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Ravi Philemon: Chee Soon Juan Would Be Right Person Lead Opposition Coalition

Ravi Philemon: Chee Soon Juan Would Be Right Person Lead Opposition Coalition

The Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) is celebrating its 40th birthday this year. Ravi Philemon, the Secretary-General of Red Dot United (RDU), wrote a heartwarming Facebook post to congratulate SDP. Ravi Philemon also praised Dr Chee Soon Juan for being the right person who would be able to lead an opposition coalition.

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Facebook Staff Risked Job To Reinstate Critical Spectator Page After Polish National "Pulled Strings"

Facebook Staff Risked Job To Reinstate Critical Spectator Page After Polish National "Pulled Strings"

Pro-PAP Facebook page Critical Spectator was one of those deactivated on 8 July 2020. However in a twist of events, Critical Spectator managed to get itself reinstated in late July. Polish national Michael Petraeus, explained that he "had to pull all the strings that I could, push Facebook's support and get the case higher up," Michael Petraeus was eventually helped by an unnamed Facebook staff to put his name on the line It is disturbing that a foreigner is able to pull strings that influenced a Facebook staff in Singapore to risk his job for the sake of getting this pro-PAP Facebook page back online.

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PAP Reverts Back To Its Dirty Habit Of Attacking Political Dissidents Post GE2020

I read with much concern, of latest developments surrounding the Court cases of political dissidents/Opposition MPs and can’t help but recall the words of the younger Lee siblings alleging “abuse” of various State organs, with the subsequent passionate Parliamentary speech by MP Sylvia Lim to “protect our Institutions before it’s too late”. Is it too late now? Only 12 MPs in the House can answer!

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Local Fresh Graduates Face Bleak Future Due To Govt Policy On Importing Foreign Talent

The government claims that it is those jobs that Singaporeans do not want to do which are replaced by foreigners. They claim that it is those tech-specific jobs that Singaporeans cannot do. Really? You mean no Singaporean in my company would love to be the GM of a new department? You mean that all the young students in polytechnics and universities cannot be trained to have tech skills for a digital Singapore?

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SP Group Faces Widespread Complaints About Surge In Utilities Bill

SP Group Faces Widespread Complaints About Surge In Utilities Bill

Many SP Group customers have recently been plagued by an expected surge in their utility bill. This caused many unhappy or confused customers to air their complaints online. According to numerous complaints, their latest utility bills have increased by twice to six times as compared to their previous months.

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Reform Party Has Elected Charles Yeo As Chairman Of The Party

In his instagram stories, Charles Yeo @toxicstatenarrativeinsg has announced that the Reform Party CEC has elected him as the latest Chairman of the party. It's a good sign that even the Reform Party is welcoming new and young blood into its ranks, unlike the PAP who mostly consist of old fogies who are still stuck in the old school mentality that never change, which is why they lost another GRC at the recent GE.

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Amos Yee Is Back And Now Calls Himself The Polocle

After a few years away from the online spotlight, Amos Yee is back online and has now renaming himself as the Polocle - a combination of his favourite words “polymath” and “oracle”. In a new blog post, Amos Yee shed more light on the infamous video 'Lee Kuan Yew is Finally Dead' that got him into trouble with the law, and his subsequent incarceration, detention and finally, escape into the America to seek asylum.

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