S’porean Christians finding ways to defend moral future of nation

Posted on 19 February 2013

They are against irresponsible, immoral consumption of certain foods and beverages.

It appears that the age-old adage “You are what you eat” is ringing truer than ever here in Singapore among some Christian circles.

Several groups of Christians are reportedly doing up a list and printing pamphlets to inform others like them to watch their diets closely to avoid contaminating their bodies with certain types of foods.

They want to stop irresponsible and immoral consumption as it can cause man-love.

For example, straight men are discouraged from consuming











On the other hand, gay men are encouraged to drink copious amounts of Pokka Straight Red Tea.


This will help to realign any crooked sexual disorientation.

This process of watching what one puts into one’s mouth is tantamount to defending the moral future of the nation.

And it comes after a meeting between Law Minister K Shanmugam and leaders of a network of churches that frowns upon man-love — ironically called, LoveSingapore.

Pastor Lawrence Khong of Faith Community Baptist Church said the leaders and the Law Minister talked about “defending the moral future” of the nation at the meeting.

Lawrence had written to the Law Minister previously and the meeting took place on Feb. 15, which was Total Defence Day.

However, it is not known how or if the public-at-large can ever defend itself from this type of Christians.

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  • Kai

    Your boldest satire yet!