Tag Archive: race

Chee Soon Juan: By All Means, Let’s Continue To Humiliate Our Minority Citizens

THE SAGA OVER the Elected Presidency (EP) has again, thanks to the Prime Minister, dredged up the hideous truth that our political system is indefensibly undergirded by racialist and racist thinking. The official line of the EP rhapsodised about the…
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Reserved Presidential Elections: The Challenges And The Opportunities..

Mdm Halimah is now the President of Singapore. Elected on a technicality for the only one candidate meeting the set requirements for this year’s RPE. The Government has urged the people to move on and acknowledged the bitterness over elements…
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Of TCB And Salleh Marican: Both Directly Associated With The Establishment, Both Blocked From Potentially Contesting The Presidency

I am one of those who have highlighted the hypocrisy on both sides upon observing both sides and my views are from my personal perspective. Categorically, I am against the manipulation of the constitution particularly the reserved election on basis…
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Alfian Sa’at: “If There Is A Committee To Certify The ‘Chineseness’ Of Candidates, What Kinds Of Criteria Should We Expect?”

I have so many questions. Is a biologically Chinese person adopted into an Indian family still Chinese? But what do we mean by ‘biologically’? You can adopt a child of a different race in Singapore. But can the child ‘adopt’…
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