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Prisoners opt for death penalty upon hearing appeal for Sun Ho to replace Serina Wee in jail

Prisoners opt for death penalty upon hearing appeal for Sun Ho to replace Serina Wee in jail

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They simply cannot accept this sort of cruel punishment.

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Thousands of prisoners from all walks of life currently locked up in jail in Singapore, have handwritten and submitted appeals to pass sentences on themselves retroactively calling for the death penalty to be applied to them en masse.

This after they got wind of the appeal filed by Singaporeans collectively calling for Sun Ho to take over Serina Wee’s jail sentence.

Some prisoners started out in their appeal by reasoning that it is unfair for them to be locked up with Sun Ho.

One prisoner, Fan Fa, who wrote a note pleading for leniency, said: “We inmates are already paying for our crimes by being incarcerated in prison. We do not see the need to be further locked up in the same premises as Sun Ho.”

When they realised this might not sway the decision-makers, many changed tact and accused the move to let Sun Ho take over Serina Wee in prison to be a violation of basic human rights.

One other prisoner, Zuo Lao, wrote: “Being locked up in the same cell with Sun Ho constitutes as a cruel and unusual punishment and will be a human rights violation of the grossest magnitude.”

“As prisoners, we have been locked up with the understanding that we will be treated with some basic dignity. Not this.”

However, if all else fails, the prisoners are mentally prepared to take necessary action.

See Leow, another inamte, wrote: “Death is preferable.”

“If a call for leniency is ignored and the calling out of human rights abuses is not heeded, we will have no choice but to choose to be put to death.”

“We shall opt for the death penalty to be applied to us, as this shall be the last resort and the only form of escape.”

At press time, prisoners hoping that Serina Wee will still be the one going to prison have written in favour of extending their imprisonment.

 

 

 

 

 

 





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.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Majority of S’porean men visited by Serina Wee in their dreams last night

Majority of S’porean men visited by Serina Wee in their dreams last night

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She told them not to be afraid, everything is going to be alright.

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Thousands upon thousands of Singaporean men, who have been through a lot ever since they heard that Serina Wee, The Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine, was found guilty of all charges levelled against her, woke up this weekend with a silly smile on their faces.

This after a majority of Singaporean men — both gay and straight — saw Serina Wee appear in their dreams with a message of hope and peace.

One local, Zuo Mong, said: “At that moment Serina Wee appeared, there was nothing but serenity.”

“She reached out to me but just as I was about to hold her in my embrace, she said she had to go, as she had another man’s dream to enter.”

“I was overwhelmed with love and a sense of tranquility I haven’t felt since I first saw her picture in the newspapers in 2013.”

Other locals said this dream was a sign that more could be done in Serina Wee’s name.

Another Singaporean man, Wo Ai Ni, said: “She is the religion Singapore deserves, but not the one it needs right now.”

“So we’ll worship. Because she can take it. Because she’s not our heroine. She’s a silent guardian, a watchful protector. A goddess of nectar and all things divine.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Crossover Project would have succeeded globally had Serina Wee fronted it as lead singer

Crossover Project would have succeeded globally had Serina Wee fronted it as lead singer

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She shouldn’t have sung backup for Sun Ho.

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Singaporean men from all walks of life let out a collective sigh of regret when they read in the newspaper that Serina Wee was actually the backup singer for Sun Ho.

All the Singaporean men agreed that City Harvest could have avoided all its current legal problems only if they had bet on the right horse, which is Serina Wee, The Goddess of Nectar All Things Divine.

One Singaporean man, Xing Ye Shu, said: “City Harvest wouldn’t have to spend so much money promoting Serina Wee if she was the lead singer. She just needs to show up and everyone within her vicinity will be slain by the spirit.”

“And she don’t even need to be in various states of undress in music videos to attract attention. She can just be herself and everybody would be high.”

The implications of Serina Wee’s prowess is also believed to be world-altering.

Another local, Hen Ai Ni, said the success of the Crossover Project would have been overwhelming had Serina Wee recorded the albums instead: “If Serina Wee sing songs and make album, we’d all be converted by now, the blind can see and the deaf can hear.”

“But too bad it was Sun Ho who sing. No wonder all in court now.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Most S’poreans say they will die for Serina Wee

Most S’poreans say they will die for Serina Wee

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They also say they don’t mind if Serina Wee beats and punishes them first.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who know what are their priorities in life, have come out to admit that they will die for Serina Wee, The Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine.

