Ladies and Gentlemen,
I was aghast to read the story about former British politician and government adviser, Baroness Shriti Vadera, joining one party state Singapore's Tumasek as advisor, Telegraph.co.uk, July 04, 2010, "Baroness Vadera advises Singaporean wealth fund Tumasek".
Surely this is a most unwise decision. The world knows Singapore as a one party state, run by Lee Kuan Yew and his family members who misuse the law for their political ends, routinely sending critics to jail for seemingly normal everyday actions like peaceful protests, controlling the press and in every which way denying democracy to the island to perpetuate their rule.
Lady Vadera, not just for being a prominent British citizen, which alone would demand that she defends her country's honor not to associate with tin pot dictatorships such as this; but particularly so because she was a former British politician and even though no longer one today, her actions internationally has a very real effect of tarnishing the good name of Britain.
Her willingness to work with a country such as Singapore well known as a island not far better than repressive Burma, hurts not only her reputation but also that of her country Britain. For instance if Adolf Hitler was around today, would she be willing to work for him and would that not be a terrible shame on Great Britain.
Lady Vadera should refuse to have anything to do with an island such as this, a one party state run by a tin pot dictator Lee Kuan Yew and his son. She should refuse, even if not for herself, at least for the honor of Great Britain, a country I am very proud of.
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