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Monday, September 24, 2012

AIYOH!!!



Hiyoh!!! When is this madness going to end? Will it ever? It would appear that this is the worse time to be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transexual in Malaysia, a land of racial, cultural and religious tolerance. Ha! I always said that "tolerance" will eventually end and become intolerance.

There is a report in The Star today that a local entertainment outlet may be hot water. Their perceived "wrongdoing"? They alledgedly organised parties for the LGBT community.
Huh???!!! Since when has that become a crime? So if I organise a dinner at my steamboat restaurant and invite the LGBT community I can get into trouble with 'the authorities'? What kind of fucked up system is that?

NIAMAH!!!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Funny how the second story from the same link was about a victim ran over by snatch thieves.. yet no real actions stated on what the authorities are going to do to improve this. Since when was there a law against gathering for LGBT's - nothing that I can think of.. straightened out your priorities government!

Anonymous said...

the end of days is coming.
so better be ready for general election and the results ,Oh ,i nearly forgots BN did shop for guns not long ago.many guns going to be stolen and resell for profits.
today pahang states is going to cut water supply to selangor.. so better be screw by pahang state government.

BN dont show your beautiful side on news/ on your face/ but we all educated know whats is your agenda.

Anonymous said...

You certainly fit the profile of The Star reader = dumb to waste RM1.20 a day on weekday and RM1.50 on weekend.

V-necker said...

BN discriminates LGBT community.

LGBT community should not give their votes to BN.

Simple as that.

Anonymous said...

As narrow minded as it may seems, our country's Rukun Negara did state "Kepercayaan Kepada Tuhan".. and that includes religious beliefs. While some religions do not mention anything regarding LGBT (and hence we can say these religions neither approve nor forbid LGBT movement), Christianity and Islam (whether in the sacred texts or authorities) do forbid LGBT lifestyle.

i am no pro BN nor Pakatan, but an apple should be called an apple, and that is that.

~Jper

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