26th May 2009

“Society does not need a diversity of schools, each pandering to all the different religious beliefs of parents; what we need is diversity in the classroom, where all children can play together and learn together and where they can focus on what they have in common with their classmates, rather than be continually reminded of the (irrelevant) differences between the numerous religions of their parents.”

Unknown author

3 Responses to “26th May 2009”

  1. Prime Diectant Says:

    Wow, I love how the squeezed in the word “irrelevant” in the passage, we wouldn’t want it to seem too unbiased, now would we?

  2. John Says:

    I understand it to read that religion for the vast majority of kids truly “is” “(irrelevant)” and has nothing what so ever to just being a kid. Religion from all studies seems to be a learned mindset that is forced on one from their parents. Please; lets leave religious indoctrination to where it belongs; in those “glorifications to the congregations!

  3. Chris Says:

    If people want to truncate the mental development of their kids with voodoo I feel bad for the kids but don’t have much else to say beyond that they ought to use their own damn money to do it. If instead one wishes the benefits of a state education, one must accept that they check their evangelism at the door. State schools cannot be used to promote divisive mythology. Keep your human sacrifice rally where it belongs – in church.