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In their zeal to propagandise Singapore's new 9% GST, state media ChannelNewsAsia (CNA) published a fake news claiming Bhutan having a 50% GST. The state media had to post an apology and retract Bhutan off...
Each one is calling the other "fake news". Local news website TheOnlineCitizen (TOC) published an article today (Apr 15) reporting that a football league match has to be cancelled because PAP MP Lee Bee Wah called...
"Top up your children's CPF instead of giving them hongbao. No risk, high return." Screams the headlines of state media Chinese papers Lian He Wan Bao in a propaganda fake news published yesterday (Jan 14). The...
Picking 'easy causes' like supporting police enforcement of police raids on illegal gambling dens and brothels, Law Minister K Shanmugam went around snapping on his critics on the internet knowing that he have a good...
Writing in a Facebook responding to a MP's question over charging teachers for parking in school compounds, Education Minister Ong Ye Kung passed the buck away and blamed the Auditor-General. The PAP Minister said he...
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...
"Raise the GST to help the poor", said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in 2006. From then onward, Singapore spend the next decade with the highest cost of living and rising inequality. There are more...
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is telling only half the truth whenever he sings his favourite phrase: "Healthcare spending is increasing because of an ageing population." The reason why the government is spending more on healthcare...
After being told that a majority of 52% of Singaporeans do not support a cashless society, Senior Minister of State for propaganda Janil Puthucheary said that the government Reach survey asked the wrong questions: "The question...
Singaporean commuters are demanding, unreasonable and lack empathy. Frustrated with increasing complaints from commuters over unreliable train services, state-owned transport operator SMRT hit back with a propaganda drama video on Facebook demonising Singaporeans. (To readers who are...