erm...what GRC and political party was he from? The name very familiar and the photo is familiar..
I'm not a very religious person, in fact I only believe in doing good and not doing things against conscience and to help the poor whenever it is within my capabilities.
(P.S: Dear Moderators, if the picture you think is offensive please let me know. I will remove it )
>>> ----- Forwarded Message -----
>>> Sent: Saturday, February 4, 2012 7:56 AM
>>> Subject: Re: Fw: Fwd: Siew Kum Hong's disrespectful act
>>> Dear Friends,
>>> A friend from Church alerted me to this disrespectful act by former
>>> Nominated Member of Parliament Siew Kum Hong. In the screenshot which I have
>>> attached below, shows Siew Kum Hong disrespectfully "shared" on his Facebook
>>> account a picture of Jesus Christ with the captions (Pardon me for my
>>> rudeness) "F***ing Lag Took 3 Days to Respawn". According to my nephew, the
>>> word "Respawn" is used in a negative context in computer gaming which means
>>> the "rebirth of an enemy".
>>> Siew Kum Hong is a former NMP, legally trained and I heard he currently
>>> works in Yahoo Singapore. As a public figure, he should be mindful of what
>>> he does on the internet and practise sensitivity to the Christian community.
>>> He has indirectly agreed with the blasphemous picture when he shared the
>>> picture on his Facebook account.
>>> This is not the first time Siew Kum Hong disrespected the Christian
>>> community, some of my friends were dismayed when he staunchly supported the
>>> homo community and defended their unnatural behaviours in Parliament!
>>> I would like to seek your opinions whether a Police Report could be filed
>>> against Siew Kum Hong.
>>> But then, I honestly think the Government should also hold some
>>> accountability by appointing NMP into the parliament because NMPs were not
>>> voted in by the people and they do not represent the people. Thus Government
>>> MUST scrutinize NMP's values, integrity and their responsibility to the
>>> Singaporeans before their appointment into the Parliament.