Tag Archives: Double Standards

DOUBLE STANDARDS: HOW THE PAP GOVT RESPONDS TO CRISIS IN S’PORE

Singapore netizen Albert Tay made a fair observation on how PAP governments reacted to crisis and events. When it comes to serious incidents that could damage their reputation, they will tell Singaporeans to remain calm and to not get worked up. However, when WP makes a small mistake, PAP will raise the cudgels and call for blood. Albert Tay, thanks you for speaking the truth, and for doing your duty to wake up our fellow Singaporeans.

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CAN WE TRUST THE POLICE TO BE IMPARTIAL & GIVE US JUSTICE?

The police chose to take no action against a hooligan who punched a driving instructor. Yet the person who slapped Amos Yee was arrested and jailed. Why the difference in standards? Based on my understanding, Voluntarily Causing Hurt is a non-arrestable offence. So that means if you punch someone, you won’t get arrested? Let’s go try it now! Can we really trust in a system that works in favor of the offender?

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MDA IS FAIR TO SHUT DOWN TRS BUT NOT STOMP

I’m not trying to defend MDA here but wish to state my objective view of why TRS should be shut down but not Stomp. The commentators here seem to miss a very important point when they accuse MDA of being “bias”.

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THE HEIGHT OF FABRICATIONS & DOUBLE STANDARDS IN SINGAPORE

"Town council dispute not political, says MND" is the new standard set of fabrications now foisted on us as gospel truth by the mainstream media. In like vein, a website has been shut down not because it has been accused of inciting anti-foreigner sentiments, but because "they chose to take their site offline". The double standard gets more devious. On Thursday the court will deliberate on whether a child made offensive remarks against religion and circulated obscene images.

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