Hungary Asks ‘Is Everyone Entitled to Religious Freedom Except for Christians?’ After Anti-Cross Ruling

Hungary has offered to take a Christian cross which the French authorities say must be removed from a statue of Pope John Paul II in Brittany.

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  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    Yes, everyone but Christians.
    All other religions receive accommodations that range from the excuse of work, to the dangerous, to the consumption of mind altering chemicals, and to the slaughtering of animals.
    However, if a cross is merely displayed publically, the howls and screams from the haters of Christianity will be heard from the mountaintops.
    Little do those protesters know that it is the tolerance of Christianity that they are even allowed to exist in the first place.

  • Agincourt

    Let a certain anti-Christian cancer into your society. Emancipate them and allow them to worm their way into every nook and cranny of the levers of power.

    This is what you get

  • Alain

    This is the result of allowing for decades the growth and even cultivation of hate for your own country, its majority religion, its culture and traditions which in many cases is also hatred of self.

  • Felix_Culpa

    I’m liking Hungary and Poland more and more. If only the languages weren’t so bloody difficult, I’d love to visit, at the very least.

  • Saint John Paul II is the reason why Poles can flip off the EU today.

    France has shown this saint a great bit of disrespect.