29 Aug '13, 3am

My fewlings on Gilbert Goh and the 6.9 protests have not changed one bit since February: well maybe they’ve grown

I’ve had more thoughts on the anti-white paper protest since the weekend, I’ll need to write it down into a slightly longer piece. But here’s what I posted on Facebook that got passed around a fair bit. Point is, Singapore is at an interesting stage in our politics and civil society and it’s going to take a while to smooth out the kinks. Where I stand is, I don’t think, extreme in any way — but the values of race and inclusion are very, very important to me, and sometimes that is perceived to be too pro-immigration . *** I was told today that I lacked moral courage for not going to the protest; that I was merely a keyboard warrior. I was also told ‘see? no racist or xenophobic speeches!’ Hmm, let’s see… 1. I have volunteered for years with the opposition and I have been on the frontline of elections. What have you done for your country except to happily throw it into the d...

Full article: http://popagandhi.com/2013/02/from-the-fringe/

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