Christianity such as many other religions, which is very popular in the country of the republic of singapore, especially among those who thought that it is a westerner religion, many of the young youthful singaporeans follow whatever they think is westernised.
many enterprising 'believers' immediately scent the trememdrous business opportunities among the christian community. so, many young generation are rather inspired to be a pastor, or some would rather prefered to be called reverend so and so...
so far; a couple of so called mega church were born, due to some, indeed; very charamatic orators. we would not question the religion that they are selling. But as a result of their successful entrepreneurship; many copy cats organizations or the so called para churches were born like the spring shoots after the rain.
these para organizations called themselves halve way home/houses, built in the name of helping the ex-offenders to re-intergrate into the singapore's society.
one can easily count or find out from the directory, there must be at least not less than twenty such 'halfway houses'.
many of the ex convicts having incarcerated for long period of time, it was in fact difficult for re-integration into a fast pace and sometime heartless society.
these; constitute the great opportunity for blantant exploitation.
from a studies of those Singaorean 1/2 way homes, though not all; but it is not unsafe to say that bout 85 per cent of these homes are run by ex-con (rehabilitated prisoners.) some had recently even extent their 'helps' to those mentally under privileged.
not all ex con are unschooled, but not all unschooled ex-what have you can be a good leader. And of course; not all good gang leader can be a good church leader.
if one studies the methodologies these homes employed, some may even mistaken it as it was running a secret society (SS.)
A few of the tabloids, hunger for juicy stuff to print; imagine, a guy covered the whole body with tattoos, an ex ss memeber and is now 'rehabilitated' to be a papstor or whatever... kinda juicy isn't it??
But has anyone stop to think, were ALL the interviewee sincerely, willingly, wholeheartedly, without reserved wanted their not so glory past to be published in the paper for the world to read?? OR was is pre-arranged by the leader who needed the publicity for advertise and promote their company?
how many hours had the interviewer stayed with them???
how much that was broadcast in the public media is choreographed???
should the public media be used as a advertising instruments to meet some selfish indidual to satisfy their own ego?? shouldn't the news paper reports nothing but the truth???
our real concern is, if these organizatios are using a popular religion as a front for their company (enterprising.) and ripping all the benefits that the benevelent singaporean government is graciously grantingly them.
we think, the public should protect and help those ex prisoners, drug abusers or mentally disadvantaged, NOT the organization or the individual that enjoys the lime light; and make themselve famous.
i will review to you, later on. How the tens of thousands publics' donation were channelled to benefit only a few elites.
i will also expose, how the not so intellegents are made to do hard labour jobs.
finally; i also hope to expose to you. what kind of religion are they preaching? as compare to the holy book uses by the christians all over the world for over thousands of years, and how this mere small little group of peaple ( or rather a few individuals.) were trying to insinuate; that they are the only CORRECT ones....
more insider news and actual happenings, just stay with me
oh! now the latest trend is just add a 'NEW' to any of your work or company, and you will be the in thing.
The particular NEW halfway home i would love to introduce to you with great passsion is called the NewCharis(pronounce karis) Mission Singapore. stay with me to learn more about using a great name like Jesus Christ; and you will be able to anything; literally. Who can fight with Jesus Christ anyway???
chow see u tomorrow.