Tag Archives: LKY

PROCLAMATION OF S’PORE’S INDEPENDENCE BY LKY TO BE AIRED ON 9 AUG

3 years ago, the late prime minister Lee Kuan Yew made a recording of himself reading the Proclamation of Independence for Singapore, in the hopes that the recording could be kept for posterity. This year, on 9th August at 9AM, the recording will be aired across Singapore for the first time. The recording will be played on all local TV and radio channels and at 82 National Day Observance Ceremonies organized by the People's Association's grassroots organizations.

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ELDERLY SINGAPOREAN: I AM LOYAL ONLY TO LKY, NOT THE NEW PAP!

Thank you for publishing this. I have a confession to make, I have live for more than 5 and a half decade here, by birth and by education. I have gone through the days of where our country was still a swamped area. Our kampong days we have had was in a very bad conditions, till late LKY makes the impossible possible.

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AMOS YEE REMANDED 3 WEEKS PENDING REFORMATIVE TRAINING REPORT

Singaporean blogger Amos Yee Pang Sang turned up at the courts today at 9.30AM, flashing the middle finger to reporters who hurried to catch pictures of him. Singaporeans attending the court session today were visibly fewer in number. Only 20 seats were filled, as opposed to the whole gallery and the long snaking queues in the past. Present in the gallery was activist blogger Roy Ngerng. Former bailor Vincent Law whom Yee had accused of molesting him was not present at the hearing.

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AMOS YEE FACES REFORMATIVE TRAINING FOR FAILING TO MEET PROBATION OFFICER

Teenage blogger Amos Yee may be sent for reformative training after he rejected the option of probation. Yee returned to the state courts again today for an urgent hearing after his probation officer filed a report to the court explaining Yee's refusal to accept the terms of probation. The court heard Yee refused to take down the offending video and blog post about Lee Kuan Yew even though court judge Jasvender Kaur had informed him and his lawyers about this requirement during the previous trial meeting. He had also refused to meet with his probation officer after he told her he did not want to undergo probation.

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VOTING IN A WEAK PRIME MINISTER IS A BETRAYAL TO SINGAPORE

Under LKY and especially under GCT, we were on way to being a 1st world society, one that is prosperous, graceful, educated and of course cultured. Will you consider our current PM to be weak? He see himself, it seems, as some sort of successes at establishing Singapore as a regional leader (although this is debatable, since both President of China and US visited our neighbours but not us)

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GOVERNMENT WILL USE THE LAW TO PROTECT LKY’S NAME AND IMAGE

According to Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Lawrence Wong, the Government will not hesitate to use the law to protect the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew's name and image from commercial use and exploitation. He was speaking to reporters on Saturday about concerns from the public that companies or individuals would try to profit off the LKY name and image since his death.

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LAWYERS ARGUE OVER AMOS YEE’S INTENTIONS IN COURT

The verdict on teenage blogger Amos Yee’s criminal case will be delivered on Tuesday, after prosecutors and defence lawyers today (May 8) argued about the teenager’s primary intention in creating the video, which has landed him in hot water, and whether an image he had uploaded had crossed the threshold for the test of obscenity. Amos, 16, faces two charges for posting an obscene image featuring late former leaders — former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher — and a video intended to hurt the religious feelings of Christians.

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HONG KONG PEOPLE LOVE LKY’S HOUSING POLICY

Whilst Lee has retired for many years, the credit for Singapore’s achievements today should still go to him and the first generation of Singaporean political leaders. In recent years, many Hong Kong citizens like to compare Hong Kong with Singapore, because they find their country lagging behind of Singapore in many areas, and are therefore unsatisfied.

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