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GE2020: Opposition Candidates' Pictures Missing in ST Nomination Day Live Coverage

The 158th media has made no effort to hide their bias against the opposition by leaving out faces of opposition candidates in their Nomination Day Live Coverage. 158 did not bother to find photos of opposition candidates and just showed them as blanks while all the PAP candidates' faces were shown. What is their excuse for not being able to get a photo of the prominent Paul Tambyah who is going to be president of the International Society of Infectious Diseases?

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GE2020: Progress Singapore Party Announced First Six Election Candidates

The Progress Singapore Party (PSP) has announced its first batch of election candidates. The candidates are from a range of backgrounds. Although the party did not state where it will contest in the upcoming elections, it is likely to be West Coast GRC.

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MSM UNDER-REPORTED ATTENDANCE FOR SILENT PROTEST, THOUSANDS WERE THERE!

Former NSP Sec-Gen Lim Tean claimed the MSM had "grossly under-reported" the number of attendees for the Hong Lim Park silent protest against the "blatant racialism" of the Elected Presidency. He also thanked Tan Cheng Bock for turning up.

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WHY IS THE S'PORE OPPOSITION SO FRACTURED & PAP SO DOMINANT?

Given the almost complete dominance of the PAP in both parliament and at the voting booth, It's strange to see how fractured opposition parties are with there being at least 3 major parties that only form electoral alliances to prevent them from losing their deposit. What are the major differences between the WP, SDP, SPP, SingFirst etc? Why hasn't the PAP split into more parties in recent history?

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WELL DONE NSP'S LIM TEAN, BETTER TO RESIGN THAN BE ZIPPED UP!

When I heard news that Lim Tean has resigned from NSP, I wasnt surprised of the reasons for his resignation. Curtailment of his freedom of speech is one of it. Often times, it's the alternative parties that espouses freedom of speech but in reality, fall short of implementing it within its own organization. I encountered many times where alternative parties feel uneasy when its members are vocal about issues they feel strongly about. Issues like LGBT, Tudung issue, discrimination, religion, 377A, article 154 etc.

But of course not all of the alternative parties hold such unwritten rules. It depends on the leader at helm. Some may argue that members need to toe along the party lines to achieve unity within the organization but by doing so, it instead create artificial harmony within its rank. These parties are then no better than the PAP, the very one they hope to replace. In this aspect, I'm proud to be a part of The Reform Party where its leadership never once tried to curtail my freedom of speech as long as it is done in a responsible manner. I wish Lim Tean all the best. It is better to move away than to be in a party and gets zipped up. That can spell the end of democracy.

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NSP: WITH THE PAP ELITES OUT OF TOUCH, HOW TO MAJULAH SINGAPURA?

In the wake of growing world disaffection with all things Global that benefit only the few at the top will the PAP stop to think about this in the Singapore context?.
Will the team that pushes the TTP (A Globalist Trade Pact), that thinks you can live on $1,000 a month while themselves drawing Million dollar salaries and, so far, is only contributing to increased financial pressures and costs of living with raised prices, mismanaged investments and breaking down services etc actually recognizes that they too are on the same path?

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NSP KEVRYN LIM ALL DRESSED UP FOR ST PATRICK'S DAY

Happy Belated St Patrick's Day. What were you up to? Honoured to be part of the Fashion Show to celebrate St Pat's at ONE°15 Marina Club

Special thanks to Joavann @ The Bronzing Bar for the spray tan, Amy @ ANK Jewellery for the amazing body jewelleries, and of course not forgetting the beautiful make up by Sumie! Great Show!

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