Wracked with paranoia, UK faith-heads launch a â€˜Don’t Persecute Us’ campaign
CHRISTIANS who believe their faith is “under attack” in Britain have today launched a campaign to defend it against all “hostile” forces.
Spearheaded by former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey, a comical media circus, known as “Not Ashamed Day”, is being staged outside the House of Lords.
Campaigners say a mounting number of cases of workers being disciplined over their beliefs show Christianity is being “air brushed” from UK society.
But the National Secular Society pooh-poohed this pathetic attempt by paranoid fundies to convince the government that they are victims of a deliberate attempt to marginalise them.
Terry Sanderson, NSS President said the “Not Ashamed Day” was:
The culmination of the ongoing campaign run by a handful of Christian zealots to create the impression that Christianity is somehow being deliberately undermined by the authorities.
Apparently â€˜multiculturalism’, â€˜secularism’ and â€˜political correctness’ are seen as the culprits, but in reality people are walking away from Christianity because it has become unpleasant and authoritarian. The people behind this campaign are determined and well-financed, but that doesn’t make what they say true.
Hat Tip: BarrieJohn