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GE2020: PAP's Jessica Tan Thought Makcik Wear Tudung to Look Pretty

PAP East Coast candidate Jessica Tan, aka upside-down mask woman, embarrassed herself once again when during a house visit, she failed to understand why the makcik declined to take a photo with her when she was not wearing a Tudung. Insisting on a photo, she said “No need la pretty already!” Xia suay.

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GE2020: Sinkies Should Make Police Report On All The Racist PAP Comments!

Standing in solidarity with Raeesah, all of us should make police reports about the various racist things PAP have said and inundate SPF with these reports. If thousands of Singaporeans do this, they’ll have to stop the smear campaign and investigation into Raeesah!

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GE2020: Police Report Made Against Man Who Reported WP Candidate Raeesah Khan To The Police

A police report has been made against the man who is believed to have reported WP's Sengkang candidate Raeesah Khan to the police for her 2018 social media posts. The man, a known PAP IB, Abdul Malik bin Ghazali, outed himself in a Facebook post by claiming that he was the one of the first to leak out and viral screenshots of her Twitter account.

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Chinese Man Who Scrawled Racist Words On Pillar In Geylang Gets Jail And Caning

Chinese Man Who Scrawled Racist Words On Pillar In Geylang Gets Jail And Caning

A Chinese man, who was caught scrawling graffiti on walls and pillars around the Geylang area has been sentenced to 13 months jail and 9 strokes of the cane. Among the graffiti he scrawled were also racist words like "Malay Mati" at the Geylang area, which is predominantly an area where most Malays congregate for shopping and marketing.

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PERPLEXING WHY SOME MALAYS FEEL PROUD OF HALIMAH'S INSTALLATION AS PRESIDENT

It troubles me that some segments in the Malay community celebrate President Halimah’s selection as a victory for the Malays. I am perplexed. What are we exactly proud of? Here, a Malay president was installed only because it was a reserved election. And there was no election – because there was only one candidate who was deemed to be qualified. There was no level playing field. And so a good person, President Halimah, is tainted by a faulty process.

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