No. The atheist infection is bad enough.
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05/05/2019, 14:08:44

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(ABC News Australia) In February last year, Samoa’s Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele was photographed alongside Warren Meyer, the “humanitarian ambassador” for a group called Applied Scholastics.

The two were holding a textbook titled Learning How To Learn — one of 10,000 copies gifted to the small Pacific island nation.

But the friendly photograph belies a more bizarre and complex reality.

The much-needed educational resources for the children of Samoa were in fact books containing the teachings of L Ron Hubbard, the founder of the controversial Church of Scientology.




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Shouldn't the atheist fight it? Then again, I don't seem them fighting Islam
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05/06/2019, 08:54:54

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Not a likely prospect. The atheists' war is singularly and exclusively against Judeo/Christian religions.
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05/06/2019, 15:26:30

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05/08/2019, 16:43:58

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Pennsylvania school drops 'God bless America' after pledge

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SPRINGFIELD, Pa. – A Pennsylvania school principal will no longer say "God bless America" after leading students in the Pledge of Allegiance.

Peter Brigg's practice at Sabold Elementary School in Springfield led at least one parent to complain to the Freedom From Religion Foundation, whose attorney contacted the district. The group claimed it violated the U.S. Constitution's prohibition of government sponsoring religious messages.

The district decided to cease the practice after consulting with its lawyer. In a statement , the district says it is not prohibiting students from reciting "God bless America" after the pledge on their own.

The foundation says "young elementary school children don't need to be coerced into affirming God's name every morning."





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