Thursday, February 27, 2020
Dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has quietly put up his former personal lawyer Lucien Wong as the country's Attorney-General again on Jan 6. This is not reported in the state media as the PAP...
Singapore's independent news website TOC has rejected dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsein Loong's demand for an article to be taken down in a letter response made public. Editor of TOC, Terry Xu, noted in his letter...
The successor to dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has called for Singaporeans to trust the PAP government and "unite" behind the ruling party dictatorship. Speaking at a government forum organised by state media CNA and...
Singapore's state-owned bus operator SBS Transit is facing a new lawsuit from 3 drivers after it forced them to work 12 days without rest. Knowing that this is illegal, the government offered a "legal option"...
Speaking at a government dialogue yesterday (Jun 26), Singapore's dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong labelled those who oppose his censorship law on Online Falsehoods as "anti-tech" and "anti-science": "People have to understand the risks of...
A fake government study conducted by Lee Kuan Yew Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) called for the government to hike CPF tax contributions to 37% for elderly aged 55 to 60 years old and a...
Singapore's sovereign wealth fund company Temasek Holdings is chalking up more debt today, with its latest call for funding needing US$600 million. Temasek Holdings issued a new bond on Thrusday (May 23), Astrea V, and it...
Unlike his rival Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong who is always media-whoring himself seeking attention on social media, the Opposition Workers' Party leader MP Low Thia Khiang refused to set up a Facebook account despite...
About 950,000 Singaporean elderly aged 60 years old and above will be receiving a Medisave top up between S$200 and S$800 next month in July. Unfortunately for the old people who were tricked into believing this...
Embarrassing himself in front of foreign business leaders at a government dialogue yesterday (Jun 26), Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong incoherently said Singaporeans have to "cannibalise" themselves for the economy to progress. Using the word "cannibalise",...