Daily SG: 27 Aug 2013

Credit: Evacomics

Church Leaders Get Rich or Die Tryin

– Yahoo! SG: Xtron Productions was shell company controlled by City Harvest: prosecutors
– City News: Christians In Singapore Support City Harvest Church In Prayer
– Breakfast Network: When CHC makes News in its own City
– New Nation: Several gay men turn straight at the sight of Serina Wee
– The Journey of a Decade: City Harvest Church Trial Resumes
– A Cup of Milktea: Blindsided Faith & City Harvest Church Scandal

National Conversation #oursgconv

– Singapolitics: Infographic: Majority of Singaporeans want slower pace of life
– Breakfast Network: A survey of the here-and-now in black-and-white
– Jentrified Citizen: Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Singaporeans want a more Compassionate Society
– Singapore Notes: Elephant In The Room
– Iron Bowl: Surverys show Singaporeans can give model answers for survey


– Marginal Revolution: A few notes on Singaporean (and other) healthcare systems
– Where Bears Roam Free: Medishield Life front load is another con job
– My Singapore News: Is Medishield Insurance a profit making scheme?

Singapore Inc is happy, Singaporeans however…

– The Independent, Singapore: What Sentosa Cove says about Singapore
– Aspirant SG: Singaporeans First Or Fair Considerations For Singaporeans For Employment?

Section 377A (What is Section 377A?)

– Kirsten Han: This “gay lifestyle” bullshit needs to stop
– Fridae: Singapore’s gay community slams use of the term “gay lifestyle” in national survey
– Written Things: Bullshit w/r/t the Gay Lifestyle

SMRT Foreign Bus Drivers Strike Protest Reported Sick Refused to work!

– Wall Street Journal: Singapore Strike Chapter Two: Simmering Feud

Daily Disclosure

– TOC: When the troublemakers make the difference
– Prata Politics: Retard Cenotaph Vandal Pwned and Rotan Soon

A Vote for Change (Singapore)

– The Bullshit Politician: Don’t fall for the perpetual reciprocation trap by the PAP

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