Tag Archives: LEE HSIEN LOONG

S’PORE PM LEE HSIEN LOONG COLLAPSES DURING NATIONAL DAY RALLY 2016

During the 2016 National Day Rally, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was speaking half way about the elected Presidency when suddenly his face tensed up and his speech started to slur. After which he appeared to swap to the side before the camera view was taken away from him. Netizens speculated that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong may have suffered a stroke but that cannot be confirmed.

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DR LEE WEILING ATTACKS THE PAP GOVT, CAN HER WORDS BE TRUSTED?

Lee Kuan Yew's daughter Dr Lee Wei Ling have been speaking up vocally against her brother Lee Hsien Loong and the current batch of PAP Ministers and the alternative media like yourself have been trumpeting her lines, heralding her as the new voice of the people. May I caution you that Dr Lee Wei Ling is not to be trusted and you should not be too quick to put her on a soapbox. We should be cautious when Dr Lee Wei Ling supports us, she is a live wire and may turn against us in an instance, blood is afterall thicker than water.

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DR CHEE: PM LEE SHOULD REVEAL HOW MUCH MONEY S’PORE HAS COMITTED WITH 1MDB

A report by the the online newsite Sarawak Report alleges that Malaysian PM Najib has gotten a RM30b injection of funds from a Chinese construction consortium into 1MDB to secretly pay off its debts. The situation seems to be getting messier by the day and PM Lee Hsien Loong would do well to pay attention to the red flags that are screaming “Go Slow!”

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HUMAN RIGHTS NGO URGE PRESIDENT OBAMA TO RAISE HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS WITH PM LEE

As you prepare for the state visit of Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on August 2, 2016, we write to highlight key human rights concerns that we hope you will raise in both public and private with Prime Minister Lee. These include issues of freedom of speech, assembly, and association, and the rights of LGBT people. We provide further detail on these topics in the appendix to this letter.

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LOW INCOME SINGLE MUM DEPRESSED AFTER HDB RENT HIKE, HOPES PM LEE WILL SAVE HER

Yesterday (27/06/2016), I received a telephone call from the HDB Branch Office and I almost had a heart attack when the HDB Officer told me that with effect 1st August 2016 my monthly HDB rental will be increased to $ 322/- which is 200% more increase. Ever since then I became very depressed and couldn't eat or sleep worrying how to make ends meet as I am no longer young and healthy to do overtime everyday.

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NETIZEN: PM LEE & HO CHING TOOK SIA BUSINESS CLASS FOR PRIVATE HOLIDAY TO JAPAN, RESPECT!

Flew back to Singapore from Haneda airport last night. On the same flight in Business Class was PM Lee and Madam Ho Ching who was returning from their private vacation. I pointed out to a French couple sitting next to me in economy that we are taking the same flight as the Singapore Prime Minister. They were quite shocked that our PM is flying commercial. The French gentleman told me that his company Ceo only flew private jet. So I remark that perhaps his company's turnover is bigger than Singapore GDP. He replied was No and that his CEO and company should learn from Singapore.

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LEE WEI LING IS RIGHT, STOP NORTH KOREA STYLE PROPAGANDA!

I read with much amusement, the antics of the wife of our prime ministar regarding how she treats dissent from people whom she (or) her husband is unable to sue. It is indeed very telling, on what kind of character a person possesses which they sometimes unknowingly display much like the spouse of the former PM Goh on the NKF scandal.

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HO CHING SAYS SORRY FOR POSTING PICTURE OF MONKEY’S MIDDLE FINGER

After wading into the nuclear war between Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his younger sister, Dr Lee Wei Ling, Ho Ching has decided to pull herself away from the familee feud. This comes possibly after realizing that her posting a photo of a monkey pointing his middle finger is not the best solution to the acrimonious debate between brother and sister over how best to remember their deceased father, former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew.

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