I am deeply offended by David Cameron’s implication that I don’t subscribe to a moral code
Reading The Guardian I see that prime minister David Cameron has declared himself “evangelical about his Christian faith” and criticised some non-believers for failing to grasp the role that religion can have in “helping people to have a moral code”.
Cameron also wants to see a bigger role for religion in a Christian country (Britain).
As a lifelong Atheist, I find the implication that I do not subscribe to a moral code deeply offensive; a view which I am sure will be shared by all British non-Christians.
Cameron, in common with other so-called “Christian” politicians, fails to realise that Britain is a multi-cultural society.
I trust that in forthcoming elections (both national and local), voters will demonstrate that they will not tolerate such Conservative bigotry.
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