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Highly religious S’poreans urge one another to turn the other cheek to Amos Yee

Posted on 28 March 2017

This is the correct thing to do.


Highly religious Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like to dabble in other people’s business and occasionally feel offended from time to time, have urged one another to turn the other cheek to Amos Yee.

This after they read that for it has been written, the meek shall inherit the earth.

One highly religious Singaporean, Qu Jiao Tang, said: “From Jonah to Noah to Moses, we have seen how others before us have been tested and put in difficult situations.”

“We are not the first. Neither will we be the last. Take comfort in this knowledge, my brothers and sisters.”

“To be highly religious, we must turn the other cheek to Amos Yee even though we feel offended by him.”

“That is the correct thing to do.”

Other highly religious Singaporeans said Amos Yee was sent to Earth for a purpose because everything has been ordained.

Another highly religious local, Xing Ye Shu, said: “This is our time to shine.”

“We must lead by example and be the shining lights in our community.”

“If Amos Yee were gay, we would oppose more vehemently though.”







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