Why do Singaporeans hate Filipinos?

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?

The most recent and, by far, most virulent sower of hate against Filipinos in Singapore involves a 24th May post in which the author encouraged his (or her) compatriots to “step on them, push or shove them” when boarding a train. Before that there was another blog published by a different author proposing that Filipinos be made to ride in separate buses owing to their being perceived as too loud and annoying.

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.

The 1964 race riots were a series of riots that took place in Singapore during two separate periods in July and September between Chinese and Malay groups. The first incident occurred on 21 July during a Malay procession marking the birthday of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. In total, the violence killed 36 people and injured another 556. About 3,000 people were arrested. At that time (1963–65), Singapore was a state in the Federation of Malaysia. In 1969, seven days of communal riots, a result of the spillover of riots also occuring in Malaysia, resulted in a final toll of 4 dead and 80 wounded. Singapore would not experience a major riot until 44 years later when the 2013 “Little India Riots” erupted on the 8th December 2013 after a fatal accident occurred at the junction of Race Course Road and Hampshire Road. About 300 migrant labourers from Tamil Nadu and Bangladesh were involved in the riot which lasted for around two hours.

According to the Philippine government, Filipinos are important to Singapore at a macro-economic level.
According to the Philippine government, Filipinos are important to Singapore at a macro-economic level.

Where do Filipinos figure in this scheme of things?

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.]

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victor m. hernandez
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It would e interesting to have a psycographic profile of Filipinos in Singapore. And a survey of Singaporean’s attitude towards OFWs in
Singapore. I see that one comment states that OFWs are too loud, which annoys others (Singaporean, particularly). Maybe, we’ll make the OFWs tone down their voices. It seems too superficial. That comes to me as low tolerance by Singaporeans of others, OFWs in particular. Some socio-psychological intervention may help.Dialogues, communication exercises, sensitivity training among OFWs may help in adapting to another culture.

oldbread
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filipinos as a group are not compatible with singaporean culture the noise isn’t really that much of an issue, it became an issue only when filipinos became an issue, filipinos are not an issue because of the noise personal opinion as a singaporean filipinos generally yes do talk, yes noisy, but everyone else is already noisy. but when you take a train and realised in a carriage out of maybe say .. 50 people , only 5-8 look like singaporeans and 15-20 filipinos yakking away , you start to have a problem here. filipinos can never seem to answer questions… Read more »
oldbread
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something particularly of notice to filipinos is they like to harp on about how the chinese are the “ruling race” in singapore and how that translates into how filipinos view singapore.

1. the signboards and streetsigns in any nation symbolises the people who are the political masters

2.Lee kuan yew isn’t chinese

juu
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To some Filipinos, ethnicity and citizenship are one and the same.

Dude
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Racism by Filipinos online is nothing new here, this is one of the most racially prejudiced nations on earth. You have got to see what they post against Chinese/Filipino-Chinese here because of the territorial issue. “burn their businesses” “beat the shit out of them” “kill them”. There have been no reported incidents of those here. Filipinos are passive aggressive at most so whatever threats those cowards or morons post online won’t exactly translate to actual crime. Mainland Chinese and Indians on the otherhand..

oldbread
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but the noisy one is the one that attractions attention eh?

oldbread
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a singaporean got shot and killed sometime last year, pretty much the general response was, “you deserve it, who told you to go there”

JHunJHunBHoy
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As a Filipino living in the Philippines, I can totally understand why the some Singaporeans* hate Filipinos. (*Or XXXXX<-insert random butthurt-of-the-day hate target here.) Why? Because if you ^really^ think about it, most Filipinos on some level are corrupt racist sexist prejudiced narrow-minded hypocritical ignorant assholes with double standards who feel that they are mandated by religion and gratuitously entitled to use the entire world as both their toilet and dinner plate. (What the hell, might as well insult 100 million Filipinos all at once. At oo, bilang Pilipino, kasama din ako.) As for the inevitable hate comments, read again:… Read more »
Omar
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Oh, Thank goodness i’m no longer a Filipino.
I’m proudly to say that ” I am a Batangenyo “.

