Tag Archives: LKY

STUDENT UNDER-16 YEARS OLD CAUGHT BY POLICE FOR LKY DEATH HOAX

The Singapore Police Force told the media today that they have taken into custody a young, male Singaporean student suspect under 16 years-old to assist in investigations into a hoax media statement about Lee Kuan Yew's death. At 10pm on Wednesday, the SPF received reports about a hoax media statement from the Prime Minister's Office, which alleged that Lee Kuan Yew had died at 5.30pm on 18th March.

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IT WAS LKY’S IDEA TO REPLACE S’POREANS WITH FOREIGNERS 40 YRS AGO

It seems that even 40 years ago, LKY already had the idea of lowering our birth rate so as to help take in more foreign workers on a permanent basis! So, the idea of getting in more foreign workers to replace us is not new. LKY was already thinking about it 40 years ago. Instead of laying the foundation to improve productivity and nurture innovations, he thought of getting in more foreign workers to continuously drive our economy. And to mitigate the increase in foreign worker population in Singapore, he thought of lowering Singaporean birth rate!

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SINGAPOREANS HOLD VIGIL FOR LEE KUAN YEW AT SGH

Several Singaporeans have gone down to the Singapore General Hospital (SGH) to keep a vigil for Singapore's founding Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew. ON 5th February, Mr Lee was warded at Singapore General Hospital with a serious case of pneumonia and was admitted into ICU. On Tuesday, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) said that Lee's condition had worsened. Yesterday, it was announced that he is critically ill.

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WHAT HAPPENS TO SINGAPORE WITHOUT LEE KUAN YEW?

When Mr Lee passes, we will fly our flags at half-mast, world leaders will pen solemn tributes, the press will go into overdrive, yet more books will be written about him, and for 3.9 million people, time will seem to have come to a standstill. We will mourn his passing, and we will celebrate his life; but most importantly, I hope we will be willing to honour him by asking tough questions, making hard choices, and imagining a different Singapore.

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