Thursday, February 27, 2020
Speaking at a ruling party PAP grassroots arm People's Association (PA) event, Minister Chan Chun Sing proclaimed that the PA grassroots leaders are "trusted" sources of information against fake news. The former army general who...
As Lee Hsien Loong commence his plot to unseat the opposition Aljunied MPs, Singapore's 153rd-ranking state media is ramping up on fake news propaganda to provide support for the government's prosecution. Leading the propaganda effort...
Dear Minister K Shanmugam, Poor policies come with harsh criticisms, but the Singapore dictatorship government believe causation is correlation. You believe criticisms make a government policy poor, and hence you are stamping them out to make...
Singapore's leading university, Singapore Management University (SMU), yesterday (Sep 26) published a fake news survey claiming that commuters are now more satisfied of bus commute over train because of government funding. In the "Customer Satisfaction Index"...
In a state media interview with government mouthpiece CNA, PAP MP Louis Ng cried innocence saying that the PAP government does not set their own salaries. The PAP MP claimed that the lucrative million dollar...
Frustrated with growing criticisms over Lee Hsien Loong's S$2.2 million-a-year salary, the propaganda information ministry hit out at Singaporeans sharing articles what it calls "falsehoods". According to the Ministry of Communications and Information, PAP Ministers...
Speaking at a gala dinner event yesterday (Sep 6), dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong called for Singaporeans to only read "credible" Singapore media from state propaganda publishers Singapore Press Holdings (SPH). The S$2.2 million-a-year...
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...
Trivialising ground sentiments that the cost of living has gone up, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said at his National Day Rally speech that Singaporeans are "feeling the pressure" because they want to go overseas...
A Singapore government-sponsored forum organised by state media Straits Times launched a barrage of attacks against Malaysia's newly-elected Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, claiming that the new Malaysia government achieved nothing but uncertainty after 100 days...