This after they heard someone make a video on the Internet asking if Singaporeans will die for Singapore.

One Singaporean, Da Shi Wo, said: “I would volunteer as tribute and go to jail on behalf of Serina Wee.”

“I would let her beat me, with an open hand or closed hand, with a belt or even a stick.”

“I will die for Serina Wee even though she will not die for me.”

“Serina Wee brings the best out in us and she makes all sacrifices look small in comparison.”

At press time, nobody has said they will die for Kong Hee, even as many Singaporeans have joined the We Are Kanina apolitical movement to ask if Singapore will die for Singaporeans.

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans wish Serina Wee: “Gong Xi Fa Cai”

S’poreans wish Serina Wee: “Gong Xi Fa Cai”

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Their offer to volunteer as tribute on her behalf still stands.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who have Serina Wee’s welfare in their hearts at all times, have wished the Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine, “Gong Xi Fa Cai”.

This after Serina Wee made the last few years special for them as her presence has filled their hearts with song and given new purpose to their existence.

One Singaporean, Hen Ai Ni, said he never knew what was the meaning of life until he saw Serina Wee: “If it wasn’t for her, I would still be an atheist.”

“Now, I believe in at least one deity.”

Other Singaporeans said the Chinese New Year is a good time to reconnect with loved ones.

Qu Jiao Tang, another local, said: “We just want to take this opportunity this festive season to remind Serina Wee that our offer to volunteer as tribute on her behalf still stands.”

 

 

 

 

 











Prisoners opt for death penalty upon hearing about appeal for Sun Ho to replace Serina Wee in jail

Prisoners opt for death penalty upon hearing about appeal for Sun Ho to replace Serina Wee in jail

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They simply cannot accept this sort of cruel punishment.

sun-ho-jail

Thousands of prisoners from all walks of life currently locked up in jail in Singapore, have handwritten and submitted appeals to pass sentences on themselves retroactively calling for the death penalty to be applied to them en masse.

This after they got wind of the appeal filed by Singaporeans collectively calling for Sun Ho to take over Serina Wee’s jail sentence.

Some prisoners started out in their appeal by reasoning that it is unfair for them to be locked up with Sun Ho.

One prisoner, Fan Fa, who wrote a note pleading for leniency, said: “We inmates are already paying for our crimes by being incarcerated in prison. We do not see the need to be further locked up in the same premises as Sun Ho.”

When they realised this might not sway the decision-makers, many changed tact and accused the move to let Sun Ho take over Serina Wee in prison to be a violation of basic human rights.

One other prisoner, Zuo Lao, wrote: “Being locked up in the same cell with Sun Ho constitutes as a cruel and unusual punishment and will be a human rights violation of the grossest magnitude.”

“As prisoners, we have been locked up with the understanding that we will be treated with some basic dignity. Not this.”

However, if all else fails, the prisoners are mentally prepared to take necessary action.

See Leow, another inamte, wrote: “Death is preferable.”

“If a call for leniency is ignored and the calling out of human rights abuses is not heeded, we will have no choice but to choose to be put to death.”

“We shall opt for the death penalty to be applied to us, as this shall be the last resort and the only form of escape.”

At press time, prisoners hoping that Serina Wee will still be the one going to prison have written in favour of extending their imprisonment.

 

 

 

 

 











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.”

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans urged not to commit crime just to be imprisoned within same premises as Serina Wee

S’poreans urged not to commit crime just to be imprisoned within same premises as Serina Wee

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Commit crime for crime’s sake, they have been reminded.

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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 come January 2016.

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.

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans praise #BaeyForSerinaWee tribute post

S’poreans praise #BaeyForSerinaWee tribute post

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They say it is heartfelt, sincere and doesn’t look photoshopped.

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Millions of Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe in the Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine, are clapping their hands and applauding loudly with approval, while wiping away tears of appreciation that have welled up in their eyes.

This after they saw the #BaeyForSerinaWee tribute post put up on social media in the wake of Serina Wee being sentenced to five years’ in prison after being found guilty.

One Singaporean, See Baey Swee, said: “This is the most heartfelt and sincere tribute to Serina Wee since putting her photo overlay on your Facebook display picture.”

“This is, in fact, even better than the #BaeyForParis tribute put up by MP Baey Yam Keng after the Paris terrorist attacks on Nov. 13, 2015.”

