Tag Archives: Syonan

MINISTERS LOSING TOUCH, EQUATES BEING INSENSITIVE WITH BEING CREATIVE

But, what do you call a communication Minister who cannot communicate? A transport minister who cannot make transportation move smoothly, if at all, but always ready with comments and reprimands. We really do not need a government to remind us and teach us or reprimand us at every turn. We will do that ourselves. You sat sorry for the pain and hurt caused by the name Syonan? And getting endorsed by the big man some more just a few days ago!

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EX-SDP CHAIRMAN: ISRAEL POISONED S’PORE INTO SPENDING BILLIONS TO DEFEND AGAINST IMAGINARY ENEMIES

Soon after insulting the sensivities of a majority of Singaporeans with their SYONAN Debacle the PAP continues to insult us by hosting and honouring a WAR CRIMINAL in the next couple of days. This murderer of men, women and children who hails from a country that has poisoned the minds of Singapore leaders to regard our neighbours, especially those up north, as our sworn enemies. It is also due to this poison that Malays are being discriminated and our loyalty to this nation being questioned for the past 5 decades. It is also due to this that we have to allocate billions and billions of dollars of our hard earned money year after to face imaginary enemies.

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NEVER FORGET OUR PAST, SO LET’S GLORIFY SYONAN

We cannot change the fact that Singapore fell to the Japanese, Singapore endured many years of hardship and fear under the Japanese rule, and of course, Singapore even lost its name. PM Lee said that Singapore will always be small and vulnerable, and no one owes us our sovereignty or security. These are truths we must never forget. Again, all true, But to glorify the name Syonan as your name of the brand new museum? We shall not forget the past, but do we need to glorify the painful past? Maybe now we should also name a part of Changi or one of Changi's roads after Yamashita?

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MUSEUM CELEBRATES SYONAN, PROUD OF SG FALL IN WWII

They have already indicated that the name given was specifically to remind Singaporeans of the dark period of our history. But the name has already come under fire. The name itself, while a reminder of Singapore under Japanese occupation, brings a negative connotation and painful memories for some, even though it has been so long since the end of the war. So, even if the name was a reminder of the dark period, it seems like the name, being at the forefront of the whole museum itself, suggest a celebration of the time period.

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