Sunday, February 17, 2013

"Spreading Christianity Is A Crime..."

Spreading Christianity is a crime in this predominantly Muslim North African country.

Meanwhile, "Prime Minister Stephen Harper will unveil the government’s long-awaited Office of Religious Freedom and name Canada’s first religious freedom ambassador at a Toronto-area Ahmadiyya Muslim community centre on Tuesday."

Somehow I doubt he's going to go all waggy-finger on them.
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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Canada itself is a third world country because of its Mideval laws. Canadian law actually states that a baby isn't a 'human' until it has completely been removed from its mother. This allows for abortion at any stage of pregnancy, including partial-birth abortion in Canada. Also, since a fetus has no human rights, if a pregnant woman is injured in a violent crime, injury or death of the fetus is not a crime. PM Harper actually voted to uphold that criminal law in 2013 despite irrefutable medical evidence that a fetus is a viable human in the third trimester of pregnancy! Talk about third-world-ignorant!

RkBall said...

Canada's laws and attitudes with respect to abortion are a blight on a wonderful country.

Anonymous said...

Why the Harper bashing! He needs the votes! It’s either him of Justin Trudeau next trip around. I go Harper and the Muslims any day over Trudeau and the Muslims!

RkBall said...

No argument there, Anon.

Anonymous said...

The 'Office for Religious Freedom'. Oh great another stupid bureau wasting money.

Somehow I doubt he's going to go all waggy-finger on them.

AHAHA. What else will he do?

RkBall said...

Remind them of the attempt to behead him?

Anon1152 said...

Surely you must feel better now that the head of the Office of Religious Freedom is a Christian...

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/story/2013/02/19/pol-ambassdor-office-religious-freedom-announced.html

RkBall said...

In this day and age it's a gutsy move.

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"