Firstly, when searching the Web, writing emails or uploading content, you should use the Tor Browser and Tor Network, and if possible a private VPN. However, if you are an activist or ethical hacker, you will have problems usiing these browsers to try to log into certain domains, and set off red flags with some domains such as Facebook. Proper settings in ther Tor Browser can allow you to surf dangerous websites safely and anonymously, as well as to surf safe websites and allow scripts which the browser otherwise forbids to run.If you have a story to tell about injustices made against you in Singapore, please email us at email@example.com
shall now rebegin to republish and continue our exposition of the
heinous acts which Singapore hides from the public and the world, and
will not be hindered, nor intimidated by the backhanded and corrupt
behaviour of the mean and inhuman government of Singapore. We publish
the stories, your stories, which you are tooo afraid to speak up about
publicly for fear of persecution by your own government. Even the Prime
Minister Lee Hsien is so mean he would put his own Nephew in Prison, so
just think what he would do to you if you spoke against him, you, a
nobody in his eyes, not his even nephew or a relative.
Singapore has a dangerous arrogant bigoted dictator for a prime minister, and a corrupt court system, infiltrated by Freemasonry and with Family Justice Courts influenced and controlledc with grand Bias by the Womens Society and the Women's Charter, which is Biased against Men.
Please be patient as we recreate the lost material and create nw pages, and tell your stories, and publish the news which Singapore blocks from its own people. Singapore can block this website from being seen in Singapore, but they cannot block Facebook, hence, please subscribe to the Human Rights in Singapore Fanpage on facebook to keep updated and prevent the Singaporean Government from blocking your access to information they are hiding from you.
for Activists and Bloggers to Remain Anonymous and Prevent Persecution
from the Singaporean Government