Monthly Archives: May 2013

Month: May 2013 Major Online Websites in Singapore to Protest Against Licensing Requirement

The Media Development Authority had, on Tuesday, introduced a “licensing framework” that would require “online news sites” to put up a “performance bond” of $50,000 and “comply within 24 hours to MDA’s directions to remove content that is found to be in breach of content standards”. As part of the community of websites in Singapore that provide sociopolitical news and

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Month: May 2013 Lim Swee Say’s “voice of silent majority” tainted with partisan bias

The root of the problem is that the political master (the PAP) has, the over years, acquired the habit of only tuning in to voices and opinion that are pleasing to its ears, and so the sycophants only tell it what it wants to hear. How the voice of the silent majority can be accurately heard by an Emperor who wears no clothes and whose subjects refuse to point out the obvious, is beyond me.

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Month: May 2013 The politics of town councils

The worst thing about Teo Ho Pin’s allegations and insinuations about WP is that they are designed to mislead the unsuspecting public, based on the fact that the layman cannot possibly know the full mechanics behind Town Council management, nor all the administrative and technical hassles Opposition TCs have to contend with because of the roadblocks PAP puts in their way.

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Month: May 2013 Sir Alex Ferguson and Singapore

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.

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Month: May 2013 A fraudulent election outcome

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.

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Month: May 2013 Let us stand in solidarity with our Malaysian brothers and sisters

Written by Ng E-Jay 05 May 2013 Malaysia goes to the polls today, a historic milestone in its history. As Singaporeans, let us stand in solidarity with our Malaysian brothers and sisters, and bid them to usher in a new era of change and democracy to Malaysia. It is my hope that justice and fairness will prevail.

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