There is room in UK politics for an Atheist/Humanist party. Watch

King Koala
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According to the National centre for social research 72% of people age 18-24 in the UK are not religious.

A political party aimed at promoting Humanist values should be formed in an attempt to work towards state atheism. Example of values and policy they could promote:

-Banning of faith schools and colleges.
- Ban on daily collective worship (which is still required in 100% of all state schools)
- Passing of Euthanasia bills- giving people the right to die with dignity.
-Removal of Anglican Bishops from House of Lords.
-Two-child policy to reduce overpopulation and it's effects in global warming and climate change.
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A fascist state. Cool.
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So many people about to waste hours of their time debating this troll thread (even I'm wasting time writing this comment).
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Yeah, I suppose there is room for another party that very few will care about. Sure.
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A fascist state. Cool.
Far from it.
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I'd vote for that.
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I'd vote for that.
As would many who are mindful of overpopulation, Global warming and religious tension.
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(Original post by King Koala)
According to the National centre for social research 72% of people age 18-24 in the UK are not religious.

A political party aimed at promoting Humanist values should be formed in an attempt to work towards state atheism. Example of values and policy they could promote:

-Banning of faith schools and colleges.
- Ban on daily collective worship (which is still required in 100% of all state schools)
- Passing of Euthanasia bills- giving people the right to die with dignity.
-Removal of Anglican Bishops from House of Lords.
-Two-child policy to reduce overpopulation and it's effects in global warming and climate change.
Sure, I can get the blatantly (anti)religious ones, but how exactly will euthanasia and a two-child policy link towards humanism? Or is this a deliberate ploy to ban all religions, or what?
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Sure, I can get the blatantly (anti)religious ones, but how exactly will euthanasia and a two-child policy link towards humanism? Or is this a deliberate ploy to ban all religions, or what?
Look up Humanist campaigns.
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