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Follow up on ‘do not call us your brothers’

Zakir Hossain

Hello everyone,

I would like to respond to the statement issued by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) regarding their refusal to renew my work permit, which resulted in my repatriation to Bangladesh after 19 years of work in Singapore.

Thousands of migrant workers in Singapore work hard in construction, shipyard, manufacturer, landscape industry daily to build the city, maintain the roads and clean the streets. We travel to Singapore to earn money to support dependents back in our home countries. Over time, many of us also develop an attachment to Singapore. We befriend Singaporeans, and we care about Singapore and want the country to do well.

But it is difficult for migrant workers to have a voice in Singapore. We are aware that our work permits can be cancelled at any time by our employers or the authorities, and that scares many workers into silence. With loans to pay and family members to support, most of us cannot afford to lose the jobs that we have in Singapore and be sent home.

Migrant workers faced discrimination and difficult conditions even before the pandemic, but Covid-19 made things worse for us. Tens of thousands of us were locked down in dormitories that were crowded, hot, and stuffy. We had to live in fear as the virus spread. We often did not have much information about what was happening, which made us worry even more. Cooped up in our dormitories, we could only agonise about our situation, made worse by the knowledge that our loved ones at home were also worrying and crying for us.

Conditions can vary from dormitory to dormitory. Some workers were in more difficult situations than others. The workers at Westlite Jalan Tukang were given food of poor quality, with insects found among the rice and vegetables. Living conditions were poor, and those who had tested positive for Covid were not immediately isolated. It made them worry about passing the virus on to their roommates, as much as their roommates were scared of catching Covid from them.

When I heard of the conditions that these worker brothers faced in their dormitory, I could immediately relate. It was easy to put myself in their shoes. I myself caught Covid more than once during the pandemic, while I was stuck in my dormitory. We were confined in stuffy rooms, with up to 12 people in a room, and 15 of such rooms using one bathroom. Ambulance sirens filled the dormitory every day and we were losing hope one by one. I knew, firsthand, how it feels to find your roommates testing positive, and wondering when you might be next, and how bad it might be when you get sick. I saw my roommates being shocked and scared after I told them I was feverish and might have Covid despite preventive measures. There was no space in the room to hide from the virus; two of my roommates started crying and another two started praying.

I have survived despair, so I know it well. Most of us could not give feedback to our dormitory operators or employers about the situation. Some were not paid their salaries despite it being promised to them. In August 2020, Reuters reported “a spate of suicides and attempted suicides involving migrants in Singapore” due to mental health issues from a lack of support from friends and family.

I myself was transferred to the hospital, Expo and army camp, and then back to the hospital again, when I was down with Covid. In October 2021, a Facebook user took a video of the community care facility in Ang Mo Kio and its poor conditions were rectified.

Contrastingly, as migrant workers, we have no avenue to talk about the dormitory conditions or the Covid situation. Only dormitory residents with lived experience can speak of the trauma we went through I could understand why the workers in Westlite Jalan Tukang felt helpless, angry, and anxious.

That was why I was dismayed to see the response to these desperate workers. I was horrified to see that riot police and armoured vehicles had been deployed to the dormitory. (As CNA reported at the time, there was a “heavy security presence”, with armoured police vehicles at the scene.) It made me feel like, instead of engaging with the workers’ fears and concerns as human beings, the reaction of the authorities was to see my fellow workers first and foremost as security threats to be managed.

I am a migrant worker and a poet. I use my poetry to convey the experience of migrant workers to the rest of Singapore. I use my writing to bridge the gap between workers and Singaporeans who might not know much about what we face, so far from our families and our homes. I wanted to use my voice to highlight the concerns, hopes, dreams, and fears that migrant workers in Singapore have. Upset by what happened at Westlite Jalan Tukang, I responded as I often do: with words and poetry.

The point of my Facebook post was to point out that, if migrant workers were really treated as “brothers”, we would not be treated so differently from others in Singapore. If we were really seen as part of the Singapore family, the response to the pain and suffering of migrant workers would not be riot police in scary, intimidating vehicles.

