Jun 23, 01 / Jun 12, 17 06:58 UTC
VOTE-religion is banned ? VOTE ¶
religion is banned ? VOTE
In the Constitution of the Space Nation of Asgardia religion is banned ?
Jun 23, 01 / Jun 12, 17 07:51 UTC
Asgardia considers itself to be a secular society in which the State has no say over the private beliefs of any citizens.
To quote our draft Declaration of Unity:
". Asgardia is a country of free spirit, science and internationalism. At the same time, every Asgardian can freely practice any religion on Earth."
Asg 4, 01 / Jun 21, 17 02:49 UTC
I agree with your opinion mr. Jason, but I must add that a radical religion and potentially threatening stability and unity within the Asgardia State must be destroyed and forbidden, this could be a bad impact on the comfort of every society in the Asgardian nation.
Asg 9, 01 / Jun 26, 17 18:10 UTC
By agreeing to the constitution you agreed to abide by the Government staying out of peoples beliefs its not an opinion.
Asg 26, 01 / Jul 13, 17 13:30 UTC
Any belief goes against that "all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood" must not be allowed on Asgardia.
Asg 26, 01 / Jul 13, 17 15:38 UTC
Religions are rarely radical.
Individuals are radical.
Religions are then used as an excuse for radical behavior.
Asg 26, 01 / Jul 13, 17 19:46 UTC
The religion of asgardia is blind faith in their eternal leader and their dodgy voting schemes.
Dec 6, 01 / Dec 8, 17 04:37 UTC
Religion can never honestly be banned or destroyed because they are ideas.
You cannot destroy an idea. To try to do so is a complete waste of time.
Religion preys are fear, instability, and ignorance.
If you really want to "end religion" or radicalism as well as could be done, then you must demand a society:
* free of Capitalism and exploitation where each person has what they need to live and thrive
* with life-long universal education, which is perhaps the most important part
As Jason pointed, our constitution, rightly so, allows for religious practices.