(11h) Absolute freedom of press does not exist
|I have no right to insult, only a right to inform and discuss things in a polite manner|
But equally, I don't understand people from any religion who continue to defend their own religion while ridicule other religions although most have similar values. Indeed, many of our troubles result from allowing extremists to preach (including some priests, rabbis, imams, ...) or from religions that refuse to apologise for the evil they have spread over the past centuries and even today. And there are extremists in every religion who deny science and condemn people they don't agree with (such as women) while people continue to listen to them (although I think often out of fear). And it is likely that many people will return to their own religion for support until their own religion turns against them as it often does. An example is that more than 100,000 people (including atheists) protested against gay marriage in France, a country that declared more than 200 years ago that religion should not play a role in politics while a marriage should bring joy in families.
Finally, we should also STOP telling boys and young men they should be 'REAL MAN' as this confuses them. They may think 'real man' defend their right with aggression while abuse women. Many of these men are nice when alone but when in company they think they have to proof they have larger testicles than their friends. These men should have been told that 'real men' defend the weak against the aggressive, not to be the aggressor (although some may claim defending their god is defending the weak). We should tell them that daring to be themselves and even daring to show weakness or that they are hurt can mean being strong (although they should not exaggerate).