I had only hoped that the Minister would have more compassion for workers. I wanted to highlight the plight of the workers in Westlite Jalan Tukang and use my voice to help their situation. It was also not to “incite” or “inflame” the emotions of workers in Westlite Jalan Tukang and elsewhere. This can be seen from how the poem was addressed to the Minister, and not to the workers. Additionally, I signed off as “workers of Westlite Tukang”, because I had heard first-hand accounts from the workers there and have lived experience as a worker dormitory resident as well.

It saddens me that MOM saw my efforts to speak up about migrant workers’ issues, and to take part in community initiatives, literary art festivals and workshops, as “activism” that they had to tolerate the previous times they renewed my work permit “despite” my involvement in such activities. I have never wished bad things for Singapore. I have always wanted to contribute to the community, and sincerely thought that what I did brought people together and made society richer. It is disappointing that what I saw as giving back to a country and society I have grown to care deeply about, was seen by MOM as me overstaying my welcome. I am worried that MOM’s statement sends a message to migrant workers still in Singapore that speaking out about workers’ issues is “activism” that will be punished. I am concerned that this will make workers even more afraid to speak up, and to participate in public life in Singapore. I fear that this will hurt the relationships between workers and Singaporeans that so many of us have worked so hard to build over the years.

I am grateful to Singapore for letting me contribute to your country and infrastructure for the past two decades. I hope that workers will have accessible channels for feedback. I hope issues will be resolved without any repercussions when workers speak up. I hope workers can continue to participate in public life in Singapore freely.

We see Singapore as our home away from home and we are part of the Singapore community. I want to encourage my brothers to continue working for the good of Singapore, as I did.

 

Sincerely,
Zakir Hossain

 

 

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35 Responses to “Follow up on ‘do not call us your brothers’”

  • Trust only myself:

    Having worked and lived here for 19 years surely the writer still don’t understand the liars……write to liar for what?

    Locals also don’t have certain “freedom”, can be charged easily, why migrants workers asked for freedom? They might as well don’t come……stay back in home countries and build their countries.

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  • Real democracy:

    Please shut up and go home. Singapore does not need you. Our forefathers worked harder and suffered more to build this island, NOT YOU.

    Incidentally, who wrote this piece for you?

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  • Asd:

    I think please la you got money for what you did you are no santa clause so just accept retrenchment la and no sour cream and vinegar please

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  • Asd:

    I think it should sadden you more for not building and helping your own country but for your own pocket you did it for other country you sucks

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  • Malanggadong:

    Singapore is too tiny and extremely fragile

    Please don’t do anything to destabilise but everything to help

    While here, if we don’t call you brother, what you want us to address you?

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  • idontbelieveinccpbs:

    Whatever you say if correct but criticise the party, you will not be spared.

    They will find any excuse to bring you down.

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  • Sam:

    We see Singapore as our home away from home and we are part of the Singapore community. I want to encourage my brothers to continue working for the good of Singapore, as I did.

    I have worked with many of your country man before on projects.
    Everyday counting how much overtime money they make.
    Singapore is just your God of fortune Lah!

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  • opposition dude:

    Well, the guy wrote out and to PAP it was not nice since it put them in a bad light so they decided not to renew his permit and with that, he lost hs job and was sent home. Whatever he writes won’t matter anymore since he knows he won’t be back here ever to work for the remainder of his life no more.

    While what he writes is the truth, he also forgot he doesn’t quite have any rights here as a foreigner so he would be open to exploitation and would have to suffer and keep quiet about it if he wanted to continue to earn the good money. His only mistake was to speak out and he paid for it dearly with his job, this is also PAP’s classic tactic of making one pay dearly for whatever transgressions one has committed. Just ask Francis Seow or Tang Liang Hong about this.

    So PAP is basically sending out the message of “We can take action against you if you are a permit/pass holder and we WILL do it”

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  • Rough Rider:

    All unsympathatic to the author’s plight.

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  • Singaporeans R Free Riders:

    Rough Rider:
    All unsympathatic to the author’s plight.

    Exactly!!! All unsympathetic to the author’s plight except we PAP.

