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» This is your country. Take Ownership for it. from Constructive Deconstruction
There are many who are still hesitant about taking a stand that isnt on the side of the Government. Now, please, there is a difference between revolting against the Government and taking a different stand. People cite everything from being a... [Read More]

» Hasta la Vista Mr Brown Column on TODAY from Darth Grievous' Dark Domain
This came from Mr Browns Blog Regarding TODAY Some of you have been asking, so here goes. I have been informed that TODAY has suspended my column. It has been a trying few days for me, my family, my mum and my friends. Thank you all for your em... [Read More]

» Why America will always remain great whereas Singapore will not from Justin Lee's Web 2.0 Blog
In light of what happened to MrBrown, and after reading this, I cant help to feel that Singapore will never be great. From the Yahoo! Publisher Network, e-Merica: Its Your Birthday, Revolution 2.0: Left, right or center, ma... [Read More]

» Touchy Mass Media from .spEechLeSs_wOrld_v.
As much as J has had some of his write-ins rejected by the papers for various reasons, the recent saga has been the mrbrown/TODAY/MICA fracas. Hundreds of comments on his blog and probably a few thousand more elsewhere in the forums etc. TODAY: S’... [Read More]

» Mr Brown suspended! Suspend the editor too. from IZ Reloaded
An anonymous reader left a comment two days ago on my post, "Did Mr Brown distort the truth?" He said, "today will sack brown and its editor." And on the same day, I received an email most probably sent by the same person which echoes the same words as... [Read More]

» Four Million Fingers from AsiaPundit
Singapores godfather of blogging, mr brown, has just been suspended as a columnist for the Today newspaper after the Ministry of Information and Culture (MICA) objected to his previous column. Although AP is not a citizen, he was a long-term res... [Read More]

» Mr Brown Followup from New Domain [V6]
Apparently, Today decided to cancel Mr Browns column. This is a followup from the previous post. This is outrageous! I had always thought Today was not like The Straits Time - being a governments spokesperson - and would publish stuff tha... [Read More]

» The Red Dot Awakens from jaywalk.blog-city.com
I just realised something. Everytime I write a piece with regards to local politics, I will always have a disclaimer, at the end, to the effect of "please don't kill/sue/buah-goo-yew me". Then it hit me, when I woke up this morning. While [Read More]

» Propaganda Department's New Branch from Letters from China
Singapore UPDATE 1:Singaporean Nanny bans mr brown's subversive column; Asia Pundit is calling on a Four Million (Middle) Fingers campaign to celebrate resolute action. * * * Singaporean government gives mr brown a lecture on writing commentary:mr brow... [Read More]

» Mr. Brown's column suspended by Singapore censors from The Peking Duck
Mr. Brown and I used to trade emails now and then when I lived in Singapore, so this story is particularly galling to me. I suspect, the censors are going to deeply regret it. Mr. Brown's following is even larger... [Read More]

» Mr. Brown's column suspended by Singapore censors from The Peking Duck
Mr. Brown and I used to trade emails now and then when I lived in Singapore, so this story is particularly galling to me. I suspect the censors are going to deeply regret it. Mr. Brown's following is even larger... [Read More]

» M.I.C.A, the poster image of the Sillypore governance from Visual Grammar
Mr Brown went to town with the articles that he wrote. The papers went through it and proceeded to print it. The readers simply loved it for its truth and application. The authorities simply felt threatened by the truth. The truth they could not handle... [Read More]

» TODAY browns Mr Brown from Deadpoet's Cave
Mr Brown is now yesterdays news. I dont think the TODAY editors did it out of their own volition. Maybe it was pre-emptive measure to prevent further fallout. Or perhaps it was some directive - implicit or explicit - from up above. And I ... [Read More]

» Brown fallout from The Lores of Aizai
As we all probably already know, the brown flers recent Todays column Singaporeans are fed, up with progress has resulted in his suspension from Today, no doubt motivated by a certain press secretarys public lambastin... [Read More]

» Chaotic Chatter? from Singabloodypore
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