Ridvan Aydemir (@ApostateRidvan) Tweeted:
Criticize Christianity: Nothing
Criticize Judaism: Nothing
Criticize Hinduism: Nothing
Criticize Buddhism: Nothing
Criticize any other religion: Nothing
Criticize Islam: WHOA! HOLD ON, MAN! THAT’S HATE SPEECH! ARE YOU A RACIST OR SOMETHING? BANNED! https://twitter.com/ApostateRidvan/status/1091551147570196481?s=17
Let’s just say what we all know to be true: The United States pisses on international law. Period.
There is something called the Charter of the Organization of the American States (OAS). The OAS is a continental organization that was founded on 30 April 1948, for the purposes of regional solidarity and cooperation among its member states. The Charter lists out the articles by which all member states will abide.
Let’s take a look at the many articles the United States has violently violated:
Chapter 2, Article 3, Sections (b), (e), (g), (h):
The American States reaffirm the following principles:
(b) International order consists essentially of respect for the personality, sovereignty, and independence of States, and the faithful fulfillment of obligations derived from treaties and other sources of international law;
(e)Every State has the right to choose, without external interference, its political, economic, and social system…
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The founding fathers of the USA really didn’t blow it when they gave religion exempt status. Just think how
valuable dangerous religion would be if it was taxed or illegal. As it stands it’s less valuable than a black market baby, lung, or kidney.
Up the ante, Washington! Illegalize religion, then like a good abortion law, the
doctors preachers will have to go into hiding to practice in private where it ought to be—at a premium, of course, and a dangerous one. Imagine the atrocities against women and children if religion were forced to be private? By allowing religion to operate openly has saved countless abuses.
On another note—Washington State just passed a bill to allow human corpses to be composted (true) Just imagine the meal time conversations—”These onions taste like Harry.” Humans are pretty good at growing food—now they can taste like it too.
Love my back yard!