The only way for change will come is for him to leave the scene and "move on" hehehe.
Sep 23, 2008
No presciption needed: MM
By Li Xueying
IN GOVERNING Singapore, Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew sees no need to follow anyone's prescription on democracy.
Instead, his focus is on what works.
Speaking last Sunday on the CNN programme Global Public Square, Mr Lee said his goal is to keep Singapore a first-world oasis in a third-world situation.
But he also noted the criticisms that Mr Lee had exercised too tight a control over the country, leading to 'too domineering and coercive a state'.
Mr Lee, Singapore's first Prime Minister from 1959 to 1990, replied that Singaporeans can choose which government they want to have through the vote.
'Nobody has ever alleged any chicanery - no bribery, no coercion, no nothing. We have never won less than... two-thirds of the vote,' he said.
The broken record keeps spinning the same old tune and raionale. Like a koyok street peddler who sells dated medicine laced with dunno what ingredients inside... laced with maybe even melamine! But only there is no AVA to regulate and check his products. (oops AVA also lousy example.. hehehe)
Only last year i remember him talking about the nation entering a Golden Period. See? So much for his alleged wisdom hahaha.