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GE 2015 Recap: Impressions of the “Political Gangster” ? - Chee Soon Juan

A good friend of ours, Mr Ji Pa Ban has been following Dr Chee Soon Juan’s GE2015 activities and his thoughts are appended below.

RTSN is not a fan of CSJ simply because he has loyalty issues. 850 more words


Singapore voters ask: How much change do we want?

Published by Al Jazeera English, Sept. 10, 2015

By Tom Benner

Singapore – Election fever is in full swing on this island nation with Singaporeans turning out by the thousands in recent days for heated rallies and stump speeches in the lead-up to Friday’s snap election. 79 more words


After the Sound and the Fury, the Worry

SANTHA must have performed her pooja early this morning, not at home, but at the temple. That’s what she told me she was going to do when I ran into her at Toh Yi Drive yesterday, along the pathway of Block 1, at the top of the handicap ramp the PAP had built, one of the many recent community improvement initiatives spearheaded by Ms. 1,320 more words

Essays & Observations

GE2015: Final thoughts (4 of 4)

This is part 4 of 4. To read part 3, click here.

Conclusion: GE 2015

Over time, the PAP has become a party more for the rich and for the elite. 1,283 more words

Lee Kuan Yew

GE2015: Open Thy Books

The Singapore Democratic Party has called on Singapore’s Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWF) GIC & Temasek to “open” their books. SDP’s Dr Chee had questioned why GIC and Temasek invested in banks like Barclays, Citigroup, UBS and Merill Lynch. 479 more words

Current Affairs

SDP's Manifesto: What I like and What I don't

Dear friends, following up on my first post dissecting the WP’s manifesto, here is my take on the Singapore Democratic Party’s (the manifesto available here… 2,328 more words


What Do We, The Electorate, Really Want After GE2015?

As polling day draws near, I pondered my duty as a citizen and although I had a fairly good idea which party I would be voting for, I felt a need to give myself a chance to hear out the incumbent PAP candidates one more time before going to the ballot box. 1,171 more words

Society & The Community