Friday, March 23, 2007

Go, Lithuania!

Catholic News Agency reports that the Lithuanian Radio and Television Commission has fined MTV 3000 litas ($1435) for airing an anti-Catholic program, "Popetown". The Inspector for Journalistic Ethics in Lithuania, Romas Gudaitis, had said previously that the show should be banned because it incites religious discrimination.

Well, apparently, journalists in Lithuania still *have* ethics. Here in the U.S., inciting religious discrimination is perfectly ok, especially if its against Christians.

Bravo to Lithuania!

2 comments:

Moneybags said...

I applaud Lithuania for standing up for Christ.

4HisChurch said...

Amen!

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