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  1. unruly says

    This is great because between Leno and DeGeneres, those hotels have lost two of the most often used hosts of their ballrooms for events (charity, foundation, awards.)

  2. MaryM says

    Isn’t the Sultan of Brunei one of the richest people in the world.

    Aside from his hotels what other businesses is he involved in?

    Has there been an international arrest warrant issued for his crimes against humanity.

  3. jamal49 says

    Well, I’m surprised but now that he’s a private citizen more or less maybe he feels free to be more open about his politics. Thanks, Jay. We need good people like you to help us expose the perfidy of muslim and christian extremism against LGBT people worldwide.

  4. anon says

    Oddly, the Sultan of Brunei enacted these Sharia laws as part of a series of small democratic reforms! They were on the list of popular laws people wanted enacted. However, there was also a lot of pressure from religious leaders in the country to pass them. Considering how he rules over a vast number of native tribesmen and non-Muslims, I can’t see how majority rule here is such a great idea though.

  5. Adam says

    Yes, the Sultan of Brunei is one of the richest men in the world. OIL money. He owns many, many businesses around the world. I wonder why they are picking on this very gay-friendly hotel. I suppose it’s because it’s an easy drive.

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