MM Lee: Chinese not interested in democracy

Date: Sun, 15 Nov 2009 18:05:41 -0800 (PST)
Local: Mon, Nov 16 2009 10:05 am
Subject: Re: MM Lee: Chinese not interested in democracy

On Nov 15, 6:53 pm, Teshan wrote:

> On Nov 15, 5:48 pm, "truth" wrote:

> > Singaporeans are not interested in Lee Kuan Yew anymore.
> > He is history. He has way exceeded his used by date.
> > He is more suitable for the dustbin of history.

> > "RichAsianKid" wrote in message

> >news:hdniuh$96f$1@news.eternal-september.org...

> > > Deeper question is why should anyone value mediocrity.

> > > Don't say it's merely some practical device...:)

> I am glad the great leader spoke out on behalf of 1.3B Chinese who are
> incapable of speaking for themselves. Finally they have a voice to
> rely on.

One can also say he is glad that the great leader could serve as the
eyes
ears of the westerners who were brainwashed by their so called "free
press."

Sorry to inform you this kind of comment does not add to the
discussion. If you
think MM Lee is mistaken, you should just say so and present some
evidence to
support your view.

Siansian:
China indeed does not need democracy for only as long as the CCP is
doing a good jobs like what they have been doing thus far. CCP must
continue their effort to eliminate corruption by those who corrupt by
abusing the Authority of CCP Governance, otherwise, the wave of
democracy will surely be the next force to overthorw the regimes. CCP
must also continue to address the problem of widening income gaps. I
have strong belief, China will do much better than Singapore,

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