    We PAP are so sympathetic to the author’s plight that we PAP sent him home so that he can be taken care of by his family members.

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  • theforgottongeneration:

    Again, nobody wants to answer why the Westlite Jalan Tukung dorm can have such bad conditions, considering it is a NEW, PURPOSE-BUILT dorm supposedly to prevent large-scale outbreak of the covid spread in an environ like a FW dorm. Designed and built by JTC using taxpayers monies, yet still can cock-up, with (said) 25% of the residents having contracted covid-19. How many of our families or workplaces have had 25% of the members/workers infected by covid???

    MOM already said “Shortcomings by all parties”, yet notice MOM didn’t fault itself, nor blame MTI/MND/JTC for a lousy design, nor answer why with 3 million$ Coordinating Ministers, things still can fuxk-up. They build the dorm for whom? Who appointed the dorm operator? Who conducted regular (if any) checks that the dorm is performing as designed? Who was monitoring the dorm operating parameters? Who created and was in charge of the ACE group? Million$ PM/ministers don’t know how to ask such questions, meh? 160-ranked media too stupid to ask such questions, hor? Pappies-doggies wayanging as patriotic locals to divert attention onto the workers?

    https://www.channelnewsasia.com/singapore/westlite-jalan-tukang-dormitory-mom-koh-poh-koon-migrant-workers-2282471

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  • Singaporean R Free Rider:

    btw, who help you wrote this letter of response ?

    Is it Jolovan Wham ? If yes, you are being made use of as canon fodder.

    You should not link yourselves with activist who haboured evil agenda against our great PAP government.

    You should only link yourselves with our great PAP government activist such as PA or PAP grass root organization.

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  • Rough Rider:

    Singaporeans R Free Riders: Exactly!!! All unsympathetic to the author’s plight except we PAP.

    We PAP are so sympathetic to the author’s plight that we PAP sent him home so that he can be taken care of by his family members.

    More likely you don’t him to continue saying how terrible the living and working conditions are for these workers.

    Why not just make improvements to their living and working conditions?

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  • theforgottongeneration:

    Rough Rider: More likely you don’t him to continue saying how terrible the living and working conditions are for these workers.

    Why not just make improvements to their living and working conditions?

    Aiyoh, doggies like ‘Singaporean R Free Riders’ and pap very sympathetic to plight of future of SG, that’s why they purposely lose 2 GRCs and orchestrated pap votes to be the WORST in history over the last 3-4 elections. Hahaahahaaaaa…. Lancheow boss get only begets lancheow followers.

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  • Thanks:

    Thanks for your 19 years of contribution.
    Time to go home and do your part for your country.
    Your country need your skills more…

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  • Singaporeans R Free Riders:

    Rough Rider: More likely you don’t him to continue saying how terrible the living and working conditions are for these workers.

    No. you got it wrong. By sending him back, we PAP are helping to improve the living and working conditions as Singapore and migrant worker’s dormitory becomes less crowdy.

    Rough Rider:
    Why not just make improvements to their living and working conditions?

    Yes, by sending him back:
    1. we had one less in the dormitory and become less crowdy and thus improve the living and working conditions.
    2. we PAP helped him and saved him from being (canon fodder) make used of by evil people to cause chaos to Singapore.

    PAP is great … PAP bless Singapore

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  • MarBowling:

    theforgottongeneration:
    July 8, 2022 at 11:22 pm (Quote)
    Again, nobody wants to answer why the Westlite Jalan Tukung dorm can have such bad conditions, considering it is a NEW, PURPOSE-BUILT dorm supposedly to prevent large-scale outbreak of the covid spread in an environ like a FW dorm. Designed and built by JTC using taxpayers monies, yet still can cock-up, with (said) 25% of the residents having contracted covid-19. How many of our families or workplaces have had 25% of the members/workers infected by covid???

    MOM already said “Shortcomings by all parties”, yet notice MOM didn’t fault itself, nor blame MTI/MND/JTC for a lousy design, nor answer why with 3 million$ Coordinating Ministers, things still can fuxk-up. They build the dorm for whom? Who appointed the dorm operator? Who conducted regular (if any) checks that the dorm is performing as designed? Who was monitoring the dorm operating parameters? Who created and was in charge of the ACE group? Million$ PM/ministers don’t know how to ask such questions, meh? 160-ranked media too stupid to ask such questions, hor? Pappies-doggies wayanging as patriotic locals to divert attention onto the workers?

    https://www.channelnewsasia.com/singapore/westlite-jalan-tukang-dormitory-mom-koh-poh-koon-migrant-workers-2282471

    Response: based on the above link, a certain part of Holee Disclosure by CNA(C*unt N Arsehole)showed VERY GRAVE Shortcomings by MOH, a very BIG PLAYER(besides the “yet notice MOM didn’t fault itself”)NOT BEING SINGLED OUT TO BE ONE OF THOSE FARKING MINISTRIES THAT “DIDN’T FAULT ITSELF” IN THE HOLEE EVENT THAT LED TO THE DEPLOYMENT OF RIOT POLICE AND ARMOURED VEHICLES!

    This one takes the cake:
    There are 3000 residents at the dormitory-about half of them are employed by Sembcorp Marine and almost all of them are workers from China who arrived in the last 3 to 4 mths, said Dr Arsehole. The workers were vaccinated in their home bf arriving in Sinkapore, and their vaccination status NEEDED to be VERIFIED to be REGISTERED as VACCINATED in SinKapore, he noted. “ MOM has been working with the employer to EXPEDITE the VERIFICATION, and PROGRESS has been made,” he said, adding that about 60% of the Sembcorp Marine workers have been VERIFIED TO HAVE RECEIVED World Health Organization(WHO THE HELL)Emergency Use List VACCINES! “A number” of workers were NOT VACCINATED with WHO Emergency Use List VACCINES(SO 101% THEY ARE VACCINATED WITH CHINESE VACCINES, SINOVAC OR SINOPHARM!)and they ARE ENCOURAGED(THREATENED MAYBE?)to be VACCINATED(WITH THE HOLEE MRNA PFIZER OR MODERNA WHICH MOST CHINESE WORKERS WOULD REFUSE OUTRIGHT WHICH MAY CAUSE MUCH DELAY IN THE VERIFICATION PROCESS)IN SINKAPORE “FOR THEIR OWN PROTECTION,” said the SMOS! So it’s very CLEAR AS THE BLUE SKY OF SINKAPORE, THAT besides the SMALLER players, BOTH MOM AND MOH ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE HOLEE SAGA IN THE DORMITORY AT WESTLITE JALAN TUKANG WHEN THE WORKERS FELT HELPLESS, ANGRY AND ANXIOUS!

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  • Rough Rider:

    Wow I can sense that you are soooooo sensitive to his plight.

    They should feed you food infested with maggots.

    Let you sleep above drian covers.

    Singaporeans R Free Riders: No. you got it wrong. By sending him back, we PAP are helping to improve the living and working conditions as Singapore and migrant worker’s dormitory becomes less crowdy.

    Yes, by sending him back:
    1. we had one less in the dormitory and become less crowdy and thus improve the living and working conditions.
    2. we PAP helped him and saved him from being (canon fodder) make used of by evil people to cause chaos to Singapore.

    PAP is great … PAP bless Singapore

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  • Spec Ops:

    I have to agree with him. Conditions he stated and the treatment of workers was one of the reasons (not the major one) why I left the construction industry.

    Knowing what I saw, I was surprised the Little India riots took as long as it did to erupt.

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  • Singaporeans R Free Riders:

    Spec Ops: I have to agree with him. Conditions he stated and the treatment of workers was one of the reasons (not the major one) why I left the construction industry.

    You left the industry ?

    Talk so much. Why you did not do anything to help them like BK here ?

    No ? Because you felt you are of higher class and foreign workers are lower class ?

    Work 20 hours everyday
    https://bit.ly/3RkcLnY

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  • Singaporeans R Free Riders:

    Rough Rider:
    Wow I can sense that you are soooooo sensitive to his plight.

    They should feed you food infested with maggots.

    Let you sleep above drian covers.

