Lee Kuan Yew medallions

Corrupted dictator Lee Hsien Loong lived up to his siblings’ criticisms as “dishonourable son”, by openly selling medallions with his father’s face imprinted on them.

Lee Kuan Yew, when alive, has specifically instructed Singaporeans not to make monuments, statues or even medallions of himself.

The Singapore government defied his will and they are now selling the medallions, named “Singapore Pride”, between S$10 and S$1,888 each. The Singapore Mint is expected to make S$50 million in profits from the sale.

The sale was however quickly suspended after numerous complaints from the public, who wishes to respect Lee Kuan Yew’s wishes.

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is looking to milk the political capital of his deceased father, who died on 23 March 2015, for this year’s General Election. The dictator Prime Minister went into direct confrontations with his younger siblings, who wanted to carried the last will of Lee Kuan Yew, which specifically wanted their family house 38 Oxley Road to be demolished.