The National Secular Society has a great piece on Cameron’s recent speech on Christian values and Easter:
- Prime Minister’s dissembling, hypocritical and disingenuous speech to religious leaders
Common sense, critical thinking, the scientific method, these have all shown the improbability of any religion being a reflection of reality. In fact, religion has been shown to be nothing more than a mechanism for control and enslavement, a media for ignorance, injustice and terror. Further, science has shown the improbability of a god.
There is enough beauty in truth and in reality but the religious are blind, close-minded, in their faith. I would therefore question the thinking processes for those that profess belief in gods and religions as such thinking is in opposition to rationality. In particular, I would scrutinise those politicians who “do god” as they have now flung open the door of their beliefs to criticism,
Based on the improbability of gods and religions being a truth, based on the evils of religion, Cameron is either an unthinking, credulous person with a flawed thinking processes, or he is a liar trying enhance his politician position. What is undoubted is that he is a politician.
The National Secular Society makes a clear case that Cameron is dissembling, hypocritical and disingenuous. He has failed in trying to be “cool” to attract younger votes. Now he’s going for the religious votes.