Originally Posted by bruce goose
It's EXACTLY the same with the Democrats in the US [...]
That's all for now---I hope that at least one person enjoyed the info about my country
As I've said before, I enjoy reading about other countries, so I, for one, have found an interest to your digression
And although I do not fully share your opinion about the Americans and their current president, I always have an interest in your POV about them. And I understand your feelings.
About religious beliefs, being a believer is not a problem in itself: it becomes a problem when religious leaders govern through elected politicians. Or when laws are written being inspired by centuries-old religious books that are no longer in tune with modern values.
I would add that atheists are far less numerous than your comment would suggest. Less than 5% of the worlwide population. Even in France more than 50% of the citizens declare being believers. In many Europeans countries, 70% to 90% of the population believes in God, or in some spirituality. Also, I don't think than being "moral" has anything to do with religious beliefs. Our moral behavior is much more related to our education and our social environment.