Pinoys threaten to ‘peel’ off skin of Singaporeans and hurls vulgarities like ‘cunts’ on them
Posted by temasektimes on June 8, 2012
In other countries, foreigners are expected to show respect to the locals and assimilate into their society, but in Singapore, it seems that native Singaporeans are becoming increasingly marginalized by the relentless influx of foreigners who are forming ethnic enclaves within their own communities due to their large numbers here such as the Filipinos.
The sense of solidarity among Filipinos in Singapore was clearly demonstrated by a fierce exchange with Singaporeans on a Facebook page calling for the expulsion of pinoy PMETs from Singapore.
For the third day in a row, Filipinos continue to hurl verbal abuse and vulgarities at Singaporeans with one Ricardo Luiz even threatening to ‘peel’ off the skin of one Singaporean Kelvin Tan:
“kelvin tan you fucking dog…you and clarence better lock all your door and window..if my punjabi dogs didnt get yu get this weekend…i would fly to singapore just to to fucking peel you alive…”
Instead of condemning Ricardo Luiz for his intimidating remarks, fellow pinoys rally around him with one calling on them to ‘keep fighting’:
“Nothing to worry my fellow filipinos…keep fighting…..there is no law against us. .We have the ryt to express our feelings here…”
After Kelvin Tan replied that he had screen-shot his remarks and will be lodging a police report against him, Ricardo Luiz continue to issue veiled threats at him and his friends:
“Kelvin Tan you fucking dog…i screen shot all d pictures of yur friends here in facebook and locating is a piece of cake..im telling yu singapore police cant touch me…tell clarence lee to hide,,singapore is a fucking small city and you cant hide yu fucking vermin.”
Another pinoy ‘FT’ Russ Lister even used an offensive term to attack a Singaporean who is defending Kelvin Tan:
Meanwhile PAP leaders continue to condemn Singaporeans who are trying to defend themselves against the hordes of foreigners flooding into Singapore.
Speaking during a community event last week, PAP Minister for Environment and Water Resources Dr Vivian Balakrishnan ranted at patriotic Singaporeans who dared to voice their concerns at the government’s immigration policies:
“The person who contemptuously speaks about immigrants could also be capable of turning against the minorities here at home.”
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