In his recent telecast speech, corrupted Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong appeared more frail and showing signs of him being more ill-stricken than before – prompting celebrations from Singaporeans on the poor health of the dictator.
First appeared in 2017, the cancerous-looking bump on his right arm today is more visible in the August video and the three-times cancer survivor looked like he wouldn’t be surviving his fourth cancer.
Despite hoarding tens of millions in net worth stolen from CPF funds as the Chairman of GIC and Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong’s health has in recent years been declining. In 2015, the dictator was diagnosed with prostate cancer but much to the dismay of Singaporeans, he survived it. In 2016, Lee Hsien Loong collapsed at the National Day Rally speech, but again, nothing worth celebrating came out of it as the doctors cleared him.
Welding absolute dictatorship power in Singapore, the country’s most powerful man planted his military loyalists in state-owned companies and the government to ensure his premiership is unchallenged. Singaporeans resentful of Lee Hsien Loong’s corruptions can only pin their hope on his death, wishfully believing that the Lee dictatorship will collapse and CPF funds be returned.
With his declining health being a certain, Lee Hsien Loong does not have many years left and it is unlikely he would live to 91 year old like his father Lee Kuan Yew. Unlike Lee Kuan Yew whom Singaporeans credited for transforming the Singapore economy, Lee Hsien Loong is widely hated as a corrupted leader who abused his powers for his own gains.
Under his regime, the CPF interest rate was depressed at 2.5% and withdrawal rules were re-written with the end result being hundreds of thousands of elderly Singaporeans living in abject poverty. Lee Hsien Loong is also notorious for undoing the good work done by his father’s generation, with diplomatic relations with Malaysia and China now at rock bottom.