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It was not Donald Trump who said that, but Lee Kuan Yew

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A video made by the online publication, All Singapore Stuff is going viral. The video shows unsuspecting bystanders in busy Orchard Road being asked 2 questions:

  1. “If I have to shoot 200,000 students to save China from another 100 years of disorder, so be it.”
  2. “I think we were progressing very nicely until the surge of Islam came, and if you asked me for my observations, the other communities have easier integration – friends, inter-marriages and so on – than Muslims.”

Those interviewed by ASS were told that the quotes were from the American Presidential aspirant Donald Trump, and asked for their views on the quotes.
All interviewed felt aghast at the quotes and did not have any good words about it.
When the interviewees were later told that the quotes were not Donald Trump’s but were those of Singapore’s founding Prime Minister, Mr Lee Kuan Yew, they were all stumped.

Watch how Singaporeans on the streets react to Donald Trump's quotes! #MustWatch #DonaldTrump #Priceless #LKY

Posted by All Singapore Stuff on Thursday, 24 March 2016

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