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STRAITS TIMES INTERVIEWED SO MANY ASHLEY WU'S, ALAN TANG'S & NICHOLAS WONG'S

It was exposed that the mainstream media The Straits Times always interviewed the same few people to get opinions on every issue for the past few years.

For instance, The Straits Times likes to interview Ashley Wu, who is caught in every train delay possible. She is the woman will be caught in every train breakdown and is somehow still supportive of the PAP government. If your train breaks down, check if she is on board.

Please refer to the screenshots attached.

It turns out that the Straits Times is a biased media that only surveys sycophants and masquerades their ‘opinions’ as representative of the general population of Singaporeans.

A journalist, Christopher Tan, was awarded the ‘Journalist of the Year 2016’ award in spite of his reporting of the news which relied on soliciting opinions from the same few people for various issues.

Such sloppy and biased reporting pratices would not have been condoned or encouraged in a reputable media in other first world countries.

Gerald

A.S.S. Contributor

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STRAITS TIMES INTERVIEWED SO MANY ASHLEY WU'S, ALAN TANG'S & NICHOLAS WONG'S