Tag Archives: Support

WP MEMBER REMAINS CLASSY DESPITE RUDE SNUB BY PAP SUPPORTER DURING HOUSE VISIT

We rushed over after we got off work, and started on our regular house visits in Nee Soon last Thursday. Off to a pretty slow start as most residents were not home or their doors were closed. Then, our spirits were lifted when some residents opened their doors and their hearts to us :) It was also an interesting night when a resident opened her door and I shared the purpose of our visit and gave her our calling card. She said to me - "I only support the PAP". I smiled and said - "Sure, we all make our choices".

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FOREIGN ENTITIES APPEAL TO SUPPORT PINK DOT, OUTRIGHTLY REJECTED BY AUTHORITIES

A group of foreign companies such as Facebook, Google and Uber wrote in to Singapore authorities to ask for permission to support this year's Pink Dot but were unfortunately rejected. In their letter, the group of companies expressed support for inclusivity, diversity and in creating a safe space for their employees to work in. They understand Singapore has its own regulations and already suggested not to have their names listed or recognised as official sponsors. They also assured that no foreign representatives will speak at the event. However, our authorities still flat out rejected their application to support the event. Instead of explaining why they rejected the application, the authorities reiterated that foreign entities must abide by our laws and not fund or support events that concern our domestic matters. Do you think this is necessary to make Pink Dot free from "foreign intervention"?

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FREE SPEECH COSTS MONEY, HELP SUPPORT THE ONLINE CITIZEN (TOC)

Ok guys and gals, so all of you cheering the rediscovery of common sense in the judgement on the Protection from Harassment Act, remember that the case would never have come about if TOC had not published Dr Ting's side of the case. Free speech still costs money, so put your money where your mouth is and support independent media in Singapore by contributing to the running costs of TOC.

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DEMENTIA: CARE-GIVING IS NOT A ONE-MAN SHOW

Then working full-time as a cleaner at the ABC Brickworks Market in Bukit Merah, Jasni returned home one day to find his mother on the bathroom floor. Recognising that she had become injury prone and cognitively impaired, he saw that leaving her alone at home was no longer possible. The 55-year-old devised a part-time arrangement with his employer, and ever since, he’s been the primary caregiver to his mother who suffers from dementia.

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CANCER SURVIVOR: CONTINUE TO STAY STRONG & OPTIMISTIC

I'm 28 years old and I was a staff nurse who worked in one of the private hospital in Singapore. On Jan 2015, I had repeated headache and I went to many doctor's consultation hoping that they will get the right diagnosis but unfortunately, they only diagnosed me with migraine/tension headache and prescribed me with some analgesics. After taking the medication, my headache doesn't go away. Instead, it became worst, my eyeballs started to feel painful and I had even experienced nausea and vomiting at my workplace.

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SDP SUPPORTER: TAKE MY $, MY KID CAN DRINK LESS MILK NOW BUT HV BETTER FUTURE

Please passed this message around to your friends, love one, neighbors and whoever you wish to relay and share this message below. A letter and cash to Dr Chee Soon Juan wishing him success to Parliament. Most parents wish for their next generation, especially their children. Look what has happen now to Singapore? Doctors being imported into Singapore. Lawyers, Pilots, Nurses, and many more etc.. etc... Its citizens became a laughing stock to the whole world and becomes a 2nd class citizens in their own country. Nothing good changes in Singapore. Many rich Singaporeans becomes poor due to their brainless ideas, policies and agenda. Please show your support and in solidarity with Dr Chee Soon Juan by clicking Like and shares. Thank you. Singapore is for you and me and for our next generation especially our children. In time to come, we are going to live and died here as Singaporeans.

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ROY NGERNG: THIS MARKS AN END OF A CHAPTER, THANKS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT

After the last election, a choice was made. I hope that this will be one that will put the country in the right direction. People choose what they are ready for. Finally, I would like to thank everyone who have supported me over these years. Thank you for believing in me. If you would like to help to defray the costs, you can also fund raise to the bank account at POSB Savings Bank Account 130-23068-7 (Ngerng Yi Ling).

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OUR POLICE FORCE DESERVE MORE RESPECT AND SUPPORT FROM SINGAPOREANS

People from other countries looks up to people from our police force. But *some* of us totally disrespect them. I think the kind of respect and support that comes from from others should come from us as well. So proud of those officers i saw today at Yishun mrt, going personally to girls and ladies awaring them about the increase rate of molest case at Yishun mrt and to be more safe. To even reach their thoughts and get their attention they have issued nice looking keychains. Despite the hot sun when all of us take shade they stand there watching out for us to be safe.

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S’POREAN MUSLIMS NEGOTIATION POWER HAS WEAKENED AFTER 69.9% VICTORY FOR PAP GOVT?

Shortly after the last general elections, I discussed voting decisions with some Muslims who voted for the PAP. Interestingly, these Muslims justified their vote for the party as though it would benefit Muslims. Basically, they argue that it is better to support the devil you know. And since this devil may perform better in other areas (such as economic development), then we should support them.

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NAIVE YOUNGSTERS SUPPORT PAP GOVT BECAUSE IT IS TRENDY & COOL

It's really true that many of the younger generation are supporting PAP because they want to feel like they are on the side of the 'good guys' against the 'bad guys'. If you side PAP, you're considered cool and trendy. Always following rules like a good boy. Need to take more selfies and wefies like PM Lee to fit in better in your social circle. If you side opposition, you're considered a whiner who just blames everyone for own failings.

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