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Next Chinese New Year reunion dinner an awkward one for Lee family

Next Chinese New Year reunion dinner an awkward one for Lee family

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Dicey.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who can see into the future and grasp the effects of the here and now then, have come out to predict that the next reunion dinner for the Lee family will be an awkward one.

This after members of the Lee family had been having a go at one another the past week or so, rendering future face-to-face meetings slightly more difficult to handle.

One Singaporean, Jin Gan Kor, said: “I wonder how much ang bao will be given to the nieces and nephew?”

“And what about the steamboat dinner? Must still share one pot? Or must sit in same venue but one in living room and one in kitchen?”

“And if one of them bring one plate of the food from one steamboat to the other, will that person be accused of theft?”

“The logistics must be difficult.”

Other locals said family problems are the worst as Singapore is a society that upholds communitarian values, where community and family above self is the norm, or else, it is hard to face the electorate to explain why infighting is happening in one’s own backyard and election results are affected.

Another local, Da Jia Ting, said: “I don’t see Tharman’s siblings fighting with him publicly.”

 

 





PM Lee must apologise to Lee Kuan Yew, not S’poreans

PM Lee must apologise to Lee Kuan Yew, not S’poreans

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Singaporeans must then apologise to Lee Kuan Yew.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who recognise the issue at hand at once, have asked Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to apologise to his father, the late Lee Kuan Yew.

This after PM Lee made a video to apologise to Singaporeans for causing them to feel sad due to the publicising of the Lee family’s household problems.

One Singaporean, Dui Bu Qi, said: “PM Lee must make video and apologise to Lee Kuan Yew instead. At the end of the day, it is Lee Kuan Yew who is being let down by the Lee family.”

“Singaporeans are not important in this equation.”

“Lee Kuan Yew did not found a country just to be let down.”

Other locals said PM Lee has a greater duty after apologising to his father.

Another local, Gui Xia Lai, said: “PM Lee must then ask Singaporeans to apologise to Lee Kuan Yew. Then that would be the right thing to do.”

“Singaporeans as a whole has let Lee Kuan Yew down. Not only have we not lived up to expectations, we are a national disgrace.”

 

 





Unifying figure President Tony Tan to unify Lee family

Unifying figure President Tony Tan to unify Lee family

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Only he can do it with his unifying prowess.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who are looking for someone to put the Lee family back together again, are looking to President Tony Tan.

This after President Tony Tan won the 2011 election based on the premise he can unify Singaporeans.

One Singaporean, Yi Qi Lai, said: “This is the time for President Tony Tan to shine. Only he can use his unifying prowess to unite the Lee family once again.”

“There is no other charismatic leader who can do likewise.”

“We look forward to his candour and presence of mind.”

Other locals said President Tony Tan can do more.

Another local, Tia Sak, said: “If there is one way to end this feud, it would be President Tony Tan personally using his hands to tear down the 38 Oxley Road house.”

“Then nobody will dare to mess around anymore.”

 

 





Lee family urged to continue as S’pore big enough to accommodate petty feud

Lee family urged to continue as S’pore big enough to accommodate petty feud

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Go on, no biggie.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who understand things logically and can see through the smoke, are urging the Lee family to continue with their petty family feud.

This after Singaporeans agree wholeheartedly when told by PAP ministers that Singapore is bigger than a petty family feud.

Singaporeans said they agree the Lee family can continue with their petty family feud as Singapore has already grown big enough to accommodate this kind of small-minded thing without consequence.

One Singaporean, Pah Kah Luan, said: “Going forward, I want to see some court room action, and hopefully, fisticuffs.”

“Singapore as a country has matured and progressed so much over the last five decades to the point we can absorb petty family feuds like what we are seeing now.”

“This is in full agreement with PAP ministers who said Singapore is bigger than a family feud, and indeed, Singapore is.”

Other locals said to test whether Singapore is really big enough, the feud should be widened to drag in other PAP ministers.

Another local, Hor Yee See, said: “This way, Singapore can be made bigger as more individuals get involved.”

“And then all these petty feuds can one by one be subsumed under Singapore, which is bigger than these pointless fights put together.”

“A true First World Nation.”

 

 





S’poreans from all walks of life claim responsibility for Lee family quarrel

S’poreans from all walks of life claim responsibility for Lee family quarrel

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If Singapore didn’t exist, there wouldn’t have been Lee family problems.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe it is the responsibility of those to take responsibility, have stepped up to take responsibility.

This after thousands of Singaporeans claim responsibility for causing the Lee family to fight amongst themselves and having strained relations.

One Singaporean, Wo De Cuo, said: “If the Lee family didn’t have to run a country full of Singaporeans, they would have lived happily ever after.”

“The toll of being in charge of Singaporeans must have been immense. If they didn’t have to meddle in everyone’s lives and acting as the government, they would be sitting somewhere retiring and enjoying life and not have to deal with all these man-made bullshit.”

Other locals said Singaporeans cannot blame their leaders as there will be no leaders without followers, so it is the followers who are wrong in the first place.

Another local, Qu Zi Sha, said: “It is my fault. I should not have been a Singaporean. If there were no Singapore, there would be no Singaporeans and no problems.”

“I have personally caused so much pain and anguish for the Lee family.”

“I must repent by committing hara kiri.”

“I hope Khaw Boon Wan can join me.”

 

 





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