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The bitter Lee Family Feud continues. This time, Lee Hsien Yang has put up another Leekileak accusing Big Bro, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, of misleading their father Lee Kuan Yew. Lee Hsien Yang shared an email, supposedly written by Lee Kuan Yew to PM Lee and his wife, Ho Ching, discussing the status of the 38 Oxley Road house. In that email dated 3 Oct 2011, LKY told Ho Ching that “Loong...

THE WORKERS’ PARTY: The Workers’ Party believes the crux of the family issues surrounding 38 Oxley Road is for the family to resolve privately or in Court. We are only concerned with the allegations of abuse of power and the harm these have caused to confidence in Singapore and our political institutions. WP MPs have filed the following parliamentary questions to help clear the air on...

Rasul Dahri has been found to have promoted extremist religious views in 9 of his books. The unregistered religious teacher who is a Singaporean has had those books banned under the Undesirable Publications Act – meaning that it is an offence to distribute or own the books. Those who have copies of Rasul Dahri’s books must hand them over to the police. The Ministry of Communications and Information...

AETOS policeman Muhammad Khairul Mohamed was already radicalised when he joined the auxiliary police service. Still, AETOS recruiters couldn’t detect this and gave him the green light to sign on. The Home Affairs Ministry said that Muhd Khairul was already radicalised back in 2012, and he was making plans to travel to Syria to join the Free Syrian Army (pictured above) to kill Shi’ite Muslims...

Two AETOS policemen have been arrested under the Internal Security Act for terrorism-related offences, with one of them planning to join Syrian rebel forces to fight the Syrian government. The Home Affairs Ministry revealed that the duo, 24-year-old Muhammad Khairul Mohamed and 36-year-old Mohamad Rizal Wahid were caught last month. Muhd Khairul was working as an outrider at the Woodlands checkpoint,...

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has apologised for the harm done to Singapore’s reputation after his bitter family feud went public. PM Lee and his younger siblings Dr Lee Wei Ling and Lee Hsien Yang have been attacking each other on Facebook for the past week, over the legacy of their father Lee Kuan Yew. The feud has started to become a public spectacle which has shocked Singapore. This, especially...

“We believe we have been spied on. We think that the government intends to make us feel unsafe. A few of the attacks that we have had to face in private are now public – false accusations, character assassinations, the entire machinery of the Singapore press thrown against us. We have spent much of our time since Lee Kuan Yew’s passing defending ourselves from the apparatus of government.” That...

Terin Neo booked a Grab Hitch ride last Tuesday (13 Jun) at around 1am. The booking proceeded smoothly, but hit a snag when the Grab driver found out that the ride Terin booked was for a guy and not a lady. That’s when he cancelled the booking. Said Terin: “Take care ladies out there! This Grab driver have some serious problem. Be extra cautious of this driver. He asked if I’m a...

Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam has announced that the government will enact new laws to outlaw fake news. The laws are likely to come into effect next year, while consultation with stakeholders with start in the second half of this year. (READ: State Media Warns Against Fake News, then White-Washes Law Minister’s Flippant AMKTC Remarks) The new laws, said Mr Shanmugam, are aimed at outlawing...

Lee Hsien Yang has come out with more Leekileaks to rebut allegations made by his brother PM Lee Hsien Loong in his 4000-word statutory declaration. Regarding the suspicious circumstances in which LKY’s final will was signed, whereby the Demolition Clause which was absent in LKY’s prior 2 wills but inserted in the final one, Lee Hsien Yang said that it was on LKY’s orders that this...

Lee Hsien Yang believes he has forced the hand of DPM Teo Chee Hean, such that our deputy prime minister has finally revealed who sits on the so-called “secret” ministerial committee which is looking into the administration of the late Lee Kuan Yew’s 38 Oxley Road home. This comes after DPM Teo let on today that he chairs the committee, which comprises Cabinet ministers responsible for heritage,...

A Singaporean man was detained at City Square shopping mall in Johor Bahru on suspicion that he had filmed women using the toilet. The incident reportedly took place on Wednesday. The man is said to have hidden in the toilet from 11am to 5pm in his bid to film women in compromising positions. The alleged toilet voyeur from across the Causeway was subsequently caught by AEON Credit staff. At the time,...

Reform Party chief Kenneth Jeyaretnam has penned an open letter to Dr Lee Wei Ling and Lee Hsien Yang – the Lee siblings who are currently engaged in a tussle with Big Bro PM Lee Hsien Loong over their father LKY’s 38 Oxley Road house. The feud has spawned allegations by Dr Lee and Lee Hsien Yang regarding PM Lee’s alleged abuse of power and nepotism. PM Lee has denied the allegations...

Lee Wei Ling has leaked email correspondences showing how Lee Suet Fern, the wife of her brother Lee Hsien Yang, helped her obtain her inheritance. According to the emails, she did this by playing peacemaker and brokering a deal with Dr Lee’s father, Lee Kuan Yew, on her behalf because the father-daughter relationship was strained (to the point where there was uncertainty if Dr Lee would attend...