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No integrity at all. The Online Citizen (TOC) has refused to apologise for the controversy caused by their video of the incident involving the elderly woman and the Singapore Police Force (SPF). TOC claims that they have been “appropriate and fair” when interviewing the elderly woman.

The elderly woman’s son had sent a legal letter to TOC on 7 Jul 2021. The letter stated that TOC “had made a judgment lapse” and an apology was requested by 12 July 2021.



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Terry Xu The Online Citizen

In a malicious attempt to damage trust in Police, TOC uploaded an interview with the elderly woman who denied in the video that police had bought her food. The woman's daughter is very upset that her mother who has dementia had been taken advantage of by TOC to spin a story. The story was also squashed by bodyworn camera footages which showed police buying food for the woman.



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Terry Xu goes on the offensive with NTUC

Terry Xu of TOC demonstrates his lack of understanding when he ran down tripartitism in Singapore in an op-ed published 17 October on his disappointment with NTUC.
98.3% of Singaporean workers are already earning more than $1300. So why is WP still calling for a universal minimum wage of $1300, and Terry Xu taking up on their behalf on this call?

Because minimum wage is politics, not economics. It's about a politician's popularity, not workers' welfare.

The politicians decide, BASED ON THEIR OWN OPINION, what they think a worker should earn at the minimum.

Minimum wage is at best, populism at work. At worst, it is a cosmetic change that looks good on the outside but changes nothing on the inside because it does not address the needs of workers or the needs of the industries where they work.



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NTUC TOC TERRY XU

Be careful with sites like TOC, which plagiarize, hire foreign ghostwriters to attack foreign workers and immigration policies, and manipulate Singaporeans’ emotions to write articles for eyeballs.

Ragebait headlines or hyperpartisan appeals that twist the facts are designed to get traffic from people’s anger.

Be careful with sites like TOC, which plagiarize, hire foreign ghost writers to attack foreign workers and immigration policies, and manipulate Singaporeans’ emotions to write articles for eyeballs. Ragebait headlines or hyperpartisan appeals that twist the facts are designed to  get traffic from people’s anger.



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