Monthly Archives: November 2011

OTP Series* VI: Why Are Netizens Always Against Us?

Why are netizens always so against PAP, YPAP Chairman Teo Ser Luck lamented recently. Highlighting a few examples, Teo said that a Facebook post by a member of an opposition party garnered “a lot of likes and hero worshipping” but … Continue reading

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OTP Series* V: PAP: Stay Arrogant, Stay Clueless II

After six months of belly gazing, here is PAP’s multi-million-dollar analysis of what happened in GE2011 and what it intends to do for GE2016. My major disappointment: No analysis was done to determine the effect of LHL’s “apology” on the … Continue reading

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Why Didn’t You Object Earlier?

ST (20 Nov 2011) quoted URA Deputy Director Mohd Zaki: “We showed [the Bukit Brown Cemetery redevelopment plans] in the 1991 and 2001 Concept Plans, and it was also in the 2008 Master Plan.” Strangely, no one raised a ruckus … Continue reading

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The Wrong 1%

In what way is Occupy Wall St like the French Revolution? Apparently the Occupy Wall St movement is about inequality and injustice; about how the 1% lives at the expense of the 99%; about the evils of corporate greed and … Continue reading

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Are you “pro-opposition”? Or are you really rooting for PAP to change?

Lots of Singaporeans– in fact almost 40%– voted for “opposition” at the last Election. But when you ask them why they voted “opposition”, most say it’s because they wanted to express their displeasure at the “ruling” party’s high-handed policies, they … Continue reading

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