Wednesday, 28 September 2011
Public prayer to be outlawed in France
A dark and frightening warning for our future from France. Say goodbye to any outdoor processions of the Blessed Virgin or the Sacrament through the streets. Presumably, you could be arrested for saying grace before a meal outside a café or crossing yourself as a hearse passes. They are even threatening to use force. Yet you can wear a belt instead of a skirt or eff and blind as loudly as you like. This, apparently, is less offensive to the French public's sympathies. How long before France encourages the EU to adopt and impose this oppressive legislation on its member states, I wonder? This is very much a time for solidarity with our Muslim brethren.
Posted by Tom Plant