J wrote:And quite right to, the Christians in this country have been pushed to the sideline. Any other faith can do and say what they like, but be a follower of Christ and you may as well be locked up for years. For instance, in my area, it is Easter Day, but all roads have been blocked all day for another faiths festival and long march between Temples and the local park, denying Christians from travelling to churches for worship. Even vehicles were banned, and disabled and elderly denied access.
- Stuart, West Midlands, 24/4/2011 22:25
Stuart struggles to grasp that the whole country follows the same calendar. Shame he didn't identify this mysterious other festival. Who was banning vehicles Stuart? Christians couldn't get to churches you say? Or perhaps you just made all of this up and there wasn't any event on today and you could have gone to any number of churches freely? Except that doesn't fit with your persecution complex. This is the nub of the problem - people who consider reality optional getting their nose out of joint when dealing with people who consider reality quite significant.
Sikh new year parade in Coventry - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-co ... e-13080025