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originally posted by: awareness10
a reply to: LadyGreenEyes
That's an interesting link, it really shows how aggressive belief systems can be used to sway an entire population can't it? People in power love experimenting on the human race, to see how people react, to see how a cashless society would fare, facebook... No one is learning from the past, and doomed society will be if they continue to bend over and obey stupidity.
Pastor McConnell was investigated by the PSNI for engaging in hate crime which led to his prosecution at Belfast Magistrates Court under 2003 Communications Act. He denied charges of improper use of a public electronic communications network, and causing a grossly offensive message to be sent by means of a public electronic communications network.
t Belfast Magistrates Court Judge Liam McNally ruled that 78-year-old Pastor James McConnell from Shore Road, Newtownabbey, Co Antrim had made “offensive” comments but they did not reach the “high threshold” of being “grossly offensive”. About 80 supporters of Pastor McConnell applauded in the public gallery when the verdict was announced.