Should all who enter Canada enjoy freedom of religion?


View Poll Results: Should all who enter Canada enjoy freedom of religion?
Yes. 6 50.00%
No. 4 33.33%
Other answer. 2 16.67%
Voters: 12. You may not vote on this poll

White_Unifier
#1
Should all who enter Canada enjoy freedom of religion?

Your thoughts?

Oh wow. English states has respected freedom of religion for close to 200 years, and now we have someone here saying scrap that tradition. That is a techtonic shift in English thought.
 
Durry
#2
Are you lonely Dude?? Or are you just sociable?

You have to define religion and which religions are recognized as acceptable religions in Canads.
Islam is not a religion, it's a philosophy. Muslims tell you it's a religion because they want it's freedoms.
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by White_UnifierView Post

Should all who enter Canada enjoy freedom of religion?

Your thoughts?

Oh wow. English states has respected freedom of religion for close to 200 years, and now we have someone here saying scrap that tradition. That is a techtonic shift in English thought.

It's current Yank Hillbilly "thought".

They're all Freedom Eagles, don't you know?
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+2
#4
...^
geeez, someone hit the ol' booze today
 
tay
+1
#5
 
White_Unifier
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by DanbonesView Post

...^
geeez, someone hit the ol' booze today

How do you know Durry's an alcoholic?
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
+1
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by DanbonesView Post

...^
geeez, someone hit the ol' booze today

I see that the Rand Corp. is assembling for another of their deep thought excercises.
 
White_Unifier
#8
That poll's bloody scary. Even the US Constitution guarantees freedom of religion.
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
+1
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by White_UnifierView Post

That poll's bloody scary. Even the US Constitution guarantees freedom of religion.

The US Constitution guarantees all sorts of things that it can't deliver anymore, like Freedom of Speech.
 
White_Unifier
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious CdnView Post

The US Constitution guarantees all sorts of things that it can't deliver anymore, like Freedom of Speech.

If this poll is anything to go by, Canada's heading in a very dangerous direction.
 
lone wolf
Free Thinker
+1
#11
What they do in their own homes is their business
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
+2
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by White_UnifierView Post

If this poll is anything to go by, Canada's heading in a very dangerous direction.

Fortunately, the bizarre Alt-Reich types that one encounters on this forum are so seriously way out on the fringes of Canadian culture that no sane people listen to them, much. The internet has created a means for sociopaths to find each other.
 
taxslave
No Party Affiliation
+1
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by White_UnifierView Post

That poll's bloody scary. Even the US Constitution guarantees freedom of religion.

You can't have freedom of religion that conflicts with our laws.One has to have priority.Even more important is freedom from religion. Therefore the poll is a perfectly responsible response to a loaded question.

Quote: Originally Posted by Curious CdnView Post

Fortunately, the bizarre Alt-Reich types that one encounters on this forum are so seriously way out on the fringes of Canadian culture that no sane people listen to them, much. The internet has created a means for sociopaths to find each other.

SOC you noticed you are considered retarded and out of touch with reality. Good. Now get help.
 
White_Unifier
#14
Who said anything about ignoring our laws?

It would seem that it's not enough to obey the law but we must now agree with the laws too.
 
Murphy
Conservative
+1
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by White_UnifierView Post

If this poll is anything to go by, Canada's heading in a very dangerous direction.

Canada, and every other country, is already there.

Since the dawn of time, nature has utilized peer pressure to get members to conform to the requirements of the group. Animals who conduct themselves differently from the rest are ostracized or killed. It is how nature ensures continuance of the species.

WRT humans, they are no different than deer, hippos, monkeys, etc. in this regard. We single out people who are different. We pressure them to conform. You felt this yourself when you were a child. It continues throughout everyone's life.

You cannot undo millions of years of evolution, in the span of 10 or 20 years. Especially by making a law saying it's not permitted. Mother Nature takes precedence.
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
+1
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by MurphyView Post

Canada, and every other country, is already there.

Since the dawn of time, nature has utilized peer pressure to get members to conform to the requirements of the group. Animals who conduct themselves differently from the rest are ostracized. It is how nature ensures continuance of the species.

WRT humans, they are no different than deer, hippos, monkeys, etc. in this regard. We single out people who are different. We pressure them to conform. You felt this yourself when you were a child. It continues throughout everyone's life.

