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S’POREANS TO PROTEST AGAINST WATER PRICE HIKE @ HONG LIM PARK THIS SATURDAY (11 MARCH)

All these recent utilities' price hikes reveals a heartless merciless government bent on squeezing every drop of revenue from a struggling populace tired from paying all kinds of bills amidst stagnanting income growth. We call on all Singaporeans who are against this unjustified water price hike to turn up for our protest in a defiance show of unity. Though we may not be able to change the government's stance but at least we will show them that we are unhappy and won't take it laying down!

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SG POLICE ACTS AGAINST 30 WHO PROTESTED AT SEMBAWANG PARK

The Singapore Police are currently investigating about 30 people for their act of protest at a public place without a police permit. The 30 people, aged between 21 to 56 years old, had carried out a protest at Sembawang Park on Saturday, with some of them carrying posters to show their support for "Jallikattu" and the same protests that were being held in India. Police should take affirmative action like this, to show that foreign workers must respect Singapore's Laws.

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DEAR PM LEE, PLS LEGALISE PUBLIC ASSEMBLIY SO WE CAN PROTEST AGAINST CHINA

Dear PM Lee, despite our disagreements in the past, as a patriotic citizen of Singapore, I pledge to stand beside u to defy China for taking our tanks. But to do so, I have a few suggestions. First allow public protests permanently so that we can collectively show our middle fingers to the Middle Kingdom. Now everyone laughs at us cos they think normal Singaporeans are indifferent. But together we can show them how loud the lion can roar. In fact with our collective roars people will think it is ok to poach lions again because there will be so many lions.

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INDONESIANS PROTEST OUTSIDE S’PORE EMBASSY IN JAKARTA, THREATENS WAR IF NO APOLOGY TO RETIRED GENERAL

At around 11:00 am on Tuesday morning, a group of protestors from the Pemuda Panca Marga (PPM) held a demonstration outside the Singapore Embassy in Jakarta to protest the alleged mistreatment of Mr Suryo Prabowo, a retired 3 star general at Changi Airport on 17 August 2016. Protesters were dressed in military fatigues and held inflammatory banners, with some calling for an apology or face the threat of war.

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24 M’SIANS UNFURL PROTEST BANNER OUTSIDE S’PORE POLICE HQ BUT WHY NO ARRESTS?

24 Malaysians protested against a Singapore investment firm which cheated them of more than $134,000. The group brought out a 5 metre long banner shaming the cheat and unfurled it outside the Cantonment Singapore Police HQ. The Singapore Police did not arrest the 24 Malaysians despite public protests being banned in Singapore. Is this a double standard in the execution of the laws of Singapore?

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PRC COUPLE WHO PROTESTED IN THE MIDDLE OF BENDEMEER ROAD JAILED FOR FIVE WEEKS EACH

On Wednesday (9 September 2015), the PRC couple who knelt in the middle of Bendemeer Road outside the Ministry of Manpower office were each sentenced to five weeks imprisonment. In a statement released by the MOM it said that it takes a serious view of foreigners who breach Singapore laws. It will revoke the work passes of those charged, convicted and jailed, and permanently bar them from working here.

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WHY S’PORE GOVT SO SOFT TOWARDS PRC PROTESTERS?

Those two PRC protest kena arrested. They protest just because of agency fee dispute.... Actually the main problem is WHY MOM DO NOT MOVE THEM ASIDE?!?!?!? Only two of them so why cant just force them our of the road instead they just try to * Cool them down *.... What worse the MOM Officer helped to divert traffic...... What the hell.... Just move them away la!!!

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PRC COUPLE KNEEL IN PUBLIC PROTEST AT BENDEMEER ROAD, NO CARE FOR PUBLIC SAFETY

While driving along Bendemeer Rd today, I was shocked to see two foreigners that look like PRC kneeling in the middle of the road. They were carrying placards with words scribbled on it. It was too small for me to see but it was just outside the Ministry of Manpower Service Centre, maybe it is a manpower dispute that they protest like this? Will the police remove them? This is very dangerous action to take and endanger other motorists and themselves.

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