By Goh Meng Seng (People’s Power Party) written in May 2016, after the Bukit Batok By Election Warning: This article may make you feel uncomfortable, increase in high blood pressure… read with care. Reflections on Bukit Batok By Elections Right from the start, the deal looks just too good to be true. Nobody has talked […]
Thus far, reports have been coming in that the reaction to Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s death has been measured, perhaps even muted. Crowds at condolence boards have been modest at best, and there has not been any massive or widespread outpouring of grief.
Dear Prime Minister, On behalf of the Workers’ Party, I wish to convey my deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of your father, Mr Lee Kuan Yew. Mr Lee was Singapore’s first Prime Minister, heading the Government for over three decades and thereafter serving another 21 years in the Cabinet as […]
Mr Lee Kuan Yew made a Parliamentary Speech rebutting Nominated Member of Parliament Viswa Sadasivan in August 2009. The latter had made an earlier maiden speech which touched on a broad array of topics including race and religion (see here and here).
In his career, Sir Alex Ferguson has won 49 trophies in all. I am just wondering how the career of a man like Sir Alex would fare if he were to manage a team in Singapore? I am not very optimistic.
I will NOT post the Malaysian General Election 2013 results on my blog or on my FB page, because I believe that any election outcome that is fraudulently obtained is NOT WORTH MENTIONING AND NOT WORTH DISCUSSING.
Dr Patrick Kee (link) Where have all our morals gone? High flyers straying! Where have all our morals gone? So many lusting. Where have all our morals gone? Something is missing! When will we ever learn? When will we ever learn?
Everyone should listen carefully to Mr Low Thia Khiang’s reaction to Michael Palmer’s resignation. Unlike how the mass media and the PAP launched scathing attacks in the wake of the Yaw Shin Leong saga, Mr Low was scrupulously fair to all parties concerned, and he even recognized Mr Palmer’s valuable contribution as former Speaker of […]
It is highly commendable that Mr Lee has taken a big, bold step into a new frontier, with the macho and manly courage befitting a former Brigadier General. It must have taken great fortitude venturing into online social media such as facebook, knowing the many brickbats that will inevitably come his way.