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PM Lee Hsien Loong wore pink shirt to meet gay man in US

Posted on 13 February 2016

This photo has been met with widespread opprobrium from highly religious Singaporeans.


A major crisis has broken out in Singapore causing highly religious Singaporeans to consider denouncing their Singapore citizenship, unplugging from the Internet altogether, going back to barter trade and using stone and bronze tools.

This after they found out that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong went to the US and wore a pink shirt to meet prominent gay man, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook.

This has caused the highly religious people in Singapore who are iPhone users and who support the PAP regime, to come to the realisation that they have been financing the gay lifestyle of Apple’s CEO, having purchased his company’s products, such as the popular iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, Apple tablets and MacBooks and now face the prospect of saluting a prime minister who has come into contact with a homosexual.

Currently, some 70 percent of smartphone users in Singapore uses an Apple iPhone, which is the same percentage of Singaporeans who voted for the PAP regime in the General Election 2015.

Yeshu Aini, a local religious person, said: “My entire life is in disarray. I have all along been an Apple and Lee Hsien Loong fan and bought the iPhone 5 and 6 that were developed under Tim Cook’s charge and voted for the PAP.”

“Therefore, I have been directly contributing to sin by financing it. This has allowed homosexuality to thrive.”

“No wonder this latest 5.5-inch iPhone 6s Plus feels so good in my hands. It is because this is the average length of the male anatomy.”

Local magician Lawrence Khong is expected to take to the pulpit on Sunday to encourage his flock to switch to using pay phones from now on, or even better, denounce technology altogether as a whole to be Satan’s work.






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