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Lawrence Khong must delete his Facebook account if he is really against gays

Lawrence Khong must delete his Facebook account if he is really against gays

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He must take a stand against Facebook’s pro gay attitude.

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Dear editors,

I watched with disappointment over the last few weeks at the inaction of local magician Lawrence Khong.

This after I noticed that for someone who so openly opposes gays as he claims it goes against the fibre of his moral being, he has done absolutely nothing but sit on his hands by not removing himself from social media altogether.

Let’s get one thing straight (pun intended): Everybody now knows that Facebook is a pro-gay platform for people to support gays, gay marriage and the homosexual lifestyle.

Why? Because for the record, Facebook is openly supportive of gay marriages. They were the ones that created a heathen Celebrate Pride tool previously to make anyone an openly gay person online with a rainbow profile display picture.

And after 20,000 Singaporeans showed their displeasure by signing the anti-Adam Lambert petition, Facebook still has not banned the homosexual fiend from the social media platform.

And what has happened? Did magician Khong do anything to show his displeasure? Did he make it known that he is leaving Facebook to its vices because he is an upright man?

No. Because Khong has not deleted his Facebook profile.

Worse, many brands have come out to openly support gay marriage and he has failed to denounce them either.

I am deeply disappointed that his beliefs and his actions do not match.

What magician Khong must now do immediately is to send a positive, unyielding signal: He must stop using all goods and services of pro-gay brands and start his own anti-gay marriage social networking platform called StraightBook.

And he must definitely stop using Google, Apple or Android technology.

And he also cannot use Visa or MasterCard.

By remaining on Facebook and using it to spread his anti-gay message, magician Khong is knowingly employing the methods of gay sympathisers and liberal agitators. He will be giving up his right to call himself a righteous man.

I, therefore, urge him to delete his Facebook account now, or forever hold his peace.

One cannot be accusing gays of being gay while employing gay technology to reach anti-gay people.

Or else, he must really commit hara-kiri.

Best,
Yeshu Aini

 

 

 

 

 











Lawrence Khong must delete his Facebook account if he is really against gay marriage

Lawrence Khong must delete his Facebook account if he is really against gay marriage

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He must take a stand against Facebook’s pro gay marriage support.

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Dear editors,

I watched with disappointment over the last several hours at the inaction of local magician Lawrence Khong.

This after I noticed that for someone who so openly opposes gay marriage as he claims it goes against the fibre of his moral being, he has done absolutely nothing but sit on his hands by not removing himself from social media altogether.

Let’s get one thing straight (pun intended): Everybody now knows that Facebook is a gay marriage platform for people to support gays and the homosexual lifestyle.

Why? Because for the record, Facebook is openly supportive of gay marriages. They have created a Celebrate Pride tool to make anyone an openly gay person online with a rainbow profile display picture.

And what has happened? Did magician Khong do anything to show his displeasure? Did he make it known that he is leaving Facebook to its vices because he is an upright man?

No. Because Khong has not deleted his Facebook profile.

Worse, many brands have come out to openly support gay marriage and he has failed to denounce them either.

I am deeply disappointed that his beliefs and his actions do not match.

What magician Khong must now do immediately is to send a positive, unyielding signal: He must stop using all goods and services of pro-gay brands and start his own anti-gay marriage social networking platform called StraightBook.

And he must definitely stop using Google, Apple or Android technology.

And he also cannot use Visa or MasterCard.

By remaining on Facebook and using it to spread his anti-gay message, magician Khong is knowingly employing the methods of gay sympathisers and liberal agitators. He will be giving up his right to call himself a righteous man.

I, therefore, urge him to delete his Facebook account now, or forever hold his peace.

One cannot be accusing gays of being gay while employing gay technology to reach anti-gay people.

Or else, he must really commit hara-kiri.

Best,
Yeshu Aini

 

Here are all the pro-gay marriage brands Lawrence Khong must be aware of:

17 pro gay marriage brands that highly religious S’poreans must avoid or else God will smite them

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





Conservative S’poreans shoot back at LGBT community: How is this not gay?

