A society’s “competitive edge” is marked by its ability to think for itself, not by a censor’s arbitrary scissors. I am responsible for my morals and values, not the censor. If I’m not the best judge of what is “appropriate” for me, what makes the censors think they are better? And why do they claim they are “protecting” us, when they are harming Singapore’s development into a global city—and assaulting my right to judge for myself? It’s time to say thanks but no thanks to censorship. It’s time to let me decide.

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