Philip Gilbert is a Facebook troll. He posts trite, worn-out clichés claiming that anyone who has different opinions is (wait for it) "closed-minded" and a "bigot". He doesn't just do this on discussion pages or in groups. He actually sends friend requests to people he hates so that he can go onto their private pages and post the same predictable stuff. They are friends of mine, that's how I know.
You can find the same vocabulary replicated ad nauseam on the websites of mindless conformists.
It seems that Philip Gilbert has not been fortunate in the amount of education he has received. Being more blessed myself, I have read the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Article 18 says,
It doesn't say that Christians are excluded. Nor does it say that anyone regarded by someone else as a "closed-minded bigot" is excluded.
Is Mr Gilbert by any chance a closed-minded bigot himself? Or is he so open-minded that his brain has fallen out?
It appears from his Facebook page that he follows a curious Islamic sect that hails some one called Hazrat Ahmad - yes Ah-MAD I didn't make that up - as the new Messiah. Gilbert's Facebook page offers a lot of his other deep insights. He shows photographs of the British royal family and the government of North Korea and thinks there is a really striking similarity between the two. Why? Because you can see military uniforms in both pictures. Prince William, who has served in the forces, occasionally wears his dress uniform, while Kim-Jong-Un, who has not, always wears a general's uniform. So that proves there is no difference between a head of state and a head of government!!! A communist dictatorship is just the same as a constitutional monarchy as far as Mr Philip Gilbert understands these matters.
After all, Kim Jong-Un hasn't taken a blind bit of notice of the TV spoof "The Windsors" on Friday evenings, which is obviously ridiculing him.
And here is another picture of Mr Philip Gilbert, at least it's one that he has used as his own profile picture so we have to assume it is him.
It really is scary to think that people with such rudimentary brains and educational deficit have got the vote.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
On December 10, 1948 the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It has been translated into more than 350 languages worldwide, and more than100 African languages. The full text of its 30 articles in English can be found by clicking the subsequent links.