Of Filipino & Singaporean Racist Blogs and Posts..

On Jan 2, the 29-year-old had labelled Singaporeans as “loosers (sic) in their own country” and vowed to “take their jobs” before “evicting” them from here. Claiming that Singapore would be the “new Filipino state”, he also prayed for disasters to strike the country.

He was on Wednesday convicted of one charge under the Sedition Act, for promoting feelings of ill-will and hostility. Ello, who is on bail, also admitted his guilt on two counts of providing false information to police.


Philippines says it accepts Singapore’s sedition ruling on Filipino nurse: Media

says it accepts ‘s sedition ruling on Filipino nurse: Media

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MANILA – The Philippine authorities said on Thursday that they respect the decision by a Singapore court to convict a Filipino nurse of sedition, GMA News reported.

The news came one day after Ed Mundsel Bello Ello, 29, pleaded guilty to publishing a seditious Facebook comment, and to two counts of lying to the police on Jan 3 and 4 this year.

“Mr Ello and his lawyer respect the judgment of the court and have done all that is possible to defend his actions,” Foreign Affairs spokesman Charles Jose said, urging overseas Filipinos to follow the laws of their host countries.

“We await the sentence to be handed out by the court on September 16,” Mr Jose was quoted by GMA News as saying.

The prosecution is now seeking a sentence of 20 weeks’ jail for Ello, calling his remarks “xenophobic, derogatory and highly inflammatory”.




Another Filipino guy riles S’poreans up by calling them “trash” and “self-important”

The saga of offensive online comments is not over.

Merely days after Singaporeans were riled up by a Mr Ello Ed Mundsel Bello’s comments on Facebook, postings from another Filipino guy calling Singapore “trash” have also gone viral.

An article by All Singapore Stuff shows the comments made by him, calling locals a “bunch of talentless, skill-less and self-important jerks”, and that “without pinoys Singapore is nothing”.


Tan Tock Seng Hospital fires Filipino nurse who made “offensive comments” on Facebook

We have dismissed Mr Ello Ed Mundsel Bello from our Hospital immediately for his offensive online comments made in 2014 while in our Hospital’s employment. Mr Bello had joined us in October 2014 and had been under probation.

In the course of our investigations, we were alerted to and reviewed three earlier online posts made by Mr Bello in 2014 that touched on race and religion:
i) An offensive Facebook comment on Singapore;
ii) Two offensive comments on religion on his Google Plus page

Mr Bello has confirmed that he had made these three posts.

These comments were highly irresponsible and offensive to Singapore and religion. They have distressed members of the public and our hospital staff. His conduct goes against our staff values of respect, professionalism and social responsibility. As a public healthcare institution, we take a very serious view and have zero tolerance on conduct that is offensive and detrimental to multi-cultural harmony in Singapore.

Our decision for dismissal is independent of the ongoing police investigation of the more recent alleged posts made in January 2015. We are still in full cooperation with the police on the alleged comments.

We would also like to clarify that a quarter of our staff are foreigners, contrary to the inaccurate report by Shin Min Daily News on 5 January 2015. The Hospital is proud to have a harmonious multi-cultural working environment where staff work together to provide good care for patients. Thank you.

Tan Tock Seng fires Filipino nurse who made “offensive comments” on Facebook

An anti-Singaporean Facebook post, purportedly made by Filipino Ed Mundsel Bello Ello, went viral over the weekend. Mr Ello, who is a nurse at Tan Tock Seng Hospital has since been dismissed. — PHOTO: THE NEW PAPER 

SINGAPORE – Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) has dismissed the Filipino nurse whose Facebook comments targeting Singaporeans surfaced last week, angering many online.


Philippine embassy reminds Tan Tock Seng nurse to watch his social media usage

Published on Jan 6, 2015 11:59 AM

Philippine embassy reminds Tan Tock Seng nurse to watch his social media usage

SINGAPORE – The Philippine embassy in Singapore has told a Filipino nurse to be “extra careful with his social media usage”, days after disparaging remarks about Singaporeans appeared on his Facebook account, which he said was hacked.

