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PostPosted: Fri Oct 06, 2017 2:23 pm 
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Are these hellspawn beast clowns f--king kidding? They can't, they don't have the consent of the people nor the US Constitution to end secularism as the law of the land. F--king Taliban Sh-ts about to get a world of righteous holy indignation from everyone who disagrees with male cultic paternalism based upon Abrahamism. It's not going to happen, but things may well get ugly before that is understood fully by these beastly evil things.

Civil liberties groups decry Sessions’s guidance on religious freedom
WashingtonPost, by Matt Zapotosky and Sarah Pulliam Bailey, October 6 at 1:58 PM

Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued sweeping guidance to executive branch agencies Friday on the Justice Department’s interpretation of how the government should respect religious freedom, triggering an immediate backlash from civil liberties groups who asserted the nation’s top law enforcement officer was trying to offer a license for discrimination.

In a memorandum titled “Federal Law Protections for Religious Liberty,” Sessions articulated 20 sweeping principles about religious freedom and what that means for the U.S. government... Though the principles are lofty — and some of them in no way objectionable — they could have a broad negative impact, permitting religious groups to impinge on the rights of LGBT people and others, said civil liberties advocates, including the American Civil Liberties Union, Equality Federation and others.

The most immediate effect seemed to be on the Affordable Care Act’s contraception coverage mandate. On Friday, the Trump administration issued a rule... allowing a much broader group of employers and insurers to exempt themselves from covering contraceptives, such as birth control pills... “This is a direct attack on women’s rights,” said Vanita Gupta, president and chief executive of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights. “The Trump administration is using the guise of religious liberty to carry out their ideological agenda to deprive women of basic reproductive health care.”

And civil liberties groups said there could be other effects. The principle allowing religious employers to hire only those whose conduct is consistent with their beliefs, for example, might allow a religious school to fire a teacher who had a child out of wedlock or a man who wed another man, said Louise Melling, deputy legal director at the ACLU. “It is countenancing discrimination,” Melling said. “It is countenancing exercises of faith in a way that will harm other individuals.”
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Since Donald Trump took the oath of office on January 20, the White House has taken aim at various groups. It took on Muslims, targeting a travel ban at them as Trump taunted world leaders coping with terrorism. It went after women’s rights, seeking to limit abortions and birth control in the US and worldwide, and weakened rules designed to enforce equal pay by employers.

One of the administration’s most concerted campaigns, though, is turning out to be against the US’s 10 million lesbian, gay, and transsexual citizens...

It’s also not clear where the policy is emanating from. Trump himself hasn’t generally expressed the animus towards LGBT people that he’s shown for Mexicans, Muslims, and women, and sometimes quite the opposite—promising, for instance, to protect the community after a gunman killed 49 people in a Florida nightclub during his election campaign. But Sessions and vice president Mike Pence are strongly conservative Christians, and the administration has taken several anti-LGBT measures.
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I think I know exactly where this toxic thing is emanating from. Gender discrimination is not a protected religious right, it's actually an act of male cultic evil. Just ask the Saudi women yearning for freedoms and liberties that the rest of the world has enjoyed for ages.


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