The PAP lackey says it is a PRIVILEGE for Singaporeans to serve N.S. & this must be an honour to serve. So, to die during training is a honour. Must be remembered every year at the tomb of the unknown soldier, where the eternal flame never burn out...where the people, who put him there, gets the eternal blame.
If someone is murdered it goes without saying that the criminal(s) who committed the crime should be brought to justice.
However there is growing trend of trying to pin guilt on every single death or disaster on someone or some organisation in the belief that it will someone ease the pain of those mourning a loss.
For example if a storm blows a tree over it is no longer considered to be an act of nature. The fault lies with the person who planted the tree, or the parks and recreation for not checking the tree or the weather forecasters for not giving sufficient warning about the possibility of strong wind gusts.
In this case one soldier died while the rest were fine. The march took place in the morning when it was not excessively hot. Ultimately it boils down to the fact that this individual simply did not have the endurance required to meet the minimum standards required.
The Chinese economy is all smoke and mirrors, the technology is all stolen, the Chinese leaders are all corrupt and Mao was the biggest mass murderer in the the history of the world. Tell me which statement is false? You can't because you know perfectly well that it's all true.