The Philippine embassy added that it has reiterated its previous advisories on the use of social media.

“Since the matter is under police investigation, the embassy advised the person concerned to cooperate fully with the SPF (Singapore Police Force).”

Tan Tock Seng Hosiptal has said it is working with the police on the investigation.




Nurse put on admin duties pending police investigations: TTSH.

Nurse put on admin duties pending police investigations: TTSH

UPDATE: Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) has responded to feedback about one of its staff allegedly posting inflammatory comments on Facebook saying that the nurse has been placed on administrative duties, pending police investigations.

Yesterday, TTSH posted on its Facebook page that “the staff concerned is our one of our nurses. He has reported to the police that his Facebook account has been hacked. We are cooperating with the police on the investigation”. This drew over 1,900 comments seeking more feedback on the matter.

Although he claimed that his Facebook account has been hacked, earlier insults made online by the Filipino nurse have been uncovered by a sharp-eyed netizen.


Netizen uncovers earlier anti-S’porean comments on hospital staff’s account.

Although he claimed that his Facebook account has been hacked, earlier insults made online by the Filipino nurse…

Netizen uncovers earlier anti-S'porean comments on hospital staff's account

SINGAPORE – Although he claimed that his Facebook account has been hacked, earlier insults made online by the Filipino nurse have been uncovered by a sharp-eyed netizen.

The nurse from Tan Tock Seng Hospital is currently under fire for the inappropriate comments he made in a recent Facebook post which went viral on social media in Singapore.

– See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/netizen-uncovers-earlier-anti-sporean-comments-hospital-staffs-account#xtor=CS1-2

It started off with this, which infuriated all ‘true’ Singaporeans!

“Filipino guy allegedly calls S’poreans “loosers” and wants to take their women, jobs and evict them.”

Hospital claims that Facebook account of staff with anti-Singaporean comments 'hacked'

The account holder, Edz Ello, is a nurse from Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) but he has denied writing it, and claims that his account has been hacked. His employers back him up, which is really making ‘true’ Singaporeans gnash their teeth in anger.

Filipino guy allegedly calls S’poreans “loosers” and wants to take their women and evict them

Many netizens were furious after spotting social media postings from a Filipino guy supposedly claiming that he wants to evict Singaporeans.

Stompers SG50, Loh, Richie, J, Kel, Velther, Henry, Alyssa, and Tinnie all sent in screenshots of Facebook comments that he allegedly posted.

Stomper Loh said, “I, as a Singaporean, feel very insulted by this person’s comment. No matter what, he should have been more careful on how he conducts himself online.”

Stomper SG50 said, “Talk about being ungrateful!”

However, the hospital has responded to the incident, saying that their employee’s account had reportedly been hacked.


Local hospital on anti-S’pore comments: Staff has told police his account was hacked

SINGAPORE – Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) has said that one of its staff has reported to the police that his Facebook account was hacked, after anti-Singaporean comments that was posted on the profile were circulated widely by enraged Singaporeans.

A screenshot of the comments, posted under the Facebook profile of one “Edz Ello”, has been circulating online. In it, the user called Singaporeans “loosers (losers) in their own country” and vowed to “take their jobs, their future, their women”. He also said that he “will be praying that disators (disasters) strike Singapore”.

In a Facebook post on Sunday, TTSH said that the staff is “one of our nurses” and that “he has reported to the police that his Facebook account has been hacked”. The hospital had posted earlier in the day that it “expect our staff to be respectful and professional. Rest assured we are looking into this”, in response to netizens who alerted them to the post.

According to netizens, “Edz Ello” is a 28-year-old Filipino working in Singapore.

The Facebook account of “Edz Ello” has apparently been removed.


