MS TEO SOH LUNG: In Hong Kong, opposition parties actively support the young protesters, giving them encouragement, assistance and advice. They are by their side, assisting them and speaking up for them. They go on television in support of the protesters. Ms Emily Lau even took the trouble to go to the UN to champion… Continue reading
Written by Ng E-Jay 31 October 2014 Up till today, we have many human beings who are: (i) Disgusted with abortion, but not disgusted with the mandatory death penalty (ii) Argue against minimum wage, but not against excessive executive compensation (iii) Prefer to argue over who created the world, rather than in trying to protect… Continue reading
A thought-provoking paragraph by netizen “3M” on why opposition parties in Singapore shy away from civil activists: QUOTE: “Political parties think differently from activists. Activists are concerned with the cause they advocate and do not give a hoot to political correctness. Politicians assess the position they need to take on the matter: whether to endorse,… Continue reading
Human rights activists all over the world should stand in solidarity with Hong Kong protesters who have stood up bravely and are unrelentingly campaigning for greater democracy and greater political self-determination in Hong Kong.