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

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

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Not one.

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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.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





S’pore prisoners request extending jail terms just to meet Serina Wee

S’pore prisoners request extending jail terms just to meet Serina Wee

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They no longer want to leave.

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Thousands of prisoners from all walks of life currently locked up in jail in Singapore, have handwritten and submitted appeals asking to extend their prison terms.

This after they learnt that Serina Wee, The Goddess Of Nectar And All Things Divine, will be going to jail soon and those inmates already serving time do not wish to leave and miss the opportunity to meet her.

One inmate, Orh Tao Png, said: “I am a prisoner who deserves to serve my full sentence instead of being released early.”

“Getting to be in the same facility as Serina Wee beats being free to roam in polite society again.”

“In fact, nothing beats being in the same place as Serina Wee.”

Other prisoners said Serina Wee’s presence might be an issue.

Another prisoner, Koon Tor Kah, said: “One moment us prisoners are locked up here thinking about our mistakes, rehabilitating and atoning, the next moment it suddenly feels like whatever wrong we did was justified and fated because Serina Wee shows up.”

“And then next time before we know it, all the guards here all want to work overtime.”

“And then those families who never bothered to visit their kin in jail also start showing up.”

“This is domino effect.”

“Praise be unto thee.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





S’poreans file appeal for Sun Ho to take Serina Wee’s place in jail

S’poreans file appeal for Sun Ho to take Serina Wee’s place in jail

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They deem Sun Ho’s lack of punishment as manifestly inadequate.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who can recognise right from wrong easily without difficulty, have filed an appeal on behalf of Serina Wee.

This after Serina Wee and five other convicted leaders of City Harvest Church are going to jail.

The appeal the millions of Singaporeans collectively filed together on behalf of Serina Wee, proposed that Sun Ho replaced The Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine in prison instead, where she was sentenced to 3 years 6 months’ imprisonment.

One Singaporean, Qing Chu, who can see things clearly, said: “For Sun Ho to get away scot-free is manifestly inadequate.”

“Serina Wee wouldn’t have to go to prison if Sun Ho did not have pop idol fantasies in the first place.”

Other Singaporeans said an appeal for Sun Ho to go to prison will serve as a deterrent sentence.

Another Singaporean, Qu Zuo Lao, said: “As Sun Ho has now been appointed as City Harvest Church’s new leader moving forward, a prison sentence will be the only way to deter her from leading.”

“And everybody knows and agrees that if Serina Wee was the one who fronted the Crossover Project, everyone on Earth would have converted already.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Thousands of S’poreans queue at Changi Prison even before Serina Wee goes in

Thousands of S’poreans queue at Changi Prison even before Serina Wee goes in

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They want to be the first visitors to be granted visiting rights.

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Thousands of Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believed in the criminal justice system, have taken leave en masse and are camping at Changi Prison overnight.

This after it was revealed that Serina Wee, Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine, is going to jail for 3 years 6 months.

The earliest she will go in is two weeks from now, after the six current and former City Harvest Church leaders have completed their appeals.

One of the people who is queuing up, Pai Dui, said: “I just want to be the first one to visit her if she gets sentenced to prison.”

“I just want to reassure her she is going to be alright, because thousands of us are supporting her.”

“We will continue supporting her no matter how long it takes.”

At press time, no one is queuing up to be the first to visit Kong Hee.

 

 

 

 

 

 





S’poreans urged not to commit crime just to go to same jail as Serina Wee

S’poreans urged not to commit crime just to go to same jail as Serina Wee

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They will each take turns to go to jail to complete her sentence.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who sometimes let their baser instincts get the better of them, have been advised by the authorities not to do anything foolish.

This after it was discovered that the general sentiment of the population-at-large is that it is okay to commit a crime just to be caught, charged and imprisoned, so as to be held within the same premises as Serina Wee, the Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine, who will be heading to jail soon.