Dear all, the staff concerned is one of our nurses. He has reported to the police that his Facebook account has been hacked. We are cooperating with the police on the investigation. Thank you for the alerts and concern



Dear TRS,

My father was terminated last week as a senior waiter by his Pinoy supervisor for no apparent reason. He had been working for the hotel restaurant since the 1990s and is well-regarded by both his colleagues and bosses.

Despite the long working hours, job scope, as well as the miserable off days he got, my father still tolerated all this at the expense of his health. He now suffers from some spinal degeneration and swollen ankles. The doctor put him on chronic medication.

The worst part is that this was only 2 months after the new Pinoy joined the hotel as the F&B manager. My father had complained to HR which then did an investigation but then the supervisor said that he was too slow and this did not give the hotel a good image.

My dad has said that since the mid-2000s when LHL took over, he has seen more and more foreign staff join the hotel in the F&B department. He said that the situation became worse around 2009 when foreign staff made up the majority. 

He believes that he is innocent and this was a ploy by foreign staff to get more of their own kind.

Wei Yi
TRS Contributor



Philippine Fail Blog is here as a venue for people to share their experience of living in Philippines as it relates to the rest of the world.

And it has many unpleasant things to say!

Philippines Fail Blog

In Light of the Singapore “Hate Blog” Against Filipinos


So the big news going on in Philippines right now is about the Singapore “hate blog” which allegedly advocated and encouraged discrimination or unfair treatment of Filipinos in Singapore.

The Philippine embassy has urged Singaporean authorities to take action against the blogger.”

I have to say that if that blogger was instigating or encouraging unfair or discriminatory treatment of anyone in Singapore, and if it violates Singapore law, then I guess there is some basis for action against the blogger.

But isn’t it ironic how so many blogs and other stuff on the internet speaks of the appalling behavior and stupidity of the Filipino where ever they may be? Has anyone considered the possibility that MILLIONS OF PEOPLE WHO DEAL WITH FILIPINOS AND END UP FORMING THE OPINION THAT THEY ARE STUPID AND CANNOT BE TRUSTED might just be true? If something is true, and you say it’s true, how is that “hate speech”??

Philippine Fail Blog does not advocate anything towards the Filipino people other than TO WAKE UP, STOP BEING SO FUCKING CORRUPT AND STUPID, AND START TO IMPROVE YOUR LIVES!!!

Philippine Fail Blog is here as a venue for people to share their experience of living in Philippines as it relates to the rest of the world. And if Philippines attempts to shut our mouths, it is obvious they simply want to continue working on keeping the cold hard truth about their culture of stupidity, ignorance, and corruption from getting out while they continue to try to give the impression they are so wonderful and the best at everything.

Philippine Fail Blog does NOT advocate violence, unfair treatment, or discrimination against any Filipino. The sad truth is, Filipinos commit ENOUGH discrimination, unfair treatment, and violence against themselves in their own country through their policies, laws, and everyday behavior. They certainly do NOT need any help from anyone in that area.

Philippine Fail Blog is primarily a community site, authored by many non-Filipinos, sharing REAL and TRUE experiences of our time spent in Philippines. Philippine Fail Blog is not a “Hate Blog” or “Hate Speech”. It’s just truth speech by way of sharing experiences, and expressing opinions based on experiences dealing with the overwhelmingly vast majority of Filipino natives, their policies, laws, and widespread corruption (which Philippines is known by within the world community).

I would suggest to Philippines that you simply work on becoming a nation of people who are NOT stupid, corrupt, idiots, morons, imbeciles, brainless, incompetent, incapable…etc. I suggest you take a deep hard look at yourselves and ask yourselves why the world thinks you’re so fucking stupid, and why blogs and comments and online chatter is everywhere about Filipino stupidity. Consider the world JUST MAY BE RIGHT ABOUT YOU!!!

If you are undeniably stupid, and you do things and behave in ways which are unquestionably stupid, IT IS NOT HATE SPEECH to say so. It is simply speaking TRUTH.




