Tag Archives: human rights

ORANGUTAN IN ARGENTINA GRANTED RIGHT TO LIVE IN BETTER CONDITIONS

A female orangutan got cleared to leave a Buenos Aires zoo she has called home for 20 years, after a court ruled that she was entitled to more desirable living conditions, lawyers said. The 29-year-old orangutan, named Sandra, has been living in a zoo enclosure for two decades, which animal rights lawyers said was against her comfort.

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NETIZEN LODGED POLICE REPORT AGAINST WEBSITE FOR VIOLATION OF “FREEDOM OF SPEECH”

Initially, I used the account “sgvideoman” to participate in Hardwarezone forums. I believe hwzadmin banned me because I made *regular* postings that I am being persecuted, targeted, and blacklisted by the Government of Singapore. His flawed logic is that anyone, and I say anyone, who claims to be persecuted, targeted, and blacklisted by the Singapore Government must be insane and crazy.

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TEMASEK JC GENERAL PAPER NOTES TEACHING STUDENTS THAT HOMOSEXUALITY IS NORMAL & A HUMAN RIGHT

It is shocking that a teacher in Temasek JC is using his/her position of power to brain wash our teens into believing that homosexuality is normal and a fundamental human right on the pretext of teaching critical thinking in General Paper. We as parents have to be careful as even now some teachers in school are extremely pro-gay and cannot be trusted to impart good moral values to our students. This is unacceptable as it is skewed towards the view that homosexuality should be seen as normal, and that other views are "obstacles" towards achieving this "just" aim.

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WHAT WILL HAPPEN AFTER LEE KUAN YEW’S DEATH?

Why is the imminent death of LKY an issue we need to pay attention to? A shared opinion among some political observers is that the PAP Government will call the next elections immediately after his funeral - which will no doubt occupy the headlines for weeks in order that the party can leverage on the expected flood of tributes and sympathy from both the local and international media. It will be the biggest advertising campaign for the PAP, which the party will gladly exploit in order to win another election.

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