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Gay people key to promoting religious harmony: religious leaders

Gay people key to promoting religious harmony: religious leaders

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Homosexual person to lead inter-religious talks from now on


Scary boh?

Christian and Muslim extremists in Singapore have banded together in a historically unprecedented move.

Both senior pastor Lawrence Khong from the Faith Community Baptist Church, and the less famous Noor Deros, a 28-year-old Islamic religious teacher, have agreed to wear white this Saturday in opposition of the Pink Dot picnic in Hong Lim Park this Saturday afternoon.

As such, the Inter-Religious Organisation (IRO) in Singapore has decided to appoint a gay person as its head, in a symbolic move of unity.

“This is why there’s religious conflict in Malaysia,” said IRO spokesperson Ling Ling Long, a part-time Tang Ki. “Because they don’t have homos to frighten them into friendship.”

It is unclear, however, if the gay appointee to the IRO will be male or female. Rumours are abound that AMARE has been lobbying for a backdoor entry for their candidate and is likely to be successful in penetrating the organisation.

Fag group fails to overthrow gov’t

Fag group fails to overthrow gov’t

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By Josie Low

A radical gang of gays and transvestites held a protest at Hong Lim Park on Saturday in a failed attempt to overthrow the government. Dubbed the Pink Dot rally, the fringe group has held the event since 2009 with marginal success, as Singapore has still retained its traditional Asian values.

According to the gay-leaning online media which believed the Pink Dot press release without question, 15,000 people turned up for the event and flashed pink lights to show support for sexually deviant heathens. These included celebrities from television, which has also been turning pro-gay, such as Sharon Au and Lim Yu-Beng. Effeminate faggot Kumar, who still has scrotum, also made an appearance.

New Nation estimates that the true attendance was probably only 150 as organisers failed to provide a buffet dinner, shopping vouchers and free drinks for participants.

“Pink Dot was a massive failure this year compared to previous years,” said self-styled political pundit Eric de Yaya.

“The organisers couldn’t even get the participants to form a proper circle. Even the Singapore flyer at the background looked more like a dot compared to the pink mass, which looks more like a vagina,” he said.

The “pink dot” this year, looking more like a scrotum-less man.

Most Singaporeans say that the country is not ready to accept gays, if ever. In a recent survey by the West Boon Lay Baptist Church, which polled 20 of its own members, 19 out of 20 Singaporeans would disown their children if they found out he was a faggot.

“Ours is still a conservative society,” said former NMP Lao Char Bor, who is a full-time lawyer and previously campaigned hard against the repelling of 377A, a law that has been crucial in maintaining the standards of morality in Singapore since 1938.

“If we fail to respect the law, we fail to respect our traditions and that will ultimately lead us down a slippery slope beyond just anal penetration — who knows, one day we could even condone sexual acts with Koi fish,” she said.

Despite assertions by promotors of homosexuality, young people are also fervently against the spread of the fag disease.

Daniel Yong is one example. Spotted on the periphery of Hong Lim Park during Pink Dot, he told New Nation that as a celibate young man, he hates gays, and frequently fantasises about them tumbling around in the hot sweaty pit of hell with the devil standing in a corner wearing a red skin-tight outfit.

“I hate gays, more than I hate old people. I look forward to the day of reckoning when I can watch these fags burn from the clouds in heaven. But for now, I’ll just think about whipping them with my leather belt,” he said.

The fag disease is the devil’s making. But with God’s grace and some help from counsellors and pastors, the devil from within can be expelled.