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Rude Pinoy sacked, good on you TTSH!




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I read with much relief that the management of Tan Tock Seng Hospital had decided to terminate the rude and obnoxious foreigner who made derogatory remarks about Singaporeans.

We need to put our foot down to these foreigners who come here to “loot and plunder” our resources. Some even say it openly that Singaporeans are no good, that we are lazy and incompetent.

One foreigner told me that all the IT infrastructure in Singapore runs because of foreigners. This is not true. In fact, there are a lot of local talent who can do this job but have been promoted to handle management functions.

What do these guys take us for? They think they can come here, take our jobs, live amongst us and insult us at the end of the day! No way!

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So I have decided to once more support my favourite politician Gilbert Goh on the 31st of January 2015 at Hong Lim Park.

We need to stop the onslaught of foreigners in this country. We need to stop them from taking our jobs away, come down and support us!

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