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PAP Had No Plans In Place When Introducing PMD Ban Overnight

A good solution is one that takes into consideration the interests of as many users as possible, which of course include the safety of pedestrians on footpaths. But what we have seen with the reactions of the food delivery riders, where they gathered in big groups to meet MPs to hear them out, it is clear that no one was appeased in this fiasco of a decision by the PAP. This goes to show that the PAP has no idea how to solve the problem they themselves created. They have really lost their way.

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PMD Riders To Get Their Voice Back At HLP, After Lam Pin Min's Monologue

PMD Riders To Get Their Voice Back At HLP, After Lam Pin Min's Monologue

But come 23rd November, PMD riders have been given a platform to air their grievances in public, without fear of getting cut off by Lam Pin Min or any of the PAP MPs who so readily agreed with the overnight ban. PMD delivery riders are invited to come and speak your mind at Hong Lim Park, and let Lam Pim Min and the other ministers know that they are taking away your livelihoods by taking away your PMDs.

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Lam Pin Min Met Largest PMD Turnout In His MPS, But Did Not Allow Them To Speak

Lam Pin Min Met Largest PMD Turnout In His MPS, But Did Not Allow Them To Speak

While this will be painted in the MSM as PAP MPs going out of their way to accommodate the PMD riders by meeting them and having a dialogue with them, the reality is that this was nothing more than a PR exercise, where the angry and unhappy PMD riders are gathered under one roof, and told in no uncertain terms that the government will never budge from their stand. This was never a dialogue, but a monologue from a PAP MP.

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Huawei Assured Consumers Of Continued Updates & Services, But How Will S'poreans React?

Huawei announced that users who have already bought its products will not be affected following its ban. It will continue to provide security updates and after sales services to its consumers. It did not forget to remind fans of its "substantial contributions" to the tech industry and users all over the world. Will Singaporeans remain indifferent or rush to sell their phones?

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Fans Of Heavy Metal Bands Watch Out! Watain Petition Creator Lists More Upcoming Concerts To Ban

Fans Of Heavy Metal Bands Watch Out! Watain Petition Creator Lists More Upcoming Concerts To Ban

The woman behind the Watian petition that eventually got them banned from performing their concert in SG just one day before they are due to perform, is at it again. She has updated her petition on Monday May 13th, titled More extreme (death and black) metal bands scheduled to perform in Singapore”.

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Shanmugam: No Ban On Things Just Because People Find Them Offensive

Shanmugam: No Ban On Things Just Because People Find Them Offensive

Law and Home Affairs Minister is at it again, this time saying that many people in Singapore may find things very offensive, but the Government will not ban all of those things that people find offensive. He neglected to mention that the Death Metal group Watain got banned precisely because some people started to find the group offensive on the day of the band's performance itself.

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A Group Of Self Righteous Christians Got MHA To Ban Black Metal Concert

A Group Of Self Righteous Christians Got MHA To Ban Black Metal Concert

Imagine the fans who were anticipating the concert itself. To get banned on the day they were supposed to enjoy their day out. All because some Christian groups deemed the band as satanic, and its music as a negative influence on youths. The petition was actually called “Ministry of Culture Community and Youth Ban Satanic Music Groups Watain and Soilwork From Performing in Singapore“. They got the agency to call for the ban wrong, but the government actually bowed down to their demands, nonetheless.

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YET ANOTHER PERSON BANNED FROM TRAVELLING, INVESTIGATED FOR ATTENDING VIGIL

Filmmaker Jason Soo is yet another person to be slapped with a travel restriction as the police are investigating him for taking part in a candlelight vigil for a death penalty inmate. "It's an example of how civil rights in this country are being gradually stripped away, inch by inch, little by little, until one day, we realize that the only rights we have left is the right to obey."

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