Thursday, 7 February 2008

More Lunacy

The dimwit Archbishop of Canterbury reckons having different laws for different people would be a good thing. It's hard to know here to start with this, but it would certainly mean that anyone coming to the U.K. would be locked into their pre-emigrant status (i.e. women) with little hope of breaking free. It also undermines the central principle of the pre-eminence of the law and everyone being equal under it.

But sure, none of that matters, what's important is that backward superstitious beliefs are "respected" and that the iron grip of mullahs and priests is never slackened.
The Archbishop of Canterbury sparked controversy today when he said the introduction of sharia law for British Muslims was "unavoidable".