You Don’t Have to Believe Shanmugam Pulls the Strings to Know That the PM Has Too Much Influence Over the Judiciary
Yesterday I read that M. Ravi is being investigated by the police for criminal defamation. He posted on Facebook on 6 November that Eugene Thuraisingham, another lawyer in whose firm […]
In yesterday’s Parliamentary debate Leader of the House, Indranee Rajah, dismissed the idea that there was a problem with the AG, a political appointee, having the power to decide whom […]
Do NOT Allow the Kiasu PM to Use Covid as an Excuse to Remove the Last Vestiges of Democratic Accountability
Lee Hsien Loong, like his father, has always been absolutely ruthless about manipulating elections and harassing and intimidating any opposition to his rule. Despite the PAP’s claims to be a […]
Lee Kuan Yew and his son Hsien Loong have never been less than utterly ruthless in crushing any threat to their rule or opportunistically taking full advantage of any crisis. […]
Singaporean Ingrates Who Don’t Appreciate PAP Ministers, Spouses and Relatives Working Selflessly on Their Behalf for (Almost) Nothing Will Be Sued till Their Pants Drop! You Show Them Josephine!
Singaporeans are an ungrateful lot! Unlike Foreign Talents and Western media who have been singing the praises of our Indivisible and Eternal Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Goh) for the […]
Excessive and Disguised Government Saving Has Harmed Singaporeans for Decades. It’s Long Past Time We Demanded and Got Transparency on the Reserves.
I have just seen an article by Manu Bhaskaran and Linda Lim (BL) from a couple of days ago. This article summarises many of the themes and ideas in my […]
In A Heartwarming Story Amid Covid-19 Low Income Singaporeans Donate Billions of $ To Allow an Elderly Woman To Pursue Her Social Media Hobby
Yesterday Temasek announced that its philanthropic arm, Temasek Foundation, would be providing “300,000 meals to around 2,750 people in need who have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.” Their statement […]
Today the Minister of Finance, Heng Swee Keat, rejected The Online Citizen (TOC)’s appeal against the Protection from Online Falsehood and Manipulation Act (POFMA) issued over its coverage of Taiwan […]
Some Singapore watchers might be forgiven for thinking that Heng Swee Keat is Ho Ching’s house elf. Somehow yesterday this civil servant got the Finance Minister and the Deputy Prime […]