In his New Year Day message on Tuesday, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong went full retard waxing lyrical about “Singapore spirit”, “one united people” and “happier home”:
“The Singapore story is the story of ordinary Singaporeans doing extra-ordinary things together. It is your story, my story, and the stories of everyone around us. It is the story of one united people, regardless of race, language and religion, carving out our place in the sun. With this enduring spirit, we will make Singapore a better and happier home for ourselves and for our next generation.”
Scripted by propagandists, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong painted a dreamy picture about young people realizing their potential in the authoritarian island state. The S$2.2 million a year fascist leader took credit of Olympic gold medalist Joseph Schooling and Paralympic gold medalists, Yip Pin Xiu and Theresa Goh, claiming that they are able to achieve their dream in Singapore:
“As he walked out to the pool in Rio that day, he carried the hopes of all of us. We cheered him on, hearts in our mouths, as he swam the Men’s 100m butterfly. When his hand touched the wall, the whole nation roared in celebration! For the first time, Majulah Singapura played at the Olympic Games, and we sang our hearts out. They dared to dream, and were determined to make their dreams come true. They proved, in Joseph’s words, that “even people from the smallest countries in the world can do extraordinary things”.”
However, the Singapore government was not supportive of Joseph Schooling’s training regime, with expensive training sessions in United States paid for by his parents. Joseph Schooling has since gone to United States for training, saying that Singapore’s environment is “impossible to train”.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s town council is currently under investigation for corruption, with the former general manager of the town council arrested. The dictator’s MPs however defended the general manager claiming that the latter was only “double-hatting” for his dual roles as both contractor and customer. There is no comment from PM Lee on the corruption case.