Presenting to you the magnificence of an immortalised affinity, AKA a certain timeless friendship in my life regarding "Singapore Recalcitrant."
Tag: Yoong Siew Wah
"...if he had refrained from extolling ad nauseam the so-called virtues of his late father Lee Kuan Yew and turning the Rally into an electioneering stunt calling for the election of the PAP team in the general election."
Well, the Lim Chin Siong of 1961 turns out to be an incompetent juvenile in the art of demolition compared to the awesome efficiency displayed by the Lee Kuan Yew of 1988.
The original quotations post was getting a bit long, so I've shifted some of the excerpts onto this new post, which features Mr. Yoong's blog excerpts from 2014+.
Mr. Yoong Siew Wah was the Director of Singapore’s Internal Security Department (ISD) from 1971 to 1974. He was Director of the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) in the 1960s, and had a distinguished career in the Singapore Special Branch in the 1950s.