18th March 2019

 3:00 am

“The Pope's recent visit to Britain has unveiled what the Catholic Church sees as its main threat nowadays and in the foreseeable future. It is neither the exponential growth of Islamic worshippers in Western societies due to immigration, nor the church's continuous loss of (active) members, nor the lack of 'Christian values' in European and American society that threatens its status. Rather something more terrifying and frightening lies at the core of Benedict's concerns: the rise of secularism.”

Michele Monni

17th March 2019

 3:00 am

“As their dusty Churches crumble because nobody wants to go there, the few remaining Christians in Britain will only become more angry and uncomprehending. Let them. We can't let this hysterical toy-tossing stop us from turning our country into a secular democracy.”

Johann Hari

15th March 2019

 3:00 am

“The priests of the different religious sects dread the advance of science as witches do the approach of daylight, and scowl on the fatal harbinger announcing the subdivision of the duperies on which they live.”

Thomas Jefferson1743 – 1826

14th March 2019

 3:00 am

“I would rather burn in the fires of hell than prostrate myself before the god that created it.”

Anon.

13th March 2019

 3:00 am

“Atheists in America are in a tough spot. We are a small minority of non-believers within a country that is positively rippling with religious fervour. We value reason, science, and facts, but we often struggle to find leaders and representatives who weigh those values over those of faith and irrationality. We tend to be humanistic and tolerant, open to debate and questioning, while we are among the least liked, least trusted, and least tolerated by our neighbors. In such an environment it is extremely difficult to find a seat at the political table, let alone advance an agenda or put forward a candidate for office.”

Paul Fidalgo