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Author Topic: Druids recognized as religion for first time in UK  (Read 6580 times)
Winter Night
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Religion: Manx/Scottish Celtic Reconstructionist
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« Reply #30: October 24, 2010, 11:43:20 am »

Lol don't worry. If it's any consolation, I think it's the same problem the world over.

The same guy that owns Fox news in the U.S. also owns Sky news last time I checked. If you're familiar with the later at all, you'll know just what we in the U.S. have to deal with.

In truth, it's not conservatism. It's not about conserving good values at all. It's about stupidism.

He does indeed, and he's quite keen on dabbling in UK politics to further his own business interests. Which, considering he is neither British nor an inhabitant of the UK, winds me up something proper. It's been covered to hell and back in Private Eye.

You're correct that it's not about conservatism. Not about keeping traditions because they're meaningful and contribute to our identity, nor keeping something because it's good and doesn't need fixing. Yes, stupidism, a good word -  really sums up the mindless screeching and resistance to change of any kind.

Storm wind, sea wind, come to me,
Come to set my vessel free.

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