Tag Archives: xenophobia

Covid19: Is Grace Fu a Minister for Singaporeans or AMDKs?

As a minister paid by taxpayers, Grace Fu should be condemning the AMDKs in the strongest possible terms for flagrantly flouting our CB laws and endangering others instead of blaming Singaporeans for being "xenophobic". How does demanding for EQUAL TREATMENT under the law be misconstrued as being "xenophobic" is anyone's guess.

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FILIPINO MAIDS CHASED OUT IN MIDDLE OF MEAL BY RACIST AUNTIES

According to the Filipino worker, she and her companions were having a meal at a table near Laurels shop, Block 1 Pandan Valley Condominium, when 2 Chinese women approached them and told them to leave the table. When asked for a reason, they told the maids that they (the aunties) would be having a meeting at that spot and would like to use the table.

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WOMAN FLEW INTO RAGE AFTER S’POREAN QUESTIONED HER FOR “SINGAPORE” PRINTED ON HER BACKSIDE

There was a huge commotion at a Singapore hawker centre after a Singaporean woman questioned a Filipina for her dressing. The Filipina was dressed in netball attire and had the words "SINGAPORE" emblazoned on the back of her shorts. Upset with the Singaporean's unreasonable questioning of her attire, the woman flew into a rage and this attracted many onlookers. Witnesses say the lady involved was a domestic helper who just played a game of weekend netball.

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MIXED-BLOOD S’POREAN TOLD TO GO BACK TO PHILIPPINES BY RACIST CHINESE MAN @ CHANGI AIRPORT

So you repeat yourself, loud and nasty for everyone to hear. “No hugging here. Can you see? This is Singapore. Go hug outside (the rails).” The women are shocked. The child is shocked. I am shocked. Joy sufficiently wiped from their faces, they exit past the rails but the mood for indiscriminate hugging has vanished. “This is Singapore. You Filipinos, go back to the Philippines. This is Singapore.” I stand stunned. My heart feels sick for this family that such ugliness is the first thing that greets them.

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CHINA BORN EX-RGS GIRL SCOLDS SPOREANS FOR BEING XENOPHOBIC

I thought the xenophobia I experienced as a child was just a number out of a pool of random experiences. Surely, I would grow up to be in better company than the strangers who told me I was about the same as shit, or that I would always be of the lowest classes of citizens compared to local-born Singaporeans. I was wrong. The hating on foreign nationals on my feed has reached a point where I am beginning to feel sick. To realize that some of these people are ones that I had once worked with makes it all the more painful.

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