The persecuted sister of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has spoken up again warning Singaporeans that her elder brother cannot be trusted:
“On 14 Jun 2017 Yang and I made public our concerns in a Facebook post entitled “What has happened to Lee Kuan Yew’s Values?” We stated that “We do not trust Hsien Loong as a brother or as a leader. We have lost confidence in him.” Events since then have only served to reinforce our view.”
Lee Wei Ling has been trapped living in the Lee family’s estate, 38 Oxley Road, since 2015 when their father Lee Kuan Yew died. Both Lee Wei Ling and the younger brother Lee Hsien Yang wanted to honour their father’s wishes to demolish the estate, but Lee Hsien Loong wanted to turn it into a memorial.
Lee Hsien Loong believed that 38 Oxley Road has political value, that could assist his son Li Hong Yi to take over as Prime Minister. Li Hong Yi is currently the deputy director of the propaganda ministry, Ministry of Information and Communication.
Lee Hsien Yang, shared the status his sister posted – confirming that the Prime Minister has made no effort to reconcile with his siblings. His son, Li Sheng Wu, is currently a fugitive, after Lee Hsien Loong told his attorney general to charge him for contempt of court over a private Facebook post criticising the government.
Lee Hsien Yang’s wife, Lee Suet Fern, is also facing charges for “fabricating” the last will of Lee Kuan Yew – based on accusations from Lee Hsien Loong.
If Lee Hsien Loong stays in power after the July 10 election, the last will of Lee Kuan Yew will be overturned.