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No highly religious S’porean condemn 6 City Harvest Church leaders for going to jail

Posted on 09 April 2017

Not one.


No highly religious person in Singapore has come out to publicly denounce the six City Harvest Church leaders for doing wrong things and ending up in jail.

This point was noted by Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like to observe when do highly religious people who like to dabble in other people’s business come out to make claims.

One Singaporean, Boh Pa Keh, said: “It is nice to see the highly religious Singaporeans not reacting to the successful conviction and imprisonment of the six City Harvest Church leaders, despite being all about doing the right thing in the name of traditional values.”

“Almost seems like they are withholding judgement, but in reality we know they just have highly fluid standards.”

This point was confirmed by one highly religious Singaporean.

One highly religious Singaporean, Qu Jiao Tang, said: “As long as we can pick and choose what to condemn, this will give us the moral high ground and continue to ride along on our moral high horse.”

“Our inconsistency will make it so easy for right-minded people to fault us that they wouldn’t even bother to do so over time.”

“And as long as it is not gay, it’s okay.”







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  • Xian Lian Zeng

    Dr Samuel Johnson said : God himself, Sir, does not propose to judge man until the end of his days.
    He also said: Clear your mind of cant.
    Can? Cannot?

  • Yap Kim Hao

    The leaders of our conservative religious communities do not know what to say which is politically correct. Be safe and be silent. They left it to the political leadership to raise the question of morality and justice.