Singaporeans will have to go out to vote on 10 July when they would have preferred to stay safe from the risk of getting COVID-19. Almost three months after lockdown began, new cases still remain stubbornly in the three-digit range, a result of the PAP’s poor handling of the pandemic. The resulting economic damage could have been avoided.Read More »
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GE2020: Lee Hsien Yang Says You Can Love Singapore And Yet Not Vote For PAP
First, he said that the PAP has lost its way. He said that the current government is distinctly different from when LKY was PM and subsequently MM. Second, he said that it is possible to be a loyal Singaporean, to be proud of our past accomplishments, to love Singapore and yet to not vote PAP.Read More »
GE2020: Lee Hsien Yang Has Joined PSP As A Party Member, Will He Stand In The Coming Elections?
Lee Hsien Yang - the son of the late Lee Kuan Yew, and brother of the current Prime Minister, will has just joined the opposition Progress Singapore Party as a member. This was announced early this morning at the Tiong Bahru market by PSP Sec Gen Dr Tan Cheng Bock, who also handed Mr Lee his member card at the same time.Read More »
WHY IS THE GOVT SO KEEN TO HAVE A SECRET COMMITTEE FOR OXLEY ROAD?
Mr Lee Kuan Yew wanted Dr Lee Wei Ling to stay in the house as long as she wanted. The Government has publicly stated that it will respect those wishes and does not intend to do anything until Dr Lee leaves. Letting the house stand for now does not go against those wishes. Mr Lee Hsien Yang has said Dr Lee does not want to move out and she has every intention of living a long life. That being the case, the matter may well not need to be decided for another 20-30 years. It can be decided by a future government. So there is nothing for the Government to decide now” – why not throw this question back to the Government? Why the urgency to set up a ministerial committee in July last year? With regard to “The real question therefore is why Mr Lee Hsien Yang is asking for an immediate commitment on demolition now. What is the urgency? Until and unless Dr Lee moves out, there is nothing for the Government to decide. It is also a principle that the current government will not be able to bind a future government””. “In response, Mr Lee Hsien Yang said: “We have never asked the Government to allow us to demolish the house now, only after Wei Ling’s departure.” He also questioned again why the “secret committee” on the house was formed in 2016.Read More »
DID THE LEE FAMILY FEUD DISCOURAGE THEIR 3RD GENERATION SONS FROM POLITICS?
The Lee family feud seems to have made the third-generation Lees determined not to go into politics. In a Facebook post, Lee Hsien Yang's son, Li Shengwu, believes the country should be "bigger than one family" instead of being run like a dynasty. Interesting enough, he said: "Today we are going to learn a lot about the country of my birth. We are going to learn whether (as I hope) the ruling party is still full of men and women of quality and strong character, or whether it is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it!" Earlier, LHL's son Li Hongyi also said he's really not interested in politics. Is this the end of the Lee Dynasty?Read More »