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All S’poreans turned into anti-religious heathens after Madonna performed at Sports Hub

All S’poreans turned into anti-religious heathens after Madonna performed at Sports Hub

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They should have heeded the warning of highly religious Singaporeans.

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All Singaporeans living in the country have turned into anti-religious heathens on Feb. 28, 2016, mere minutes after Madonna performed live for the first time in Singapore at the Sports Hub.

This after Singaporeans from all walks of life heard the renowned American anti-religious singer do her routine before a sold-out crowd, which sent anti-religious reverberations throughout the island.

As a result, all Singaporeans have become anti-religious heathens immediately.

One Singaporean, Qu Jiao Tang, said he was half-expecting this to happen, but wasn’t sure if it would really come to pass: “I should have heeded the warning of highly religious Singaporeans when they warned about the effects of letting Madonna perform in public.”

“Now I am completely, utterly anti-religious, there is simply no turning back to my god-tolerating ways, having been convinced the no god way is the only way.”

“I can still hear Singapore’s moral fabric being torn asunder.”

Singaporeans who witnessed the transformation of their own religious orientation attributed the changes to Madonna’s dress sense and dance moves.

One other local, Tiao Bu, said: “Madonna was at her most provocative last evening. She was decked out in clothes that did not reveal any vital parts and covered up completely.”

“These are the hallmarks of a provocative liberal anti-religious agitator. This was exactly what the highly religious Singaporeans warned us about.”

“We have no choice but to live with our anti-religious identity as a nation from now on.”

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans react to some Madonna concert-goers given free seat upgrades at last minute

S’poreans react to some Madonna concert-goers given free seat upgrades at last minute

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

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Some Madonna fans were informed via text on Sunday morning that their concert seat tickets were upgraded at the last minute.

No other details were given as to why this was so except it was due to the set up of the stage.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:

 

sian-half-auntie “Those who got free upgrades are proven heathens who are anti-religious.”
Qu Jiao Tang, 40-year-old social worker

 

sian-half-uncle “This shows anti-religious people can also be nice.”
Hao Xing Ren, 65-year-old hawker

 

happy-bird-girl “When was the last time Singaporeans got such good treatment?”
Qiu Gua, 19-year-old pub singer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 











Govt must ensure no one outside Sports Hub can hear Madonna’s concert performance

Govt must ensure no one outside Sports Hub can hear Madonna’s concert performance

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Or else they will be corrupted.

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Madonna’s concert should receive more than a R18 rating from the Media Development Authority (MDA). Her performances, sets and song lyrics are offensive to Christianity, Christians and their practices.

Singapore works hard to protect religious harmony, but the Government could do more. MDA gave the concert an R18 rating for “sexually suggestive content which is more suitable for adults”.

Is that sufficient? She is performing at the National Stadium, which has open architecture, so non-ticket holders including underaged persons can listen to the performance just standing outside the stadium.

Yeow Ghim Chee

This is a real letter published in The Straits Times Forum on Feb. 27, 2016.

 

 

 

 

 











Highly religious S’poreans petition Sun Ho to replace Madonna at Sunday’s concert

Highly religious S’poreans petition Sun Ho to replace Madonna at Sunday’s concert

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Sun Ho is a much more wholesome and appropriate performer with international experience.

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Highly religious Singaporeans from that particular walk of life, who like to dabble in other people’s business, have started another petition.

This time they are demanding highly religious leader Sun Ho to take over from Madonna at Sunday’s concert so that she can perform her wholesome and uplifting songs for the masses in Singapore, instead of letting a blasphemous heathen ruin the country’s moral fabric.

One highly religious person, Yeshu Aini, said Sun Ho was the perfect alternative as she is honourable and a household name in Singapore, having established herself through her creative talents: “Sun Ho’s music and dance moves will allow Singaporeans to appreciate and understand what being morally upright and righteous is all about, as she is a highly religious person who was never found to have done any wrong or been convicted of any crime.”

“Her conscience is as pure as a virgin.”

“The last thing Singaporeans as a whole need to see is a performer in gaudy clothing grinding to salacious beats, engaged in orgiastic displays of debauchery and spouting non-religious lyrics, while carrying out all manner of movements in a sexually-explicit manner.”

“We can do without that affront to our collective moral conscience and mainstream values.”

Will you give Sun Ho one Majulah?

Posted by We Are Kanina on Tuesday, February 23, 2016

 

 

 

 

 











Madonna SG concert: S’poreans express grave concerns about abuse of children by Catholic priests

Madonna SG concert: S’poreans express grave concerns about abuse of children by Catholic priests

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Singaporeans must not support those who are immoral, they said.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like riding around on their high horses, have come out to express their grave concerns about the abuse of children by Catholic priests throughout history.

This after the Catholic Archbishop William Goh expressed the Catholic Church’s grave concerns about American singer Madonna’s “Rebel Heart” concert in Singapore on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016.

Goh reminded Catholics that it was their “moral obligation not to support those who denigrate and insult religions, including anti-Christian and immoral values promoted by the secular world”.

Singaporeans who heard this, said they agree that there is indeed a moral obligation not to support those who denigrate and insult religions and carried out anti-Christian and immoral values, such as Catholic priests who have historically abused children under their charge.

One Singaporean, Nina Kan, said: “I would really like to see the Catholic Church in Singapore come out more strongly against abusive priests, since a lot of what they have done is a lot worse than what Madonna is doing.”

“If Madonna deserves a rebuke, so do the Catholic priests who have or are still molesting and abusing children under their charge.”

“Whose moral high horse is higher now?”

At press time, Nina Kan’s moral high horse is almost as high as the sky.

Send Majulahs Madonna's way.

Posted by We Are Kanina on Tuesday, February 23, 2016

 

 

 

 

 











Highly religious S’poreans disappointed they have not petitioned against Madonna performing in S’pore

Highly religious S’poreans disappointed they have not petitioned against Madonna performing in S’pore

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They are upset they have not galvanised support in record time to show collective displeasure.

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Highly religious Singaporeans from some particular walks of life, who like to interfere in other people’s way of life and cause an inconvenience, are saddened by their own inaction.

This after they failed to come up with a petition to denounce Madonna’s scheduled performance in Singapore at the National Stadium on Feb. 28, 2016.

One highly religious Singaporean, Qu Jiao Tang, said: “This is really uncharacteristic of us. We could have prepped the petition in advance and put it out to the media the moment Madonna confirmed she was eventually going to do her show in Singapore.”

“We have failed in our duties to take offence at anything. We apologise to ourselves for that.”

Other highly religious Singaporeans said this uncritical acceptance of the Queen of Pop’s performance in Singapore is an affront to all the upright moral values their community of righteous beings have upheld for many years now.

One other highly religious Singaporean said: “Madonna’s show features scantily-clad performers prancing around, doing lascivious motions in highly sexualised ways.”

“Her secular lyrics and music reflect the orgiastic moral decadence of our times and idealised pop star fantasies.”

“You certainly wouldn’t find this kind of behaviour portrayed by those from the highly religious community in Singapore and definitely not by anyone who claims to do so to proselytise to the unchurched, would you?”

“Would you?”