    Did they work 20 hours per day ?
    These workers living and working condition is thousands times better than their home.

    Work 20 hours everyday (watch before you shoot off your mouth)
    https://bit.ly/3RkcLnY

    Anyway what have you done except hid behind moniker and kpkb ?

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  • Rough Rider:

    Hihi Big Shot

    You don’t hide behind moniker and kpkb meh? You mean Spore R Free Riders your actual name!? Haha!

    Did you pay them 20 hours a day or just 8 hours a day? IF Pay only 8 hours and extract 20 hours of work very good deal eh? That’s what some of my ex bosses do.

    It’s called exploitation.

    Go shoot your big mouth with water gun. Piang Piang Piang!

    Or shoot your mouth with LGBT guns.

    Did you attend pink dot?

    Singaporeans R Free Riders: Did they work 20 hours per day ?
    These workers living and working condition is thousands times better than their home.

    Work 20 hours everyday (watch before you shoot off your mouth)
    https://bit.ly/3RkcLnY

    Anyway what have you done except hid behind moniker and kpkb ?

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  • theforgottongeneration:

    MarBowling:

    This one takes the cake: ….. BOTH MOM AND MOH ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE HOLEE SAGA IN THE DORMITORY AT WESTLITE JALAN TUKANG WHEN THE WORKERS FELT HELPLESS, ANGRY AND ANXIOUS!

    No lah, JT already said nobody demanded an apology, so MOM not responsible already, mah. Also PM already subcon covid issue to MTF, appointed 3 BigF in MTF to oversee things, so cannot be MOH’s fault too, hor. LOL …

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  • Singaporean R Free Rider:

    Rough Rider: Hihi Big Shot

    You don’t hide behind moniker and kpkb meh?

    Hohoho… I had walked the ground, visited one room HDB flat needy families more than anyone of you here and I know Opposition type of character such as you..

    Raging unclouth woman at Tuas 2nd Link
    https://bit.ly/3NXOuB2

    “Singapore is a First World nation but with THIRD class citizens.”

    Yes, Singapore is a First World nation but with RACIST THIRD class citizens looking down on THIRD world countries foreign workers …

    My great PAP is right to call Opposition racist.

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  • Rough Rider:

    Oppo very inclusive. Look at Pritnam.
    I just want to piak piak you with LGBT guns.
    You can walk the ground. But see what you want to see, hear what you want to hear.

    Singaporean R Free Rider: Hohoho… I had walked the ground, visited one room HDB flat needy families more than anyone of you here and I know Opposition type of character such as you..

    Raging unclouth woman at Tuas 2nd Link
    https://bit.ly/3NXOuB2

    “Singapore is a First World nation but with THIRD class citizens.”

    Yes, Singapore is a First World nation but with RACIST THIRD class citizens looking down on THIRD world countries foreign workers …

    My great PAP is right to call Opposition racist.

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  • xoxo:

    Sg can do without fake FTs but we cannot do without FWs ,like it or not.
    Btw,FTs look down on such FWs in general.
    This guy n his compatriots deserve our recognition n appreciation more so than most of the arrogant FTs especially ang moh tua kees.

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  • Rough Rider:

    You are quite right about Spore being 3rd world. u r refering to the new citizens as 3rd class?

    You are quite right about the racists and xenaphobic part. The Ah tiong HR companies in people’s park are very unfriendly, even hostile to locals.

    As for CECA, they only work with and/or hire other CECA. Even local Indians also don’t like them.

    Go clementi pool at night, a lot of ah tiongs stand in the middle of the pool, knowing people are doing laps.

    The uncouth not unclouth woman at 2nd link? I think the other car must have done something to piss her off. Otherwise she won’t react like this.

    Singaporean R Free Rider: Hohoho… I had walked the ground, visited one room HDB flat needy families more than anyone of you here and I know Opposition type of character such as you..

    Raging unclouth woman at Tuas 2nd Link
    https://bit.ly/3NXOuB2

    “Singapore is a First World nation but with THIRD class citizens.”

