Tag Archives: Mainstream Media

[BREAKING] MALAYSIAN LEADER MISQUOTED ON HSR PROJECT

In a shocking turn of events, Malaysia's Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) rushed to issue a media statement to clarify that The Edge Malaysia and Singapore's media had misquoted their CEO Mohd Nur Ismal Mohd Kamal on the issue of the High Speed Rail (HSR) terminus linking the 2 countries. In an interview with The Edge, Mr Nur Ismail was asked whether ending the HSR in Singapore. He had replied that the Malaysians had actually preferred to end the HSR terminus in Singapore's Central Business District, but had chosen to compromise with Singapore and end the HSR at Jurong East instead.

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I AM DISAPPOINTED IN AMOS YEE FOR HIS INCONSIDERATE PRANK

After Amos Yee admitted to pranking the mainstream stream media with false allegations of molest, prominent activist and opposition politician Ravi Philemon gave his views on the matter. He expressed disappointment with Amos and spoke about how this incident could damage Vincent Law's reputation and could potentially end his career.

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SINGAPORE ONCE HAD A FREE & VIBRANT PRESS

It wasn’t always this way. The media in Singapore wasn’t always state-controlled. We didn’t always have the Newspaper and Printing Presses Act (NPPA). Our newspapers were not always run by a behemoth, monopolistic publisher whose key senior appointments are government-approved people and the biggest stakeholders are government-linked.

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DISGUSTING MAINSTREAM MEDIA ELEVATING LEE KUAN YEW TO GOD-LIKE STATUS

The continuous endless stream of accolades that have been published and broadcasted these few days by the state controlled media, propagating and forced feeding to Singaporeans with overwhelmingly out-of-proportionate ‘all-good-no-bad’ comments about LKY, is getting a bit nauseating. It gives everyone the impression that Singapore is single-handedly built by 1 man, completely ignoring the contributions from other Singapore leaders like Goh Keng Swee, Toh Chin Chye, Ong Teng Cheong, and others.

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