Jake Estrada
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Why do u worry about it? Even God has haters and USA is still the most hated country in the world. Dont lose sleep over it

oldbread
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USA is also the most loved nation

Dude
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hell no it’s not.

oldbread
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yes it is.

people deny it, but they all want to go there

anon
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Here’s some hard data to refute your claim, buddy.

http://www.businessinsider.com/map-world-approval-united-states-2014-1

Lo and behold, Philippines rank as one of the top 3 with 85% approval for Uncle Sam. You love it even more than the Yanks themselves.

oldbread
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i’m not a filipino lol

Jim DiGriz
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Filipinos just love America, because they have no idea about American politics and what is really going on there. Filipinos love America for what they see in the movies and on TV and for basketball, et cetera. Average Filipinos are just uninformed people. Heck, they can’t even find their own country on the map.

dinasour
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now that’s not true, you could easily spot on the philippine islands on the world map with eyes cloosed bec of its shape and location. maybe if the question is- where is singapore? my bet is they’ll look first at china then eyes will troll downwards, left, right, down and will go “ah there”

detarte
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Yeah, right and by the way, North Korea is the most loved country in the world because they are peaceful, rich, powerful and prosperous the whole world are jealous of her.

oldbread
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the issue is apparently big enough for singaporeans to suggest using labour from other countries

Noy P. Salaula
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Why can’t a Phil Government agency, the DFA for that matter, conduct a “culture sensitivity” training about the host country prior to shoving the OFW out of the country? Ooooddps! Me and my loud mouth! Another fee/money making scheme looming on the horizon.

oldbread
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the “council” for the independence day celebrations in singapore prior to the cancelations, had an issue with people not paying for advertising to participate in the event, something that made a lot of people take noticed regarding how filipino organisations organise and handle money or the means to come into money. that being said filipinos are not going to be shove out, at the end of the day other than maids killing each other resulting in the burning of the singapore flag and a burger king manager robbing his own outlet filipinos are generally white collared workers here and not… Read more »
Robert Haighton
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@Noy P Salaula,

one of the requirements for Non-EU citizens to settle in the Netherlands, is to do an exam (Exam takes place in Dutch embassy in MNL. Or more in general: at the Dutch embassy in your own country). That exam consist of: Dutch language plus also testing knowledge of a wide range of the Dutch culture. You fail the exam, you wont get a (permanent) Visa.

Dude
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As I was reading the sentiment of some Singaporeans:

1. Filipinos are taking the Middle management jobs.
2. They are saying their world class education is useless since their graduates can’t find jobs.
3. Paying Filipinos (those in the corporate level and professional level) is CHEAPER.
4. So I believe most of the sentiments are gonna come from their middle class.
5. They resort to Xenophobia and Racism especially the Indians.

oldbread
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the majority of singaporeans are not university graduates nor are they in middle-management

singaporeans who are unhappy and comprised of a large part of the population do not care about that, it mainly overpopulation and crime rate, not middle management posts.

Grumpy Citizen
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DOLE should take note of this, and incorporate a cultural sensitivity component in their placement programs. Otherwise our OFW’s will continue to act as if nothing is wrong and create only more hostility.

It’s just plain old delikadesa to behave in public, and even in our own land, a lot of Filipinos are just flat out pigs.

oldbread
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filipinos are not flat out pigs in singapore i assure you of that, noisy yes when conversing but not pigs.

Dude
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He is correct. Most common Filipinos have no courtesy or care for their neighbors.

oldbread
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some cases yes but most of the filipinos who own/rent properties in singapore belong to the more well off ones.

there was a drummer boy incident but other then that there’s nothing else

http://news.asiaone.com/print/News/Latest%2BNews/Singapore/Story/A1Story20120417-340411.html

this would probably be the point before the anger level exploded

Jerry Lynch
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I’m an American living in The Philippines and I can say first hand that Filipinos are onion-skinned racists when ANYTHING happens that they take personal offense to.

