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Lee Kuan Yew, was the first Prime Minister and the founder of modern day Singapore. Within 30 years he converted it from a swampy, poverty-stricken area of Malaysia consisting of 284 square miles and a hodgepodge of poverty stricken multicultural people and languages, into an economic power house in Asia; a country with one of the strongest economies in the world, populated by a closely united people possessed of intense national pride, that continues to be one of the most crime free, prosperous and pleasant places to live in the world.


Mr. Yew issued two major warnings to his countrymen. The first concerned the danger posed by its larger, more poverty stricken and backwards nation-neighbors which he illustrated by describing Singapore as,  “a mansion surrounded by squatters” awaiting an opportunity to ransack and ruin the mansion. His second warning was that, “one freak election,” would “result in ruining Singapore.”


Lee Kuan Yew’s warnings to his country are applicable to our country. The exceptions being first, that our “squatters” (our government and other institutions), are already in the top levels of our “mansion” (our nation) and well into the process of ransacking and ruining it from the top down.  As to “freak elections,” these are already a matter of videoed documentary here, and as an obvious part of the present Marxist-minded regime’s agenda, can be expected to get even more freakier and fraudulent. (Nevertheless and in spite of which, people need to vote).


There are a lot of similarities between Singapore and the United States in terms of its history and the philosophy of government that enabled them to become what they became (Watch on YouTube: Lee Kuan Yew: in His own Words). The warnings given to them, are the same warnings needed by us. We are now living with the consequences of our ignoring these warnings.


Our “barn door” has not only been opened, but almost completely unhinged by miscreants from within, and our “tube” has had much of its “toothpaste” (Constitutional safeguards and national character) irretrievably pushed out.  Without divine intervention, we simply can’t retain what we have left or regain what we’ve already lost. Such divine intervention depends upon people qualified, willing and courageous enough to meet the prerequisites and claim  the promise of 2 Chronicles 7:14:


If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”



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