Posted on his Facebook page yesterday (Apr 2), dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong became a full hypocrite saying that “the government of the day” will decide on the fate of his late father’s property 38 Oxley Road:
“I hope that when the time comes to decide on what to do with the house, this report will help the Government of the day to make an informed decision that both respects my father’s wishes and is in the public interest.”
The dictator PM who appointed his own Ministerial Select Committee members, said in his Facebook page that he had “recused” himself from the decision and that he has “accepted” the committee’s report when it was clearly himself who controlled the puppet commitee:
“Speaking as a son, I accept the Committee’s conclusion on what my father’s wishes were regarding the house at 38 Oxley Road, and the range of options it has laid out.”
The committee wrote in it’s report yesterday stating that the last will of Lee Kuan Yew will be denied, with two out of three options listed as preservation of the house.
Lee Hsien Loong does not want the last will of Lee Kuan Yew to be contested in the courts, even though it was a legal document. The dictator PM chose to use state resources to determine the outcome of the last will, by appointing million dollar-salaries Ministers to conduct investigations into past evidences and making legal interpretations.
His younger brother Lee Hsien Yang, sister-in-law Lee Suet Fern and nephew Li Shengwu are currently in self-exile in Hongkong and US. Lee Hsien Loong has earlier accused that the last will was doctored by his younger brother’s family, and that he wanted them investigated by his Attorney General, who was his former private lawyer.