Tag Archives: internet brigade

PRITAM SINGH SLAMS PAP IB FOR DISHONEST POST ABOUT MESS IN BIN CENTRE

I came back from my In-Camp-Training this evening after another fruitful day in green, only to be informed of a posting on the Fabrications about the PAP facebook page alleging that the Aljunied-Hougang Town Council’s cleaners had left a mess at the bin centre “for weeks”, or more precisely, "left to rot. For weeks". I messaged the Town Council staff for their side of the story. In about half an hour I received some pictures and a reply, “the cleaners were breaking and clearing bulky items into skip tanks. This is done almost on a daily basis during this period. The Bin Centre area is always cleared everyday and not as reported.”

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TRS SHUT DOWN PROVES SINGAPORE IS NO DIFFERENT FROM NORTH KOREA

What a futile attempt endeavor this shutdown is! You’re just showing your fear of information! If TRS contains untrue and inflammatory statements, then expose the truth by posting replies and comments – that’s what your IBs are for (instead these dumb IBs just indulge in vicious attacks on netizens). There is no need to shut TRS down.

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ROY NGERNG: THE PAP INTERNET BRIGADE IS OUT TO DESTROY AMOS YEE

Hello, after I posted the update on Amos yesterday to state that PAP supporters are conducting a coordinated campaign to malign Amos, they changed tack after that. There were still clear PAP supporters who would comment on my Facebook postings about Amos to criticise him - these profiles who criticised have postings of the photo of the black ribbon of Lee Kuan Yew or postings in support of the PAP on their Facebook.

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PAP WANTS TO CONTROL THE INTERNET WITH A CYBER ARMY

Upon receiving instructions by the administrators, unquestioning members spring into action to counter unfavourable chatter forming against PAP members or its linked entities. They operate in large numbers with the primary objective of drowning out negative comments and derailing the discussions on the internet. In addition, they also monitor Facebook activities of opposition parties, and call for reinforcements to help counter statements that are critical of the ruling party. On mundane days, typical actions including like-ing the FB pages of the PAP MPs to boast the popularity of MPs. Some of their communications and actions are captured below:

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