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Daily Archives: 2011-01-24

TOC’s reply to PMO

Mr Lee Hsien Loong Prime Minister's Office Orchard Road Istana Singapore 238823 24 January 2011 RE: PMO’s Reply To The Online Citizen Dear Prime Minister Lee, We note your office’s reply dated 18th Jan 2011. We have stated our objections and stand by them. We note your office’s assurance that being gazetted as a political association will not impede TOC’s freedom …

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Come out with TOC!!!

TOC's response to PMO's reply Dear Readers, First of all, thank you. Thank you for all the words of encouragement, emails, phone calls and sms-es following news of the Prime Minister’s plans to gazette TOC. Thank you for sharing this information with your friends and helping us double our visitor count within just one week. Thank you for not being …

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TOC Cassetted – Not A Political Party!

You are invited to the non-political of the year – the coming out party of The Online Citizen! That’s right! We are coming out! We are stepping out from standing under broad daylight to… well, standing under broad daylight! Except of course, we can now legitimately solicit for donations to keep TOC running. So yes. This isn’t a political event. …

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Reprieve but living on borrowed time

This is an excerpt from an article published on Free Malaysia Today's website. By Maxwell Coopers Convicted Sabahan Yong Vui Kong may have postponed his date with destiny but the hangman's noose is still hovering over him as he awaits the final outcome. Once again, Malaysian Yong Vui Kong is supposedly “free” at last. The Sabah native who is now …

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Lee Kuan Yew’s (non-) legacy

by Alfian Sa'at (This was originally a comment on an FB thread, but it got longer and longer so I decided to post it up here as a note!) From a Sin Chew Jit Poh report: "I would say today, we can integrate all religions and races except Islam," he said in "Lee Kuan Yew: Hard Truths to Keep Singapore …

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