I believe that if Filipinos do not want to be viewed as “loud and intrusive” then they need to learn not to be loud and intrusive. Filipinos in general are rude, inconsiderate of others and they mistreat animals to the point that animals become annoyances to everyone. I expect responses and I am prepared for them.

Jim DiGriz
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Right on target, sad to say it.

Jim DiGriz
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Was talking about what Jerry said.

Yawn
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Jerry well said.

Abigail
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Jerry Lynch- I live in Europe for a long time and live in a tourist district. Because am Filipino and I get along with americans, you know why am Filipino and am loud (I adjust my attitude to whom am talking to and Filipinos here in europe ARE NOT loud) nobody will speak to americans here because germans dont speak english. We admit we are loud, guess what americans are loud too, you all talk like you dont have neighbors or you are hoping that others will understand you and will engage in your conversation ( probably that explains why… Read more »
John
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Jerry’s gonna get himself killed if he continues to use his real name!

Budoy
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Look out for a lynch mob Jerry! :-p

John
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I know it’s a bit off topic but it speaks to the fact that every race has its good and bad personalities. I can say this about Filipinos, Americans, Malaysians, Singaporeans and Thais as I have lived in all of those countries for years at a time. It’s sad that Americans, living in the Philippines, suffer from poor and untrue generalizations (ie – ugly Americans) as a result of the ambassadorship of people like Jerry. These old fat dudes, who can’t get a woman in their own country to speak even a few words to them outside of how do… Read more »
Tribal Warior
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Then why you dare to live in the Philippines. Get lost my country u son of a bitch. Otherwise ????????

Ryan Smith
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Here comes the first of them now….

domo
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Your country? I don’t see your name on it indio.

Christine Co Dulay
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I am Filipino and i agree. Most pinoys just think so highly of themselves that they don’t care about others.they don’t respect differences,they expect you to be like them,or be one with them- or else, you will be tagged as hypocrite.as a filipino, i feel sorry for my kababayans.they dont know and wont accept that there is something wrong somewhere…

anon
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It’s more like Singaporeans crying out in the same vein as Americans do when they see Latinos, “taking their jerbs.” I sympathize with them. They can’t get opportunities of work in their own land because these leeches take theirs instead. I bet if it was the other way around, Filipinos would be as salty if not even more so because of their inflated ego. Filipinos should know their place. You are not a tourist, you are under the mercy of the locals where you are working whether you like it or not. Got a problem with that? Go back home… Read more »
oldbread
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this is another issue, it’s my belief filipinos at 180000 (official numbers) already outnumbered local minorities like eurasians and indians, 400,000 visitors from piilippines visited SG in 2007, possibly higher now and it is noted a lot come in as tourist for work. so at any given time filipinos might actually outnumber the malays. overall yes while the chinese are 70% of the population, that 70% is targeted at the 3million “citizens” whom , these days are comprised strongly of mainland chinese and malaysians chances are singaporeans are already a minority out of the 5 million and the projected 6.9… Read more »
Jim DiGriz
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But in the case of America it is already proven to be a myth that Latinos or other immigrants are taking away jobs from Americans. That believe is absolutely false.

gafused
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On the flip side, the Singaporeans themselves are partly to blame for their “foreigners taking away our jerbs” sentiment. Either they should drop their prideful disdain against 3D/blue-collar jobs and clean their crap by themselves, or just put up with obnoxious aliens (legal or otherwise) cleaning the crap for them.

The statement above though isn’t for the defense of da “balat-sibuyas pero matigas ang mukhang” Pinoys who never do a thorough research about whatever foreign lands they are about to step into.

oldbread
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this is a point of contention filipinos, by and large are considered a luxury, not something that pops up all over the place hired by singaporeans last official figures listed 80,000 as maids, out of 16-180,000 it costs roughtly $1k+ sgd to hire a filipino maid, the majority of the singaporean workers do not pay income taxes , meaning they’re paid less than $3k sgd a month, when you’ve deducted out the “cpf” of 20% (a form of pension scheme) most workers are paid slightly below 2k , hardly the kind of pay that allows you to hire a filipino… Read more »
jarvis
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I’m here in SG and I don’t see the Filipinos working as middle management angle. We are still the rank and file. In fact the Filipino stereotype here is still the maid. Here’s my analysis. Singaporeans think Filipinos are lower kind of race because they allow themselves to become maids. With this in mind, they think filipinos should have less rights than a normal person, I think you can compare it to how Spanish people treated filipinos back then.

oldbread
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MNCs as well?

