Does Singapore need to become a much colder, unfeeling place in order for the scams to stop? I don’t know. Maybe. Maybe not. What is apparent is these foreign scammers are testing the limits of our kindness, and if we don’t find a way to stop them soon, we’ll just have to get by trusting our fellow human beings a little less everyday.
The conversation first started inside a parents WhatsApp chatgroup. Someone invited parents to join an anti-scam WhatsApp chatgroup, which was later renamed “Crime Prevention Group”.
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 22 Jun 2016 #mnd #lifts #publictransport #sph
• And govt wants to encourage fintech?/ PAP is never wrong
• The struggle after work
• #SGProblems – Got Featured In Newspaper, Can’t Share It On Blog
• Not uplifting
• Frequent lift breakdowns and killer lift confirm MPs unfit to be estate managers
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 21 Jun 2016 #mha #lgbt #judicialmercy #spf
• MHA’s stance on foreign interference on domestic issues is confusing. Here’s why.
• Do not abuse and tarnish the reputation of the Police
• Are you working on contract? Here’s good news for you.
• Exercising mercy for criminals
• To Combat Disinformation, Understand Financial Incentives Of Online News Sites
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 9 Jun 2016 #internetban #ida #publicservants #pinkdot
• Smart Nation, dumb move?
• Must the PSD be so overbearing in its statement?
• Anti LGBT Groups in #Singapore are at it again and Ministry of Home Affairs gave them a brotherly hug
• Singapore government tells foreign companies that this isn’t their home. Don’t get too comfortable
• Cutting S’pore’s public servants’ computers off Internet will prevent adultery
Pasting stickers, drawing cartoons, releasing a comic book, interviewing SMRT drivers, posting on Facebook on Cooling-off Day, are all apparently deemed more serious than the EIGHT Hepatitis C deaths in a hospital.
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 7 Jun 2016 #hengsweekeat #lgbt #alternativemedia #activism
• Singapore government slams TRE report for saying Heng Swee Keat’s medical expenses paid by taxpayers
• Inconvenient facts about the Indian, Teo and Roy
• Why Turn Gay People Straight? Changing Them To Feel Better
• Everyone feels the chill when the wind blows in Singapore
• ACS boys will never get conned by DHL scam. Here’s why
However, is the PAP likely to set up an independent election commission? All its actions show its resentment towards dissent against its rule and desire to suppress alternative political views, even as it pays lip service to being inclusive in governance. It continually criticises and makes things difficult for alternative media. Ministers threaten to sue ordinary citizens into bankruptcy for defamation.
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 3 Jun 2016 #salary #cpf #lgbt #spf #coolingoffday
• TISG is fully cooperating with police investigations in alleged breaches of Cooling Off / Polling Day restrictions
• Aging & Japan’s Economy
• How to solve the longevity problem. the Hard Truths way
• Why your pay didn’t increase as much as you expected…
• PEA allows “transmission of personal political views on the Internet” – or does it not?
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 2 Jun 2016 #spf #eld #lgbt #smrt
• The MRT Saga : Until The Khaw Comes Home
• It’s our fault that the MRT keeps breaking down. We shall repent!
• Joint statement by ELD and SPF on investigation over alleged violation of Cooling-Off Day regulations
• Politics in Singapore: The past five years (and the next three)
• Biology Doesn’t Support Gay Marriage Bans