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Disgraceful, Grace Fu

Originally posted on Andrew Loh:
So, as I had expected, it didn’t take long for the PAP to resort to below-the-belt attacks on Dr Chee Soon Juan – again. Just a day after Nomination Day, at her party’s first rally…

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Honour (Singapore) Group – Honour and Obey the PAP-Government?

The launch of a high-powered organisation called Honour (Singapore) earlier this month caused an online buzz as many people questioned the reasons and motivations for forming such a group.  Are Singaporeans lacking in honour? Is this another propaganda initiative to … Continue reading

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Punggol East By-election well-timed to defuse AIM timebomb?

Just yesterday, I had questioned the interesting timing of PM Lee’s directive to the National Development Ministry to conduct a review of the AIM-town council saga. And today, there was an announcement that the government had called a snap by-election … Continue reading

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Check and counter check. More drama to come on AIM saga

Just to set the record straight on the sequence of events, Workers Party Sylvia Lim has filed an adjournment motion this afternoon to discuss  “Safeguarding the Public Interest in Town Council Management” at the next Parliamentary sitting starting Jan 14. … Continue reading

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Singaporeans unhappiest in the world? Take control and shape our happiness

It must be such a slap in the face for the PAP-run government to read the latest Gallup Poll findings that found Singaporeans to be the least positive, unhappiest people in the world. And this is on top of being … Continue reading

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Meritocracy PAP style. Do they walk the talk?

Much has been said about meritocracy as a bedrock principle in Singapore. In theory it sounds persuasive, best man for the job, may the better man win, etc. But just how far does the PAP and related government companies go … Continue reading

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