Toro Hyden
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So, Filipinos are sub-human? Like Hitler think of the Jews? Superior race mentality is still here. Every race is unique and some of their people are capable of aataining excellence…

Kupalmo
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I am filipino and i have been to singapore. The Philippines is a country full of polution, noise and garbage. Generally, filipinos wreaks body odor. Dishonesty is all over the country starting from the dumbass gay president abnoy down to the street children.

Thom Hardy
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It is a sad fact that you are correct. A little street kid walked passed me and slid his hand up the outiside of my shirt, Knowing why, I put my hand on what was in my shirt pocket before the little bastard knocked it up and out of my shirt pocket and onto the street where he would have picked it up and ran. He was surprised I was so fast, and I turned to him and stated that :”If you try that shit again I will break your little fuckin arm”, and I know he understaood me, as… Read more »
arneynl santos
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Then Jerry, why don’t you pack your bags and leave so you can can get rid of nation full of onion skin racist. PRONTO!!!

CJ
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Typical reaponse from an onion-skinned filipino. Maybe all foreigners should leave the Philippines. Take our spending power, investments, and businesses with us. Plenty of other SEA countries worthy of a visit in my opinion.

oldbread
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i don’t actually think that would hurt philippines, the most important thing propping up the nation is all the remittances

people don’t invest out of goodwill so as long as the returns are good why would anyone pull out?

Jim DiGriz
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Arneynl Santos, did you recently have a lobotomy?

domo
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Asshurt much anti-progress flip? Implying that you’re actually doing those dysfunctional cultures of da pinoy Kupalmo mentioned because you embrace mediocrity.

arneynl santos
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naaamoy ko rin anghit mo Kupalmo ang kapalmo!!!!

DIO
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And arneynl santos is one of the reasons why Filipinos on the net should be burned at the stake. Kakahiya. -_-

THOM HARDY
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@ DIO, maybe burning at the stake is a li’l harsh? Maybe if he were to go to another country and get treated like shit,robbed and abused as visitors to the Philippines often are, he would be enlightened to the point that he could see the errors in his thinking/ways?

As a foreigner in countries I am a visitor in, I always expect to treated badly…so when someone goes out of their way to be cool, it is really greatly appreciated.

oldbread
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you should try vietnam and laos

I could walk around a village market place alone without harassment

THOM HARDY
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@Oldbread…IDK about Vietnam, the USA bombed the shit out of that country. I actually know the li’l girl pictured in the 1971 ‘Napalm’ bombing photo. A nice young lady living in NYC now. Irrevocably scarred though, physically and mentally.Her nickname is ‘Miss Saigon’, she was one of the last to get out in ’75 on the chopper at the U.S. embassy in Saigon/Ho Chi Minh City..true story/nice girl….tragic.

Johnny Saint
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Interesting bit of mendacity by Thom Hardy. Far from being irrevocably scarred, Mrs Kim Phuc went on to study medicine. She converted to Christianity. Around 1992 she and her husband defected to Canada. In 1996, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund invited her to attend the Veterans Day ceremonies at the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C. Kim spoke to a group of several thousand Vietnam War veterans about her experiences after the napalm attack on her village. She used that opportunity to share with the verterans about how she finally found happiness and freedom after years of pain and suffering. She… Read more »
Johnny Saint
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Just to clarify Thom Hardy’s mangling of certain historical facts: The now famous photo of Kim Phuc was taken by Nick Ut on 08 June 1972, NOT 1971 as Thom claims. Ut took Kim Phuc and the other injured children to Barsky Hospital in Saigon, where it was determined that her burns were so severe that she probably would not survive. After a 14 month hospital stay and 17 surgical procedures, however, she was able to return home. Ut continued to visit her until he was evacuated during the fall of Saigon. Mrs Kim was NOT evacuated with him in… Read more »
domo
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Your tears of asshurt are very tasty you dimwit. Cry us more a river.

