Dear All Singapore Stuff,
Amos Yee's foul-mouth video tirade against the late Lee Kuan Yew and the Christian religion went viral last night. Online netizens have responded with a huge amount of vitriol against him and his family. In yet another case of online vigilantism, online netters have taken the effort to dig up pictures of Amos Yee's family members as well as leak his mobile number, calling on fellow Singaporeans to seek reprisal against him.
Is this the kind of behavior Singaporeans condone? Should insensitivity be responded in kind? Or should Singaporeans leave it to the authorities to "handle" in a more civilised manner?
Here are the most "popular" comments dished out to Amos Yee:
Fortunately, other more sane-minded Singaporeans have banded together to defend Amos's freedom of speech and here's what they said:
Online expose by netizens on a popular local website: