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Highly religious S’poreans upset Lee Kuan Yew used to push rainbow gay agenda

Highly religious S’poreans upset Lee Kuan Yew used to push rainbow gay agenda

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Rainbows are an affront to moral values.

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Highly religious Singaporeans from that particular walk of life, who like to mind other people’s business, are taking issue with an image of Lee Kuan Yew superimposed over a rainbow.

This after the photo showing Lee Kuan Yew and the rainbow had been making its appearance online for quite a while now.

One highly religious Singaporean, Qu Jiao Tang, said Singapore must remain vigilant against the LGBT forces: “Rainbows have traditionally been an affront to moral values.”

“Furthermore, the PAP has always been known to be associated with white, which is the colour of light, purity and goodness.”

“The government must step in to regulate the use of Lee Kuan Yew’s image and never allow it to push for the LGBT agenda, such as this case.”

“We must not allow the LGBT forces to misappropriate Lee Kuan Yew’s image for their community’s selfish gains.”

“The perpetrators of this photo must be brought to justice and punished.”

At press time, a crisis is breaking out in the highly religious community as they heard that white light, when passed through a prism, is broken down into its constituent gay rainbow colours.

 

 

 

 

 

 





Rainbow splotch in sky signals Lee Kuan Yew’s approval of 30% water price increase

Rainbow splotch in sky signals Lee Kuan Yew’s approval of 30% water price increase

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His way of giving thumbs up.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who can see signs as approval from the other side, are wiping tears from their eyes and nodding their heads in understanding and acceptance.

This after they saw a rainbow splotch in the sky over Singapore just as parliament announced that water prices will increase 30 percent.

One Singaporean, Kee Gey, said: “Singaporeans will have a hard time accepting this 30 percent price increase as it is exorbitant at a time of economic uncertainty ahead.”

“However, after seeing the rainbow splotch in the sky, we know that Lee Kuan Yew has given his approval and we will humbly accept the hike.”

Other locals said the rainbow splotch is heartening.

Another local, Fang Xing, said: “I am glad Lee Kuan Yew is still in control of Singapore.”

“I shudder to think of the day Singapore is left to the devices of the new generation of leaders.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Highly religious S’poreans upset Lee Kuan Yew used to push LGBT agenda

Highly religious S’poreans upset Lee Kuan Yew used to push LGBT agenda

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Rainbows are an affront to moral values.

lee-kuan-yew-follow-that-rainbow

Highly religious Singaporeans from that particular walk of life, who like to mind other people’s business, are taking issue with an image of Lee Kuan Yew superimposed over a rainbow.

This after the photo showing Lee Kuan Yew and the rainbow had been making its appearance online these several weeks since March to mark the one-year anniversary of his passing.

One highly religious Singaporean, Qu Jiao Tang, said Singapore must remain vigilant against the LGBT forces: “Rainbows have traditionally been an affront to moral values.”

“Furthermore, the PAP has always been known to be associated with white, which is the colour of light, purity and goodness.”

“The government must step in to regulate the use of Lee Kuan Yew’s image and never allow it to push for the LGBT agenda, such as this case.”

“We must not allow the LGBT forces to misappropriate Lee Kuan Yew’s image for their community’s selfish gains.”

“The perpetrators of this photo must be brought to justice and punished.”

At press time, a crisis is breaking out in the highly religious community as they heard that white light, when passed through a prism, is broken down into its constituent gay rainbow colours.

 

 

 

 

 

 





Highly religious S’poreans unhappy Lee Kuan Yew used to push LGBT agenda

Highly religious S’poreans unhappy Lee Kuan Yew used to push LGBT agenda

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Rainbows are an affront to moral values.

lee-kuan-yew-follow-that-rainbow

Highly religious Singaporeans from that particular walk of life, who like to mind other people’s business, are taking issue with an image of Lee Kuan Yew superimposed over a rainbow.

This after the photo showing Lee Kuan Yew and the rainbow is making its appearance online these few days to mark the one-year anniversary of his passing.

One highly religious Singaporean, Qu Jiao Tang, said Singapore must remain vigilant against the LGBT forces: “Rainbows have traditionally been an affront to moral values.”

“Furthermore, the PAP has always been known to be associated with white, which is the colour of light, purity and goodness.”

“The government must step in to regulate the use of Lee Kuan Yew’s image and never allow it to push for the LGBT agenda, such as this case.”

