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Recommended links for thinking atheists

Economic and Political Comment

Economic Commentary

Housepricecrash

Left

World Socialist Web Site

Lenin's Tomb

Socialist Worker

News

Dziennik Polski

Telegraph

Le Monde

Guardian

Figaro

BBC

SVT

Progressives

The Progressive Party was the name of a defunct municipal political organisation that operated in several Scottish cities and towns in the 20th century but based around the Unionist Party,...

Atheists Who Love Photographing Churches

A Flickr website with varied high quality images of churches world-wide

World Coalition against the Death Penalty

Co-ordinated news coverage of resistance to the Death Penalty in China, the USA, Taiwan, Japan and other countries.

The Existentialist Internet Café

An opportunity to find out about all things existentialist

London Atheist Association

An attempt to counterbalance the reactionary, western-supremacist beliefs of the London Atheists Meetup Group.  Bit of an uphill struggle though.

One Society Many Cultures

We believe that our most fundamental human rights include the rights to freedom of thought, conscience, religion and cultural expression.  These universal rights must be defended for all groups in society. They are increasingly threatened by legitimacy given to intolerance in the mainstream political and media arenas, by the election of representatives of the racist extreme right to public office and by demonstrations on the streets.  It took hundreds of years of struggles, including international and civil wars, to establish the freedoms of religious and cultural expression and these must be vigorously upheld subject only to the proportionate protection of the human rights and freedoms of others.  These freedoms are essential to the cohesion of our one society with many cultures which is Britain today. To allow these rights to be threatened or attacked for any one group in our society inevitably undermines their universality for the whole of society.  We believe that at this time it is necessary for democrats, of all faiths and none, to come together to defend these fundamental freedoms, which are the cornerstones of liberal and democratic society.

The Atheist Association

Open to all, a world-wide group.  Based on atheists having the freedom to express their views and disagree with each other.

Unite Against Fascism

Unite Against Fascism is a new national campaign with the aim of alerting British society to the rising threat of the extreme right, in particular the British National Party (BNP), gaining an electoral foothold in this country.  We aim to unite the broadest possible spectrum of society to counter this threat.  Until recently this country has not seen the kind of rise of the extreme right that has blighted many countries elsewhere in Europe. However recently we have seen the election of the BNP to the London Assembly and currently this fascist party has 55 councillors across the country.  On 4th June 2009 there will be European and local elections. Given the variety of electoral systems in place for different elections, on its current levels of support there is a real danger that the BNP could get a significant platform in elected institutions.  The BNP can be defeated. The majority of people in this country abhor the BNP. If everyone votes we can stop the BNP. Our campaign will alert people to that fascist threat and urge people to use their vote to stop the BNP.

Islamophobia Watch

Daily coverage of anti-islamic attacks, abuse and misrepresentation.

The Vegan Society

Eat ethically.

Animal Aid

Aiding animals

Reactionaries

Not recommended, obviously.  Reactionary means keeping any debate confined to a narrow set of oppressive ideas; not taking a whole view of a thing; promoting divisiveness and exclusivity. Exclusivity seeks to create essentially tribal identities which promote conflict and serve reaction.  Divide and rule is a main motivation.

English Nationalists

English Defence League

British National Party

UKIP

Western Supremacists

Middle East religions like Christianity and Islam are particular targets of this type of Western supremacism.  The affinity with this bloc is so apparent that people adopting the atheist label will even adopt pagan solstice and equinox celebrations to affirm their Western identity.

London Atheists Meetup Group

Pat Condell

Atheism Ltd

UK Atheists

Popular Culture

Mark Simpson

Gay Times

Attitude

Materialistic,Retail

Mobile Phones

Morbid Fascination

Liveleak

Oddee

Cultural

Artistic

Fine Art

Literature

Theatre

Digital Theatre

Film

The Existentialist Film Club

Liberals

Not intended to be a complement; not fully Western supremacist, overly focused on teh national.

British Humanist Association

"Good without God",  but seem to need a concept of God in order to be good without him. Tentatively in the humanist camp.  Its Britishness is being watched for a move to the Reactionary-National path.

National Secular Society