Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Lights going out in E.U.?

  EU Commission Demands UK Abolish Religious Freedom Rights

  LONDON, November 24, 2009. In what may be the first test of the new legal situation created by the European Union's Lisbon Treaty, the European Commission has said that absolutely no exemptions can be allowed in anti-discrimination laws, even for religious conscience. In a letter to the British government, the EU has demanded that Britain abolish laws protecting religious freedom rights with regards to "sexual orientation".

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1 comment:

  1. We surely live in "interesting times" don't we?
    I wish there was a strong voice-someone to truly lead us to fight for our freedoms.
    But there doesn't seem to be anyone. We are all fighting our own corners-and mostly alone.