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I was thinking of getting 5-600 Church of England believers together and marching through East London or Bradford in protest at lack of Protestant school assemblies each morning and the belittling of our Church which we feel most passionate about, we will carry banners objecting to Moslem pressure causing a breakdown in C of E teachings
We will of course call for objectors to be imprisoned, which is all right do you think.

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5-600... Not a defined number then?! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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you cant do that you'll upset the pc brigade!

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I'll come with you PA !

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The pc brigade when talking about religious hatred tend to on speak about moslem and jewish religions.
The Government want to bring in a law banning religious hatred,but have a law 'The Act Of Settlement' on the statute book that says that a catholic cannot be king.
If the new law comes into place,what are the Government going to do about Firework Night which is historically an anti catholic festival.So much so that to this day a effigy of the pope is still burnt in a festival in Lewes.
By rights if the new law is passed Firework Night should be abolished.

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catholic cannot be king


That is because the Catholic religion has far too many mafia ties.

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We be the mafiosi!

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catholic cannot be king


That is because the Catholic religion has far too many mafia ties.


The royal family have been described as the mafia by some so the union should be perfect.

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The world would be a much better place without religion. It causes so many problems!

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It is the humans within organized religion that make the problems. Far too much man made doctrine gets in the way, and it is the hypocrites who ruin it. We all know people who profess to be Christian but lead a totally different lifestyle.

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I was thinking of getting 5-600 Church of England believers together.

You don't even get 5-6000 Church of England belivers in church on a sunday, let alone gathered for a march...

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It is the humans within organized religion that make the problems. Far too much man made doctrine gets in the way, and it is the hypocrites who ruin it. We all know people who profess to be Christian but lead a totally different lifestyle.


One look at the government run by the scotts orthodox church confirms your every word on hypocracy

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Obviously pabird is making a point about double standards, with which I would wholeheartedly agree.

However, as a non religious person, I would have to organise a humanist/atheist counter-march on the same day, to protest about any religion have any influenceon daily life or political issues, being taught or accepted in any school other than in the context of history or geography, and the existence of faith schools of any denomination.

It's probably just me and you then pabird................

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No, not just you as I find myself in total agreement with you about schools of any denomination being wrong.

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It's probably just me and you then pabird................

Lass is committed C of E then Invis

Of course it was a point made, the "true faith" as so many differing factions claim their faith to be, has caused more wars and blood baths than any other corrupt thinking.
The links between Pope and Hitler are genuine, the USA back to roots hymn singing born again etc mentality has produced a mentally retarded blind faith army of white middle class Americans who bless every act of war the Americans perpetrate.
The truth behind Muslem thinking is that it aligns with RC and Protestant thinking of 2 to 300 years past
A couple of questions:
1,why have senior Muslems not raged against the hordes of teenagers throwing rocks and petrol bombs at solders (some peace lovers them)

2,Instead of saying nothing why have senior Muslems supported protest marches against the cartoonist from Denmark when they should be explaining to their insensitive youth the traditions of the west
They are joining us in the west, when I worked in the middle and Far East I abided by their laws and respected their culture
Our PC crowd have plenty to answer for.

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the "true faith" as so many differing factions claim their faith to be, has caused more wars and blood baths than any other corrupt thinking


Nope, it is people saying what they are doing is in the name of "religion" or they are doing it for God or Allah or whomever they believe in. The Bible does not say to go out and kill in the name of God.

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the "true faith" as so many differing factions claim their faith to be, has caused more wars and blood baths than any other corrupt thinking


Nope, it is people saying what they are doing is in the name of "religion" or they are doing it for God or Allah or whomever they believe in. The Bible does not say to go out and kill in the name of God.


That is what I meant in saying the corrupt thinking, I.E. it is bending Koran and bible etc thinking to suit their own twisted minds

We now have a substantive survey (poll) claiming 80% of muslims (in the UK) would like to see sharia law enacted in British courts, fine but only for guilty muslims and I imagine they wish to include stoning, amputation, beheading etc.
No! on second thoughts bad idea! They would only insist on murdering their women folk for adultery or refusal to carry through an enforced
marriage to some unknown

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Some religions do have some strange rules which their believers have to follow. Sounds too much like a cult to me!

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At least the Muslim women aren't THAT stupid.

The reason why they walk ten paces behind their husbands has nothing to do with subservience................






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