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Prisoners opt for death penalty if Sun Ho were to replace Serina Wee in jail

Prisoners opt for death penalty if Sun Ho were to replace Serina Wee in jail

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They simply cannot accept this sort of cruel punishment.

sun-ho-jail-iinstead

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 





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.

serina-wee-appeal-sun-ho

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.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Sun Ho reviving Crossover Project with ‘China Wine’ remake called ‘China Beer’

Sun Ho reviving Crossover Project with ‘China Wine’ remake called ‘China Beer’

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New anthem for winning souls has been 10 years in the making.

china-beer-sun-ho-remake

Singaporeans from all walks of life, who try very hard to avert their gaze but are drawn to car crashes, can look forward to more Chinese geisha reggae music.

This is so as Sun Ho will soon revive the Crossover Project with a remake of China Wine, her empowering 2007 song focusing on women’s rights.

The new song is tentatively called China Beer, which will once again try to tap into the market of heathens like what was attempted previously before everyone involved with her music was arrested and charged in court.

One source, He Pi Jio, who is familiar with the revival of the Crossover Project meant to spread the Word to all corners of the globe through the misappropriating and careless pairing of unrelated cultures, said: “China Beer attempts to bring the intellectual level of China Wine down a notch.”

“The past test audience found that China Wine was too deep and philosophical for mainstream taste and it was hard to explain how a Chinese geisha doing black music was related to the message of the saviour.”

“So that was where it ran into a lot of problems.”

“With China Beer, the aim is to go straight into the music video to feature the best elements of China Wine, such as the gyrating and speaking in tongues.”

Other Singaporeans who are supportive of the Crossover Project revival, said doing the obvious of avoiding round-tripping of donation funds and then trying to hide the evidence is imperative to stay true to the cause.

Another local, Xing Ye Shu, said: “The most important thing is that we shouldn’t see this guilty verdict as a setback.”

“Well, the success rate of the Crossover Project would have definitely been higher had it been Serina Wee fronting it.”

At press time, a glass manufacturing company is being set up.

 

 

 

 

 

 





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.

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 





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.

jail-sun-ho-instead

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.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





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.

sun-ho-madonna

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

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans cheerfully wish Kong Hee: ‘Kong Hee Jiak Sai’

S’poreans cheerfully wish Kong Hee: ‘Kong Hee Jiak Sai’

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Spread some festive cheer.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like to spread a little festive cheer even to people they don’t like, have come out to wish Kong Hee a Happy Chinese New Year.

This after they saw a video where the City Harvest co-founders Kong Hee and Sun Ho wished Singaporeans a “Kong Hee Fatt Choy”.

One Singaporean, Qu Zuo Lao, said: “‘Kong Hee Jiak Sai’ to you too.”

“There is no doubt you’ll still be rich after you’ve come out of prison.”

Other Singaporeans said the husband-and-wife duo’s message is appropriate as this is Sun Ho’s year.

Another Singaporean, Lao Gao, said: “It’s nice that the ‘Ho’ in Sun Ho sounds just like the Chinese word for ‘monkey’.”

“Since this is the Year of the Monkey, this is her year.”

 

 

 

 

 











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.

jail-sun-ho-instead

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.”

 

 

 

 

 











Highly religious S’poreans demand Sun Ho replace Adam Lambert at Celebrate 2016 countdown show

Highly religious S’poreans demand Sun Ho replace Adam Lambert at Celebrate 2016 countdown show

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

sun-ho-adam-lambert-singapore

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 Adam Lambert at Celebrate 2016 countdown show so that she can perform her wholesome and uplifting songs for the masses in Singapore, instead of letting a homosexual 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.”

 

 

 

 

 











City Harvest Church goer forgives S’poreans, govt for maligning church, leaders

City Harvest Church goer forgives S’poreans, govt for maligning church, leaders

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We must pray for those who go against City Harvest Church, Kong Hee and Sun Ho.

kong-hee-congregation

Dear New Nation Editors,

I am deeply saddened by the reactions of my fellow Singaporeans to the guilty verdict of my dearest pastor Kong Hee.

As a long time member of City Harvest Church, the public clearly does not understand the sacrifices he has had to make in the name of God.

When I first received Sun Ho’s Chinese pop CD in 2003, I thought to myself: “What kind of devil’s music is this?”

But as I listened more, it began to dawn on me that I was being overly prudish and she was actually spreading the word of God in the form of Satan-worshipping music to beat the devil at his own game.

Indeed, the more involved I became at the Church, the more I began to understand that I could not even begin to comprehend God’s plan and the plans pastor Kong had for me, the church, its congregation and Singapore as a whole.

You see, I am but mortal. Pastor Kong is The Chosen One.

Without his light shining like a beacon of conscience, the gays, prostitutes and the opposition would start to take over Singapore. Satan would then have a hub to take over the world.

So it was with deep love that I decided to dedicate 30 percent of my husband’s salary each month to help fund Sun Ho’s music career as part of the Crossover Project.

As a good Christian, I have an obligation to my saviour to spread his message: From Singapore to Malaysia, to Taiwan, to China and even to the town of sin, Hollywood.

It must have been extremely difficult for Pastor Kong to see his wife in such disgusting states of undress in public all the time when she was there and for her to live in the heart of the most unholy places on Earth, Beverly Hills.

I’ve watched the TV series 90210 when I was younger. These people have no morals.

But like lepers, the Man and Woman of God must go to the sick to heal the sick.

People outside the church don’t understand us and are so quick to condemn when they haven’t experienced God through His music, sung to thumping beats and a negro man speaking in tongues at the beginning of the song.

