"Among the 51 articles, the bill aims to ensure that public service employees respect neutrality and secularism, while protecting them against threats or violence.
In a bid to protect children from indoctrination and to do away with underground schools, the text requires all children from age 3 to attend a regular school."
Indoctrination is fine with most people as long as it is the right indoctrination.
The historical use of cults by political exploiters to control the masses is well documented. This is no different. Secular cults have all the characteristics of religious cults. In my neighborhood there are "in this house we believe" signs everywhere. As common as the fish sign must have been in Rome.
"It is a mistake to place these incidents into a narrative of the triumph of Nicene Christianity, as Rufinus and Françoise Thélamon have done,though the ultimate result is the same. These incidents display an interplay of relations, and by nomeans display the one-sided destruction suggested by so many modern sources. If anything, these inci-dents show how the equal and opposite reactions of Hellenes and Jews and Arians against NiceneChristians incite the Christians to greater aggression in response. This can be seen in a wider and muchmore influential example of the reign of Julian and the increased intolerance to Hellenes after theChristians regained the emperorship. While a wide variety of tensions (such as religious intolerance,doctrinal conflicts, political power plays and the ability of the citizenry to take matters into their ownhands) plant the seed for conflict and are necessary for its inception,"