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Kenneth Jeyaretnam

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Daily SG: 30 May 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 30 May 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #royngerng #cpf
• PM vs Roy: Morally and Tactically right?
• Why it’s so hard for S’poreans to understand CPF
• I Don’t Want To Volunteer
• Where Does the PAP Government Stand?
• ‘No Eating and Drinking’ MRT Rule Begone! Or, Maybe Not.

Daily SG: 29 May 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 29 May 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #royngerng #cpf
• Roy Ngerng vs PM Lee in Court: Don’t we all know the outcome already?
• Is CPF really your money?
• You Think It’s So Easy For The PM?
• More mortgage debt due to Minimum Sum rule
• 10 Quotable Quotes that really show PM Lee & WP’s Low engaged in an epic butting of heads in parliament

Daily SG: 28 May 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 28 May 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #royngerng #cpf
• Roy Ngerng, it is NOT about the money
• What EXACTLY could Disqualify Roy from contesting in GE 2016?
• The Obligatory CPF post.
• Kenneth Jeyaretnam: Why We Must Keep Up the Pressure
• A victory for the xenophobes, and a sad, sad loss for the rest of us
• An Exercise in Historical Imagination – Communist Singapore?

Daily SG: 20 Jun 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 20 Jun 2013
• Is NEA trying to downplay the haze situation?
• Hazy Singapore and the conspiracy theories
• The haze and regime change
• Haze in Singapore – 3 hour average?
• Singapore’s every day haze: reason for haze level peak at night?
• 烟雾问题的根本 Chinese & English Article on Haze 2006

Daily SG: 5 Feb 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 5 Feb 2013
• A Malay Boy In A Chinese Land
• Seeing red over White Paper on Population
• PM Lee and Acceptance of Same-Sex Relations in Singapore
• La-kopi Politics – The time has arrived for the role of WP and other opposition parties to be critically reviewed

Daily SG: 4 Feb 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 4 Feb 2013
• “WP will vote for the White Paper,” Moley
• Political suicide vs Demographic extinction
• Confessions of a Prime Minister
• Dr Lee Bee Wah Listens Only To The Good Stuff

Daily SG: 1 Feb 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 1 Feb 2013
• Interactions Across Education Institutions In Singapore: Concrete Recommendations
• The Christian’s Perspective of Homosexuality
• What does 2030 mean to our children?
• Singapore smoking ban extension

Daily SG: 31 Jan 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 31 Jan 2013
• Open Letter to the PAP: Of MP Dr Lee Bee Wah’s Conduct and ‘Customer Service’
• Singapore Politics: The Fight For Online Famedom
• White paper: more bodies, without hearts
• Why the PAP is always right
• I was one of the dengue statistics contributor for the record high

Daily SG: 30 Jan 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 30 Jan 2013
• 6.9 million Singaporeans by year 2030
• Foreigners at the Gates, Ooops, Inside Already, Too Late!
• The prime minister needs to meet real people at concerts
• PM Lee says social media cannot be left alone: Lee’s Fixation?
• 2 boys killed in road accident at Tampines

Daily SG: 29 Jan 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 29 Jan 2013
• Hawker Centre, Food Court or CoffeeShop
• The Fallacy of Minority Representation
• Is There Legalised Corruption in Singapore?
• Superstition In Singapore

Daily SG: 28 Jan 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 28 Jan 2013
• “We are professionals” – and out you go
• Low Thia Khiang, what’s with the lack of your confidence?
• PAP blaming Punggol East loss on ‘by-election effect’
• Exclusive: Alvin Tan speaks to LIFT about Sexcussions with Alvivi!
• THAIPUSAM IN SINGAPORE!

Punggol East By-Election Result

Punggol East By-Election Result: 27 Jan 2013
• The effect of this by-election
• PAP suffers 10.83% swing in Punggol East by-election
• A Historic Loss for the PAP
• Punggol East By-Election 2013: The Aftermath and the Analysis

Daily SG: 25 Jan 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 25 Jan 2013
• Baby, maybe it’s time for a baby
• The Inhumanity of Gan Kim Yong
• A Response to Reverend Yap Kim Hao’s Post
• The Politics of the Underdog

Daily SG: 24 Jan 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 24 Jan 2013
• Enjoy your MRT ride!
• Workers’ Party – Forever the Bridesmaids to a Tyrant
• Church and Homosexuality in Singapore [God loves you even if you hate gays]

Daily SG: 23 Jan 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 23 Jan 2013
• Developers Counter Cooling Measures – Is It a Concern?
• Goh Meng Seng: WP’s Path away From Opposition Unity
• A Short Reflection on 377A

Daily SG: 22 Jan 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 22 Jan 2013
• Baby Bonus Increment: Yay or Nay?
• Baby package a by election strategy, does little to help singles
• PE residents need to thank Michael Palmer
• Why an SDP supporter is rooting for WP in this by-election

Daily SG: 21 Jan 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 21 Jan 2013
• An evening with K Shanmugam, Law and Foreign Affairs Minister, at Buko Nero
• Should you buy near to the new MRT lines?
• Vote with your stomachs, Vote Desmond!
• Punggol East voters are not daft
• Regarding LGBT

Daily SG: 18 Jan 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 18 Jan 2013
• RP’s Jeyaretnam: Online threats made against my son, wife
• Uncle, which beer goes well with politics?
• S377A gives conservatives a false sense of security
• A petition to support the keeping of 377A
• Singapore’s oldest playgrounds
• Singapore Campaigns of the 70s/80s

Daily SG: 17 Jan 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 17 Jan 2013
• Why can’t we accept independent elderly?
• Why It’s a Great Time to Be a Singaporean (Citizen)
• Good Meritocracy, Bad Meritocracy
• Opinion Polls And Secrecy
• A letter to Senior Pastor Lawrence Khong
• Dear Pastor Khong…

Daily SG: 16 Jan 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 16 Jan 2013
• A poll during the blackout period? What was ST thinking?
• A possible SDP reply to WP
• Whoever is in MND is once again “out of touch”

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