A semi-satirical overview of the 7 deadly sins in Singapore's history of governance.
Malaysian Finance Minister Tan Siew Sen described the PAP as a party which shouted "Fire, fire" while committing arson.
The official amnesia is perhaps a convenient cover for the fact that there never was a conspiracy, Marxist or otherwise.
History shapes the way we view the present, and therefore it dictates what answers we offer for existing problems.
I was astounded with the Straits Times' headline, "Singapore's legal system rated best in world: Full confidence that justice will be fast and fair."
Operation Coldstore, on 3 February 1963, decapitated Singapore’s progressive left-wing movement. By the time its leaders were released from detention, the PAP had cemented its grip on power and closed down any space for political opposition.
"The PAP is endangering democracy. . .parliamentary democracy under the PAP has already become Fascist dictatorship." -- Dr. Lee Siew Choh (1963)