Straits Times still pushing for homo sexual agenda

From: baldeagle
Date: Tue, 12 May 2009 22:44:49 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Wed, May 13 2009 1:44 pm
Subject: Straits Times ...still pushing for homo sexual agenda. It is time, for the publisher should change the editorial team.

Straits Times continue to push their homo sexual agenda...by
publishing articles in the Forum page in support of deviant (not
mainstream) values ...and censoring pro-main stream articles.

Today, a writer in Forum ...try to justify the reinstatement of
AWARE's homo sexuality program in school, by saying that the
internet, cinema, songs glorify popular (homo sexual) culture . and as
such, MOE should allow outside contractor to offer sex education
programs on alternative 'views'... to under age students (to be in
line with the so-called 'popular culture'). Formal sex education
offered by schools now and values taught at homes by parents are not
good enough.

The Editor's heading say that instilling values is a complex task and
imply that MOE and the parents are not up to the task.

Such irrational arguments/insinuations are being promoted in Straits
Times nowadays. Time to change the editorial team.


Newsgroups: soc.culture.singapore
From: mrthinkt...@gmail.com
Date: Wed, 13 May 2009 04:44:00 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Re: Straits Times ...still pushing for homo sexual agenda. It is time, for the publisher should change the editorial team.

On May 12, 10:44 pm, baldeagle wrote:
> Straits Times continue to push their homo sexual agenda...by
> publishing articles in the Forum page in support of deviant (not
> mainstream) values ...and censoring pro-main stream articles.

> Today, a writer in Forum ...try to justify the reinstatement of
> AWARE's homo sexuality program in school, by saying that the
> internet, cinema, songs glorify popular (homo sexual) culture . and as
> such, MOE should allow outside contractor to offer sex education
> programs on alternative 'views'... to under age students (to be in
> line with the so-called 'popular culture'). Formal sex education
> offered by schools now and values taught at homes by parents are not
> good enough.

> The Editor's heading say that instilling values is a complex task and
> imply that MOE and the parents are not up to the task.

> Such irrational arguments/insinuations are being promoted in Straits
> Times nowadays. Time to change the editorial team.

it is amazing how this letter deserve a prominent space in the ST
Forum. The writer
at the conclusion said that students shoud be given a chance to give
their views. Doesnt
he know the purpose of eduction for this young group is to mould their
character for later years in life. If they can decide on matters like
this they need not go to school . At later later years in life they
can make their own decisions. i think Something
is amiss in ST group on this matter.

Newsgroups: soc.culture.singapore, soc.culture.malaysia, soc.culture.china, soc.culture.usa, soc.culture.british
From: "LobertEatSHIT"
Date: Wed, 13 May 2009 21:19:18 +0800
Local: Wed, May 13 2009 9:19 pm
Subject: Re: Straits Times ...still pushing for homo sexual agenda. It is time, for the publisher should change the editorial team.

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On May 12, 10:44 pm, baldeagle wrote:

> The Editor's heading say that instilling values is a complex task and
> imply that MOE and the parents are not up to the task.

> Such irrational arguments/insinuations are being promoted in Straits
> Times nowadays. Time to change the editorial team.

Hehe...even the name of the writer is
a give away...
All these are gay and lesbos trying to
sound "logical" in trying to promote their
gay lifestyle. They are now using fancy euphemism
for the word gay...."alternative", "current"....with the
intent of fooling the gullible and the young.

These arse lovers have been given the green
light to promote their agenda in medias and being
promoted as the "in" crowd to attract the young.
In the old days, these weirdos will be laughed at
and derided if they ever dare to go public....now
will all the possible gay kangaroos and ministers
already hiding in the system, they have been emboldened
by the "protection" by these big brothers...

Soon, all these gays may even takeover the government
and even decide that heterosex is illegal. A sure sign
that its the end of stinkapoor, just like Rome did.
LOL.

>it is amazing how this letter deserve a prominent space in the ST
>Forum.

Hehe...surely this is a sign that the editorial is
full of arse lovers who are insidiously giving a
leg up to their brethren to push their common agenda.
Note that we even have a minister with a girl sounding
name...
LOL.

> The writer
>at the conclusion said that students shoud be given a chance to give
>their views.

Ahhh...this is their secret agenda...to empower the
young to be able to decide so that the parents cannot
intervene....just like they did in UK.
Knowing full well that their propaganda is more likely
to convert the young than the battle hardened older
folks....so they will try to legislate that the older citizens
including parents, can no longer hold back the gay
desires of their children....result...MORE GAYS for
stinkapoor.
Next time NS will be full of AKUAS...
LOL.

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