A state authority, Qu Zuo Lao, said Singaporeans are reminded not to put their future at stake: “We know it is tempting to do something unlawful just to go to prison and feel good knowing you are in the vicinity of Serina Wee, I have to go stab somebody now.”

“I mean, you have to think twice and check yourself and not go about violating the law, excuse me, while I go start a riot.”

“Wait, I mean, if you really have to commit a crime, do it for its own merit and not because it gives you comfort knowing you are within a 1km radius of Serina Wee.”

“I need to go steal something. I mean, be right back.”

At press time, the state has also put to rest all rumours that there is a possibility of organising inter-gender cell group meetings in prison.

 

 

 

 

 

 





Thousands of S’porean men volunteer as tribute to go to jail on behalf of Serina Wee

Thousands of S’porean men volunteer as tribute to go to jail on behalf of Serina Wee

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They will each take turns to go to jail to complete her sentence.

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Thousands upon thousands of Singaporean men from all walks of life, who believe in Serina Wee, The Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine, have volunteered themselves as tribute.

This after Serina Wee was sentenced to 3 years 6 months’ jail after her appeal as the other City Harvest Church leaders will be going to jail as well.

However, one Singaporean man, Qu Zuo Lao, said: “Let me atone for her sins on her behalf.”

“This is the cross I bear that she gave to me.”

Other Singaporean men said going to prison on Serina Wee’s behalf is an honour.

Hen Ai Ni, another local, said: “I must be quick to forgive her of all her sins.”

“This is the true meaning of love, acceptance and forgiveness, which she taught me and my fellow men.”

“If Serina Wee fronted the Crossover Project, I would have converted by now.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Millions of S’poreans file appeal for Sun Ho to take Serina Wee’s place in jail

Millions of S’poreans file appeal for Sun Ho to take Serina Wee’s place in jail

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They deem Sun Ho’s lack of punishment as manifestly inadequate.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who can recognise right from wrong easily without difficulty, have filed an appeal on behalf of Serina Wee.

This after Serina Wee and five other convicted former leaders of City Harvest Church are in court appealing against both their conviction and sentences.

The appeal the millions of Singaporeans collectively filed together on behalf of Serina Wee, proposed that Sun Ho replaced The Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine in prison instead, where she was sentenced to five years’ imprisonment and is looking to reduce the term.

One Singaporean, Qing Chu, who can see things clearly, said: “For Sun Ho to get away scot-free is manifestly inadequate.”

“Serina Wee wouldn’t have to go to prison if Sun Ho did not have pop idol fantasies in the first place.”

Other Singaporeans said an appeal for Sun Ho to go to prison will serve as a deterrent sentence.

Another Singaporean, Qu Zuo Lao, said: “As Sun Ho has now been appointed as City Harvest Church’s new leader moving forward, a prison sentence will be the only way to deter her from leading.”

“And everybody knows and agrees that if Serina Wee was the one who fronted the Crossover Project, everyone on Earth would have converted already.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Thousands of S’poreans file appeal for Sun Ho to take Serina Wee’s place in jail

Thousands of S’poreans file appeal for Sun Ho to take Serina Wee’s place in jail

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They deem Sun Ho’s lack of punishment as manifestly inadequate.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who can recognise right from wrong easily without difficulty, have filed an appeal on behalf of Serina Wee.

This after Serina Wee and five other convicted former leaders of City Harvest Church filed notices of appeal against both their conviction and sentences at a closed-door hearing at the State Courts on Wednesday afternoon Dec. 2.

The appeal the thousands of Singaporeans collectively filed together on behalf of Serina Wee, proposed that Sun Ho replaced The Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine in prison instead, where she has been sentenced to five years’ imprisonment.

One Singaporean, Qing Chu, who can see things clearly, said: “For Sun Ho to get away scot-free is manifestly inadequate.”

“Serina Wee wouldn’t have to go to prison if Sun Ho did not have pop idol fantasies in the first place.”

