Post by Kaiser Newton I on Jan 24, 2016 17:33:11 GMT
8th of January Religious Symbols Bill
Will instigate a ban on religious symbols publicly (including a national Patron Saint) for state or private institutional gain.
Printed and physical religious symbols, such as the Christian Cross, Islamic Star and Crescent, and the Jewish Star of David, will be limited for use by the state and any private institution of any description for promoting a religious agenda or ideology.
Personal Religious Symbols, such as attire or jewellery, shall not be sold publicly within Mercian territory.
Any examples of religious symbols used within private institutions as advertisement or merchandise shall be outlawed and apprehended by the state to be destroyed at the discretion of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Defence.
Any examples of religious symbols used within the state will be removed and secularised to incorporate all the religious beliefs of the population in a fair and balanced manner.
This bill will also outlaw the official Patron Saint of Mercia – repealing the Patron Saint of Saint Alban as an official symbol of the Mercian state.
Private Religious symbols, as in symbols which are kept privately within a citizen's own property, will not be affected nor be subject this bill.
His Lordship Richard I, by the Grace of God, Lord of Mercia, GUM Delegate, and Ruling Lord of the Region of Clyro, King Richard I of Kothellond (Tsardom of Nolland region), King of Baneheilde, Member of the Justinian Workers Alliance, Member of the House of Peers of Kothellond, Member of the Congress of the Tsardom of Nolland, Lord High Admiral of the Tsardom of Nolland, General of the National Guard of the Tsardom of Nolland, Companion of Honour of the Tsardom of Nolland, Delegate of the Würt
Post by Baron Shane Cahill MP on Jan 24, 2016 22:51:48 GMT
Baron Shane Cahill MP, First Minister of the Kingdoms and Lands Represented in the Council of the Diarchal Crowns of the Disciples (Mercia), Leader of the National Liberal Party of Mercia, MP for Kernolland