War

YISHUN MAN URGE S'PORE DRIVERS TO "ROAD KILL" MORE TRAFFIC POLICEMAN, SAY WAR HAS STARTED!

Responding to an incident where a Traffic Police officer in stealth uniform was hit by a white suzuki swift, this crazy yishunite Ng Eng Seng say that the war between Singapore drivers and TP has began and urged more "Road Kill" to happen. He wished that more TP would get bang down and die. After what happen to Thomas Chua, one would expect netizens to use their brains before spouting such nonsense online but maybe Ng Eng Seng is tired of Yishun and wish to accompany Thomas Chua in Changi Chalet.

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CAN S'PORE SURVIVE A MILITARY CONFLICT WITH ITS PAMPERED CITIZENS?

Seriously, the thought of Singaporean parents seeing their ah boy kena shot and tortured, will make parents go jelly legs and demand our garhmen to surrender. Can our ah boy and bui bui unkers go battlefield and Duke it out , the battlefield is like a butcher shop, intestines, body parts blood all over place? Psychological fear will immediately put the country in defeatist mode, ready to surrender

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INDIAN MUSLIM: MY CHINESE CLASSMATE QUESTIONED MY LOYALTY TO THE COUNTRY BECAUSE OF MY RELIGION

I am Singaporean Indian Muslim, but because my mother tongue is Malay, most Chinese friends would assume I'm Malay. I was asked by a classmate of mine (Chinese) whether I would defend Singapore if we were at War with Malaysia. She was genuinely asking and wanted me to answer. I was taken aback because my loyalty towards my nation was being questioned for the first time in my life. I would not call it deliberate racism on her part but because of the notion she has or was brought up with, it led her to question my loyalty.

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NORTH KOREA FIRES ARTILLERY BARRAGE AT SOUTH KOREAN BORDER TOWN

According to reports from South Korea, North Korea fired a shell across the border into South Korea. This prompted the South Korean military to respond with a barrage of artillery fire. DPRK is believed to have been aiming at a loudspeaker that has been blaring anti-Pyongyang broadcasts ever since the land mine attack against Seoul.

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8 IN 10 PINOYS POLLED SCARED OF A WAR WITH CHINA

In a recent survey conducted by the Philippines' Social Weather Stations (SWS), 8 in 10 Filipinos are afraid of a possible armed conflict between the Philippines and China over the disputed Scarborough Shoal islands in the South Chin Sea. 84% of respondents said they were worried about armed conflict with China, and 49% said they "worried a great deal", said the SWS. The survey was conducted from March 20 to 23, using face-to-face interviews of 1,200 respondents throughout the Philippines.

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PRC SAYS IT WILL GO TO WAR WITH AMERICA IF THEY ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BUILD IN SOUTH CHINA SEA

Chinese state newspaper The Global Times, which is owned by a company linked to the ruling China Communist Party, has declared that "war is inevitable" between China and the United States unless the US stops demanding that Beijing stop building artificial islands and buildings in the South China Sea. The editorial blamed tensions in the South China Sea solely on the US and its allies, and claims that the recent incident where a US plane flew over an artificial island constructed by the PRC was an act of provocation.

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Be brave like ISIL fighters, Najib tells UMNO

Umno must emulate the bravery of a Middle Eastern militant group that defeated an Iraqi force outnumbering it nearly 30 to one if the Malay nationalist party is to survive, Datuk Seri Najib Razak said yesterday.
The Umno president and prime minister was listing virtues that were needed to allow the Malay nationalist party to continue in power, during a dinner to commemorate the 20th anniversary of its Cheras branch yesterday.

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PRC troops spotted near China-Vietnam border

A large number of People's Liberation Army troops have been spotted heading towards the China-Vietnam border as tensions between the two countries continue to escalate, reports Hong Kong's Sing Tao Daily. Thousands of Chinese nationals living or on business in Vietnam have already fled the country amid anti-China riots, which were sparked by a tense standoff between Chinese and Vietnamese naval ships near a Chinese oil rig in disputed waters off the Paracel Islands in the South China Sea on May 4.

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