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Extreme Solutions for Singapore’s Problems

Posted by inspir3d on August 20, 2006

“So, to do my part in constructive citizenry, I shall attempt to give some solutions to solve some of our nation’s problems. They may seem extreme and may cause discomfort for those used to higher standards of morality. I advice emotional guidance to be sought for readers venturing beyond this point. The problems listed are not ranked according to severity, perceived or fabricated. They are problems that our government had problem solving for a long time and looked desperately in need of some extreme solutions.” …more (Whispers from the heart)

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Retreat from Power: Who will lead us?

Posted by inspir3d on August 20, 2006

“Russell Heng has written an excellent article entitled “Retreat from Power: Why should Singapore’s PAP oblige?” where he postulates that our Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong could possibly be the one to lead the People’s Action Party (PAP) towards the politics of retreat. Heng’s hypothesis is a must-read for all serious Singapore-watchers. ( Also if you don’t, you won’t know what the h*ck I am talking about).” …more (Dr Huang)

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The (In)utility of Statistical Analysis: Why Statistics Don’t Matter

Posted by inspir3d on August 20, 2006

“As such, percentages and statistical reports are highly deceiving and do not take into account the complexity of human personality and complexities behind his choice. As such, whether the ruling party gets 66% or 46% does not prove whether it is doing a “good” job or not…” …more (Ben Ho; H-C)

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