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Lee Kuan Yew Quotes: I wish I can meet my wife in the hereafter, but I don't think I will. I just cease to exist just as she has ceased to exist.
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Lee Kuan Yew Quote: It is essential to rear a generation at the very top of society that has all the qualities needed to lead and give the people the inspiration and the drive to make it succeed. In short, the elite.. Every society tries to produce this type. The British have special schools for them: the gifted and talented are sent to Eton and Harrow.
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Quotes about Lee Kuan Yew: You're talking about Rwanda or Bangladesh, or Cambodia, or the Philippines. They've got democracy, according to Freedom House. But have you got a civilised life to lead? People want economic development first and foremost. The leaders may talk something else. You take a poll of any people. What is it they want? The right to write an editorial as you like? They want homes, medicine, jobs, schools.
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Quote about Lee Kuan Yew: I have decided that we shall make and build and never give way.
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Lee Kuan Yew Sayings: I am ... a realist. The magnitude of what one terms license or civil liberties or personal freedom has got to be adjusted to the circumstances.
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Lee Kuan Yew Saying: The ideas of individual supremacy and the right of free expression, when carried to excess, have not worked. They have made it difficult to keep America society cohesive. Asia can see it is not working.. In America itself, there is widespread crime and violence, old people feel forgotten, families are falling apart. And the media attacks the integrity and character of your leaders with impunity, drags down all those in authority and blames everyone but itself.
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Sayings about Lee Kuan Yew: As you solve one set of problems, new ones appear. That is part of the nature of life.
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Saying about Lee Kuan Yew: Rest on laurels? I wish I could do that. No, you rest when you're dead
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Lee Kuan Yew Quotes: I don't think I made a conscious decision as a career choice. From my school days I had decided, persuaded by my parents, to prepare myself for the law. Then the Japanese occupation came and we went through three and a half years of what I would call the university of life, it was hard, it was harsh.
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