Pink Dot VS Wearwhite – Learning to live with democratic chaos

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: 27 Apr 2015

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 27 Apr 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #AmosYee
• Govt Must Investigate All Human Resource Managers in the Public Service
• The Amos Yee affair: Partisanship versus Principles
• The difference between a gold star and detention
• Are you awake or asleep?
• Singapore’s Armchair Politicians

Daily SG: 24 Apr 2015

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 24 Apr 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #AmosYee
• Magic shows, Ikea and the corporatisation of LGBT politics
• Why did newspaper reject SKM’s statement on Amos Yee?
• Fight the fake degrees!
• LKY & the fragility of everything
• Can someone please CSI and identify this foreign worker?

Daily SG: 23 Apr 2015

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 23 Apr 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #AmosYee
• What exactly was Amos Yee’s crime?
• Degree Mills and Fake Qualifications: The Cesspool of Meritocracy
• Bully – and risk being bullied
• Scholar Eng’s, Amos’s blind relation
• Broaden Conversation On Smoking Ban

Daily SG: 22 Apr 2015

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 22 Apr 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #AmosYee
• Amos: Talk is cheap, very cheap/ Harry really needs no monument
• “Oh the Irony!”: The Thought Police strike again
• Just pandering to you
• Non-payment of taxi fare and a sympathetic taxi company
• Suspected Opposition Mole Lionel De Souza Creating Havoc in PAP Hougang Branch?

Daily SG: 21 Apr 2015

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 21 Apr 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #LKY #LeeKuanYew #AmosYee
• Amos: Parents finally got it?/ Walk the talk, Amos’s groupies
• Former NMP defends IDA: There is no fraud, no lying
• IKEA, please stop supporting Lawrence Khong and his hate agenda
• Diverse Internet Cannot Be Dichotomised
• PAP’s ‘Govt Serves All’ Volte-face…Walk The Walk

Daily SG: 20 Apr 2015

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 20 Apr 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #LKY #LeeKuanYew #AmosYee
• What is Amos Yee’s problem? Ours, actually.
• Why Is IDA Recruiting Unqualified & Dishonest Foreigners Instead of S’poreans?
• Lee Kuan Yew and Henry Kissinger
• Still Public Housing in Singapore?
• Trainee teacher should abandon her bumi-mentality and take responsibility for her own failures!

Daily SG: 17 Apr 2015

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 17 Apr 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #LKY #LeeKuanYew #AmosYee
• SMRT Gets Into Telco Business
• When breaking news destroys trust in the digital age
• The wannabe intellectual that is Amos Yee
• There goes the Eurasian, Malay vote
• Kenneth Jeyaretnam – Internet Warrior Extraordinaire

Daily SG: 16 Apr 2015

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 16 Apr 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #LKY #LeeKuanYew #AmosYee
• Sedition Charges Against TRS Are Baseless And Must Be Dropped
• Passing of LKY: Will we continue to eschew political doctrines?
• Raising funds: Nothing wrong with ACS but…
• Muslim customers also have the right to eat and shop in a dog-free environment!
• Why there should be no complete declassification

Daily SG: 15 Apr 2015

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 15 Apr 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #LKY #LeeKuanYew #AmosYee
• To Demolish or Not to Demolish Lee Kuan Yew’s House?
• Mother of Amos Yee: “I did not file a police report to have my son arrested”
• TRS kena
• Of Freedom of Speech, Amos Yee and The Real Singapore
• By-election in Tanjong Pagar GRC