Category Archives: Social Issues

Straits Times Is Still Very Annoying: featuring Catherine Lim, Singapore’s Consul-General in HK, and the SCMP

Let me take you through the steps chronologically. 1: The South China Morning Post published a report quoting Catherine Lim’s letter. They also mentioned Jason Chua,¬†which is pretty embarrassing. The report was titled “Singaporeans ‘no longer trust their government’: Writer … Continue reading

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Your frustration is valid, but your response isn’t helping you.

Visakan Veerasamy’s answer to: If you could write a 10 note to your younger self, what would you say? Your frustration is valid, but your response isn’t helping you. —When I was younger, I was very angry with the world, … Continue reading

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#freemyinternet Q&A

This was from 2013. – Why did you feel the need to participate in this web blackout? What are your views on comments from the government that online activists are “overreacting”? 1: I grew up with the internet, and I … Continue reading

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Notes from “The Story of Your Enslavement”

Fear of death and future loss.¬†Threats only work on humans. Farming of humans = most profitable and destructive. Reaching its destructive climax. Series of farms, human farmers own human livestock. Governments provide healthcare, water, education, roads. Imagined benevolence. Farmers too … Continue reading

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LGBT in SG Core

“Our priority is to maintain a strong Singaporean core by encouraging Singaporeans to get married and have children.” If this really is our priority then we should repeal 377A, legalize gay marriage and allow LGBTQ couples to adopt. Also, why … Continue reading

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Ministerial Salaries

In the past couple of years, I’ve met a few MPs (and the PM, too, through some odd luck) and I am quite convinced of their good intentions and magnanimous spirit. I will dare to say this- person to person, … Continue reading

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How To Save Literature In Singapore

I don’t think it makes sense to make literature compulsory. The system will still game it. Teachers will borrow literature periods to teach tested subjects- just meet the KPIs with the bare minimum possible. If you want people to appreciate … Continue reading

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