I do not understand how “China Wine” or being a Geisha is related to God’s work, but as I said, I’m only mortal. God has a plan, even when I don’t understand. Even when it involves S$23 million. S$50 million. Or a glass manufacturing company.

If Pastor Kong was using that money, it must be God’s will.

Jesus preaches forgiveness, and therefore, we must forgive even if we don’t want to.

So, I forgive the government and the public for misunderstanding and maligning the church.

There’s a special place in hell for people who say nasty things about Kong Hee and an even worse one for those that framed God’s chosen workers.

I pray that it will be like Sodom and Gonorrhea.

Yours truly,
Conservative Nazi

 

 

 

 

 











City Harvest Church goers regret Sun Ho wasn’t paid S$500,000 to stop singing

City Harvest Church goers regret Sun Ho wasn’t paid S$500,000 to stop singing

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They apologise to the rest of the world for her “singing”.

sun-ho-horse-02

City Harvest Church goers from some walks of life, who have seen the error of their ways, have come out to say sorry to the rest of the world for not offering Sun Ho $500,000 of their own money right from the start to stop singing.

This after evidence and testimony revealed in court in August last year, showed that the church had to fork out $500,000 to purchase up to 32,000 unsold Sun Ho Mandarin CDs in 2004, which were distributed to unsuspecting church goers, who each received a copy.

Baey Hiao Bai, a church goer, said: “We knew she couldn’t do this thing called ‘sing’, and we are using this word liberally here.”

“My fellow church goers and I should have acted early on from the get-go to put a complete stop to her attempt at ‘singing’, or so it is called, and none of this would have happened. She should have just received the $500,000 and called it a day but we didn’t manage to make that happen.”

“For this, we are very and truly sorry. We would like to apologise to the other church members for foisting on them her CDs. And to the rest of the world, we are sorry about the warbling and the grand waste of plastic.”

However, not all church goers were unhappy about receiving Sun Ho’s CD.

Kan De Kai, a church goer, said: “I enjoyed Sun Ho’s CD a lot. It works well as a coaster for my mug. And I use the plastic CD cover as a door stopper. And I’ve made a hash out of the CD sleeve.”

 

 

 

 

 











Sun Ho to revive Crossover Project with remake of China Wine, new song to be called China Beer

Sun Ho to revive Crossover Project with remake of China Wine, new song to be called China Beer

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New anthem for winning souls has been eight years in the making.

china-beer-sun-ho-remake

Singaporeans from all walks of life, who try very hard to avert their gaze but are drawn to car wrecks nonetheless, can look forward to more Chinese geisha reggae music.

This after all six current and former City Harvest leaders are facing jail time and fines having been found guilty of all charges levelled against them on Oct. 21, 2015, including criminal breach of trust and falsification of accounts.

As a result of their foreseeable absence in the near future, Sun Ho will revive the Crossover Project herself with a remake of China Wine, her empowering 2007 song focusing on women’s rights.

The new song is tentatively called China Beer, which will once again try to tap into the market of heathens like what was attempted previously before everyone involved was arrested and charged in court.

One source, He Pi Jio, who is familiar with the revival of the Crossover Project meant to spread the Word to all corners of the globe through the misappropriating and careless pairing of unrelated cultures, said: “China Beer attempts to bring the intellectual level of China Wine down a notch.”

“The past test audience found that China Wine was too deep and philosophical for mainstream taste and it was hard to explain how a Chinese geisha doing black music was related to the message of the saviour.”

“So that was where it ran into a lot of problems.”

“With China Beer, the aim is to go straight into the music video to feature the best elements of China Wine, such as the gyrating and speaking in tongues.”

Other Singaporeans who are supportive of the Crossover Project revival, said besides doing the obvious of avoiding round-tripping of donation funds again and then trying to hide the evidence, it is imperative to stay true to the cause.

Another local, Xing Ye Shu, said: “The most important thing is that we shouldn’t see this guilty verdict as a setback.”

“Well, the success rate of the Crossover Project would have definitely been higher had it been Serina Wee fronting it.”

“But the only one who is not going anywhere anytime in the meantime is Sun Ho, so we’ll just make do with what we have.”

“We’re really looking forward to a second wind.”

At press time, a glass manufacturing company is being set up.

 

 

 

 

 











City Harvest Church goers regret not paying Sun Ho S$500,000 to stop singing

City Harvest Church goers regret not paying Sun Ho S$500,000 to stop singing

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They apologise to the rest of the world for her “singing”.

sun-ho-horse-02

A group of City Harvest Church goers have come out to say sorry to the rest of the world for not offering Sun Ho $500,000 of their own money right from the start to stop singing.

This after evidence and testimony revealed in court in August last year, showed that the church had to fork out $500,000 to purchase up to 32,000 unsold Sun Ho Mandarin CDs in 2004, which were distributed to unsuspecting church goers, who each received a copy.

Baey Hiao Bai, a church goer, said: “We knew she couldn’t do this thing called ‘sing’, and we are using this word liberally here.”

“My fellow church goers and I should have acted early on from the get-go to put a complete stop to her attempt at ‘singing’, or so it is called, and none of this would have happened. She should have just received the $500,000 and called it a day but we didn’t manage to make that happen.”

“For this, we are very and truly sorry. We would like to apologise to the other church members for foisting on them her CDs. And to the rest of the world, we are sorry about the warbling and the grand waste of plastic.”

However, not all church goers were unhappy about receiving Sun Ho’s CD.

Kan De Kai, a church goer, said: “I enjoyed Sun Ho’s CD a lot. It works well as a coaster for my mug. And I use the plastic CD cover as a door stopper. And I’ve made a hash out of the CD sleeve.”