Terence Chong

Greta Thunberg’s Stolen Dreams: The Politics of Climate Doom

“How dare you!” An indignant Greta Thunberg spat into the microphone as she stared out with her unflinching eyes at legions of starry-eyed guests at the recent UN Climate Action Summit. “You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words… We are in the beginning of a mass extinction, and all you…
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How Politicians Divide People For Their Own Ends

The concept of the Other The concept of the “Other” has existed since the very dawn of human civilisation. Although the specific semantics can vary widely, the concept always involves a sense of exclusion of a group due to a perception of difference in identities, however that “identity” is defined. This divisive concept serves to…
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How Sweden Was Saved By Free Markets

A cursory glance at online political discourse in Singapore today will yield a common buzzword: inequality. This word paints a heart-wrenching image of a mass of people left behind in this rapidly digitalising age of global capitalism. Ask any idealistic university undergraduate how this problem can be solved, and the same politically correct answer will…
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