how to contact me – where to find me
You may often see me around on the bus or MRT as I believe in public transport. Do Come up and say hi! That’s the best way to contact me that I know!
email : email@example.com.
Interact by commenting on a post. If you email me with a comment on a post expecting a private response then I am unlikely to reply. This is because my stated aim is to ‘normalise’ democracy. That entails encouraging transparency and helping Singaporeans to speak out and gain confidence in expressing their opinions. Don’t worry if your response is critical or questioning. I will still publish it as ’normalising ’ democracy involves opening out the debate. It also involves resisting the culture of secrecy, avatars and fake Facebook profiles. So if you want a response use the comments function!
Facebook. I have a personal Facebook page KENNETH JEYARETNAM which has now exceeded 5,000 combined friends and page likes so I use https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kenneth-Jeyaretnam-TeamRp/221422957873086
I can still receive message sent to my old Facebook page but I don’t check them regularly. Please don’t be offended if I don’t get back to your FB comment.
By post at: Kenneth Jeyaretnam, The Reform Party,18A Smith Street,Singapore 058932. The office phone is +65 65349641. But bear in mind that the office relies on volunteer staff so leave a message!
And Linked In on http://www.linkedin.com/pub/ken-jeyaretnam/6/b15/116
In the real world. I often attend our weekly Open house sessions held at Smith Street. Check the Party website and Facebook pages for details.
One place you can’t find out about me or what I do, is in the Straits Times and most other Singaporean media. Nor will you see me speaking at forums at NUS and so on. The State institutions have a coordinated policy of blocking me. They are attempting to make me invisible to the public. Do help me thwart them by writing to The Straits Times whenever you can and politely asking why I or The Reform Party never feature. This Saturday was a perfect example. The Straits Times gave a round up of the views of all the opposition parties’ views on The Presidential elections with the exception of the Reform Party. They even printed the opinion of a political wannabee who lost his deposit in GE 2011. Less than 5% of the people have shown any interest in his opinion yet it was favored over ours. Concidentally on Saturday I was attending a National day dinner hosted by The SPP ( Singapore people’s party) in a big group of about 14 Reform Party members. Ours was a vibrant thriving presence compared to the two attendees from WP and SDP and the no show of NSP. Yet our state media act as though we are dormant or dead! Believe me, I am alive and examining the rice bowl daily.