Daily SG: 2 Oct 2007

Burmese Protests
– Chemical Generation Singapore: Burma – Reform Chance not Looking Good
– One Less Car: Vigil/Protest Outside Burmese Embassy in Singapore
– All and Sundry Singapore: Burma Junta’s Hired Thugs Target Peaceful Protest
– Martyn See: Guard dogs of St. Martin Drive
– The Online Citizen: Over 400 visit Burmese embassy to sign petition
– The Online Citizen: Candle light vigil at Burmese embassy
– What Others Say?: Strategic Analysis – “Monkhood Saffron vs Olive Army Green” – A War Game
– What Others Say?: It’s Time To Seriously Re-Think The ASEAN Policy of Non-Interference!
– Sophie’s World: Asean should interfere in Myanmar
– Singapore Patriot: PM Lee’s letter to Myanmar’s top general
– ash’ventures: is it appropriate for PM Lee to address Than Shwe as His Excellency?
– The Void Deck: Burma Bloggers March
– HWZ: Chee stages protest against Myanmar, Singapore

CPF & Annuities
– Hear ye! Hear ye!: Consolidation of thoughts on CPF changes

Pink Issues
– Mr Wang Says So: A Response To TW Tan’s Letter

Bus Companies Up Fares
– Warblings of a Little Bird: Higher Bus Fares – justified?

Daily Discourse
– My Singapore News: Should the people save?
– The Online Citizen: Uniquely Singapore, F1 or F9: “Residents willing to pay more for service and conservancy”?

Life, the universe and everything
– Mooiness!: Age Appropriate Partying
– Bullet Proof Read: 5 Tips to Ace Ramadan

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12 Responses to Daily SG: 2 Oct 2007

  1. P.R. says:

    Myanmar: Prayer Meets and Support in Neighbouring Countries
    http://www.globalvoicesonline.org/2007/09/29/myanmar-prayer-meets-and-support-in-neighbouring-countries/

    …prayer service will be held daily at the Burmese Temple in Singapore…

  2. Marijn says:

    The people of Myanmar citizens and Singaporean were meet up at the Toa Payoh Burmese temple, Singapore time 7:00pm. Over one thousand people attended and head of the monk was leading the praying for the people in Myanmar.

    http://mmedwatch.blogspot.com/2007/09/blog-post_643.html

  3. Bomia says:

    I couldn’t help but feel sad, the price they paid is too high.

    http://bacts.blogspot.com/2007/10/burma-thousands-dead-in-massacre-of.html

  4. Bitbot says:

    I know some people are going to call me crazy for saying this, but maybe US should step in and overthrow the junta like how they overthrew Saddam in Iraq.

    The Iraqis were really happy when US invaded because it meant an end to Saddam’s dictatorial regime where they were all living in fear and terror.

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  6. bushism says:

    US is stretched too thin across Irag and Afganistan and the possibility of an Iran confrontation. Even the most powerful army in the world cannot fight 3 wars at the same time.

  7. dudu says:

    The end is coming very soon. The generals are fighting amongst themselves. The end will come very soon. They wouldn’t know what hit them this time, they are good at telling you what will happen when a bullet tears to flesh and bone, but they have no idea how to fight a cyber war. They are as good as sitting ducks.

    Sayonara, good bye, selamat tinggal, chye chien.

  8. newsweek gal says:

    Hi.

    Really, it’s only a matter of time bfr everything explodes. Nothing will go back to the way it was in Myanmar. All we really have to do is sit back while those generals kill themselves, it will happen very soon. No one sends their family abroad, if they are really secure abt their position. These people are all fearful and you really need to ask why that’s so?

  9. Pandemonium says:

    Hi,

    Not sure if you’re aware of this, but for the past few posts you have misspelled “CPF” as “CPR”! The post for yesterday (3 Oct) was alright though.

  10. Serendipity says:

    Ironic that the error is kinda fitting don’t you reckon?

  11. The Singapore Daily says:

    Hi Pandemonium, thanks for spotting the mistakes! ^_^

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