Oh yeah religions at it again here! Anyhow http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11332515 There is a seven minute video of his speech. If you want, skip to 3:45 and he'll start talking about ww2 and the Nazi party. Basically explaining how the Nazi party discriminated against the human rights of people and how the british people stood and opposed the Nazi part with their lives. Nobel and understandable, but for me it's the next part that's slightly dodgy. This is what he says after talking about the nazi party "Even in our own lifetimes we can recall how Britain and her leaders stood against a Nazi tyranny that wished to eradicate God from society and denied our common humanity to many, especially the Jews, who were thought unfit to live. ..."" "As we reflect on the sobering lessons of atheist extremism of the 20th century, let us never forget how the exclusion of God, religion and virtue from public life leads ultimately to a truncated vision of man and of society and thus a reductive vision of a person and his destiny." Well, personally I understand where he is coming from. I understand the moral and ethical positions that a christian has because of the anchor of god and the aspects that are imposed onto humans because of this anchor to god. And so he is saying that an athiest,(without this god anchor(connection)) can on the extreme levels not have these moral and ethical boundaries for themselves and be capable for the rational that parallels the Nazi party. Which is true in specific cases, for all people of beliefe in God(s)/regligions and ahtiests and whatever. But this sentence is just wrong. It's one thing to say someone has the capability for something. It's another to say that without God it is a definite consequence. I'm not being funny, but how narrow minded are you? Because I see a different existence than you, I am ultimatly wrong and destined to discriminate? His remark is the most hypocritical remark I have ever read. Does the guy not see how he is doing exactly what he is "warning" people about with the exclusion of god?