UK: Elderly residents at a sheltered housing complex have been told to take down religious artefacts to 'promote diversity.'

Daily Mail

“Religious signs could cause unrest in the community”

First they remove the religious artifacts, then they  replace “St Johns”  with an Arabic emblem, then they will get rid of the elderly Brits, who are then replaced with more deserving Mohammedans:

Elderly residents at a sheltered housing complex have been told to take down religious artefacts to ‘promote diversity.’

The ban has been issued in a letter to people living in all 40 of the flats at the Places for People-run St Paul’s Court, in Preston, Lancashire.

It warns they must remove crosses or other signs of religious faith from communal areas at the complex.

Residents at St Paul’s Court, in Preston have been told to remove any religious signs that could cause unrest in the community. (More)


6 thoughts on “UK: Elderly residents at a sheltered housing complex have been told to take down religious artefacts to 'promote diversity.'”

  1. I do not think this is a muzzie initiative, it looks like the work of those sinister* jobsworths at the council. A lot WWII veterans are in those homes, perhaps instead of a crucifix and such perhaps we could donate them some old Lee-Enfields. They could then remove any problems and raise morale, bring back the memories of the old days when they did the same thing.

    * The opposite of right (dexter) is sinister. You people seem to forget that.

  2. “Diversity champions” – helium balloons, or hot air?

    http://www.rcn.org.uk/support/diversity/diversity_champions

    [Role of a diversity champion

    Diversity champions act as leaders for diversity and equality.They act as role models, taking actions when appropriate and addressing behaviours when necessary. They ask questions to check that diversity in its broadest sense is being recognised, understood and considered as integral to the decision making and evaluation processes. A good diversity champion doesn’t need to know all the answers but needs to be prepared to spend some time developing their own personal competencies around diversity and equality issues.]

  3. They have backflipped & rescinded the ban: (?)

    http://www.christian.org.uk/news/diversity-bans-elderly-from-displaying-religious-items/

    U-turn on ban of religious items at elderly home

    [But a statement from Places for People, issued today, said: “We apologise for any insensitivity and concern this may have caused. It was a local decision not reflected of the group’s national policy.”]

    * Just a “local decision” – as Ciccio said, jobsworths in action.

  4. What about Muslim images and burqas causing unrest in the community?! Time to take our country back.

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