Religious Tolerance

What is religious tolerance?
Straight off the web it says:-
Religious toleration is when people allow other people to think about god(s) in ways that they do not think are true.

They tolerate religious beliefs and practices which are different from their own beliefs or lack of beliefs.

Nice isn’t it?
Yet in real life it’s about the few imposing their will on the many.
In the UK it’s where the government pursues a policy of YOU WILL accept and embrace other faiths, cultures, and their religion based laws’.

Imposed by the relentless aggressive forced inclusion of others by multiculturalism and political correctness policies backed up by one-sided laws. That and calling protest RACISM and RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE.

Anyone think that’s a bit strong?
Welcome to my blog little sheeple.
Take two aspirin and see the doctor in the morning.

If something is forced upon me, that affects my base values.
When it forces me to accept the unacceptable.
That changes the way I have to live my life!
Especially when the government approved it all through weakness.

I tend to get a “little” wound up!


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One Response to Religious Tolerance

  1. equippedcat says:

    One expects a person who believes in a particular God to attempt to spread that faith; it is usually intrinsic in a religion to “share the truth”. What is a bit surprising is that many atheists are equally evangelical; going to significant lengths to convert religious people to their point of view. Then again, it is not that surprising, since someone who does not believe in a God should not be held to that God’s rules. If God wants to set up rules for His own benefit, then it is up to Him to enforce them. Man should only set up rules for the benefit of Man.

    As for imposing their views on their “subjects”, governments tend to be inherently good at that. Governments also seem to be focused on greasing the squeaky wheel, and ignoring the cliff the wagon is headed for.

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