Monday, April 6, 2020
The newly-elected Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dr Wan Azizah, hit out at Singapore's 151st-ranking media Straits Times, for publishing a fake news to destabilise the new Malaysian government. The Straits Times quoted an anonymous "top...
Talking like double-headed snake K Shanmugam,  Minister of National Development Lawrence Wong openly engaged in political hogwash in Parliament today (Mar 6) claiming that Singaporeans received S$7.7 billion instead of only S$700 million in cash...
Fending off criticisms over the regressive tax increase, Senior Minister of State for Finance and Law Indranee Rajah said at a state media radio interview that a GST exemption on essential food items is not...
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...
Historian Dr Thum Ping Tjin's lecture of the actual Singapore history to Law Minister K Shanmugam left the Select Committee speechless, for good reasons. The Oxford academic's 6-hour long debate with the law minister was...
Former chief editor of propaganda state media Straits Times, Han Fook Kwang, wrote an article last Sunday (Aug 26) revealing that more young Singaporeans now have no respect for the PAP million dollar ministers. Han Fook...
Singapore's leading propaganda fake news, Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) and Mediacorp, saw their media credibility standing sank further this year, with it's global ranking at 151st - next to third world countries like Congo, Iraq,...
Straits Times, DBS, TodayOnline and UOB. These are the government-owned companies behind the "test balloons" WP MP Sylvia Lim were talking about. A search on pre-Budget state media reports revealed that there indeed were "test balloons"...
Angered at a Straits Times reporter's opinion article suggesting that politicians should not argue with historical facts, two Ministers lashed out in a response claiming that the history may lie but never the ruling party...
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...