    Yes, Singapore is a First World nation but with RACIST THIRD class citizens looking down on THIRD world countries foreign workers …

    My great PAP is right to call Opposition racist.

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  • SINGAROAR:

    The foreign workers in the dormitories are being abused. They do not have the freedom to leave the dormitories when they want. They need special passes to visit certain areas in Singapore. This is a human rights’ violation. The dormitories built were approved by the BCD. Many activists had warned against the crowded inhuman living conditions but as usual the govt. turned a deaf ear. When Covid 19 began to spread in the dormitories, the govt. used taxpayers’ monies to bail out the dormitory owners by releasing new residential units. There were no fines or punishment meted out to the dormitory owners who some claim are in the PAP grassroots. The PAP, in its haste to shut down any adverse feedback and not addressing the complains of many Singaporeans on the ill treatment of these workers has supported the continued abuse of the foreign worker. The writer is right, we should not call him “brother”!

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  • R Tanzy:

    Zakir Hossain writes well. You can tell that he is a good man…. working hard for his family as well as helping his compatriots.

    As usual, the plight and dire predicament of these foreign workers are being exploited.

    After 19 years of hard work and contribution, these workers are no longer considered as human beings but treated as dispensable digits.

    Totally no moral sense of empathy, compassion and ‘brotherliness’.

    Very SHAMEFUL and SAD!

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  • Kick them out, all PAP.:

    Why bother to question, ask, feel ???

    KICK THE PAP SLAVE MASTERS ,

    ” OUT ”

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  • annelise:

    when it suits ‘THEM’ oh we should make them feel welcome. when it doesnt suit them ,these unfortunates are on the first plane out of here. ! why not put that sri lankan president on the first plane out when he landed ? hes a worse off criminal. instead our shameful govt gives him an extnsion of stay!!!!! heaven only wonders what he did to be able to stay !!!!

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  • annelise:

    quote:
    R Tanzy:
    July 18, 2022 at 9:38 pm (Quote)
    Zakir Hossain writes well. You can tell that he is a good man…. working hard for his family as well as helping his compatriots.

    As usual, the plight and dire predicament of these foreign workers are being exploited.

    After 19 years of hard work and contribution, these workers are no longer considered as human beings but treated as dispensable digits.

    Totally no moral sense of empathy, compassion and ‘brotherliness’.

    Very SHAMEFUL and SAD!

    yes very sad.
    Totally no moral sense of empathy, compassion and ‘brotherliness’.

    ha ha . from our govt? theyre the last person to look at for such human god given traits. !

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  • Awakened:

    On behalf of many of the good Singaporeans who still think with their hearts, please accept our sincerest appreciation for the work that you have done for Singapore.

    We also extend our sincerest aplogies for having failed you. We did not know much about what is going on as the gahmen controls the local media to sing its own tune. So this is really news to us all. The other side and opposing side is never presented nor given a voice in our country.

    If Singapore continues this way, many Singaporeans especially the young ones and new citizens will vote these folks out for practising biased policies that harm Singapore`s reputation. We have been creating many expdient policies that do not benefit our people, and how we treat our foreign labor is important as they are part of the Singapore community.

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  • JV:

    Jolovan Wham must have vetted his writing.

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  • JV:

    Singapore is really Chinapore. Don`t expect Chinese Singaporeans to fight for freedoms in a functioning democracy. Look at the Hong Kees. That`s why we have no creativity and innnovation or enterprise. Sinkies have barren mindsets. Mindsets of sinkies are good for controlling its own people and milking us like a cow while feeding sinkies with bullshit. That`s what the govie is good at: suppression, repression, thought control, character assassination, mischaracterisation. Did we miss something? You know them lah. They all behave like kings and so out of touch with the ground because so busy with working for their own interests and hegemony. That`s why after so many elections still out of touch. How like tat? They cannot make it lah. Damn jialat. How? Each time a sinkie or our foreign friends say somethin, they kana whack until jialat jialat because our govie so busy got caught out of the blue, so trigger fast, shoot! You know take a sledgehammer to whack an ant. Why no proportion? Becos out of touch lah. So whack. Faster mah. Feel very powderful mah.

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