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About fn8org

For computers, it means to start again in safe mode. For us, we hope we can also start again in safe mode. But it's more like re-booting our systems and starting from much needed basics for democracy in Singapore.

Beyond The Blue Gate & 445 Days Under The ISA Book Launch

On 27 October 2010, Strategic Information and Research Development Centre (SIRD), Abolish ISA Movement and Civil Rights Committee organised the launch of two books by former ISA detainees at the KL and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall (KLSCAH), Kuala Lumpur: * … Continue reading

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Beyond The Blue Gate – Book launch

  The launch of Beyond the Blue Gate, Recollections of a Political Prisoner at The Legends, Fort Canning Park, Singapore on 26 June 2010 marked the beginning of Function 8 which was formed by a group of former 1987 ISA … Continue reading

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Beyond The Blue Gate book launch

  Die gedanken sind frei version. Video of the whole event coming soon. The launch of Beyond the Blue Gate, Recollections of a Political Prisoner at The Legends, Fort Canning Park, Singapore on 26 June 2010 marked the beginning of … Continue reading

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Dr Lim Hock Siew at Muse House

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Dr Lim Hock Siew on Operation Cold Store

25 October 2011 Now I think most of you have read the book, The Fajar Generation. If you have read it, then you would probably know everything about Operation Cold Store. In the book, Dr Poh Soo Kai quoted extensively … Continue reading

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“RELATIVELY FAST AND INEXPENSIVE?”

by Teo Soh Lung SDP has filed an application to set aside the decision of Minister Josephine Teo who had rejected its appeal to cancel her directions issued under the Protection from Online Falsehood and Manipulation Act or POFMA. See … Continue reading

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Ministry Of Manpower vs SDP

by Teo Soh Lung The Ministry of Manpower accused the SDP on 14 Dec 2019 of having a “singular objective – to stoke fear and anxiety among local PMETs” when it published two facebook postings and an article. The SDP … Continue reading

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