Racist Singaporean Blog Post Against Filipinos - How to Report/Remove Article

There's a racist Singaporean blog post against Filipinos that's going viral online. Here's how to report to have it removed.

Racist Singaporean Blog Post Against Filipinos

We encourage you to read the blog post first before taking any action.

Filipino infestation in Singapore-5 point guide to showing displeasure without breaking the law

Yes the Filipinos have long overstayed their welcome,and they must be advised in no less clearer terms that we are growing intolerant of their presence. Then again, let's do this through largely "peaceful", non criminal means. We recommend pissing them off in the following ways:

1. Reject, and ask for replacement

If you encounter a Pinoy waiter/waitress or customer service officer, tell them this: " Could you kindly ask a Singaporean staff to speak to me? Your standard of English-there is much left to be desired." If the idiot continues rambling on, tell him/her with a smile:" Your English sucks, capisce? Get the fu** out of my uncaring face and find me someone else pronto."

2. Step on 'em, push or shove'em

When the Peenoise get rowdy or obviously do not observe basic social decorum, a little "nudge" in the right direction won't harm. Just make it look accidental. Pump your fist in victory later when they are out of your sight. We understand sometimes they just don't get it, so a little more force must be employed. Like what this unsung hero did: This morning at Bishan Circle Line MRT I pushed a Pinoy out of the train before door closes.

3. Create an artistic mess on your plate when dining at Jolibee

Or any other Filipino themed restaurant/ food outlet. Toss food into your mouth, chew thoroughly, then spit it out. Bite another morsel and repeat. Do this till your plate is a masterpiece of regurgitated nastiness. Ask for the bill (pay in cash), scribble "Pinoy food fu**ing tastes like shi*" on the receipt and remember to leave that piece of paper behind.

4. Never render help when Filipinos are involved in serious traffic accidents

Stand on the side with your arms folded across your chest, peering curiously at the bloody setpiece. Do not call the ambulance. But you have our permission to take photographs so they can be tweeted later with the caption: Hopefully another Pinoy has breathed his last on the little red dot. RIP.NOT.

5. Pray for a flood of blibical proportions to descend upon Orchard Road on 8 June

Go to the nearest church and pray. Pray hard for divine intervention aloud. Make sure God (and the Pinoy sitting next to you on the same bench) hears every word.
There will be no Noah's Ark to save the partying Filipino motherfu**ers when hell breaks loose, because Noah sure ain't Pinoy when we last checked. Let's watch them drown whilst eating popcorn on our HD TVs.

Edit: The event to celebrate Pinoy National Day has been called off. Glory to Jesus ! A-fu**ing-MEN!

6. ( bonus point) Actually this is our favourite. If you see a Pinoy cashier at NTUC, Cold Storage or Giant, throw a can of Baygon into your shopping before approaching him/her to make payment. When the cashier picks up the insecticide spray ready to do a barcode scan, ask him/her wryly: " Is this effective against Filipinos? Sorry, I meant cockroaches. "

The anonymous blogger uses Google's free blogging service for his commentaries. We believe that this specific post violates Blogger's Content Policy as follows:

Hate Speech: We want you to use Blogger to express your opinions, even very controversial ones. But, don't cross the line by publishing hate speech. By this, we mean content that promotes hate or violence towards groups based on race, ethnicity, religion, disability, gender, age, veteran status, or sexual orientation/gender identity. For example, don't write a blog saying that members of Race X are criminals or advocating violence against followers of Religion Y.

Violence: Don't threaten other people on your blog. For example, don't post death threats against another person or group of people and don't post content encouraging your readers to take violent action against another person or group of people.

Harassment: Do not harass or bully others. Anyone using Blogger to harass or bully may have the offending content removed or be permanently banned from the site. Online harassment is also illegal in many places and can have serious offline consequences.

Filipinos can report such abuse to Google using these links:

For hate speech and violent content
For harassment and bullying content
The URL or web address of the blog in question is:
  • http://bloodstainedsg.blogspot.com/2014/05/filipino-infestation-in-singapore-5.html.
Copy and paste it on the box in the landing web page.

Don't waste your time attacking the anonymous blogger. The person won't mind the criticisms because, in the first place, he/she is unidentified and the blog doesn't earn from traffic for lack of ads.

Simply do a silent retaliation by following the steps we provided. We are one with you in the fight against racial discrimination.