Letters | Sunday, 12 April 2009

‘Stitching’ ban protects morals

Every country has its own distinguishing cultural features, be it strong Catholicism or Anglican beliefs. For a country to want to maintain what it sees as its moral stance is only right and proper. The fact that Britain allows non-Christians to vilify Christianity only goes to show how the country has lost its moral values and any semblance of a country with identity. Theresa Friggieri and her board were right in one way to ban Stitching, but perhaps it could have found a middle ground, of say allowing only people over 21 to go see it. Any country which fails to protect it moral position will infect its next generation. Once they are infected, it is a downward spiral towards social destruction and a world of selfish “me-ism”.


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