Petition to remove pro-gay Facebook platform from Lawrence Khong’s life gathers steam

Posted on 03 June 2016

Highly religious Singaporeans demand Facebook to stop penetrating into magician’s life.

"I use these three fingers for scrolling on mobile."

“I use these three fingers for scrolling on mobile.”

More than 140,000 highly religious Singaporeans from that particular walk of life, who like to dabble in other people’s business because they see it as a form of duty, have signed a petition demanding heathen pro-gay organisation Facebook to leave magician Lawrence Khong alone.

This after it was discovered that the homosexuality-linked social media network is still penetrating the life of Lawrence Khong and desecrating his purity as a highly religious person.

One Singaporean who signed the petition, Qu Jiao Tang, said: “I demand Facebook to stop its shady tactics of infiltrating and penetrating Lawrence Khong’s life.”

“We all know Lawrence Khong is a highly religious person. He does not need this affront to his morals. Facebook better stop trying to influence him to be pro-gay since we all know Facebook is a gay platform used to promote the homosexual lifestyle.”

Other highly religious people are confident that by signing a petition, they can get their way with Facebook because they will also threaten to leave Facebook altogether if Facebook does not comply with their wishes of leaving Lawrence Khong alone first.

Another highly religious person, Yeshu Aini, said: “Yes, I also use Facebook. But it is my duty as a highly religious person to remind others of not using Facebook as it is clearly a gay platform.”

“I know that I am strong in my beliefs and I will not succumb to homosexuality but I am not sure if others are as strong as me.”

“We are a community that keeps each other in check and to mind other people’s business.”

“Therefore, we demand Facebook leave Lawrence Khong alone now, or we will all leave Facebook together at once.”







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