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PROTEST WAS SUCCESSFUL, SHOWS S'POREANS CAN DEBATE RACE ISSUES PEACEFULLY

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.

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HAS ASEAN DELIVERED BENEFITS TO ORDINARY S'POREANS OVER THE LAST 10 YEARS?

While the ASEAN is important for continued success of ASEAN nations, do you think it has brought about tangible benefits to the people? Why is Singapore still ranked poorly in many aspects such as press freedom, gini inequality, and employee engagement?

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IGNORANT FOR LAWRENCE WONG TO CLAIM SG NEVER FAILED IN "RESTRUCTURING" ECONOMY

Historian Thum Pingtjin disagreed with Minister Lawrence Wong for saying that Singapore has never failed in restructuring its economy. He said such a statement shows our politicians' ignorance about the nation's history and policymaking as the "PAP has failed more times at restructuring the economy than it has succeeded".

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MENDAKI DENIES INDIAN MUSLIMS OF FINANCIAL HELP, WELCOMES ONLY THOSE WHO ARE SUCCESSFUL

A netizen wrote on her Facebook on facing an identity crisis as an Indian Muslim. She said Mendaki has denied Indian Muslims of financial assistance but invite only those who are successful to some photo-taking ceremony. She could not be bothered anymore about Mendaki's lack of help, given that her daughter did not manage to receive help from it as well.

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DEBUNKING MYTHS THAT S'PORE WOULD NEVER HAVE SUCCEEDED WITHOUT THE PAP LEADERSHIP

One of the notions that PAP likes to perpetuate is that the modern Singapore skyline would not have existed without them. They have also boasted that under their rule, Singapore has become a meritocracy where anyone can succeed regardless of their background. I would like to debunk this myth. First, let’s talk about their “success” in bringing Singpaore up

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WHEN IT COMES TO SUCCESS, GIVE CREDIT WHERE IT IS DUE

I don't want anyone to take what I am saying as ANY kind of political statement - because it absolutely is not. But it IS a message about management.

When it comes to success, give credit where credit is due. And if you happened to have played a part in it, you certainly deserve some recognition.

But never claim more credit than is due to you.

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I'M GLAD I LEFT SINGAPORE FOR AN AUSTRALIAN WAY OF LIFE

Contrary to popular beliefs, Singaporeans leave for Australia due to factors related to Singapore's success rather than failure. I know my departure is not a mistake. This entire blog has been a database of qualitative data. The question is whether my inputs are objective or lies. If you work as a cleaner in Singapore, the chances of you feeling like a first class citizen is zero. Ask the average Malay or Indian Singaporean if they feel being treated like a first class citizen in Singapore.

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