At the macro-level, Filipinos contribute significantly to Singapore but at the micro-level (that is, on the street), the man on the street may see and experience things differently.



Dear TRS,

Recently, a blog that has been circulating online caught my attention. It was about someone suggesting all forms of ways and means on how to ill treat Pinoys when the opportunity presents itself. Though I disagree with such childish and aggressive behavior, I Understand where the hate stems from.

While we Singaporeans are generally concerned about each other’s rice bowls, Pinoys are relentless back stabbers and pure suck ups. Even when confronted they would pretend that nothing happened and still smile at you. Perhaps to them it is a dog eat dog world, or maybe their culture is a case of ‘survival of the fittest’. Trust me on this one, the next time if you are a minority in a Pinoy filled department or company, watch as how they will intimidate you by staying with their own cliques and speaking Tagalog. Even better, give them any form of authority and watch them maximise it to the fullest. While I don’t like stereotyping others, I have come to the conclusion that Pinoys in general share the same traits.

If having a hard time at work isn’t enough, try the local schools. Yes you read it right, local schools. A former colleague of mine had picked his 8 year old up from school. On the way home he shared with my friend about a little argument he had with his Pinoy classmate. The boy said and I quote ‘You better behave yourself. One day Filipinos are going to take over your country.’ Aghast, my friend took this matter up to the principal. How can an 8 year old boy say such a thing? The Pinoy boy was summoned to the office with his parents the next day. With my friend present, he confessed that his mum and dad had always told him that. 

According to my friend, the Pinoy boy’s parents just kept looking on the floor feeling embarassed.

At this rate, I’m honestly not sure how long can this level of Pinoy tolerance  be kept under wraps.

Do share with me your thoughts.


TRS Contributor






It’s the obvious question everyone is asking nowadays amidst a raft of hate blogs and other such digital artifcats going “viral” all over the Net. Many of these seem to have stemmed from the whole fracas surrounding a plan by Filipino community leaders to stage a 12th June Independence Day event at a major shopping centre in Singapore. The plan attracted a lot of debate and, with it, anonymous trolls lobbing racist abuse into the mix.

Politicians on boths sides of the sea have since chimed in even as organisers of the event withdrew their plans presumably under the weight of the harrassment. Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has condemned Singaporeans who were involved in the online harrassment for their “thuggish behaviour”. Charles Jose, spokesman of the Philippines’ Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) assured everyone that this is an “isolated” incident and that such attitudes reflect only that of “a small number of Singaporeans who don’t have the full appreciation or understand of the role of Filipinos there”.

But the more important question remains the elephant in the room politicians and mainstream commentators tiptoe around:

What is the source of this hate, and why does it seem to resonate amongst a big sector of Singapore society; big enough to shut down a major community event such as this year’s Independence Day commemoration there?

This intolerance seems baffling considering that, by any measure, Singapore is one of the most racially-tolerant societies in a region where racism is often an institutionalised part of society and governance. Racial and religious harmony is regarded by the Singapore government as a crucial part of Singapore’s success, and played a part in building a Singaporean identity. But achieving and maintaining this harmony was (and continues to be) no easy task.

According to the records of the Commission on Filipinos Overseas, there are 180,000 Filipinos living and working in Singapore. The Philippine government’s stated position on this large presence is that these residents “remain an important part of the city-state economy”. That is, of course, seeing it at a macro-economic level. The way individual Singaporeans see that presence at a street level may tell a different story and may have deeper social implications separate from the economic numbers. And that is, perhaps, where the “debate” around root causes should be. As such, the Philippine government’s position on the matter may be incomplete, which means that an incomplete or, worse, a flawed solution to resolve this (if any such is actually being planned) may aggravate the problem further. The last thing we need, specially in times when the Philippines grows ever more dependent on foreign capital and employment for its survival, is for the proverbial elephant in the room to keep growing bigger.

