【オススメ】シンガポールは本当に明るい北朝鮮なのか?在住者の見解🇸🇬

シンガポールは本当に明るい北朝鮮なのか?在住者の見解🇸🇬

シンガポールは本当に明るい北朝鮮なのか?在住者の見解🇸🇬 じぶりおじさん,ジブリおじさん,シンガポール,ジブおじ,Ghibli,Ojisan,Singapore

「シンガポールは明るい北朝鮮」とよく言われますが本当にそうなのでしょうか?シンガポールに1年半住むぼくの意見をお伝えしたいと思います。
「北朝鮮」というパワフルすぎる言葉が独り歩きしていて、シンガポールについて間違ったイメージを持っている方が多いと感じたので動画にしました。

確かに、
・政府が強い
・罰金やルールなどが多い
・メディアはコントロールされている

など、共通点はあるかもしれませんが、その度合いは全く異なるものですし、大半の住民は政府の方針や対応に満足しているとは思います。住むと分かりますが、意外と窮屈せずに生活することも可能です。

この動画で少しでもシンガポールのイメージが変わったなら、幸いです。

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🎥関連動画「シンガポールの変わった法律15選|罰金&禁固刑」:https://youtu.be/d-CQnqp902k
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この動画が少しでも面白かったらぜひグッドボタン&チャンネル登録お願いします!みなさんからのコメントもすべて読んでいますのでお気軽に!

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  1. Teo Keng Hiang より:

    Kinda ironic to see how Japanese people craves freedom / liberty since I thought many are conformist to societal norms. Add on to that , it is impossible to have peace in a country , especially one that is so multifaceted and diverse , like that of America if there are no freedom of speech laws / censorship. Thats why u continue to see school shootings / bigotry / racism perpetrated by their media and individuals.

    Another thing I found funny was that Japan use to be a feudal society one that focuses on discipline , loyalty , honour and respect drawn from their bushido code / way of the samurai. And not withstanding the fact that Japan was state controlled pre ww2 , ruled directly by the Emperor and the military centric govts.

    Look what democracy has brought Japan , years of Stagflation compounded by an ageing population problem. The idea of freedom of speech has also led to many Japanese becoming more cantekerous , caustic in their remarks , creating an environment that is toxic ( Perheps this explains why today , Japan is facing mounting issues regarding cyber bulling and suicide )

    Not trying to be anti japanese here , but there are merits in restricting particular freedoms , which by doing so can create more good than bad. Anyways , on your question of SG being “bright north korea ” , I think thats a major fallacy since like ghib mentioned we are a multicultural / multireligious / multiracial society unlike nk which is a homogenous country. Secondly , we have fresh elections every 5 years , and the leaders that are in the cabinet are elected by the people. Many of the cabinet ministers are competent people unlike nk which tends to engage yes mans / kju family members. The head of state and govt in NK is held solely by the supreme leader AKA kju , whereas in SG , this two positions are separated with the govt headed by the prime minister (LHL) and the head of state being the president of Singapore( Halimah yacob). The role of our president is largely similar to that of your emperor , playing ceremonial roles and being the unifying voice of the people. Lastly , Singaporeans are highly educated and are capable of performing logical deductions / reasonings. Obviously our main mode of communication is different , we speak english as the official language while they speak korean duh😑. Our institutions are also largely influenced by the british , with our political system modelled after the british parliament westminister model , and the english common law incorporated into our judiciary system.

    Most importantly we are not COMMIES , we practice socialism but not totalitarism so how are we like north korea. LMAO

  2. Hella Rid Er より:

    As long as one political party is ruling the country, what do you expect? 😉 Even our neighbour like Malaysia and Indonesia had more freedom than us.

  3. shinya jp. より:

    ジブおじさんが動画アップするたびに、シンガポールに又行きたくなりますw

  4. Choi Sim より:

    Freedom of speech does not mean you blurt out insults or emotional words that hurt people. Freedom of speech doesn’t mean you can just say anything and everything and bears no consequences. If that’s the case, “freedom of speech” will be too ‘cheap ‘ in this way. Freedom of speech to me, is to able to voice out constructive personal opinion to things that you do/ don’t agree to. With thoughts, responsibility and value, exchanging content that is justifiable, with weight and good intention, to make the situation better.
    Classify insults, defamation and slandering as freedom of speech? Showing stupidity, displaying no self-control and expressing low EQ in words to the public blatantly?Nah. Don’t bring the value of ‘freedom of speech’ down. It is much precious and valuable than this.
    Yes, if you like to oppose anything, find studies and evidence to support your words in constructive way. Cuz simply scolding vulgarity without factual evidence, again, its pure insult. Don’t blame people for charging you and say that there’s not “freedom of speech”.

  5. のりっくNoric2020 より:

    全く北朝鮮とは思いませんね。もう20回位行ってるけど、そう思ったことないけどなぁ。

  6. siang076 より:

    you can do anything you want…just don’t get caught. If get caught, be prepared to face the consequences.

  7. Asaph Vapor より:

    That bird is Burung Kuku.
    Burung Kuku is the name given to the Spotted Dove by the native Malay people.

  8. Crosby Ong より:

    Dōmo arigatōgozaimashita, Ghib-san, for helping to explain Singapore to your fellow Japanese followers. You did pretty well.

    IMO No country is perfect, certainly not Singapore. However, each country has its own unique history, socio-cultural-political dynamics as do Japan, Singapore and others, that mitigate their existing policies and laws – rightly or wrongly. Arguably, I think the best way to appreciate or grasp Singapore is (you did mentioned), we were thrown into independence with no reliable resources other than ourselves to survive in a fast and ever changing globalised world. So to catch-up and/or fast-track and position ourselves, we had to juxtapose idealism (expressed in our Constitution and or National Pledge) and pragmatism (evident in how Singapore is managed). But, even within our tiny city state, nothing is forever. We are constantly evolving.

    I never knew about this “bright N Korea” label of us. Today I just learned. Interesting to know. I’m guessing there’s more innuendo to the word “bright” in Japanese.
    Again, Dōmo arigatōgozaimashita, for addressing this topic in your video.

  9. Choon Keong Lim より:

    02:02 Is that the old New Town Secondary School?? Omg I used to study there. Tons of sweet memories. I was the last batch of students taking the ‘O’ levels there before she moved to Dover.

  10. Maybe Keith Chan より:

    Singapore without its stern and strict nature would be like its northern neighbour, better to fine everytime you dont flush toilet than to depend on others’ “free will”

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