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17 pro gay brands that highly religious S’poreans must avoid or else God will smite them

Posted on 27 November 2015

Using any of these goods and services shows that you are for homosexuality, you heathen.

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An online petition calling on MediaCorp to remove gay icon Adam Lambert from its star-studded Celebrate 2016 countdown show on Dec. 31 to usher in the new year, was started on Wednesday, Nov. 25.

As of Thursday, it has garnered more than 6,500 signatures.

The petition said of Lambert: “Singaporeans can enjoy a good show without their consciences being affronted by lewd acts in the name of entertainment. In addition, a simple online search would reveal that he is well-known for his active promotion of a highly sexualised lifestyle and LGBT rights, both of which are contrary to mainstream Singaporean values.”

However, let’s just hope that the “simple online search” the anti-gay group conducted wasn’t via Google because, lo and behold, that company is one of the leading international homosexual brands in the world today!

Because to combat homosexuality on the global stage, all highly religious Singaporeans need to be aware of these following leading brands found in the secular world.

Using these brands’ goods and services will show that you are pro gay and a heathen.

So beware! The monotheistic God will only allow those who are not tainted to go to Heaven!

 

1. Google

 

2. Android

 

3. KFC

 

4. Coca Cola

 

5. Starbucks Coffee

 

6. Snickers

 

7. Mentos

 

8. Levi’s

 

9. UNIQLO

 

10. Kellogg’s

 

11. Uber

 

12. Rock Band

 

13. Absolut

 

14. Ben & Jerry’s

 

15. Game of Thrones

 

16. MasterCard

 

17. Visa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 











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  • SpeaktruthShowgrace

    Are you putting words in God’s mouth?

  • SpeaktruthShowgrace

    No one is perfect. But it is written “Now repent of your sins and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped away.” Acts 3:19. Then you can be worth in God’s eyes. Not but our works, but by His grace and our change of Heart!

    Please seek to edify and not just say something for the sake of it.

    • SpeaktruthShowgrace

      *not by our works

    • Speakreason

      I think you’re putting words in God’s mouth. i know you mean well. You want people to repent and stuff. But did God say “take your business elsewhere if so-and-so is a homosexual”? Did God call for us to stop listening to music created by openly gay people? Not really, I don’t think so.
      I don’t really want to do this, but if you want to play the bible verse quoting game, here are my moves.

      James 4: 12 There is only one Lawgiver and Judge, the one who is able to save and destroy.But you–who are you to judge your neighbor?
      Galatians 5:14 The entire law is summed up in a single command: “Love your neighbor as yourself.”

      Good day.

    • TruthHurtsButI’mSpeakingIt

      NO ! You are right, thou shall not use the works of the Devil ! As a follower, i must avoid using all of those stated above ! I can’t choose to ignore certain parts of the bible just because its convenient for me to do so, and support some parts of it just because it is convenient for me ! God did not say “take your business elsewhere if so-and-so is a homosexual”, hence i have no rights against the works of others, hence i should just stay away from everything !

  • HAY

    What is wrong with people? Love is love. Well done for supporting equal love!!

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