SDP's Damanhuri Bin Abas thinks the PAP has racist policies and asked people to stop blaming the Hong Lim Park protest organisers for having double-standards. He believes race issues must be debated openly.
Soh contested that the SA, with their infighting, poor management and lack of support are reasons enough not to share his winnings with them, as he won in spite of these problems, not because of any help he received.
Activist Gilbert Goh is happy to have had a peaceful, silent protest even though the topic did have racial connotations. He asked the Government to look at this example and stop being too uptight as Singaporeans are mature enough to handle such topics.
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.
Singapore was treated to a unprecedented show of unrivalled blow-by-blow account of a sibling spat that shook the country for close to three weeks.
Never have so many people switch so much to social media to watch the next FB post by any of the three royal siblings and many I believe would have burst their monthly data limit in order to catch the latest social media feed. So let us come out and discuss together as a people what we want for a better Singapore on 15th July Saturday. If you want to speak at our open-air forum - please let us know in advance. Each speaker has 5 to 10 minutes and we are limiting to a total of ten speakers only. You don't have to be eloquent to speak but need only to speak from your heart.
Social activist Gilbert Goh shared a video of the Singapore Police arresting a man who was conducting an illegal protest in the heart of Raffles Place. The man who sounded like a foreigner spoke with a PRC accent and called for the resignation of Lee Hsien Loong over the terrex controversy.