Monthly Archives: June 2017

PAP big guns fail to defend against allegations of power abuse at the top, Singapore’s reputation takes another beating

PAP has underestimated the political fallout from allegations of power abuse by PM Lee’s siblings. Although 93% of MPs will defend PM Lee in Parliament on 3 July, this will eventually raise even more questions. PM Lee’s position is untenable … Continue reading

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PM Lee refuses to address siblings’ power abuse allegations, only refers questions on 38 Oxley Road to a 93% PAP-controlled Parliament

I refer to CNA article, “PM Lee apologises to Singaporeans over dispute with siblings; to answer questions in Parliament on 38 Oxley Road”. The PAP government, with assistance from a PAP-controlled MSM, has continued to frame the issue as one … Continue reading

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Law minister Shanmugam’s”ridiculous” comment on conflict of interest even more ridiculous

After 5 decades of relying on propaganda to run the government, PAP ministers presently lack the ability to convince Singaporeans with sound arguments. Lee Hsien Yang has recently disclosed that Law Minister Shanmugam’s inclusion in the “secret committee” formed to prevent … Continue reading

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DPM Teo also did not want to demolish LKY’s house, ministerial committee was to further PM Lee’s personal agenda

I refer to  CNA article, “I’ve not thought about what lies beyond demolition: Lee Hsien Yang on Lee Kuan Yew’s Oxley home”. CNA has continued to assist PAP by publishing an increasing amount of information to complicate a simple wish of LKY: demolish … Continue reading

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Former PM Goh ignores abuse of power allegations, ‘defamation-must-sue-or-leave-cabinet’ now no pakai

I refer to CNA article, “Singapore will not be dragged down by Lee family’s ‘petty disputes’: ESM Goh”. This Lau Goh is really one funny guy who’s able to ignore the elephant in the room. Never mind if power abuse … Continue reading

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