Be a Christian, lose your job
You’d have to be willfully blind to fail to understand that Big Brother—whether in America or overseas—in time and unless otherwise constrained, will use its full force to restrict freedom and suppress “incorrect” thoughts.
In this example, its religious freedom that’s being constrained and not-pro-homosexual thoughts that must be suppressed. It’s from The Guardian and is regarding three Christians who had their appeals rejected by the legal bureaucrats of the European court of human rights:
Chaplin, 57, a geriatrics nurse from Exeter, was moved to an administrative job after she refused to take off a crucifix around her neck. Her case was rejected in January on the grounds that such an instruction was necessary for hygiene and the safety of patients and staff.
Ladele, 52, a local authority registrar, was disciplined by Islington council in London for refusing to conduct civil partnership ceremonies, while McFarlane, 51, a Bristol relationship counsellor, was dismissed by the charity Relate for saying he might object to assisting same-sex couples.
Would the legal bureaucracy have ruled the same way had the complainants been Muslim? While the answer to that question is Impossible to know, it’s easy to imagine a different outcome.
Europe’s bureaucratic secular humanists are perhaps hoping the Islamists will come for them last.