[NB: Parts of this article were lifted from various Wikipedia.org articles related to Singapore in a manner compliant to the terms stipulated in the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License that governs usage of content made available in this site. Photo courtesy Pinoy-OFW.com.]


Associated Press in Singapore


A man carries a poster that translates as “Singaporean can”t take it” to protest against a perceived influx of foreigners to the city state. Photo: AP



CEnterTechNews Response on Racist Blog Article in Favor of all Filipinos Help us to report the article.. Read more:

Kicker Daily News

British man defends Filipinos against racist blog, writes Singapore PM a letter

MANILA, Philippines – A British citizen married to a Filipina took the cudgels for Filipinos who were slighted in a very repulsive, racist article posted on a Singaporean blog site ‘Blood Stained Singapore’ that sparked anger and condemnation online, even among Singaporean themselves.

Malcolm Conlan, a British living in UK and married to a Filipina defended his wife’s compatriots and wrote an open letter to Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Long stressing ‘the overwhelming majority of the Filipino people are a hardworking, caring, friendly, happy people who wish no harm to any other people or nation.”

Conlan’s letter to the PM Lee Hsien Loong, which was published and shared among many websites and starting to get viral, read as follows:

An open letter to the Prime Minister of Singapore,

Dear Sir,

I never dreamt for one moment that I would ever feel the need to write another letter to anybody in Singapore about racism, In fact I am very reluctant to do so.

However as a British man living in the UK married to a filipina, I believe it is my absolute duty to challenge any form of racism or discrimination directed towards the Filipino people.

Earlier this morning, my attention was drawn to a blog currently circulating the internet, it appears to take the form of a 5-point guide to instruct the Singaporean people on how to show displeasure at the ‘Filipino infestation’ the author believes is happening right now in your country.

Sir, I have never been to Singapore, I am not aware of the culture of the country and to be honest, as this is the second example of blatant racism coming out of your country which I have encountered, I would not wish to really do so.

Having visited the Philippines on more than thirty occasions and being married to a Filipina, as well as working with Filipinos and engaging with them for over twenty years, I believe I am qualified to give my opinion. The overwhelming majority of the Filipino people are a hardworking, caring, friendly, happy people who wish no harm to any other people or nation.

I am sure you are aware that there are an estimated ten million OFW’s or Overseas Filipino Workers around the world. These workers are employed in the caring sector as nurses, doctors, healthcare workers, radiologists and the list goes on. In customer facing roles in hotels, airports, the airline industry. As engineers, pilots, cabin crew as well as in many other professions worldwide.

I note this grave concern that this blogger seems to want to drive Filipino’s out of your country through this campaign of hate. I am not aware of the laws on discrimination in Singapore, however I do not believe that blogs like this give the Singaporean people a good image, I seek your further reassurance that the Filipino people are not subject to any form of discrimination whilst working in your country.

Thank you Sir for taking the time to read this letter.

Best regards

Malcolm Conlan



From a FEEBLE-MINDED SINGAPOREAN! Blood Stained Singap: Filipino infestation in Singapore-5 point guide to…


My Organised Chaos

Arguing with Myself: Feeding the Blood-Stained Singaporean Troll

Posted: June 13, 2014 in Arguing with Myself

But yeah, it was not offensive for me; it was silly, funny, and invalid. Here are my reasons as to why I find this hate post a big joke.

1. The author claims that Filipinos suck at English. Well, I highly doubt that. For one thing, the author must remember that their telemarketing and contact centers will not survive without the help of Filipinos who “suck” at English (I need to raise my sarcasm sign here, lest some people do no get it).

2. Nudging people and making it look accidental is a universal gesture of insecurity and rudeness. May apply to you whether or not your “victim” is a Filipino.

3. Another thing that author suggests is to create an artistic mess on your plate when dining at Jollibee or any Filipino-themed restaurants in Singapore……Yes, you may be showing your displeasure, but you are also embarrassing yourself—an uncivilized human being who does not know how to dine. Let’s leave it at that. You also implied that you have, in some instances in your life, eaten shit.

