The founding leader of Singapore and graduate of the Fabian Society's London School of Economics (source: 'Human Race Get Off Your Knees' by David Icke) passed away on March 23rd 2015 at 3:18 am.
....And Nothing of Value Was Lost.
As a strongman his tactics were seen by his supporters as necessary to put down gangsters, dangerous political elements seeking to destabilize, and get the country with those closer to the center of the global control spider web in the name of survival.
His legacy has led to a legion of order follower dogs trained to keep their heads down, do what they are told, and carry out actions that serve to benefit those who believe they have the right to control others for a dog bone / paycheck. And with these dogs are their minions, the fleas, who live on the dog's back, with a much shorter lifespan once their usefulness expires.
Making a ton of money has been the goal of the government, and this culture has trickled down to the masses as the cost of living has increased over the decades.
'My big grouse about Singaporeans is that they are so obsessed about
money and getting ahead that they have lost their humanity. They admire success so much that there's no room for
people who don't want to chase all those dreams' - Su-Lin, businesswoman on Yahoo news ( https://sg.news.yahoo.com/lees-authoritarian-legacy-may-fall-short-singapore-081443654.html )
She would know, being one of them whether she likes to admit it or not.
Consider that desperate people are selling tissue paper on the sidewalks of Orchard Road, next to gilded stores of branded goods, in front of tourists from other countries.
History may judge the country more favorably, but the Cosmic Universe will judge this country on its obsession with money at the expense of its soul.