A Post Amos Yee Deleted On His FB, Sept. 30, 2016 After Sentencing

Amos, as a teenager, you might have gotten a raw deal on your first experimental offense in 2015, but consider yourself very lucky to escape with merely 6 weeks in the slammer for your second recidivist offense — you got a lenient judge.

In my book, I figure a month of Sundays would be fit and proper to learn you an unforgettable lesson never to desecrate certain matters considered sacred and holy. And quit playing the kid card before the press for sympathy.

Rather than grizzling at the authority for punishing a ‘kid’ hell-bent on being perverse in his offense to the point of incurring possibly some death warrant/fatwa on his own head without his even realizing it, instead, you should be mighty grateful to the officials for restoring just in time some semblance of sanity and order in your teen life, lest you continue to lurch uncontrollably towards the abyss of self-destruction through reckless experimentations in juvie tomfoolery dressed in the guise of  ‘freedom of expression’.

Lester Kok                                                                                                                                   September 30, 2016

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