10 lies TRS USED to tell you…

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Now that The Real Singapore has been taken down, the Internet feels more sterile. For many years, they have published lies to deceive netizens.

Here’s a list of 10 lies they told us:

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1.) Incite hatred against foreigners

Their posts have always mentioned about foreign talents taking over jobs and homes of Singaporeans.

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2.) Disrupt the peace in multi-religious Singapore

The high profile court case started when TRS wrote about the Little India Thaipusam incident where police allegedly confronted participants.

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3.) Twists article title to smear MP’s name

TRS used a contentious line within an article to smear the name of the MP.

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4.) Bikini Girls

Bikini girls sunbathing in Public Carpark were chased away by Carpark attendant.

5.) Man urinating in bus

A picture of a Chinese man urinating in a public bus was actually a picture taken in Hong Kong.

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6.) Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE) leaking

TRS alleged that sea-water above the MCE was leaking into the tunnel when it was actually just a leaking water pipe.

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7.)  PAP Government hid truth on CPF

TRS alleged that the government tried to hide the truth about CPF monies being invested in Temasek.

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8.) Singapore regressed because of Lim Swee Say

It was alleged that Singapore has regressed because of the policies that Minister Lim had introduced while in NTUC.

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9.) Minister Chan Chun Sing doesn’t want to define a poverty line

TRS said that Minister Chan did not have the attributes of a good union leader because he didn’t want to define a poverty line.

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10.) Government only gives assistance to those who vote for PAP

TRS had alleged that the government only provides assistance to those who vote for the PAP at the General Elections.

 

 

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