But no, I will not promote any hate against Singaporeans here, and hopefully, I haven’t. I leave it with the words of a friend addressed to the author of the post:  “If you believe in something so bad, why not put your name on it? In an SEO perspective though, smooth! Your page views must be crazy right now. Just do what you do and get enough money from your blog to buy yourself a decent domain name like, iamsad.com or imanuglytroll.com.”

UPDATE: For all those who want to take actions against the anti-Filipino article posted on Blood Stained Singapore blog, you can report it to its blog host by copying its URL and pasting it here.




Police looking into reports against author of xenophobic blog post

Police have confirmed that they are investigating multiple reports made against a xenophobic blog post that expressed hatred toward Filipinos in Singapore, after the Philippine embassy requested action to be taken by Singapore’s government against its author.

The blog, called “Blood Stained Singapore”, was written by an unnamed author. The person put up a profile photograph of a person with cube-shaped cuts on his right cheek.

Singapore police said that reports were lodged with regard to the blog post and investigations are ongoing.



Channel News Asia

17 Jun 2014 20:32

Philippines asks Singapore to take action over racist blog post

SINGAPORE: The Philippine embassy in Singapore has asked the Singapore Government to hold a blogger accountable for a blog post that encourages Singaporeans to show intolerance for Filipinos. The post on the blog “Blood Stained Singapore” offered pointers on how Singaporeans can show displeasure with Filipinos without breaking the law. It has been widely circulated on social media, with many people flagging it as racist and offensive.

A statement on the website of the Philippine embassy in Singapore on Tuesday (June 17) says it immediately communicated to the Singapore Government that appropriate action should be taken against the blogger in accordance with the law.

Police confirmed that reports have been lodged in connection with the blog. A spokesperson said that investigations are ongoing, but offered no further details.

The statement from the Philippine embassy in Singapore said it believes the views of the blogger do not reflect the general beliefs of people in Singapore. The embassy also advised Filipinos not to stoop to the level of the blogger by responding in kind, as the blogger “clearly intends to create friction”. And it encouraged Filipinos here to continue their good work to enhance Philippine-Singapore relations.



Singaporean blog riles Filipinos

Singaporean blogger who posted an anti-Filipino “guide” that suggested ways to displease Filipinos living in Singapore has riled readers.

The anonymous blogger behind Blood Stained Singapore said “Filipinos have long overstayed their welcome, and they must be advised in no less clearer terms that we are growing intolerant of their presence. Then again, let’s do this through largely ‘peaceful’, non criminal means,” the blog reads.

The anonymous blogger believes he is not violating any law by raising his points that are very critical of Filipinos. But Marc Titus Cebreros, chief of the Human Rights Information and Communication Division, contradicted this and said Singapore’s Sedition Act punishes offline and online remarks that tend to incite distrust and enmity between the races with a jail term of three years and a hefty fine.

Cebreros said Singaporean authorities should penalize the blogger concerned.

“At the very least, what he said was rather foolish but the fact that it is stirring negative reactions from Filipinos and other minorities in Singapore should convince the authorities to push for tough legal actions,” he added.

“It is a black and white case of hate speech and hate mongering that deserves to be condemned and penalized,” he added.

The sensationalist post has given the blogger good traffic to his site after the article has been viewed 529,301 times and shared in several social media platforms.


Tinagusang Singapore: A Commentary on Blood Stained Singapore’s Filipino-Hating Article

I am a Filipino, and I have nothing against Singaporeans. Please take note of that before deciding to comment on this. However, I surely have a LOT to say about the person behind this article. I do not believe that the said author speaks for 100% of the entire Singaporean population. What he/she has on his/her mind does not constitute the beliefs and principles of the rest of his/her nation.

Needless to say, I am only attacking the author, not the nation.

