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Singaporean Asks Lee Hsien Loong To Apologise To All Singaporeans And To “Resign Immediately”

“Lee Sheng Wu is your nephew. In your Eureka moment you allowed the Attorney General to charge him on a frivolous comment in his personal Facebook page. The whistleblower is reprehensible and the Attorney General diabolical. Your family is now cast asunder and may not mend”, he added. The man also questioned that since Prime Minister Lee was unable to look after his own family, how could he be expected to look after Singaporeans. He said, “Looking at the situation, can Singaporeans expect you to have a happy family? Can we expect you be happy in your office and administer the country well? Can Singaporeans look to you to address their problems when you have so much problems at home and also with your health? Can this be the reason for Singapore’s recent decline?” In a rather bold move Hj Saharudin ended his post as such: Sir, please quit while it is still honorable for you to do so. If you wait, the end it may not be so fortuitous. I urge you to make peace with your family members as soon as possible. I urge you to apologize Singaporeans for the wrongs you have committed in the past. Netizens who commented on the post largely echoed similar sentiments, agreeing with Saharudin. Source : Independent SG Source : FB Please circulate this open letter to the Prime Minister. Dear Prime Minister, In our lives, moral values are the headlights on a dark road. Imbued into us by our parents, they help us care for each other. The moral code guides and inspires us through life empowering us to make correct and wise decisions to earn each other’s respect and trust. Family is a gift and is an integral part of our lives. Through our families’ support, love and understanding it gives us identity and makes us who we are. We are strengthened and we feel safe and secure. As a child grows up, he looks to his family elders – grandparents, parents, uncle and aunts and older siblings for guidance, love, sympathy and even honesty and strength. In the family, morals are enhanced and lessons are leant and often shared. Lee Hsien Yang is your brother and Lim Suet Fen is your sister-in-law. You have differences with them. You needed to sort out your issues. And the issues are basically over your father’s house. They are private and personal problems but you dragged it into Parliament. That was both unnecessary and dishonorable. Further, Hsien Yang and his wife had to flee the country for fear of arrest should they stay. Lee Sheng Wu is your nephew. In your Eureka moment you allowed the Attorney General to charge him on a frivolous comment in his personal Facebook page. The whistleblower is reprehensible and the Attorney General diabolical. Your family is now cast asunder and may not mend. And what of your wife Ho Ching? Has she not counselled you to make the right decisions? Truly, Mr. Prime Minister, you should get better advisors. You see the odium they have brought you and Singapore! I do not care about your family squabble if you are my neighbors EXCEPT you are the Prime Minister of my county. If you can and do behave with impunity towards your family members, how can we expect you to deal civilly towards us the citizens of this county? We have already seen what you have done to Amos Yee and Roy Ngeng. Where were the morals? Hsien Yang accused you of abuse of power. Your action against your nephew Sheng Wu reinforced the accusation. Sheng Wu had said parents tends to overestimate their children and looking at the situation, his grandfather must have done just that. If your father or mother, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kuan Yew are both alive, how ignominious and abysmal they would feel and appear. You have delivered a black eye to them both! Mr. Prime Minister, it is better you resign immediately. If you are unable to look after your family, how do Singaporeans expect you to look after the affairs of the state? If you do not have your family’s respect, how can Singaporeans respect you? Instead of looking up to their Prime Minister, Singaporeans look at you with disdain. Looking at the situation, can Singaporeans expect you to have a happy family? Can we expect you be happy in your office and administer the country well? Can Singaporeans look to you to address their problems when you have so much problems at home and also with your health? Can this be the reason for Singapore’s recent decline? Sir, please quit while it is still honorable for you to do so. If you wait, the end it may not be so fortuitous. I urge you to make peace with your family members as soon as possible. I urge you to apologize Singaporeans for the wrongs you have committed in the past. Hopefully we are a forgiving lot. Thank you. An aggrieved Singaporean

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