Top 20 quotes from the 6 pages published by Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling:
1. We are disturbed by the character, conduct, motives and leadership of our brother, Lee Hsien Loong, Singapore’s current prime minister and the role of his wife, Ho Ching.
2. We have felt threatened by Hsien Loong’s misuse of his position and influence over the Singapore government and its agencies to drive his personal agenda.
3. We are concerned that the system has few checks and balances to prevent the abuse of government.
4. We feel big brother omnipresent.
5. We fear the use of the organs of state against us.
6. Hsien Loong is prepared to act against us to advance his personal agenda.
7. We do not trust Hsien Loong and have lost confidence in him.
8. Hsien Loong is driven by a desire for power and personal popularity.
9. While Ho Ching holds no elected or official position in government, her influence is pervasive, and extends well beyond her job purview.
10. What has been distressing are the lengths to which Hsien Loong and Ho Ching have gone and are willing to go to get what they want.
11. Hsien Loong threatened us and demanded our silence.
12. Hsien Loong’s then personal lawyer, Lucien Wong was made Singapore’s Attorney-General in January 2017.
13. We were shocked to see that Hsien Loong had used his position as Prime Minister to obtain a copy of the Deed of Gift from Minister Lawrence Wong, which Hsien Loong then passed to his personal lawyer to advance his personal agenda.
14. Minister Lawrence Wong wrote to inform us that a Ministerial Committee had been set up to consider options with respect to 38 Oxley Road and their implications.
15. This directly contradicted Hsien Loong’s statement in Parliament in April 2015 that there was no need for the Government to take a decision.
16. Hsien Loong, despite his undertakings to recuse himself, proceeded to make extensive representations to the Committee.
17. He is conflicted.
18. His political power is related to being Lee Kuan Yew’s son.
19. He also sits in a direct position of power over the Committee comprised of his subordinate ministers, thus wielding considerable influence for any outcome he desires.
20. Hsien Loong play on words is not only dishonest, but nonsensical.