It wasn’t a straight road to travel.
This after the entire nation of Singapore turned gay on Dec. 31, 2015, mere minutes before the arrival of the new 2016 year, having watched renowned American gay singer Adam Lambert perform live for the Celebrate 2016 countdown show, which was broadcast on national television against the wishes of highly religious Singaporeans.
One Singaporean, Tong Xing Lian, said: “As we can all attest, the highly religious Singaporeans were right. The gay influence on Singapore has resulted in severe outcomes with the arrival of 2016.”
“Our economy is growing at a single digit rate instead of a double digit rate.”
“Family bonds have obviously been torn asunder as rampant homosexuality caused widespread chaos as Singaporeans took turns to come out of the closet.”
“The entire fabric of Singapore society has been destroyed and nothing functions anymore.”
Other homosexual locals said now is the time to try to turn things around.
Another local, Lai Zhuo Ai, said: “I look forward to the day the entire Singapore becomes highly religious.”
“Then we will have triple digit economic growth, rainbows, butterflies and rivers of chocolate flowing through our nation as we reach the pinnacle of our civilisation.”