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Detained and deported.

I have been a resident of Tanjong-Pagar-Radin-Mas for more than 2 decades and I wrote in for the first time to my MPs, two week ago on 20 Jun 2017.

After being coerced into publishing things that I didn't want to, I was warned not to post on social media anymore.
I didn't respond to media or post on my own social media since 21 March 2017 despite all sorts of allegations being made against me.
I didn't react because I was afraid of the use of the organs of state against not just me, but the people around me as well.

In Feb 2017, I was invited to Manila, Philippines to attend the ASEAN people’s forum committee meeting.
In early May 2017, I was invited to Bangkok, Thailand to assist a research on freedom of expression and freedom of assembly.
In late May 2017, I was also invited to Taipei, Taiwan to attend an East Asia event on human rights.

Three weeks ago, I was invited overseas again and my flight was on 18 June 2017.
However, I was detained at the airport for more than 4 hours and the police refused to say why I was detained or why am I being blacklisted.

The Malaysian immigration said that I am a “national threat” that will affect “bilateral relationship”:
The Malaysian police later notified members of the legal teams of Amnesty International and Suaram – a Malaysian human rights organisation – that I was deported under section 8(3)(k) of the Immigration Act:

On 14 March 2017, Singapore’s Minister for Home Affairs & Minister for Law assassinated my character on his Facebook:
Singapore’s Minister for Home Affairs & Minister for Law said that I should raise issues to the authority instead of on social media.

However, every time I tried to raise issues to the authority, there is no reply at all, not even an acknowledgement.
This is the same situation for the defamation suit in Apr 2013, the transcript for the 2 criminal charges in Nov 2015 and the 6 charges of contempt of court in Feb 2017 etc:

The Singapore government has never once responded to us, until we seek help from human rights organisations and post on social media about how the Singapore government's “use of the organs of state against” innocent Singaporeans.
The Singapore government's “use of the organs of state against” innocent Singaporeans has instilled a strong sense of fear that has resulted to high self-censorship in Singapore, as attested by both siblings of the Singapore prime minister:

Among the list of six members of parliament includes Singapore’s Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Finance & Ministry of Law Indranee Rajah, who was supposed to represent residents of Tanjong Pagar GRC, the estate that I’m living in, in Singapore.
On 24 June 2017, Singapore’s Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Finance & Ministry of Law posted on facebook that it is important to “identify” who are the ones being involved in making decisions or taking action:

Hypocritically, they did not identify who are the ones from the Singapore government who demanded for me to be deported, neither did they deny but simply ignore the entire issue.
There is no transparency and accountability in the Singapore system as the government is often acting in secret, as attested by the brother of Singapore’s Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Yang:

If the Singapore government is not held accountable for demanding for my deportation, they can do so to other Singaporeans in the future as well.
If Singapore’s Prime minister “can misuse his official power to abuse his siblings who can fight back, what else can he do to ordinary citizens”, as attested by the sister of Singapore’s Prime Minister, Lee Wei Ling.

Additional information:

On 16 March 2017, Singapore’s police force posted that family members of inmates are invited to view CCTVs of what happen in prison:
Yet the government refused to show the CCTVs of the inhumane treatment of inmates, especially during my solidarity confinement at both the Singapore High Court and Singapore State Court cells:

Singapore’s Minister for Home Affairs & Minister for Law also targets individual citizens, such as:
1. NUS Associate Dean Donald Low
2. NUS Adjunct Professor Lee Wei Ling
On 15 Aug 2016:
And 18 Jun 2017: