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February 08, 2007


Don Munnings.

Ok we may know your stance on religon, but what about Freemasonry? I have had my career blighted on two occasions by my refusal to join this organization, you have to believe in a god to join anyway.
I have belonged to a couple of 'freethinking' and 'humanist' organizations in the past and have been disappointed that they seemed to be 'ducking the issue' when Freemasons were mentioned. Do the Masons really have this much power?

Alan Rogers

I don't know how long you have been active...but I just now found your site via NSS. It will be a huge struggle to produce a party which is for Secular Democracy and Secular Education but there appears to be no political home for a secularist at present so I wish you well. I have watched the drift (or is it more sinister than that?) of New Labour into sectarian appeasement with horror. I fear that it will require a disaster at the next general election to move the balance of power away from the strange people who dominate the Party now.
I will visit your site regularly from now on.
My very best wishes,
Alan Rogers


people are wakeing up beware shitheads

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