KillerMovies - Movies That Matter!

REGISTER HERE TO JOIN IN! - It's easy and it's free!
Home » Misc » Conspiracy Forum » Freedom to discriminate against religion

Freedom to discriminate against religion
Started by: cdtm

Forum Jump:
Post New Thread    Post A Reply
  Last Thread   Next Thread
Senior Member

Gender: Unspecified
Location: United States

Freedom to discriminate against religion

A thought occurs to me:

Imagine you live in a world where the majority worship's Chutulu. There are a minority who don't worship Chutulu, and nobody likes them. But because there's religious freedoms in place, they can't just silence them or get rid of them from public spaces.

So the Chutulu worshippers hatch a scheme: "Freedom from religion."

Make it so NOBODY can worship in public spaces. Shame the heck out of them, ban it from the workplace, military service, and government.

The idea is that the majority won't be affected much, because they're the majority. But those annoying minority religions, they can shut them up and keep their crap from spreading.

And as a bonus, they can rile up their base against unfairly being prohibited from expression. This makes them from apathetic Chutulu worshippers into angry zealots, which is a good thing for the Chutulu religion.

That's my theory on "Freedom from religion" in a nutshell. It's not an attack on Christianity at all. It's a right to discriminate against non Christians.

A very sneaky way to oppress the voice of opposition religions.


Old Post Apr 12th, 2020 04:14 PM
cdtm is currently offline Click here to Send cdtm a Private Message Find more posts by cdtm Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote Quick Quote
All times are UTC. The time now is 09:47 AM.
  Last Thread   Next Thread

Home » Misc » Conspiracy Forum » Freedom to discriminate against religion

Email this Page
Subscribe to this Thread
   Post New Thread  Post A Reply

Forum Jump:
Search by user:

Forum Rules:
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts
HTML code is OFF
vB code is ON
Smilies are ON
[IMG] code is ON

Text-only version

< - - Forum Archive - Forum Rules >

© Copyright 2000-2006, All Rights Reserved.
Powered by: vBulletin, copyright ©2000-2006, Jelsoft Enterprises Limited.