So Roy Ngerng has posted the picture above on his Facebook page of a threatening letter he received. I do hope he was not too shocked as this kind of thing can […]
How a child custody case revealed a breach in National Security.
When immigration stops being the elephant in the room and becomes the great white shark in your parliament.
On April 23 the Straits Times (ST) hosted a roundtable to sit around and discuss a survey of people’s perceptions of key policies, three years after the 2011 General Election. The panelists […]
IMG_0193 With Budget 2014 fresh in our minds I thought that now would be a good time to update my readers on the case of Madam L. You can read […]
This is an update on thee homeless in Singapore case. At about the same time that Sebastian Vettel roared across the finish line at the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday, Madam […]
Just to let you know that today Ms J from the Family Centre in Ang Mo Kio did call us back but only to say that Madam L’s case has been […]
You may recall that I wrote about the sad case of Rebecca Loh and the tragic consequences of our government’s callous policy of self- reliance at all costs. Recently I […]
The tragic life of Rebecca Loh and death of her son Gabriel has moved me more than any story to come out of Singapore in recent years. Who cannot be […]
Presidential Candidate voices out on IMF loan appeal and pledges $1000!
"I find this argument highly insulting and hugely dangerous" How the learned judge's decision upset this Singaporean.
While we can all condemn Amy Cheong for the unthinking racism of her remarks, we should wonder whether they just reflect the tone of institutional racism that is projected from […]
How Today Newspaper defines 'Irony' by mixing up "State Managed" and "Stage managed ". How the National CONversation is partisan PAP propaganda. How we need a Singaporean Conversation for Singaporeans, by Singaporeans- all of us!
I recently wrote to the New York Times to protest against Ms .Chan Heng Chee’ s letter. I thought it timely to bring up Orwellian newspeak being so close to the […]
Recently the Spanish King was in the news after it was discovered he had been shooting elephants in Botswana. The outrage was not sympathy for the elephants but the discovery […]
Sex with a child is rape. Whether constitutional or consensual, it is rape. The media may airbrush it by use of euphemisms such as ‘affair’ and blur the edges with […]
Yesterday the ST gave us a centre-page spread by two vice-presidents of the Economics Society discussing the rise in inequality in Singapore. The fact that one of them is the […]