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A perspicuous view of Singapore’s political history

A perspicuous view of Singapore’s political history

Lee Kuan Yew was an enigmatic and controversial political figure, depending on which of the political spectrum one viewed him. British Colonial rule from Sir Stamford Raffles’s discovery of Singapore in 1819 had been one which can be described as disciplinary patriarchal compared with the inhumane oppressive colonial rule... 

The centenary of the powerful almighty Lee Kuan Yew

The centenary of the powerful almighty Lee Kuan Yew

Perception can be quite illusionary myopic depending from which aspect of the political spectrum you view from. There should not be any misperception of illusion in the current over-disingenuous or flattering vehement efforts to immortalise the centenary commemoration of Lee Kuan Yew as a father figure for his so-called farsighted... 

A pineapple revolution of sorts

A pineapple revolution of sorts

Let me just say that I’m truly humbled and I will honour the trust that Singaporeans have placed in me and respect all the views that they have expressed, including those who did not vote for me.—President-elect Tharman Shanmugaratnam It was not even what Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam was expecting: a landslide nationwide vote... 



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