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POFMA Is Powerless Against Brave Activists Like TOC!
The government tried to bring down The Online Citizen (TOC) again! Recently, TOC shared a video interview with an elderly who alleged that she was bullied by the police. This video was subsequently POFMAed by the minister with two positions (Law and Home Affairs) Shanmugam who wasted his time by …Read More »
TOC’s Terry Xu had Items Confiscated Again. What A Desperate Attempt to Silence us!
TOC's Editor Terry Xu had his items confiscated again. How many times have we seen it happen? Is this part of a desperate attempt to silence people who speak up?Read More »
Why Didn’t PM Lee Sue His Siblings If He Felt Defamed By Their Statements?
Person A do something. Person B also do the same thing. Person C also do the same bloody thing! But he don't go after person A and B, he only go after C! Why? Because he is not obligated to sue everyone!Read More »
The Online Citizen Is The Latest Opposition Voice To Get POFMA
The POFMA was issued to TOC due to them sharing the statement by Malaysia-based Lawyers for Liberty (LFL) in which they alleged stated "untrue, baseless and preposterous allegations about the use of unlawful methods in judicial executions conducted in Changi Prison" according to the MHA press release. Two others who shared the same LFL statement were also issued POFMA, according to the MHA press release. The two were another opposition voice Kirsten Han, and non-PAP controlled media, Yahoo Singapore Facebook.Read More »
POFMA will be the Nuclear Bomb to Free Speech and Press in Singapore
POFMA was passed in parliament in May earlier this year. Despite what the government says about protecting citizens from fake news, it is all their way of pushing down a draconian law that has the potential to stifle and kill authentic contrarian views and any point of view that the government doesn't agree with. Here are what other prominent academics, human rights advocates and even a former PAP MP have to say about POFMA.Read More »
It Has Begun! TOC’s Terry Xu Served Letter By PM’ Lawyers, He Is Being Sued As Expected
The Writ was served on 5 September at Terry Xu's house, which indicated that the article in question "contained statements that are false and baseless and were calculated to disparage and impugn PM Lee as well as his office as the Prime Minister.” Xu has 8 days to enter an appearance to defend the claim. This is also not the first time lawyer Davinder Singh has represented PM Lee in his defamation suits. He was involved when PM Lee sued Roy Ngerng in 2015, and most recently Leong Sze Hian, whose case is still ongoing.Read More »
FREE SPEECH COSTS MONEY, HELP SUPPORT THE ONLINE CITIZEN (TOC)
Ok guys and gals, so all of you cheering the rediscovery of common sense in the judgement on the Protection from Harassment Act, remember that the case would never have come about if TOC had not published Dr Ting's side of the case. Free speech still costs money, so put your money where your mouth is and support independent media in Singapore by contributing to the running costs of TOC.Read More »
TOC CHIEF EDITOR: SPEAKER HALIMAH YACCOB IS BIASED AGAINST WP MPS IN PARLIAMENT
I have seen for my eyes how biased is Halimah Yaccob towards the PAP ministers and MP against WP's in Parliament as the Speaker of Parliament, what more to say if she is the President. My bet is Halimah Yaccob. Then you have the claim that Singapore is progressive with a female President and a Malay one somemore.Read More »
NON-PARTISAN BUKIT BATOK RC PUTS UP PAP MURALI BANNER, TAKEN DOWN AFTER COMPLAINTS
The Online Citizen (TOC) was alerted by one reader on 27 April about individuals putting the banner for the PAP candidate, Mr Murali Pillai in the Bukit Batok SMC by-election, on the banner rack of the Resident Committee (RC) Zone 6 at Blk 168 Bukit Batok West Ave 8. On 28 April, questions were sent to the People's Association (PA) that governs the RC about whether is there any rules that allow the use of RC facilities for partisan purpose.Read More »