15 Jan '11, 2am

Mr Wang Says So: Singapore's Official Retirement Age To Be Extended

"Even as the election draws ever closer, I see the opposition parties making no progress at all." Again, this illustrates the importance of MSM. The fact that there were newly formed opposition parties, and that there was a recent TOC political forum, Singaporeans still believe that oppositions are not credible, weak, and making no progress. MSM controls the agenda - your collective consciousness. There is only so much Internet media can do due to its low penetration. Without TOC, TR and other excellent individual efforts (blogs), issues such as homelessness, healthcare, homosexuality, minimum wage, death penalty, and civil liberty will never be discussed publicly/openly. Unfortunately, Internet is miniscule compared to MSM. A typical article on TOC has 1000-2000 views compared to millions on ST. The fact that they are clamping down on TOC shows the importance of the media...

Full article: http://mrwangsaysso.blogspot.com/2011/01/official-retirem...

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