Misguided reactions to shocking accident in Singapore show that we shouldn’t anyhow jump to conclusions.
“But the freewheeling spirit and cover of anonymity offered by the social media allow even the most outrageous assaults on reason to be passed off as harmless commentaries” (Staying Engaged with Real News, The Straits Times Editorial). Few will disagree with the need for social media sites and search engines to stem the spread of …
With the attention of the general public conveniently steered towards such comparatively trivial distractions, there is little chance that anything will change in respect to the application of the death penalty, the election of parliamentarians on GRC tickets, and other issues which are similarly kept under the radar.
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 22 Apr 2016 #drugs #bukitbatok #byelecction
• ‘We want a drug-free, not drug-tolerant S’pore’
• By the way, this Bukit Batok by-election…
• RE: Weighing in on the Janice Leong (aka Janiqueel) saga
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Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 4 Nov 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #Haze
• Singapore, do not execute Sarawakian Kho Jabing
• Do we even know how the Computer Misuse Act and Cyber Security Act affects our lives?
• 13 Bizarre Items You Can Buy at Cash Converters
• How much do you pay for your “take-away”?
• Remembering Tony…
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 29 Oct 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #Haze
• Beware the rise of the durian generation
• HR replies a Singaporean’s complaints abt Job Hunting
• Is Singapore’s tripartism a well-played game?
• What is the problem with SMRT?
• Set Up Committee to Address Persistent Perceptions of Racial Discrimination
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 19 May 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #AmosYee
• Amos Yee, giving child molestation victims a bad name
• MoM thinks we that stupid? Or they really that stupid?
• Time to restructure the civil service grading system?
• The Fear That Keeps Us Silent
• A novel proposal for political reform
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 18 May 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #AmosYee
• The Molestation Of Vincent Law
• Behind the brat looms an oppressor still
• Foreigners with Degree Mills Are Better than Singaporeans?
• Aiseyman! Why can’t Muslims be ambassadors for PinkDot?
• Racial’ identities must give way to new realities
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 15 May 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #AmosYee
• 33 year old Student Roy Ngerng Defends 16 year old Teacher Amos Yee!
• Vincent Law couldn’t cope
• Singapore tops global education rankings – so what?
• Should there be boundaries when it comes to freedom of speech in Singapore?
• AHPETC, MND and the “argy-bargy” issue of Government grants
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 14 May 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #AmosYee
• Amos Yee manipulates mainstream media with allegation of molest
• He’s not your Messiah, he’s a naughty little boy
• MOM Replies To Fake Degree Saga With An Infographic That Doesn’t Actually Say Much
• Not Just A Man’s Job! The Case for Women to Serve NS
• PAP runs out of talents, fields elite Chong Kee Hiong in Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC