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Oct 19 2022

Sign of Cross and Holy Water Banned

If you are forbidden by the government from sprinkling holy water or even making the Sign of the Cross, you may fairly say that you are not free. From decomposing England:

Last Tuesday, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council prohibited pro-life campaigners from holding vigils where members audibly pray, recite scripture or even genuflect when they see women going towards the abortuary to have their babies killed. …

The order states that no one may engage “in an act of approval/disapproval or attempted act of approval/disapproval, with respect to issues related to abortion services, by any means,” including, but “not limited to graphic, verbal or written means, prayer or counselling.”

Evidently anything that reminds moonbats of Christianity counts.

BCP Council identified “holding rosaries,” “praying, sometimes while kneeling” and “sprinkling ‘holy water’ on the pavement outside the clinic,” as objectionable acts.

Dave Brennan, executive director of the pro-life group Brephos, notes that “harassment and intimidation are already offences.” But that doesn’t cover rosaries and holy water.

“How are we living in a society where killing babies is legal and paid for by the State, but silently praying against or even about this nearby is a criminal offense?” he asked.

Maybe BCP Council would like to borrow an FBI SWAT team to raid the homes and terrorize the families of those who display Christian symbols near baby abattoirs. That’s how the Biden Regime handles prolifers.

Meanwhile, leftists screech about censorship if they encounter resistance while plying children with depraved pornography. The struggle isn’t so much liberty vs. tyranny as good vs. evil.

On a tip from seaoh.


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