Sunday, January 20, 2008

Does this sound like a mad man to you?

This one-year-old article of Robert Ho by Martyn See at AsiaTimes Online tells the odd story of a Singaporean cyber-dissident who has been routinely painted (or should it be tainted?) by the PAP government as mentally unsound.

If you read the whole interview, you will wonder: Is this really the mind of a mad man?

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