Other Singaporeans said an appeal for Sun Ho to go to prison will serve as a deterrent sentence.

Another Singaporean, Qu Zuo Lao, said: “As Sun Ho has now been appointed as City Harvest Church’s new leader moving forward, a prison sentence will be the only way to deter her from leading.”

“And everybody knows and agrees that if Serina Wee was the one who fronted the Crossover Project, everyone on Earth would have converted already.”

 

 

 

 

 











Thousands of S’porean men volunteer as tribute to go to prison on behalf of Serina Wee

Thousands of S’porean men volunteer as tribute to go to prison on behalf of Serina Wee

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They will each take turns to go to jail to complete her sentence.

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Thousands upon thousands of Singaporean men from all walks of life, who believe in Serina Wee, The Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine, have volunteered themselves as tribute.

This after Serina Wee was found guilty of all charges, including criminal breach of trust and falsification of accounts, levelled against her and the other five current and former City Harvest Church leaders.

They all face jail time and fines and are awaiting sentencing.

One Singaporean man, Qu Zuo Lao, said: “Let me atone for her sins on her behalf.”

“This is the cross I bear that she gave to me.”

Other Singaporean men said going to prison on Serina Wee’s behalf is an honour.

Hen Ai Ni, another local, said: “I must be quick to forgive her of all her sins.”

“This is the true meaning of love, acceptance and forgiveness, which she taught me and my fellow men.”

“If Serina Wee fronted the Crossover Project, I would have converted by now.”

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans react to Amos Yee looking disturbed outside court after his release

S’poreans react to Amos Yee looking disturbed outside court after his release

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Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.

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Teen blogger Amos Yee was seen in videos posted on social media on July 6, 2015, looking disturbed and completely broken after being released into the wild again having received a four-week jail term that was backdated to June 2, 2015.

The 16-year-old’s jail term was backdated to June 2, making him one of the youngest persons to be imprisoned in Singapore.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:

 

sian-half-auntie “No wonder Singapore invests so much in the Yellow Ribbon Project. Inmates come out looking like that definitely have no chance of assimilating back into polite society.”
Qu Zuo Lao, 40-year-old serial drama watcher

 

sian-half-uncle “This makes the death penalty look mild and acceptable.”
Sha Shi Ni, 62-year-old butcher

 

happy-bird-girl “This would teach him not to make any more offensive postings here anymore. If he really wants to, he should do it when based overseas.”
Jin Guai Lan, 18-year-old dropout

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





Jailing Amos Yee’s slapper shows it’s okay to hit a child in public only if it’s your own kid

Jailing Amos Yee’s slapper shows it’s okay to hit a child in public only if it’s your own kid

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No one would have called the police if it was his own parent who did it.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who agree that you spoil the child when you spare the rod, said they understand the court’s ruling for sentencing the man who slapped Amos Yee in public to three weeks jail time.

One Singaporean, Sai Yee Bah, said: “This is a clear message from the courts that it is not okay to slap a child in public across the face, especially if it is not your own child.”

“But it would have been okay to slap a child across the face like how the man slapped Amos Yee if it is your own child. When that happens, it is called ‘discipline’ and it will be a parent’s god-given responsibility.”

“Otherwise, it is abuse and you will be liable for jail time.”

Other Singaporeans said the 49-year-old man, Neo Gim Huah, who admitted to voluntarily causing hurt to the teenager, has greatly helped clarify the law in Singapore with his premeditated actions.

Da Xiao Ren, a local, said: “No one would have been outraged or called the police if the slapper was Amos Yee’s parent.”

“Therefore, this incident clearly highlights some of the problematic areas with the law in Singapore when it comes to disciplining children by parents, in particular, as the punishment dished out can be brutal but still not considered abuse as it is justified as being familial.”

 

Let them mingle will help soothe tensions, no? No.:

Adults who assault teenagers in public will be made to hang out with youths as part of rehabilitation

 





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