A few days ago I wrote about how I had received the news that Amnesty International had decided to make Amos a “Prisoner of Conscience” (Breaking news: Amos Yee :World’s […]
Breaking news: Amos Yee :World’s Youngest Prisoner of Conscience to be recognised by Amnesty International
Amnesty International to recognise Amos Yee as A Prisoner of Conscience.
I read an interesting article today by a foreign journalist for Mumbrella, entitled “The thin pink line: Singapore’s curious rules for covering ‘alternative lifestyles’“. In this article the journalist Robin […]
There were a few further points that I want to add or clarify with respect to my previous post “Amos Yee: Singapore’s Youngest Political Prisoner”. Decision to Send Amos to […]
Yesterday I attended Amos Yee’s sentencing hearing at the State Courts at 9.30am. As you may be aware, Amos has refused to accept probation. The AG had asked for probation, […]
The un’bear’able Photoshop Here is a postcard I picked up at the Centre Pompidou in France. The image is of a sculpture by a Belgian artist named Pascal Bernier. The postcard was freely […]
Now that Amos’s trial has concluded we are all awaiting the verdict on Tuesday. It is abundantly clear that it has been a spectacular waste of taxpayers’ money and only […]
The Amos Yee prosecution is yet another clear demonstration of the fact that we have no rule of law in Singapore. How would you define rule of law? Tom Bingham, […]
Now, It stands to reason that if I am not arrested for sedition as leslie was fo rthat cartoon, then Leslie Chew was unnecessarily harassed by an authoritarian government and leading family bent on repressing dissent, plurality of opinion and freedom of expression.
After the AG’s Chambers was given permission on Wednesday to take action against blogger Alex Au for contempt of court, the following statement was issued. I am pleased to say […]
The judgement in my appeal against the IMF Loan Commitment confirmed what has long been apparent: that the government is to all intents and purposes above the law. Furthermore, the […]
The guys from WordPress.com stats prepared some stats for me which I am sharing with you. Sadly November, December and January have been largely inactive due to IMF appeal work and […]
Why I will be appealing the IMF Loan Judgement
Presidential Candidate voices out on IMF loan appeal and pledges $1000!
On 22 October 2012 Justice Tan issued a judgement in my suit which must be of grave concern not only to all citizens of Singapore but to citizens fighting for democracy wherever they happen to live. If the Court is correct it matters not how blatant, how transparent or how deliberate the breach of such a constitutional provision is; the simple and inescapable consequence is that no citizen may challenge it.
How the MOF breached Article 144 of the Constitution in January 2012 by issuing a promissory note to theIDA without Presidential approval as reported in the end of the year audit for 2011/2012 by the AGO.