Related: Pastor Lawrence Khong: I don't understand why the govt allows Pink Dot to go ahead The first paragraph of the recent statment by Lawrence Khong can be easily used on him: I find it totally confounding that Pink Dot Lawrence Khong is allowed to promotetheir his agenda. I find it even more disconcerting that the event Christianity is being used as a platform of public persuasion to push their alternative lifestyle.
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Psychiatrist Scott Mendelson is the author of the book, The Great Singapore Penis Panic And The Future Of American Mass Hysteria. They tied strings or attached clamps to their penises because they were convinced that their private parts were going to shrink and cause them to die. Bizarre? It happened to hundreds of men in Singapore in 1967. US psychiatrist Scott Mendelson talks about the Koro epidemic in his book, The Great Singapore Penis Panic And The Future Of American Mass Hysteria.
Pastor Lawrence Khong, from Faith Community Baptist Church, has issued another statement against the Pink Dot event highlighting that he does not understand why the government allows it to continue. Here is his statement in full: "I find it totally confounding that Pink Dot is allowed to promote their agenda. I find it even more disconcerting that the event is being used as a platform of public persuasion to push their alternative lifestyle.
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The Singapore Armed Forced promoted over 500 personnel and held a promotion ceremony yesterday attended by Minister of Defence, Ng Eng Hen and second minister of defence, Chan Chun Sing. Among the notable promotions was that of the Chief of Army, Perry Lim. Mr Lim was promoted from Brigadier-General to Major-General. SAF explained that the round of promotions was in order to recognise the efforts of personnel who have performed well.
I am writing in with regards to the LGBT issue with some facts and a history lesson and hopefully let you people decide on your stand. You see, 23 years ago, when I was in my Primary school days and if I see a group of classmates making fun of gays, I would join in. I would probably be the worst asshole of them all. But today, I know better and I want to do my part in making things right. In fact, just this month I made a police report about a Christian that goes to church regularly, is married with kids, who has cheated my money and caused so much problems/misery to my life. I was almost homeless and suicidal at that time.
This article appeared in the Straits Times in 1983 when interest rates on Singaporeans' CPF contributions was 6.5% (the highest ever) compared to the 2.5% today, and higher than the 5.25% members received in 1965. In an easy to understand question and answer format, the article lays out the fundamental objectives of the CPF and why CPF contribution amounts for employers and employees increased from 10% in 1955 to 46% in 1983 (Part of the answer - to provide "a cheap source of finance for the government. The CPF purchases government stock and the government loans the money cheaply to the HDB.").