Romcal
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Is Bible true or lie?

Please share your comments

Tribal Warrior
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As a Filipino tourist in Singapore I see pinoys and pinays worker in different field my comments are simple Filipinos in Singapore are more good looking and beautifuls than singaprean faces. We the Filipinos we dont have a pure distinctions because most of us are mixed race we are beautiful than them. They are insecured and jealous.

anon
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Really? Then how come I see artificial whitening products in your drug stores with delusional peeps buying in hopes of becoming some indio Aryan huh? Pot calling the kettle black.

Tribal Warior
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Artificial Whitening Products? Well, that’s marketing strategy…

anon
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In other words, you have no argument to refute my claim. That was pretty weak.

Jim DiGriz
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Oh boy! Really? That is how you measure Filipinos? They are beautiful? I guess that is the most important right? Holy shit!

Tribal Warior
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Well, boy … Im not saying in physical appearance , if you define what is beautiful. The inner beauty is more impotant of Filipinos.

anon
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Sorry, but no self respecting person would want to procreate with a monkey, much less date him/her no matter how nice they are. You gotta have the looks too. That’s just the way the world works.

oldbread
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if they’re jealous and insecure why are you the one blowing your own horn?

Tribal Warior
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Its not your business.

sage
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You’ve lost and trying to save face with that sorry excuse of a post. How sad.

domo
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Translation: AH BASTA! Congratulations emo asshurt. You’ve just answer oldbread’s question you loser.

Tribal Warior
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That’s its not your problem. Too many people are affected with my posts. You know, Reality and truth do not require emotions when I stab you by knife and see your blood we have the same color of blood red and your brain and mine has the same size. Fuck you mother fucker.

domo
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Look who’s the asshurt now. They’re just stating facts and yet you’re being a dakilang mangongontra because your rebuttal is like “ah basta”.

captjoe25
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Like any typical FLIP. Funny looking Island person. Shallow , Narrow minded and Superficial.

Tribal Warior
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You’ve hurt so much,,

domo
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What goes around comes around asshurt so right back at ya.

Thom Hardy
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The whole thing is a non-issue amongst the ‘big picture’. No one gives a shit.
Sure, most people dislike loud people on trains and in movie theatres. Some black people in the states do that a lot, but are tolerated and only hated in private.

You have to lern to live and let live, or you will die in a hurry.

Toro Hyden
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In the old Southern State in the U.S. There was a Jim Crow Law; that required blacks, to sit at the end row of the bus public transport. Or to give her/his seat to any white woman or man.

Maybe soon they will require Filipinos to have their own plances: restaurants, comfort rooms, public transport,public parks, etc…

The bad behaviors of Filipinos is brought in in Singapore; where they are guest workers…

Tribal Warior
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Its just a dumb ignorant, when you hate people you dont know, something wrong with you. You dont want them dont hire them you only get jealous and insecurities of Filipinos then racism, prejudism, discrimination has no space in the 21st century, unless you have a backward mind. Good luck !

captjoe25
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Your answer is typically Third World mentality. Face it, The Philippines is nothing but a cesspool of inconsiderate, unruly idiots. You come to singapore. Learn to ASSIMILATE YOU DUMB FLIP!!!

Tribal Warior
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You have a mental problem.

domo
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^ And you have a dysfunctional mindset indio.

THOM HARDY
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@ HT, Jim Crow has been gone (legally, BUT maybe not morally) since 1861. The USA has moved on, although in some of the ‘DEEP’ Southern States there are some incredibly backwards thinking people.

KEEP FIGHTING!!!!

Da
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You’re pointing your finger to unselfish don’t generalized filipinos check ur fingers why they were not the same in length. Look at the mirror and reflect unselfish…..

