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John F Kennedy once said that those who make peaceful reform impossible, make violent revolution inevitable. Yes,...

gloated over the non-event with the headline: "What's missing in this picture?" accompanied by a picture of a quiet Raffles Place. The police warning obviously worked. The PAP can congratulate itself on the victory. It has won another round, successfully denying the people from exercising their right to peaceful assembly yet again. But let us be clear about one thing: the PAP may be able to stop Singaporeans from protesting, but it cannot stop the resentment and the anger from building up against the greed and inequality that has taken root in this country. And the situation will only get worse. The turmoil in the financial and corporate world that is currently taking place will not leave Singapore unscathed. Already our economy is experiencing a slowdown - barely three years after the last recession. This time around, the downturn may not be the cyclical boom and bust tha...

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