The one thing that is common among Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew's son Lee Hsien Loong, Bashar al Assad of Syria who is just about to be toppled and North Korea's Kim Jong Un is this; they are all the son's of their fathers and it is that qualification alone that put them where they are.
Lee's son, had it not been for the fact of his father, he would probably have been working as a bank teller in one of
His father sent him to an English university where he obtained some sort of a degree. Upon his return he promptly was made a General in the Singapore army, immediately thereafter made to stand for elections with orders to the others that he must be allowed to win, under pain of defamation lawsuits and immediately thereafter made Prime Minister whether anyone liked it or not.
Today he goes around making speeches to his Singaporeans and governs over his one party state, devoid of any free speech, expression, right of protests and with a state controlled press and media. To top it all, he has beside him the police force and a suppliant judiciary who are waiting for orders to imprison, impoverish and bankrupt anyone whom he wants destroyed.
Let's turn to Bashar al Assad of
The case of Kim Jong Un is no different. You see the same pattern. Being the son of his father Kim Jong Il happens to have privileges. In his case, it was a Swiss education and thereafter upon his father’s death President of North Korea.
The other thing which is similar in all these cases is this. None of their subjects have any respect for them. In
And then you the masses of Chinese immigrants who are brought in from the rural parts of
It is funny really to look at
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