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In an opinion article by Manpower Minister Josephine Teo yesterday (Nov 6), the millionaire minister boasted that 40% of Singaporeans' salaries are paid for by her ruling party PAP government. Minister Josephine Teo even claimed...
Speaking at an event organised by Singapore's propaganda ministry yesterday (Nov 2), the propaganda Minister for Communications and Information S. Iswaran announced that the dictatorship will be "teaching" Singaporeans how to "spot fake news". The propaganda...
According to state media Straits Times, the government newspaper editorial team was sent a threatening "suspicious package" from overseas today (Nov 2). The Singapore police and Hazard Material specialists from the Civil Defence Force (SCDF)...
Employing half-truths and cherry-picked statistics, the Minister of Social and Family Development (MSF) Desmond Lee hit out at public criticisms over Singapore's rising inequality. The MSF yesterday (1 Nov) published a propaganda fake news report...
Despite having 25% of the daily water supply now under foreign control and being heavily dependent on Malaysia for the remaining 75%, Trade Minister Chan Chun Sing blankly lied that the Singapore has achieved success...
In a lopsided report published by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the government tried to sugar coat the increasing cost of living by blaming "increasing wages". According to the official biennial report released on...
In an interview with propaganda mouthpiece TodayOnline, Senior Minister of State Edwin Tong has called Singaporeans ignorant when it comes to understanding "fake news". The PAP Minister then praised his own committee for demonising "fake...
Senior PAP official and long-time diplomat Professor Tommy Koh hit out at government newspaper Straits Times for biased reporting over the Minimum Wage. Prof Tommy Koh pointed out that Straits Times published the one-sided report...
Speaking at a public forum organised by government institution Institute of Public Policies yesterday (Oct 25), Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam openly lied that Singapore has a lower GINI coefficients than Nordic countries: "Singapore does not...
Unhappy after an international inequality index ranks Singapore a bottom-scrapping 149th out of 157 countries in terms of inequality, Singapore Minister Desmond Lee expressed his outrage and hit back claiming that the report is fake. Slamming...