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Friday, January 16, 2015

God Bans Freedom of Speech

The Pope (God's mouthpiece on earth, if you are a Catholic) has indicated that God is feeling a little insecure these days, and has said as per the BBC:
"You cannot provoke. You cannot insult the faith of others. You cannot make fun of the faith of others. There is a limit."
It seems to me that the issue lies not with God (were he/she to exist) feeling insecure, but humans feeling insecure about their faiths (if they have one), and those "faiths" being used by some as an excuse to pursue a political "ideology".

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  1. Anonymous11:26 AM

    Why should we not insult and make fun of the faith of others?

    After all, religions of all kinds are just a lot of childish superstitions and daft rituals that should have absolutely no place in modern society.

    The Pope has chosen to live his life by the selective reading and interpretation of a 2,000 year old book. He presides over a network of dubious sexual deviants in the richest institution on earth. And that almost unimaginable wealth has been accumulated by worshiping a guy who had nothing; who used to ride around on a donkey and wear rags and flip-flops.

    In my opinion the Pope is a shifty bastard who should go and fuck himself.

  2. Anonymous7:45 AM

    I can't remember when we didn't mock religion - remember Dave Allan? I also can't remember The State allowing free speech when it felt that a line had been crossed - "Life of Brian" - banned by at least one local authority from being screened. Now it seems that Christianity-mocking is de rigeur whilst mocking of The Religion of Peace is verboten because it demands/requires special treatment.

    I think we used to deal with these things (excepting TROP which we had the good fortune to not come across) by good manners which legislation appears to have replaced.