You cannot undo millions of years of evolution, in the span of 10 or 20 years. Especially by making a law saying it's not permitted. Mother Nature takes precedence.

Why should freedom-living Canadians knuckle under to the wishes of that fascist 5% of the population?
 
taxslave
No Party Affiliation
+2
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by White_UnifierView Post

Who said anything about ignoring our laws?

It would seem that it's not enough to obey the law but we must now agree with the laws too.

WHen religion permits an act such a plural marriages that is against the law in Canada the law must superceed dogma. Don't like it don't come here.
 
Murphy
Conservative
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious CdnView Post

Why should freedom-living Canadians knuckle under to the wishes of that fascist 5% of the population?

Who said anything about knuckling under? Freedom of religion is a statement made by man.

Religions not commonly seen in NA like Buddhism or Islam are practised by people who do not look like the rest of the herd. Physically, they are different - skin colour, physical characteristics, language spoken, manner of dress, strange looking bldgs, etc.

These people stand out from the herd and must conform or be shunned. In some cases around the world, being different gets you killed. z.b. try practising Christianity in most parts of the ME. You take your life into your hands.

Laws are made by man. In the case of religious freedom, many of the people practising their religious freedom are very different from the majority. The herd reacts. Humans are not above it and cannot change the rules about what was programmed into their DNA.
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
#19
Quote: Originally Posted by MurphyView Post

Who said anything about knuckling under? Freedom of religion is a statement made by man.

Religions not commonly seen in NA like Buddhism or Islam are practised by people who do not look like the rest of the herd. Physically, they are different - skin colour, physical characteristics, language spoken, manner of dress, strange looking bldgs, etc.

These people stand out from the herd and must conform or be shunned. In some cases around the world, being different gets you killed. z.b. try practising Christianity in most parts of the ME. You take your life into your hands.

Laws are made by man. In the case of religious freedom, many of the people practising their religious freedom are very different from the majority. The herd reacts. Humans are not above it and cannot change the rules about what was programmed into their DNA.

No, I meant the 5% who want to take religious freedoms away from us ... you know, your Alt-Reich buddies.
 
White_Unifier
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

WHen religion permits an act such a plural marriages that is against the law in Canada the law must superceed dogma. Don't like it don't come here.

How would prohibiting plural marriage conflict with freedom of religion? If you're thinking about Islam, at least one Muslim state, though it recognises plural marriages contracted abroad, does not allow contracting such a marriage in its own borders, and almost all Muslim states have laws that discourage polygamy. Only Libya has no such laws.
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by White_UnifierView Post

How would prohibiting plural marriage conflict with freedom of religion? If you're thinking about Islam, at least one Muslim state, though it recognises plural marriages contracted abroad, does not allow contracting such a marriage in its own borders, and almost all Muslim states have laws that discourage polygamy. Only Libya has no such laws.

I think that he's advoocating that we outlaw the Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints church.
Last edited by Curious Cdn; Mar 11th, 2017 at 04:09 PM..
 
Mak54291
No Party Affiliation
#22
Does free religion mean the girls can wear "le voile" in town?
In this case I disagree with free religion.

I say the voile because I can't find the word in English.
 
Murphy
Conservative
#23
You mean a veil or hijab.
 
White_Unifier
#24
Hijab would be foulard. By voile I think he means niqab.
 
Murphy
Conservative
#25
Quote: Originally Posted by White_UnifierView Post

Hijab would be foulard. By voile I think he means niqab.

Yes.
 
Vbeacher
+2
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by White_UnifierView Post

Who said anything about ignoring our laws?

It would seem that it's not enough to obey the law but we must now agree with the laws too.

Why would we want to bring people over here in large numbers who don't agree with our laws?
 
White_Unifier
#27
Quote: Originally Posted by VbeacherView Post

Why would we want to bring people over here in large numbers who don't agree with our laws?

For the same reason China allows democrats in: it brings tourist dollars.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#28
Absolutely, so long as nothing advocated in the religion violates our penal code!
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
+1
#29
Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

Absolutely, so long as nothing advocated in the religion violates our penal code!

... you mean like fiddling choir boys in the name of St. Peter?
 
Murphy
Conservative
+3
#30
It would be nice if you could keep focused on the discussion and not wander. Unless the priests are applying to enter Canada and have been convicted of pedophilia, your statement is nonsensical. And pedophilia is not a religion. Nor is it sanctioned by the RC church.
 

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