20 Nov '11, 2pm

NMP Yee Jenn Jong: no-one wants to be the best loser

NMP Yee Jenn Jong: no-one wants to be the best loser

Gerald Giam has an English book, email him for a copy. Gerald was Deputy Editor of The Online Citizen. I started my blog this year. I joined the party this year so I can’t comment on why they [those three people] left the party. I don’t feel constricted regarding internet. If I disagree, I will speak internally. There is a self-censorship in a way. I joined the party which shares the views I have, so I don’t often find myself disagreeing with the party. People [in your own party] are like colleagues. You need a certain confidence you can work with them. I approached Workers’ Party saying I would like to join up. The rest is history. They did not specifically court me. Your aim when you form a party is to get into parliament. The long term goal is to get into government. You need to start winning elections; just as in business you need customers. You need to start with some...

Full article: http://theonlinecitizen.com/2011/11/nmp-yee-jenn-jong-no-...

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