Conservative S’poreans shoot back at LGBT community: How is this not gay?

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Everyone is at a loss for words.

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Conservative Singaporeans who are taking a stand and fighting back against the LGBT community, have turned the tables on their opponents.

This after conservative Singaporeans who have had it up to here with the LGBT community’s complaints about how a local magician is perceived as being homophobic, threw down the gauntlet and demanded explanations.

One straight Singaporean, Yi Xing Lian, said: “For the life of me, I don’t know what the LGBT community is complaining about. One look at this photo and I cannot get over how gay it looks.”

“Seriously, how is this not gay?”

At press time, Singaporeans from all walks of life are at a loss for words.

 

Could it be that some people are just confused about their sexuality?:

Homosexuals in S’pore regretting boycott, hard-pressed to find another furniture retailer as affordable as IKEA

Realisation that IKEA’s Shelf Help Guru might be gay sends shock waves across conservative religious community in S’pore

 

 

 











Homosexuals in S’pore regretting boycott, hard-pressed to find another furniture retailer as affordable as IKEA

Homosexuals in S’pore regretting boycott, hard-pressed to find another furniture retailer as affordable as IKEA

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Where else can they get a cabinet for S$39 or meatballs with mystery brown sauce?

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Homosexuals in Singapore from all walks of life, who are boycotting IKEA for supporting an upcoming July performance by a local gay-bashing magician, are finding themselves in a quagmire.

They are regretting their decision to boycott the mega furniture store as they are now hard-pressed to find another retailer that is as convenient and can compete with a wide variety of affordable goods that appeal to their aesthetic taste.

Tong Xing Lian, a local gay man, said: “I disagree with IKEA Singapore’s support for that Lawrence Khong magician, who only know how to perform tricks, but I am also finding it hard not to go there to buy something.”

“Saying I am boycotting IKEA is effectively saying I am never going to buy furniture ever again.”

Non-homosexual Singaporeans from all walks of life said boycotting IKEA is easier said than done as it would mean saying goodbye to the signature meatballs with mystery brown sauce, a dish that will soon be recognised as a Singapore delicacy at the rate we are consuming those balls.

One local non-homosexual person, Yi Xing Lian, said: “Good luck trying not to eat at the biggest cafeteria in Singapore.”

At press time, the furniture retailer is reviewing its support for the magic show and reiterated it is committed to diversity worldwide, like how they have a diverse range of furniture designs.

 

The gay agenda in Singapore:

Apple CEO confesses he’s gay, causes crisis in FCBC and FotF as many members are iPhone users

Conservative S’poreans demand S’pore Zoo investigate if they possess gay animals

Thanks, Lawrence Khong, for standing up to the gay agenda

S’pore govt takes up magician’s challenge to ‘draw clear line’ on LGBT issue

S’pore govt takes up magician’s challenge to ‘draw clear line’ on LGBT issue

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Government ups the ante by drawing two clear lines to show they mean business.

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The Singapore government has responded affirmatively to a challenge issued by Lawrence Khong, a Singaporean leather-clad magician who is not as good as David Blaine.

Khong threw down the gauntlet this past weekend and had issued a challenge to the Singapore government, demanding that they draw a “clear line” on the LGBT issue, acting as if he is the only person in Singapore who pays his taxes on time.

A government spokesperson, Jiang Fei Hua, responded to this challenge and said in a statement issued to the media: “We do not take any sort of threats lightly, be it from over-privileged clowns, terrorist organisations or a magician.”

“To make it very clear to him, in case he cannot see properly through all that smoke and mirrors, the Singapore government has taken a firm stance and will draw not only a line on the LGBT issue.”

“We will, in fact, draw two lines, one in red and one in green, in case he claims he is colourblind.”

 

In support of the magician:
Respect to Pastor Lawrence Khong for casting adulteress aside

No, no, we are conservative Singaporeans please, no singing but magic is okay:
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