“We must not allow the LGBT forces to misappropriate Lee Kuan Yew’s image for their community’s selfish gains.”

“The perpetrators of this photo must be brought to justice and punished.”

At press time, a crisis is breaking out in the highly religious community as they heard that white light, when passed through a prism, is broken down into its constituent gay rainbow colours.

 

 

 

 

 











Loud booming voice heard as rainbow appeared over Marina Barrage: ‘I will take care of you all!’

Loud booming voice heard as rainbow appeared over Marina Barrage: ‘I will take care of you all!’

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Singaporeans debating if it was really Lee Kuan Yew’s voice they heard.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life who watched Lee Kuan Yew’s funeral carried out all afternoon, said they saw a rainbow appear over Marina Barrage at the conclusion of the procession on Sunday, March 29, 2015.

This led to scores of Singaporeans to post on Facebook photos of the rainbow and an account of what happened.

In many of these posts, Singaporeans said they heard a loud booming voice accompany the rainbow’s appearance, saying something along the lines of “I will take care of you all!”

One Singaporean, Cai Hong, said she saw the rainbow with her own eyes and heard the voice with her own ears: “It was a magical moment. Almost as if it was surreal.”

“I thought it was a pretty Care Bear moment, but I know I heard the voice of Lee Kuan Yew ring out across Singapore.”

Other Singaporeans, however, were more sceptical about the social media posts.

One Singaporean, Bu Xiang Xing, said: “I doubt the authenticity of the posts. How did they know the voice was from Lee Kuan Yew?”

“I personally thought I heard ‘I go Tekka wait for you’.”

“I believe the rainbow photo though. As long as it is on Facebook, it must be real.”

 

Other rainbow news:

6 rainbow buildings in S’pore that have stood up for gay rights

A-Mei’s Rainbow song can spread homosexuality, S’pore authorities warn

Wear White campaign organiser realises white is made out of gay colours

6 rainbow buildings in S’pore that have stood up for gay rights

6 rainbow buildings in S’pore that have stood up for gay rights

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They are rainbow! They are fabulous!

1. The Old Bukit Timah Fire Station

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Photo stolen from here


The Bukit Timah Fire Station might have been the fourth fire station in Singapore’s history to be built in 1956, but it sure was the first to stand up for gay pride!

And you know why fire station? Because it is needed to put out the flames of passion! Oooh so naughty.

Oooh and firemen in uniform, put out my flames, big boys!

 

2. Rochor Centre

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Photo stolen from here


Come 2016, Rochor Centre will be torn down to make way for the new North South Expressway. Such a pity.

But no one will ever forget how these tall buildings were the first to have been erected when they were built decades ago. How they have stood strong and hard like a solid rock as they have long become part of the Rochor community.

You’ve been fantabulous boys.

 

3. Outram Park flats

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Photo stolen from here


Demolished in 2003, this was one of the many rainbow flats in Outram where the pride was and is and will always be strong!

Rainbow shower, fall upon us!

 

4. Hougang flat

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Not only is Hougang the stronghold of the opposition, it is also the stronghold of gay pride!

Fabulous in blue and rainbow colours!

 

5. Bedok Reservoir flat

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Photo stolen from here


We have no idea why so many people want to make a one-way trip to Bedok Reservoir, because let the rainbow chase your blues away!

 

6. MICA Building

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Photo stolen from here


And bringing you the gayest building of them all in the whole of Singapore… MICA Building!

It’s fun to stay at the M.I.C.A./
It’s fun to stay at the M.I.C.A./
They have everything for you men to enjoy,/
You can hang out with all the boys …

 

There is only one way to become straight:
Several gay men turn straight at the sight of Serina Wee

There are some who we can trust to stand up for minorities:
Thanks, Lawrence Khong, for standing up to the gay agenda

Singapore invaded by rainbows

Singapore invaded by rainbows

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But social media users are sick of this phenomenon, complains of reposts.

After claiming responsibility for the Friday flash floods over some parts of Singapore, God has issued a truce.

He is posting rainbows all over Singapore as an internationally recognised symbol of love. And Nyan Cat.

Here are some photos of rainbows posted on Facebook in five minutes:

However, almost all Facebook users are complaining of spamming and reposts.

This might be construed as spurning the love of God and might lead to another round of rinsing of our streets with excessive amounts of water.