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Tag: Singapore

#WeAreMinions

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 […]

The Prisoner in Pyjamas

Three weeks ago I brought you the breaking news that Amnesty International were going to recognise Amos Yee as a prisoner of conscience. This followed from my communications with  the head […]

Some questions for the PM.

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 […]

The sad case of Rebecca Loh

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 […]

Should we pay Indonesia to stop poisoning us?

The recent flare-up of the Indonesian forest fire problem and the deterioration in our air quality is understandably also causing temperatures to rise in Singapore. Our neighbor Malaysia is also […]

Who Deserves Our Wealth?

I am very pleased that Jeremy has set out in writing his reasons why he disagrees with my proposal for the privatization of Temasek and GIC and the distribution of […]

Using Funds “Wisely”?

TRE recently posted up an article by Jeremy Chen with the opening salvo, “This is something of a response to a proposal by Kenneth Jeyaretnam to privatize Temasek Holdings and GIC […]