Highly religious S’poreans must blame themselves for not stopping homosexuality after all these years

Posted on 14 September 2018

Highly religious Singaporeans only have themselves to blame.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who recognise individuals who abdicate their responsibility to skive and not be effective, are taking highly religious Singaporeans to task.

This after highly religious Singaporeans are still fighting against homosexuality in 2018, despite years of going to battle against it and possessing the numerical advantage, but yet not overcoming the gays.

One Singaporean, Zhen Mei Yong, said: “This shows that highly religious Singaporeans are not effective at whatever they are doing. They are failing at stopping the spread of homosexuality.”

“It is obvious that if highly religious Singaporeans were more effective, homosexuality would no longer be a thing in Singapore.”

“Yet, year after year, month after month, week after week, the highly religious Singaporeans will continue to make a lot of noise by rallying themselves, and then later realising homosexuality did not abate but, in fact, become more widespread.”

Other local Singaporeans who are less pronounced in their blame, said highly religious Singaporeans need to reflect.

Another local, Jin Boh Yong, said: “This shows highly religious Singaporeans are failing at their roles as gatekeepers of morality.”

“Highly religious Singaporeans only have themselves to blame.”

“No decisive victory, no securing of a clear win.”

“They are the Arsene Wenger of morality.”


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