I find myself deeply saddened by the recent statement put out by Hsien Yang and Wei Ling posted in the Straits Times and which has been covered by nearly every […]
All these people apparently So Stun Like Vegetable by something I didn't say and something I didn't do. It's astounding how many people online believe in something that is quite simply untrue.
“Sadly the by-election has been turned into a town council election” Internationally renowned human rights campaigner M Ravi posted this up on his Facebook page the day before yesterday. […]
Last Sunday Mr Murali Pillai, the People’s Action Party (PAP) candidate for the Bukit Batok by-election, unveiled a $1.9 million value infrastructure plan for the SMC that can only be […]
Since 2012 I have pointed out, repeatedly, that the Singapore Budget presentation gives a deeply misleading picture of the Government’s finances. I have written innumerable times on how the Budget does […]
Yesterday I wrote about the #WeAreMajulah team. A group of cynics trying to whip up Nationalist fervour by jumping on the bandwagon of the #JeSuisCharlie movement that sprung up as a […]
I am writing this blog in a state of shock and horror after seeing the video of Amos Yee being physically assaulted and then taunted outside the Court. Our Police […]
Is Roy a ticking time bomb
Why is the Central Provident Fund Minimum Sum being raised and why can’t we take out money out when we like after 55? Why GIC and Temasek make money (if that is what they are doing) from using our captive savings and paying us a non-market interest rate? Roy has done us all a favour. He got so close to showing us how to demand accountability and stand up for our rights.
Without actually shooting anyone, Singapore kills off journalism, murders freedom of expression, destroys cartoonists.
In a Facebook post on Wednesday night, the PM made another statement of breathtaking economic illiteracy. He said, “Singapore must never fall into the same hole as some countries which […]
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 […]
Why I will be appealing the IMF Loan Judgement
Presidential Candidate voices out on IMF loan appeal and pledges $1000!
I have highlighted articles from blog spot Article 14 previously on Rethinking the Rice Bowl. “Subra” states on his blog to be a Singaporean lecturer in law here and he clearly has the talented teacher’s skill […]