Mitchel Lim
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What is everyone’s problem here? Please be reminded that no race in the world is perfect, Filipinos like Singaporeans were just the same, but differs to circumstances that put them at the different class status. How could Singaporeans be placed on the shoes of the Filipinos? How could Singaporeans work in the Philippines if it happens Philippines will the last country who can offer them opportunity to survive if our country sink unto the water because of brainless bloggers. Please be reminded that Philippines was the front line of World War 2 that shielded Singapore from Japan’s occupation. Because of… Read more »
singaporean
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i think you are the brainless one because your knowledge of history is all screwed up

where you learn your history from? or are you too high from drugs?

oldbread
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first of all there’s no singaporean race, for that matter there shouldn’t be a filipino race either, these two are nationalities secondly, philippines did not shield singapore from anything, the japs came saw conquered and sook chinged the hell out of singapore so I don’t know what drugs you’re taking to say that. in fact the filipinos were slaughtered en mass on the field in philippines. poorly armed, poorly trained . China took up more of the damage so should asean kowtow to china? the fark is this do you even know what singapore does to make money? I have… Read more »
Jmac
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“Please be reminded that Philippines was the front line of World War 2 that shielded Singapore from Japan’s occupation. Because of Filipino’s bravery, the Imperial Army of Japan weakens before it reaches Singapore.” I’m quite fond of history, and this is the first time I’ve heard of this incredibly stupid and unfounded claim. “Take into account how Singapore prospered because of Export and Import activities in the Philippines that channels through Singapore. There was no Malaysia and Indonesia before that pump the commercial and financial supremacy of Singapore.” Oh yes conveniently forget about China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan…… Read more »
Mitchel Lim
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I suggest that Idiots and Dumb must learn how the world exist, rather than posting irrelevant comments after masturbating on porn sites.

Common fellow Singaporeans, better find a work cause I am paying taxes to make you breathe and eat! Instead of blaming Expatriates on your misfortunes in life because of your drug and porn site addiction. Or else commit suicide by jumping toward your window.

oldbread
Guest

your common fellow singaporeans paid more through their GST and CPF despite their low pay to finance the security of singapore, paid in blood sweat tear in national service so that a bourgeois pig like you can come online to flaunt your importance.

if you truly earn enough to be taxed , may I asked if it’s enough to cover the $600 million estimated earnings from the increased in GST?

Jmac
Guest

“Common fellow Singaporeans, better find a work cause I am paying taxes to make you breathe and eat! Instead of blaming Expatriates on your misfortunes in life because of your drug and porn site addiction. Or else commit suicide by jumping toward your window.”

What an annoying brat. Hey kid, didn’t you just claim in the preceding comment:

“Let us be civilized enough, to put end to these prejudices against races and nationalities.”

You tell people to be civilized and then kill themselves?

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Philipp
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I like how many people here feel entitled to say shit about each other. Philistines

anon
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Welcome to humanity. Hope you enjoy your stay.

Tribal Warior
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Why Filipinos is always the center of Discussions? Hhhhhhmm…sikat? Then if I’m going to discriminate singapore too? During my trip in singapore as tourist I’ve seen a lot of singaporean like a typical chinese who eat foods like shit,,,the people eating infront of me at People’Complex area close to china town and their restaurants kitchen are very untidy singaporean restaurant kitchen are the most dirtiest kitchen in the world owned by chinese singaporean. Then in Sentosa Island while I was ordering my foods at KFC the attendant doesn’t know how to speak english im not sure if they Malaysian because… Read more »
captjoe25
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What’s wrong with having dark skin? You must be one of those that likes to use that skin whitening poison? Pretending to be mestizo mentality. Get rid of that you shallow minded pg.

Tribal Warior
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I know you dont even know how to eat pizza ,, you belong to Orangutan race in singapore

domo
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Look who’s racist now indio. Yan naman ang hirap sa mga mayabang na pinoy na katulad mo e: you’re always claiming that you are the best master race than any other races in the whole world all thanks to your dysfunctional pinoy prayd. In short, you’re demanding the whole world some respect for you pinoy praydists. Don’t deny it you dimwit.

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