Other Singaporeans, who were full of praise, said the #BaeyForSerinaWee image is magical and conveys a sense of appreciation and thoughtfulness.

Pai Zhao, a local, said: “There is no doubt Baey Yam Keng took this photo while standing beside Serina Wee.”

“It doesn’t even look photoshopped at all.”

At press time, there is no #BaeyForKongHee tribute going around online at all.

 

 

 

 

 











Thousands of S’poreans change Facebook profile photo by putting up Serina Wee overlay

Thousands of S’poreans change Facebook profile photo by putting up Serina Wee overlay

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They stand in solidarity with the Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine.

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Thousands of Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like to take a stand on things online, have changed their Facebook profile photo by putting up an overlay of Serina Wee on their display picture.

This after the Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine was sentenced to five years’ jail.

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One Singaporean man, Wo Ai Ni, said putting up the Serina Wee overlay on his display picture is only the first step: “I have volunteered myself as tribute to take over Serina Wee’s jail sentence.”

“I will go to prison for as long as I can take it in there.”

“Which is probably about three days.”

“Therefore, Singaporeans can take turns to go to prison on her behalf and atone for her sins.”

At press time, no one has stepped forward as tribute on Kong Hee’s behalf.

 

 

 

 

 











God denies Serina Wee sentenced to 5 years’ jail was part of His will

God denies Serina Wee sentenced to 5 years’ jail was part of His will

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This after Singaporeans from all walks of life asked God why He had to do this.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believed that the criminal justice system was meant to punish only bad people, are putting their tear-covered faces in their hands and sobbing uncontrollably, while asking, “Why, God, why?”

This after news broke that Serina Wee, Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine, has been sentenced to five years’ jail on Friday, Nov. 20, 2015.

One Singaporean man, Xin Shui, said he is heartbroken at hearing the news and wondered out loud how and why God can allow such bad things to happen to good people: “Why did God let this come to pass?”

“Without an iota of a doubt, Serina Wee is completely innocent.”

In response, The Maker of the Heavens and the Earth, put up His hands with His palms faced up and outstretched, shrugged both His shoulders and said somewhat sheepishly: “You know, it wasn’t Me this time.”

“I allow wars to happen. I let people fight over the smallest of things all the time. But this time, honestly, it wasn’t Me.”

“It’s an aberration. I did not intend for this to happen,” Yahweh said, disassociating Himself from the verdict while saying that people sometimes have the free will to make up their own minds.

However, the King of Kings reassured that He still has a role in day-to-day human affairs and did not take a completely hands-off approach to the 140-day City Harvest Church trial.

The Almighty One said, while shining in blinding light: “The rest of the five got their just desserts, that’s for sure.”

 

 

 

 

 











Thousands of S’poreans queue at Changi Prison even before Serina Wee sentence meted out

Thousands of S’poreans queue at Changi Prison even before Serina Wee sentence meted out

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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, might be sentenced to 11 to 12 years in jail.

The earliest date to pass a sentence is Friday, Nov. 20, when the six current and former City Harvest Church leaders are due back in court for oral submissions on sentencing, after they were found guilty of fraud in October 2015.

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.

 

 

 

 

 











70% of S’porean men visited by Serina Wee in their dreams last night

70% of S’porean men visited by Serina Wee in their dreams last night

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She told them not to be afraid, everything is going to be alright.

serina-wee-legend

Thousands upon thousands of Singaporean men, who have been through a lot this week having heard that Serina Wee, The Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine, was found guilty of all charges levelled against her, woke up this weekend with a silly smile on their faces.

This after some 70 percent of Singaporean men saw Serina Wee appear in their dreams with a message of hope and peace.

One local, Zuo Mong, said: “At that moment Serina Wee appeared, there was nothing but serenity.”

“She reached out to me but just as I was about to hold her in my embrace, she said she had to go, as she had another man’s dream to enter.”

“I was overwhelmed with love and a sense of tranquility I haven’t felt since I first saw her picture in the newspapers in 2013.”

Other locals said this dream was a sign that more could be done in Serina Wee’s name.

Another Singaporean man, Wo Ai Ni, said: “She is the religion Singapore deserves, but not the one it needs right now.”

“So we’ll worship. Because she can take it. Because she’s not our heroine. She’s a silent guardian, a watchful protector. A goddess of nectar and all things divine.”