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As an attempt to shore up his presence in the General Election, PAP MP Murali Pillai gave himself a Chinese nickname "Ah Mu" because residents are making fun of his Chinese-phonic term "Mou Na Li"...
When Straits Times propaganda writer Han Fook Kwang admitted that more Singaporeans are openly cursing the ministers, he was just being courteous. With just a random browse through Facebook pages and articles on current affairs, Singaporeans...
States Times Review has just reached it's 3rd year of fighting propaganda fake news. The setting up of States Times Review was a turbulent one, and not as easy as many thought it to be. It was...
States Times Review calls the state media and ministers "fake news" fabricators, and in turn, Minister K Shanmugam and the mainstream media calls the Australian website "fake news". It is a war to claim authority in...
Yesterday, social media platforms Facebook, Google and Twitter were invited to give their opinions in person on new censorship laws, only to get a lashing from the Law Minister. What I find puzzling initially was...
The GST has been raised and it has caused severe resentment on the ground. However, there is barely any discussion on the impact of the GST and precious parliamentary hours were instead spent admonishing MP...
Budget 2018 is best described as a scam. This is not a sensationalising headline or a click bait, it is a fact, to people with at least half a brain functioning that is. There is a...
Without giving a detailed breakdown, the Department of Statistics claimed that the poor living in 1-room and 2-room apartments received an average of S$10,245 per person from the government in 2017. The magical "government transfers", according...
States Times Review would like to help the Ministry of Finance to raise awareness for the coming Budget which will be delivered on Feb 19. Like other social media "influencers", STR has a 42K followers...
Legalised corruption is probably the theme that best sums up Singapore in 2017. Parliament was abused by the dictator Prime Minister to wrestle control of his father's estate from his siblings, and the Presidential election...