Lee Kuan Yew: ‘we can integrate all religions and races except Islam’

10484478_333534336805849_4066131387593506673_o-300x2002Lee Kuan Yew wrote in his book Hard Truths to Keep Singapore Going, that Muslim integration in Singapore is failing.

All his political life, Lee Kuan Yew was aware of the need to keep the Muslim population in check. The laws he had passed, the regulations he enforced, were directed in large part to that end.

He knew about Muslim efforts to convert others, and he made sure that any convert had to immediately register with the government, so such efforts could be monitored, and then countered, by the government. A study of all the ways that Lee Kuan Yew dealt with Muslims, and took careful note of, and combatted, their natural aggressiveness and steady machinations, would be instructive for Western leaders, who have the same problem…

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  • He was right.

    • J. C.

      Yep.

    • Dana Garcia

      Pretty much, although I have my doubts about Mexicans in large doses.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Preternaturally so, it would seem.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    “A study of all the ways that Lee Kuan Yew dealt with Muslims, … would be instructive for Western leaders, who have the same problem…”
    And its time to end Muslim immigration. Now.

  • Brett_McS

    I had wondered how Singapore dealt with its Muslims, as they are not a very small percentage of the population – much more than in France, for example. They’ve been largely kept in their box.

    • Censored_often

      …”much more than in France, for example”.

      Wrong, unfortunately… France’s muzz population per capita is very high indeed, hovering around 10% on average throughout the country and very high levels of concentration in many cities and suburbs, for example Marseille in the south.

      • Brett_McS

        From the CIA World Fact Book:

        Singapore population:

        Buddhist 33.9%, Muslim 14.3%, Taoist 11.3%, Catholic 7.1%, Hindu 5.2%, other Christian 11%, other 0.7%, none 16.4%

        • Censored_often

          What I wondered about was your statement that the % population of Singapore is “much more than in France”, as I quoted above. Well, France is hovering around 10% and rapidly growing. I didn’t think a 5% different constituted “much” but, hey, that’s a judgement call I made. I didn’t object to the stat about Singapore, just France. Cheers.

  • winniec

    How can a supremacist organization coexist with others?

  • Alain

    He was a wise man indeed.

  • HRT

    Singapore is 15% Muslim but their Muslims cause very little trouble. That is because the authorities will not tolerate any misbehaviour from them. I know this having lived there for two years.

    I also know that when I was there (1997 – 1999) the Singaporeans would not have Muslims as pilots in their Air Force, as they were concerned a Muslim pilot might turn his weapons on Singapore should the country end up at war with one of its Muslim neighbours. I know this from first hand experience with the RSAF.

    Our progressive destruction is very much self inflicted.

    • Brett_McS

      Indeed. They see themselves as a fifth column; we should treat them as such.

  • cmh

    that’s what makes it islam