Tag Archive: Singaporeans

Commentary: Are Authorities Taking The ‘Mystery Smell Haze’ Incident Seriously With Terror Attacks Rampant Around The World?

It was disappointing to hear the authorities here say that they were not able to establish what the mystery smell, which was detected in several parts of Singapore on Monday. Singaporeans were left to speculate as to where it might…
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Commentary: I Think Halimah Has What It Takes To Be People’s President

I can understand the unhappiness expressed by some Singaporeans with the Presidential Election, as they felt that they had been deprived of a choice (Hundreds protest against reserved Presidential Election; Sept 16, online). A contest would have been good, as…
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Commentary: Tharman’s Six Principles Of Political Communication That’s So Sigh Pie

Off the top of my head, Tharman’s six principles of political communication: 1. Timing: Wait till the worst of the storm of public dissatisfaction blows over. Don’t go into the thick of it. Wait for heads to cool. 2. Deflate…
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Commentary: Why Are Some Malays Proud Of The Outcome Of A Clearly Tainted Process? What Are We Exactly Proud Of?

It troubles me that some segments in the Malay community celebrate President Halimah’s selection as a victory for the Malays. I am perplexed. What are we exactly proud of? Yes, Madam Halimah is a good person – I will readily…
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Commentary: Madam President, I Hope You Can Proof Your Critiques Wrong, Walk The Talk, Show You’re People’s President

DIVIDE AND CONQUER? Our president? No she is not? It is truly sickening and saddening to see this whole circus turning into a racial mud sling like no other. It‘s purely the Malay feeling slighted cause the Majority Chinese and…
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