The persecuted brother of corrupted Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has returned to Singapore, and sent his brother a signal that he may be getting his hands into politics for the first time. PAP-turned-Opposition politician Tan Cheng Bock posted a photo on Facebook of himself and Lee Hsien Yang having breakfast at a hawker centre in West Coast.
It is uncharacteristic of Lee Hsien Yang to take a photo with an opposition politician, as he used to avoid getting involved politically. By going to the media in public, there is a high chance that Lee Hsien Yang may contest in the coming General Elections against his corrupted brother Lee Hsien Loong.
Tan Cheng Bock, a former PAP MP, renegaded against dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong by contesting in the presidential elections in 2011. The PAP-appointed puppet Tony Tan won only by a narrow margin of 0.34%, against Tan Cheng Bock.
Lee Hsien Yang, the younger brother of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, had also openly expressed his dissatisfaction with his brother after the dictator overturned their father’s last will. PM Lee Hsien Loong had earlier abused his premiership powers in Parliament to convene a government “Select Committee” to invalidate former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew’s last will, and even accused his sister-in-law, wife of Lee Hsien Yang, of fabricating the last will. Lee Hsien Yang and his wife had to leave the country quickly after the accusation surfaced, out of fear that the dictator would arrest them on false charges.
Lee Hsien Yang’s son, Li Shengwu, is the worst-hit. The Harvard professor became Lee Hsien Loong’s target, after the Prime Minister instructed his Attorney General friend and former personal lawyer, Lucien Wong, to file contempt of court charges against his nephew. Li Shengwu had earlier made a private Facebook post condemning the Singapore court of corruptions and bending to the will of his uncle’s dictatorship, but the post was screenshot by a government spy which Lee Hsien Loong managed to get a hold of.