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 […]
Dismantling the Apparatus of State Capitalism
The last post was a piece by another author, Benedict Chong countering my proposal that Temasek and GIC be floated, publicly listed and a stake distributed in some form to […]
Are Singaporeans Fit to Be Masters of Their Own Destiny?
Benedict Chong, I don’t know if that’s his real name, has responded to my recent piece about wanting to give Singaporeans a stake in the wealth of our country. I […]
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 […]
How to Create A True Property Owning Democracy through The Privatization of Temasek and GIC
In my last blog post (see here) I pointed out that since 2009 I have advocated the privatization of Temasek and GIC and the distribution of shares to Singapore citizens. […]
Has Temasek Found A Cure for Balding?
The question of the transparency and proper accounting of our reserves has been a primary concern of mine for some time, in fact ever since 2009. A major theme has […]
Ding Dong the Witch / Wizard is Dead?
Last week saw the funeral of one of the most divisive and controversial figures in modern British history. Her family should take comfort from the strength of the opposition to […]
Singapore, Lagarde Stealing from the Poor to give to the Rich
With reference to my legal action to block our government’s loan commitment to the IMF you may have heard me say that I am not necessarily opposed to giving the […]