The sword of damacles continues to dangle over politically divisive issues such as homosexuality and 377A in Singapore. Singaporeans and their government will need to try and reign in individuals from the political fringes, whether left or right, to avoid a potential Orlando Shooting from taking place here.
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 3 Jun 2016 #salary #cpf #lgbt #spf #coolingoffday
• TISG is fully cooperating with police investigations in alleged breaches of Cooling Off / Polling Day restrictions
• Aging & Japan’s Economy
• How to solve the longevity problem. the Hard Truths way
• Why your pay didn’t increase as much as you expected…
• PEA allows “transmission of personal political views on the Internet” – or does it not?
We can deduce that the two camps are not going to compromise anytime soon, but what does this mean for Singaporeans? It means that first, we will be seeing movements and counter-movements from both LGBTIQ and conservative communities for some years to come; second, Singapore will come under intense media scrutiny, particularly from an international media that is sympathetic to LGBTIQ causes; and third, Singaporeans will have to live with the messy debates, name-calling and polarised politics that have come to characterise similar LGBTIQ movements in other countries.
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 23 May 2016 #toc #pinkdot2016 #deathpenalty #lgbt
• TOC to go on hiatus from June
• Screen time and the family
• The Bastion against Homophobia
• Kho jabing’s death calls for more clarity on death-penalty implementation
• This is Jabing Kho
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 24 Feb 2016 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #Haze
• of Madonna – a rebel not without a cause?
• You are not the boss of anyone
• Around it or through it – Add your voice to the debate over Cross Island MRT line
• Vlogger claims cosmetics retailer in Lot 1 looked down on her because she is Malay
• 13 times Singaporeans infamously queued for silly trendy things
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 19 Feb 2016 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #Haze
• Red Meat
• The end of Singapore Inc.
• This is not a Rebecca Lim commentary
• The Story of Saving Macritchie So Far
• What You Weren’t Told About The GeBiz “Unlimited Changes” Case
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 30 Nov 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #Haze
• Nicole Seah: Calvin Cheng Would Have Been Silenced by Now in the Private Sector
• The counselling of Calvin Cheng
• Cheng makes allegations against TOC; MLC chairman disagrees with Cheng
• Calvin Cheng’s masterclass on how to get away with posting hate speech online
• Terrorists worldwide praise ‘kill children’ comment by S’porean man with blue tick