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“1987 – Singapore’s Marxist Conspiracy 30 years” documents accounts of ISA detainees of the public’s silence over their detention
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Book review of “1987 – Singapore’s Marxist Conspiracy 30 years ” by Margaret John, Amnesty International, Canada 1987 – Singapore’s Marxist Conspiracy 30 years on is a riveting attempt to set out once and for all the historical truth and injustice of the arrests Read More

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“1987 Singapore’s Marxist Conspiracy, 30 Years On” to be launched on 21 May
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Below is an extract from former detainee under the Internal Security Act (ISA), Chew Kheng Chuan’s essay in Function 8’s new publication, “1987 Singapore’s Marxist Conspiracy, 30 Years On”. “You know what they say ISD now stands for?” DSP (Deputy Superintendent of Police) SK Read More

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Notable Singaporeans who doubt the truth of the “Marxist conspiracy”
By Andrew Loh Published on by Andrew Loh 4

Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 10:49 pm Bertha Henson is latest to join the list of notable Singaporeans who have cast doubts on the 1987 arrests of 22 social workers whom the Government described as “Marxist conspirators”. Ms Henson was a Read More

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'Marxist Conspiracy' and the Hougang by-election
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One Facebooker aghast at the lack of these checks in the 1987 Parliamentary debate on the arbitrary detentions of the alleged Marxist Conspirators comments, “THIS IS WHAT GOES ON IN A PAP CONTROLLED PARLIAMENT DONT LET IT HAPPEN AGAIN…vote in WP at Hougaing…. and the others in 2016.” Read More…

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1987 “Marxist Conspiracy”? People are just “jealous”, says letter to ST forum
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Letter to ST forum page says it’s better for “a few” to do time than “have the nation destroyed”. Read More…

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The Marxist Conspiracy – Not forgetting the evil things that have already been done!
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Straits Times of May ’87 – Four days of government statements on “Marxist Conspiracy”
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The first four days of detailed coverage of “Marxist plot” carried only govt’s statements. Read More…

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Dialectical Postmortem Blues: “Marxist or Catholic?”
By Ariffin Sha Published on by Ariffin Sha 0

“You are a Marxist.” “No, I am a Catholic” *PIAK* Now, imagine that exchange repeating itself no less than 50 times. In addition to being repeatedly slapped across the face by an ISD Officer who was trained in martial arts, the detainee would Read More

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Tan Wah Piow’s video commentary on Jason Soo’s 1987 Untracing the Conspiracy
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By Tan Wah Piow In April this year, I watched Jason Soo’s documentary 1987 Untracing the Conspiracy for the first time. Jason Soo’s intention was to provide a narrative from the detainees’ perspective to counter the Government’s justification for detention without trial of Read More

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Interview with Jason Soo, Director of 1987: Untracing the Conspiracy
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by Yee Kai We speak to Jason Soo, whose new film is about Operation Spectrum, more commonly known as the ‘Marxist Conspiracy’, where 22 people were detained for allegedly plotting to establish a Marxist state in 1987. Jason’s past films include a short Read More

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