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We are still treating them like sub-humans

We are still treating them like sub-humans, after what had happened last year, when we sang songs for them and clapped for them, and a minister even made videos to tell them how much we appreciated them.

Our migrant workers have been locked down since early LAST YEAR. It is the longest period of covid19 confinement in the world.

“We are working tirelessly for the country,” one worker told the BBC. “We’re making everything, we’re doing everything for you guys.”

“We are human beings just like you, like everyone in the community. We want our dignity back.”

 

Andrew Loh

 

 

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9 Responses to “We are still treating them like sub-humans”

  • Asd:

    I think please la everybody is in it for the money including the bunch of fill own pockets

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  • Temusik Patriot:

    Ahhhh!!!
    This is a self proclaimed AritoCRAP & Elite Society built by an evil ILLUSIONIST aptly named Lie Con You, if he can destroy his own what are YOU in his and successers EYES???
    “THINK”

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  • xoxo:

    Yes,Andrew,and their RICH COINTER-PARTS,from SAME COUNTRY/countries,the FTs, are QUARANTINED IN NICE HOTELS ,ETC ,AND ALLOWED TO INTEGRATE AND PASS THE GERM TO their sg-hosts?

    Why not lock up those infected FTs and their relatives/PARTNERS who brought into Sg the Delta?

    Crappy policies!
    Prejudiced and arrogant.

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  • John Richards:

    I think it would be a good thing if a PAP Minister or one their family members succumb to Covid and dies. Then maybe the idiotic task force will either resign en masse or listen to the real experts on how to tackle covid. I do not wish ill on anyone but the government needs to act boldly.

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  • Islands in the sun:

    Modern day slavery still exists in this most expensive city!
    Sad. Hope these guys go back home one day and tell their fellow bros n sisters not to come to this fake paradise…

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  • Smart Nation:

    Islands in the sun:
    Modern day slavery still exists in this most expensive city!
    Sad. Hope these guys go back home one day and tell their fellow bros n sisters not to come to this fake paradise…

    The FWs’ dorms do bring back images of slave quarters except in the modern context, they are multi-level concrete buildings instead of wooden huts. But then again, someone may ask, “What do they expect? To be housed in a mansion, a condo, HDB flat? The elites will be saying, “Anywhere, except our backyard.” LOL!

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  • Singaporeans R Free Riders:

    Smart Nation:The elites will be saying, “Anywhere, except our backyard.” LOL!

    The elites ? Ah yes, Singaporeans are the elites who will oppose nursing home in their backyard.

    1. In May of that year, some 40 residents in Bishan signed a petition to stop building plans for a 260-bed nursing home on an empty field in Bishan Street 13. They cited the loss of their football field and how the new development would block the flow of fresh air into their homes as their reasons for opposing the project. Read more > http://bit.ly/1BCMpj0

    2. In the same month, a group of residents in Upper Bukit Timah protested against the development of a condominium in a nearby forest that would yield more than 400 new homes. Some were worried that the tall buildings would block their views and endanger plant and animal life. Read more > http://bit.ly/1xykF0d

    3. Over at Toh Yi estate in Bukit Timah, several homeowners petitioned against the construction of studio units for the elderly on a small land parcel in the area. According to news reports in March 2012, the proposed development would be built over a jogging track and basketball court, which irked the group as they would lose their recreational facilities. They proposed building the apartments near another block, but residents living near the new site protested to have the units built elsewhere. Read more > http://bit.ly/14goR8Z

    4. Another case of Nimbyism came to light back in February 2012 when some residents in Woodlands objected to the construction of an eldercare centre in their void deck. They were worried the values of their flats would drop and there would be a lack of open space. Another concern was that more deaths and accidents could make it an inauspicious area. Read more > http://bit.ly/1BEAaTx

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  • own living paradise:

    //The elites ? Ah yes, Singaporeans are the elites who will oppose nursing home in their backyard.

    1. In May of that year, some 40 residents in Bishan signed a petition to stop building plans for a 260-bed nursing home on an empty field in Bishan Street 13. They cited the loss of their football field and how the new development would block the flow of fresh air into their homes as their reasons for opposing the project. Read more > http://bit.ly/1BCMpj0//

    aiyoh. at least sign petition only lar, not protest loudly in the streets like carnivals lar ???

    of course, due to open-leg policy, a lot of open land space will become more scare as sinkie land need to build more to accommodate (rent seek by pricing high ???) higher population lar. in fact, extropolation lar ?? in times to come, bits of here-and-there inconveniences (getting more and more ???) will attract more kpkb once the tolerance threshold (aka enough is enough lar ???) is breached ??

    do you mean the tua-liat white monkey idiots and gang will not kpkb if the same thing is built in their vicinity or they have the power to ensure that such buildings are never earmarked to be nearby their own living paradise ???

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  • Smart Nation:

    @ Singaporeans R Free Riders:
    September 29, 2021 at 3:11 am
    Those examples you cited do not represent all the residents in the area, just as not all Singaporeans are free-riders.

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