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PM Lee Advise Future PM To Be In Touch With Singaporeans, Something He Has Never Done Before

PM Lee Advise Future PM To Be In Touch With Singaporeans, Something He Has Never Done Before

In his advice, he urged the future top guy take an interest in society around him, and to take interest in any world events happening currently. He also strongly encouraged a future PM to read the newspapers to see how Singapore can fit in, something that most people do, but obviously PM Lee still see a need to tell everyone. The best part was that he encouraged this future PM to participate in Singapore's wider society, to understand what the man on the ground is going through.

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CHEE SOON JUAN: OUR STATE OF SOCIETY IS HEARTBREAKING BUT YOUTHS CAN BRING ABOUT CHANGE

SDP's Chee Soon Juan weighed in on censorship and democracy in Singapore after having watched a play. He claimed there's no freedom of speech here and hoped these youths can at least bring about change in future.

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OPEN LETTER TO AMOS: GIVE CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM, DON'T CRITICISE FOR THE SAKE OF IT

Singaporean Lee Yue Heng wrote an open letter to Amos Yee to question the purpose of his criticisms. He is against criticism stemming from hate and urged Amos to go about constructive criticism that is intended to make Singapore a better society.

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CHIOBU WP MEMBER: WILL YOU ACCEPT EP RESULT? WHAT DOES IT SAY ABOUT OUR SOCIETY?

Workers' Party's He Ting Ru is worried that people are so upset about the elected Presidency but wonders if it tells a lot about our society given that so few good men/women were willing to put themselves forward. What do you think?

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OPPOSITION POLITICIAN INSISTS RESERVED PRESIDENCY IS BAD, LIKENS IT TO RACIST SINGING CONTEST?

Khan Osman Sulaiman continues to harp on how the reserved presidency is a bad decision and likened it to 'The Voice' singing competition which only accepted Chinese singers. He thinks race-based policies will only create a divisive society instead of strengthening it.

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NETIZEN LISTS ACTUAL ISSUES PM LEE SHOULD HAVE COVERED IN RALLY

A netizen who was equally perplexed by the PM's talking points during the NDR highlighted actual issues which should have been raised at the event. He thinks politicians should not focus on the "rosy outlook" here because Singapore will no longer be a special location in the global economy if they adopt this narrow mindset.

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SINGAPOREANS NARROW-MINDED? BECAUSE GOVT TOOK AWAY OUR CHOICES

Recently, there have been talks about the narrow-mindedness of Singaporeans when viewing other countries. Specifically in this thread, and it made me think, why does this happen? Note, I use some Singaporeans here more liberally and should not be taken so broadly or meant to insult you. hit the back button if you think otherwise.

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CATHOLIC CHURCH: GOVT SHD CLOSELY MONITOR GAMBLING SITUATION

In any form of state or public policy, the Church stands not only for the protection of every person’s individual rights but also the promotion of the good of all in society. The effects of excessive gambling go beyond affecting just an individual, especially if the gambler is a bread winner.

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