I sent this statement to Amos’s mother and lawyer to support his application for asylum in the US: Singapore teenager Amos Yee will shortly appear in court in America to […]
(Twitter) Storm in a Tea Cup. Or, How Andrew Loh and other Petty minds Politicised over the PM’s Health.
“With regards to an earlier posting I made…..” This is how Andrew Loh sometime founder/leader/editor of socio-political website TOC, now in hot water for taking foreign funding, started his written […]
The editors of the The Real Singapore, Ai Takagi and Yang Kaiheng, have been charged with sedition for stirring up ill will between Singaporeans and foreigners. Takagi has already pleaded […]
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 […]
A few days ago a district court here sentenced a former director of Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) to ten weeks jail for criminal breach of trust. The convicted criminal […]
Does PM Lee’s convincing win in AMK make it impossible for him to claim damages from Roy Ngerng, Reform Party candidate?
Before GE 2015 I was saying with regard to Mr Lee’s defamation case against blogger Roy Ngerng (the PM took Roy to Court in his personal capacity as Mr Lee) […]
Today PM Lee posted a letter he had received, ostensibly from an expatriate family on his Facebook page. The family thanked him for their three years in Singapore and said […]
There was a palpable sense of self-congratulation in Temasek’s announcement of its latest results a few days ago. Taken at face value, Temasek’s latest results for the year to 31 […]
It should be clear to everybody that what the Prime Minister has done in getting his Press Secretary to defend his reputation is no different in essence from buying pineapple […]
This is a copy of the Reform Party’s latest Press release. “Reform Party is concerned that the Prime Minister in his personal capacity as Mr Lee Hsien Loong is currently […]
Has Lee Hsien Loong been damaged in his private capacity? More importantly has he damaged Singapore as the PM?
Lee Hsien Loong and his lawyers were in court today at the beginning of the hearing to determine what damages Roy Ngerng had to pay him (see the report from […]
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 […]
Yesterday I wrote about PM Lee’s insensitive May Day message essentially blaming Singaporean workers for the productivity slowdown and saying that wages might have to fall if productivity growth did […]
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 […]
The Committee to Protect Journalists issued a statement on May 05th 2015 on the closing down of alternative news website The Real Singapore calling it censorship and harassment. The Committee to […]