To Religious Freedom Institute,
The subject of religious freedom is confusing the world because the meaning is not clear. Socialists believe that it means one can practice his/her religion wherever he/she is. The political leaders of the Western World, being socialist liberals, go along with this interpretation. The theory of true human rights says that a person may freely practice his/her religion in places that he/she has the right to control which is normally places that he/she owns, such as house, car, boat, etc. Public places are owned in common by the entire population. Therefore, the rules regarding religious expression are determined by consensus, just as rules regarding minimum clothing, profanity, etc., are determined. Which of these views is the basis for the RFI?
Filed under: Comments to NGO's | April 29th, 2016