No Country for Old Men

Lee Kuan Yew, the 85-year-old patriarch and minister mentor of Singapore, might have thought he was taking a pleasant eight-day valedictory lap across several Malaysian states last week, but it has turned out to be anything but. On Monday, Lee came under blistering attack by his old adversary, the 84-year-old former prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, who referred to him acidly in his blog, Che Det, as "the great man from the little country" and later called him a "little emperor." The full force of his comments on Lee can be found in his blog

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