You are infringing my human right to infringe your human rights.

Discussion (16)¬

  1. Prithvi says:

    Tolerating the intolerant is like preaching love to a mugger pointing a gun at your face- you’re gonna get killed.

  2. Caring Fool says:

    Oh, how this one made me laugh, especially! It’s so true, it hurts! Defend the Constitution’s separation of church and state, and the largest religious faction in America cries foul prejudice against themselves! (Remind me, how is it that all federal and state governments shut down for Christmas?)

  3. Andrew Hall says:

    Jesus and Mo should be part of a Brotherhood of Evil Fictional Characters – major members: Darth Vader, Magneto, Khan (from Star Trek 2), Jesus, and Mo.

  4. jean-françois gauthier says:

    don’t take away might inalienable right to take away other people’s rights!

  5. JoJo says:


  6. Nassar Ben Houdja says:

    Prejudice can be the trigger
    To problems that just get bigger
    Those who can’t get along
    Around here don’t belong
    Their absence is better we figure.

  7. I suppose it confuses them that programs designed to reduce intolerance and promote diversity awareness isn’t inclusive of bigots.

    Yet, they are more than happy to remind everyone else that heaven is only for those like themselves

    so, by isolating them, they can have heaven on earth

  8. kiyaroru says:

    Another hit single!
    but, Author,
    Why the prejudice against spammers?

  9. Jon B says:

    I’m with kiyaroru, spammers are humans too! Except when they’re bots, natch.

    First they came for the spammers, and I did not speak out because I was not a spammer.

  10. Neuseline says:

    Apologies if the following link has been posted before or you have seen it. Richard Dawkins tweeted it half an hour ago.

  11. gk4ca says:

    This is funny … it is funny to find out that this is funny ….

  12. Atheismo says:

    Been away for a while; got some catching up to do. I see NBH is no longer posting incoherent word salads, just limericks.

  13. Stephen Turner says:

    Radio 4 had a decent report a few days ago called “Tolerating the Intolerant”, just in case you thought that Westerners from non-Muslim backgrounds were the only victims. And Anjem Choudhary is interviewed!

    Britain is lucky enough to have a Society for the Protection of the Prophet’s Honour. From the way they were speaking I’m guessing that the word Prophet wasn’t in inverted commas.

    It’s in a podcast here:

  14. Innocent Bystander says:

    Yes indeed, there are two types of people in the work: the type that divides the world up into two types of people and the type that doesn’t – those who believe in “us and them” and those who just believe in “us”.


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