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SDA Labour Day Message 2022

Dear Friends, Singapore’s greatest resource is, and always will be, our people. Our nation was built on the hard work and sacrifice of all Common Singaporeans, from independence till the prosperous nation it is today. I was a 50s child, and I saw these developments take place before my eyes. Before all of today’s shiny […]

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SDA Statement on Budget 2022

The SDA lauds the enhanced measures to support low-income Singaporeans announced in Budget 2022. We had hoped that more concrete and actionable long-term plans would be put in place. But for now, these chicken wings are a welcome treat for those struggling to put food on the table. The government, however, is still insistent that […]

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SDA’s New Year Message 2022

Dear Friends, Thank you for making 2021 a heartening year for the SDA. It was a tough year indeed for many of us Common Singaporeans. With this in mind, SDA members and volunteers arranged more food and essential items distribution drives so that we could help more needy families. We also stepped up our outreach […]

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Tikam-Tikam Covid-19 Measures Recklessly Endanger the Health of Singaporeans

Dear Friends, The Multi-Ministry Task Force has implemented more discriminatory Covid-19 measures against unvaccinated Singaporeans. The purpose of this, say our elite leaders, is to reduce transmission and prevent the unvaccinated from getting severely ill. Go buy things at a shopping mall? No. Eat at hawker centres? Tak boleh. But join the long queues to […]

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Bloomberg-Gate: The Last Straw

Delegates at the Bloomberg New Economy Forum can dine in groups of five, even if they are complete strangers. Meanwhile, Singaporeans and our families can only dine in groups of two. Even though, just like these delegates, we too are fully vaccinated. Would a reasonable Singaporean view this as discrimination? That question is best left […]