Lee Kuan Yew: Tying Up Loose Ends…

(Lee Kuan Yew) The man has been laid to rest. But the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s legacy lives on. Even before his passing, he made sure to tie up loose ends.

Lee Kuan Yew

While he was defiant and strong-headed in many ways, the late Mr Lee was not one to keep a record of wrongs and hold a grudge.

Take a look at what this netizen said:

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  • LKY is a controversial politician. He has contributed, in many ways, to the development of Singapore. But, he was utterly blunt in his expression of view of the society which has, without a doubt, offended some of the international community especially those who campaigned for democracy.

    He has never a populist but he is a honourable person who has gained respect and support of the people. Particularly, those pionners who have lived through the tough era of Singapore.

    I never like this “ironman” and to a certain extent, I feel that his style of running this country is too “out-dated”. Maybe I am born in an era where I do not need to worry about having shelter over my head or water being cut off while washing my hands.

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