TheWayangParty: LEAKED: Appeal to Prime Minister on values of marriage and family

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6 May 2009

From The Informant Network Team:

Here’s another email forwarded to Prime Minister Lee, a few PAP MPs and many other people to manipulate public perception against the CSE.

The segment on homosexuality takes up only 5 minutes of the 3 hour CSE which is taught only to 11 schools in Singapore.

It is most ridiculous to accuse it as part of a homosexual plot to undermine the institution of marriage in Singapore.

Since the programme was already in place since 2006 and its content is widely known, why are these “concerned” parents taking action only now in the aftermath of the Aware saga?

They should be spending time and effort instead to reverse the rising divorce rates in Singapore which has nothing to do with homosexuality.

Dear PM Lee,

I am writing as a concerned parent with regards to the gay community and activists having again staged another push of their homosexual agenda into the schools and education; through hijacking “sex education” in our public school curriculum and in doing so, trying to purport and redefine the meaning of marriage and the meaning of family.

Our definition on Family and Marriage is unequivocal; “The family is the basic building block of our society and we want to keep it so. And by “family” in Singapore, we mean one man one woman, marrying, having children and bringing up children within that framework of a stable family unit.” This stand is in absolute agreement and uniform to your Government policy’s stand on Family and Marriage.

Prime Minister, in your policy statement on the debate on Homosexuality in Parliament on 23 Oct 2007, you explained succinctly the Government’s stand and why 377A was not repeal. In your speech you also rightly preempted this present move by the gay activist to PUSH FOR MORE, “to change what taught in schools, to advocate same-sex marriages and parenting”.

Again quoting from your same speech, Mr. Prime Minister, on the Government’s stand and on Singaporean society’s stand and definition on Marriage and Family; you stated, “Many Members have said this, but it is true and it is worth saying again. Singapore is basically a conservative society. The family is the basic building block of our society. It has been so and, by policy, we have reinforced this and we want to keep it so. And by “family” in Singapore, we mean one man one woman, marrying, having children and bringing up children within that framework of a stable family unit.”

Further in your statement, you reiterated; “But a heterosexual stable family is a social norm. It is what we teach in schools. It is also what parents want their children to see as their children grow up, to set their expectations and encourage them to develop in this direction. I think the vast majority of Singaporeans want to keep it this way. They want to keep our society like this, and so does the Government.” … “This is the way Singapore society is today. This is the way the majority of Singaporeans want it to be. So, we should strive to maintain a balance, to uphold a stable society with traditional, heterosexual family values, but with space for homosexuals to live their lives and contribute to the society.”

So as the silent majority of Singaporean of many whom are not anti-gay; but who are strenuously opposed to these follow-up moves by the gay campaigners to push their agenda “to change what is taught in the schools, to advocate same-sex marriages and parenting”; firstly, we strongly stated our unequivocal support to you, our Prime Minister, Mr. Lee Hsien Loong, and the abovementioned Government’s policy on Marriage and Family; and secondly to urge the Minister of Education and the Ministry of Education to come into alignment, promote and educate our children in strict adherent to this policy in all their schools’ syllabus and sex education programs.

We want to further remind you Mr. Prime Minister of your own pragmatic balance to this issue that can polarize our society; and strongly urge you not to allow or encourage activists to champion gay rights as they do in the West so that there is space in Singapore and room for us to live harmoniously and practically, all as Singapore citizens together.

“I think we have also been right to adapt, to accommodate homosexuals in our society, but not to allow or encourage activists to champion gay rights as they do in the West. So I suggest, Mr Speaker, and I suggest to the Members of the House, we keep this balance, leave section 377A alone. I think there is space in Singapore and room for us to live harmoniously and practically, all as Singapore citizens together.” Lee Hsien Loong in Parliament on 23 Oct 2007 as recorded by Official Parliamentary Reports (Hansard).

I must stress most emphatically: The love all Singaporeans should extend to those who are afflicted with homosexualism or lesbianism should only be that of loving these homosexuals and lesbians, enough – to most seriously and lovingly help them to be freed from homosexualism or lesbianism. No different from those who are afflicted with drug addiction, alcohol addiction, sex addiction and etc.

Should Singaporeans also tolerate any introduction of “Comprehensive Health Programme” that regards drug addiction, alcohol addiction, sex addiction and etc to be “neutral“? I must also stress: Those religious leaders who openly teach homosexualism and lesbianism to be sins, and who demonstrate genuine love for homosexuals and lesbians by reaching out to free them from such addictions – are the precious honest, truthful religious leaders Singapore and humanity need.

Majulah Singapura!

Thank you.

Yours sincerely,

Nga Thio Ping
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