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  1. robinjhislop commented on John Deering over 1 year ago

    Does anyone recall Bhopal?

  2. robinjhislop commented on Mike Luckovich over 1 year ago

    How do you tell one all powerful, invisible entity from another? They all require Faith, Obedience and Intolerance.

  3. robinjhislop commented on Clay Jones over 1 year ago

    It’s a question of mutual respect. Treat other religions or non-believers as you wish to be treated. (I’m paraphrasing some book or other there). I enjoy pork, beef, bacon etc. But I haven’t set up a stand outside a synagogue or mosque.
    Some people object to the Koran being burnt, or the Prophet being drawn. Others object to Bibles being burnt, and Yazadi christian being murdered.
    Those atrocious actions are accepted, because those non-believers are deemed to be less that human, less worthy of life than the Chosen of another religion.
    Can’t we all just get along.

  4. robinjhislop commented on John Deering over 1 year ago

    There are indeed good and bad in every camp. However, not every camp is charged with investigating… or required to put their lives on the line.

  5. robinjhislop commented on Non Sequitur over 1 year ago

    How clearly worded was that law? It sounds like it could be used to justify virtually any prejudice.

    Would it allow atheists to bar Christians, Jews, or any religious group.

    Or was could another religion use it for their freedoms.

    Was Christianity given special treatment?

    Could racism be justified as a heartfelt belief, if the Klan chose to call themselves a religion, would they be recognised…. if not … why not?

  6. robinjhislop commented on Non Sequitur over 1 year ago

    Does the law say whose religious freedoms it is protecting, or who it is excluding. I genuinely don’t know. In any case it feels very dangerous to put on the books. If it’s vague it could be and eventually will be turned against others.
    Imagine the Klan had called themselves a religion and demanded their rights?

    I can imagine what Friedrich Nietzsche would have said.

  7. robinjhislop commented on Rebecca Hendin over 1 year ago

    As time goes on, and the effects become more severe. Their position will change. They will become against ‘wasteful’ gestures, and pretend they never denied the science.

  8. robinjhislop commented on Views of the World over 1 year ago

    Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.

  9. robinjhislop commented on Mike Luckovich over 1 year ago

    He has ventured into the Undiscovered Country. We’ll all make the voyage someday.

  10. robinjhislop commented on Mike Luckovich over 1 year ago

    He lived long, and he prospered.