to create good...

Pro-PAP page run by Polish national taken down

Facebook has taken action against foreign interference in Singapore's elections, by taking down a pro-PAP page run by a Polish national. Critical Spectator page, run by Michael Patraeus, often post fake news attacking the critics of Singapore and support ruling party PAP politicians. This is the third action against fake news taken by Facebook, without the government-issued POFMA order. Two...

MOE: Coronavirus infection found at 5 different schools, over 280 quarantined

Singapore's Ministry of Education today reported that the coronavirus infection had hit 5 different schools in a single day yesterday (Jul 7): "Four students and a teacher have tested positive for COVID-19. They are from different schools, said MOE - the students are from Bedok View Secondary School, East Spring Primary School, Jurong West Primary School and Jurong West Secondary...

Minister Chan Chun Sing: Lee Kuan Yew’s death saved PAP

In a leaked audio of PAP minister Chan Chun Sing, the former army general commented that every crisis saved the PAP and that the current election is deliberately timed during the coronavirus outbreak: "In the past 50 years, a crisis will save us (PAP). Lee Kuan Yew's death saved us (PAP). Before Lee Kuan Yew's death, 9/11 saved us." The PAP...

Aljunied GRC and Hougang SMC might fall to PAP this election

Losing Low Thia Khiang is a huge blow to voters' confidence in Aljunied GRC, and the years of PAP plotting its town council's downfall had succeeded, with the Singapore Court ruling in the PAP's favour. The last election in GE2015 saw only the Workers' Party securing only a 1.9% margin, and the competition is actually more neck-to-neck than people believe. Hougang...

Singapore might see 100% PAP parliament, opposition wipeout this election

Thanks to election frauds like vote buying and unfair news reporting from the government media, Singapore might see a full PAP parliament with the opposition parties fully wiped out. The major factor behind a complete opposition wipeout will be the NCMP scheme, which "guarantee" 12 opposition candidates in parliament. The use of POFMA has also silenced all election discussions, putting PAP...

Minister Heng Swee Keat: Singapore does not want a non-Chinese as a Prime Minister

Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat made a racist remark at a public forum, declaring that Singapore does not want a non-Chinese for a Prime Minister: "Based on my interactions with (Chinese) residents in past elections, views supportive of a non-Chinese PM are not as common among people from the older generation." His comments sparked anger from the indigenous Malays and...

Minister Gan Kim Yong: There is no second wave infection but there is higher infection

PAP Minister Gan Kim Yong engaged in doublespeak yesterday declaring there is no second wave of infection but there is a higher infection: "Singapore has not seen a second wave of infections yet even though the number of community cases has gone up." Yesterday was the third consecutive day Singapore saw its community cases past ten cases, returning to circuit breaker...

PAP Tharman: Your salaries rose 32% in the past ten years

In a PAP propaganda video, PAP Senior Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam claimed that Singaporean salaries have rose by 32% in the past ten years: "Ten years ago, median incomes were about $2,900. Now, in nominal terms, it's $4,600. After adjusting for inflation, it's still 32 per cent - a very substantial increase." The PAP minister's figures include the income of foreigners, who...

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