Few days back an Anonymous video was circulating on social media which claims that the party has been infiltrated by foreign proxies. The video also named several PSP members and claimed that they are disrupting PSP from helming the next stage of Singapore. After police reports were made and PSP did their own internal investigation, they found out that the person who created and spread the video was their own party member Daniel Teo Weilong.
A contributor sent in a video showing a flooded carpark at Joo Seng today. According to our contributor, the Joo Seng area has allegedly faced ponding for years. It is puzzling why this area still gets ponding despite these feedback. Perhaps the Member of Parliament (MP) Professor Fatimah Lateef can shed light on this issue when she goes on her next walkabout. Surely her residents deserve an explanation.
The Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) launched its General Elections (GE) campaign on 28 April 2020. The Covid19 pandemic has changed Singapore's politico-socio-economic landscape, so the SDP has drawn up 5 focus points to deal with these changes in the immediate and long-terms. These points are covered under their "Four Yes, One No" (4Y1N) campaign.
First we had PAP MP Chia Shi Lu, who went to Alexandra Village Food Center with potential PAP candidate Colonel Eric Chua to supposedly distribute masks to hawkers. Now we still have Seah Kian Peng who also break the rules by going to the market alone, claiming that he is a safe distancing ambassador, even though he never wear the proper Tshirt and still can hashtag #walkabout.
Recently Evacomics drew a several pieces of artwork about the Covid19 situation. Some deal with proper personal hygiene practices, social distancing, healthy activities to do while staying at home. A Malaysian living in Johor Bahru informed Evacomics that the Malaysian government had used her drawings without her knowledge or crediting her. Evangeline Neo has written in to Angkatan Pertahanan Awam (APM) Malaysia Negeri Johor to request that her drawings are credited back to her by inserting "Art by Evacomics".
Hoards of bubble tea fans dying to have a taste of this drink rushed to cluster queue or made delivery orders on 21 April 2020 night. In some instances, there were so many orders that staff were overwhelmed. This caused some tempers to flare and staff being shouted at. However, a positive story surfaced despite this rowdy time. Facebook user Kat Senin shared her story about her GrabFood order.
Taman Jurong residents were arranged a free hotel stay at nearby Genting hotel during the circuit breaker period while migrant workers in essential services moved into vacant HDB units at their estate. Isn't it less troublesome to just move the migrant workers into the hotel?
On 19 April 2020 the POFMA office said "several online posts" had made false statements that Temasek Holdings Chief Executive Ho Ching had an annual salary of "around S$100 million". Minister of Finance Heng Swee Keat instructed four correction directions to be issued. One of those four include People's Voice Party (PVP) chief Lim Tean for “sharing the falsehood on his Facebook page”. Politician Lim Tean has shared that he will be challenging this latest POFMA. He questions the basis of using POFMA over an article when the truth or real information is not revealed. His view is that POFMA is being used to silence PAP critics and free speech.
Ho Ching: Singaporeans should reflect on their own living habits and hygiene before pointing fingers at foreign workers at dormitories. Singaporeans' living habits are no different from that of foreign workers at dormitories. Even though Singaporeans think they are "clean", they may be the ones spreading the virus around.