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Stonyground's Avatar Jump to comment 8 by Stonyground

I read a few of the comments on the OP and all of them were negative, I assume that that is neutral ground as I would expect that most of the comments would be negative here.

"...such allegedly problematic institutions as faith schools and the privileging of religious spokespeople in various political institutions."

I wonder why he felt the need to use the word allegedly here? Faith schools are problematic in numerous ways, all of which are well documented. Our political institutions are supposed to be there to represent us all, the fact that religious people are being better represented that unbelievers is unfair and is also deeply wrong. Being indifferent to which box you tick here is, in effect, stating that you don't care that you are discriminated against.

Sat, 26 Mar 2011 12:37:19 UTC | #607365