Tuesday, 14 September 2010


Lee Kuan Yew – "Malaysia could have enjoyed Singapore’s multi-racial system if not for the break up"

by Zaleh =Published on 14-09-2010 11:38 AM=

"Lee Kuan Yew, the founding father of Singapore commented on the racial relations of Malaysia saying that if Singapore and Malaysia did not part ways back in 1965, the latter would have enjoyed the type of nationalism and multi-racism culture that are practised by Singapore. He was speaking at an interview with the New York Times recently where he mentioned that it was being ‘turfed out’ of Malaysia which formed the first regret of his career that spans many decades.”
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Read the contents of the interview with the New York Times by clicking HERE

Lee Kuan Yew is reported to have said:


“Malaysia took the different line; Malaysians saw it as a Malay country, all others are lodgers, ‘orang tumpangan’, and they the Bumiputeras, sons of the soil, run the show. So the Sultans, the Chief Justice and judges, generals, police commissioner, the whole hierarchy is Malay,”

Read more by clicking HERE

Verbum sapienti satis est (verb. sap.)

A word to the wise is sufficient. Enough said

Vincit omnia veritas

Truth conquers all

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