The article is a loose continuation of the previous one, which touched on the issue of Islam in Europe and its resistance to it (In order to protect traditions). If the law does not discriminate, how to do so with a ban on mosques? Practical advice for supporters of the ban on the construction of mosques.
I am an atheist, like a large part of the Czech population. I am from Prague and it is incredible what is allowed, especially in the central part of the city.
They are occupied by a kind of building that serves as a center for the faithful, who, according to some evidence, wants restrict freedom. God, those people burned people like witches and they killed scientists - How can we allow them to have these buildings available? After all, it's straight threatens our freedom - wait until the majority of the population becomes followers of that faith and then - then they will want to burn you too!
He even claims that a person should have his first sex only when he is married. Such restriction of liberty! Worst of all, we don't even forbid them to call - they can use their bells, which sometimes restrict my freedom with noise to call! That's absolutely terrible! This must be forbidden, we must preserve our tradition of freedom!
Let's ban the building of churches! Let's ban the use of bells, let's demolish church steeples!
But that's definitely not all. The conservative star of recent weeks, Roman Joch, rightly pointed out that the law should not discriminate (either positively or negatively). The law should talk about people, not men, women, Arabs, Christians or homosexuals, but people.
We are moving forward according to this unequivocally correct principle.
After all, the law cannot discriminate! Let's not just ban the construction of churches! Let's ban construction any religious buildings! Let's ban any public convening of supporters of some faith!
But what else is religion? How about such Hinduism? We cannot take into account, religion as a religion, those who are on the border must also go, only minimal clues are enough. I never know what will develop in the future. So Yoga has no place in our country!
It is not acceptable for him to come to our country The Dalai Lama! We can't do ours tradition to put a threat, he would still spread his ideology here and that is what we want to protect ourselves from!
Theology in schools should be banned!
Contemporary priests (and other representatives of different religions) must stop practicing their faith and be registered so that we can control and to protect our freedom before their treacherous teachings!
The Bible, the Koran, and other religious texts must become forbidden texts! After all, it is not possible for anyone to publish books that threaten our freedom!
Jews, Arabs and others must either be forced to renounce their faith or to leave our country. We don't want them here, we want to save our tradition - our freedom!
Swearing is unacceptable! "God," "Jesus Christ," and other cry must be minimally taxed! After all, the state and society have the right to dispose of some resources to deal with them social good - And this is good!
And now a little seriously
Okay then, you get the above absurd? That is it, however typical argument conservatives, anti-Islamists.
As many conservatives themselves say, the law cannot discriminate. It cannot distinguish between women / men / homosexuals / Roma and others. The law can only know the people we all are. This is true "equality before the law." If we want to be consistent and not violate this principle, then anti-Islamists have no choice but to ban the construction of all religious buildings… and so on. As shown in the example.
Freedom generates freedom, just as non-freedom generates further non-freedom. As I wrote in previous article, we will not strengthen freedom by restricting it.