For the full article:



Coconuts Singapore

Viral Now: Bloody blog teaches you how to mistreat Filipinos in Singapore ‘legally’

By Coconuts SingaporeJune 13, 2014 / 16:03 SGT

A post uploaded on May 22 to a blog called Blood Stained Singapore is making its rounds.

The seemingly anti-administration website titled the post “Filipino infestation in Singapore-5 point guide to showing displeasure without breaking the law” and included suggestions such as making condescending remarks to Filipino service staff and shoving them accidentally on purpose on public transport.

A quick check on the content history of the website, which was established in January this year, shows Blood Stained Singapore distinctly aims at the local government and “bastards (both foreign and domestic)”. 

Photo: A poll on ‘Blood Stained Singapore’

In its very first post, the writer explains why the site has been named so: “Because it is stained by the blood of (abovementioned “bastards”) and useless politicians who have weakened/polluted/damaged (sic) our once strong nation, thus making SG a far less pleasant country to live in.”

“So we must name and shame them to purify our souls. Every single one of them. You have my word-we shall plug the hemorrhaging (sic). Let the cloting process commence,” the post finished. 

This malicious post on Blood Stained Singapore comes shortly after local activists came together to warn the government of surging xenophobia. Last month, plans to hold a Filipino Independence Day event in June were cancelled due to online vitriol.



Blood Stained Singaporean

Posted: June 13, 2014 in cyberbully

However, let’s do this through largely “peaceful”, with some criminal acts but would fall under justifying and exempting circumstances of the revised penal code (if committed in PH). I recommend following ways:

1. Reject and Eject

If you encounter a Pinoy waiter/waitress or customer service officer, and a Singaporean telling this: ” Could you kindly ask a Singaporean staff to speak to me? Your standard of English-there is much left to be desired” and ” Your English sucks, capisce? Get the fuck out of my uncaring face and find me someone else pronto.” – Kumuha ng balisong at ingudngod sa lamesa. Simple lang diba? Tawagan ang immigration at ipadeport… pero sampahan muna ng kaso, para makulong ng isang oras man lang para magahasa ng mga preso.

2. Step on ‘em, push or shove’em

Singaprean will do this: When the Peenoise get rowdy or obviously do not observe basic social decorum, a little “nudge” in the right direction won’t harm. Just make it look accidental. Pump your fist in victory later when they are out of your sight. We understand sometimes they just don’t get it, so a little more force must be employed. Like what this unsung hero did: This morning at Bishan Circle Line MRT I pushed a Pinoy out of the train before door closes.

Filipinos: Retaliate, push the Singaporean in the railway tracks as your life was put in danger. NOT JUST OUTSIDE THE DOOR, but along the railroad tracks. If they do it along the road, push him along Edsa or Expressway.

3. If you think Singaporeans will create an artistic mess on the plate when dining at Jolibee
Or any other Filipino themed restaurant/ food outlet. Serve food mixed with illegal or prohibited drugs. Plant the evidence in his body and call the police afterwards. Don’t forget to ask for the bill and he must pay in cash.

4. Since they will never render help when Filipinos are involved in serious traffic accidents, lets just stand on the side with arms folded across your chest, peering curiously at the bloody setpiece. NEVER CALL THE AMBULANCE. LET the thieves get his belongings while he is dying. Take selfies with caption harshtag #itsmorefuntodieinthephilippines, .

5. Instead of Praying for a flood of biblical proportions to descend upon in Singapore, let us just pray for their souls… remember we have Filipino nationals in SG, we do not want Filipinos die in their infested country.

Go to the nearest church and pray. Pray hard for divine intervention aloud. Make sure God (and the Pinoy sitting next to you on the same bench) hears every word.

They do not have island hopping or good beaches so in case you see a singaporean drowing in our beaches, Let’s just watch them drown and donate their body in our medical schools.

6. No Bonus point. The end. (I edited his article, the english may not sound good but you are free to comment and correct my grammar)



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