Singaporeans relieved to see their Supreme Leader Lee Kuan Yew in pink health
Posted by temasektimes on August 10, 2012
Singaporeans from all ages and walks of life were relieved to see their Supreme Leader Lee Kuan Yew in pink health following a week of tension arising from malicious rumors spread by irresponsible netizens suggesting otherwise.
As Lee strolled into the podium at the National Day Parade yesterday evening, the crowd erupted into cheers as they waved their hands at their Supreme Leader like what the North Koreans did.
Lee has attended the National Day Parade yearly without fail since he founded Singapore in 1965. He is widely regarded as the ‘National Father’ of Singapore like Mao Zedong, Kim IL-Sung and Ho Chi Minh.
Though he has since retired from the cabinet, Lee is still widely believed to be an influential figure in Singapore. There is nothing in Singapore which is not under the control of his ruling PAP including the ‘opposition’ in parliament which has since become its subsidiary party.
Some comments from netizens on Facebook:
“We enjoy everything we have today cause he fought hard for us. Be grateful, people!” – Jasmine Chan
“I am so relief to hear this news that MM Lee is in pink health. When the rumours were passing around my heart was so heavy. I prayed secretly that MM Lee is all well and the rumours maker will be very sad to know our MM is as fit as a bull.” – Esther Kong
“Long Live Our Singapore Founding Father Mr Lee Kuan Yew – I am So Super Happy To See Him at NDP.” – Eric Wong