The petition was started by Anatasha Abdullah on Jan. 26, the day when Singapore’s Ministry of Health (MOH) confirmed the fourth case of Wuhan virus.
“Erasing the narrative of migrant communities from the documentary sends the message that their stories do not matter, and that they are disposable. Their stories need to be told, and as an audience, we demand to hear them.”
The petition charged Nas Daily for making videos that perpetuated stereotypes and pushing a brainwashing agenda using subliminal messaging, making him a danger to Singapore. However, no explanation was given as to what these clips supposedly were.
Overwhelmed by Ms Chan’s skilful rhetoric and ability in mobilising public sentiment, the Malaysian Government decided to forego all its claims to the 1962 Water Agreement.
I am doing my part as a Singaporean. I saw how the government responded to the Watain petition and saw it fit to take a stand against Maroon 5’s unwholesome influence.