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    1. This is ultimately a conversation about “what is” vs “what should be”. πŸ™‚
      People who impose their “what should be” on others seem to be messing up with their own “what is”.

  1. Wise response, PM πŸ‘ This journalist should first look at his own backyard before he talks about, let alone condescends, other countries. Talk is cheap. And this chap is just chattering away…

    1. Thank you for your comment! πŸ™‚
      Sometimes I wonder if the interviewer is being irritating on purpose…just to get PM Lee to trip up. I mean, PM Lee has to tread with caution for certain sensitive issues (such as gay rights and China’s relationship) and this interviewer can be seen as pushing it, man.

  2. It is one thing to resist hegemony but another to use the idea of “tradition” to disenfranchise certain people. That tradition is more often than not internalised laws and practices of the old west anyway.

  3. The interviewer is known for his ‘hard talks’. It is his job. It does well when he’s tackling the hypocrites.

  4. When you ask a question about trading human rights with something, it shows that human rights can be traded? Really? Who ask the question, a British?

  5. Well said Mr Prime Minister; we applaud you on your wise commentsπŸ€—πŸ€— Majullah Singapura!

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