Would your country be better if it was a "Buddhist-free zone"? Question: which is more true, A or B? A. YES, I wish my country was more like Jesus' heaven - a Buddhist-free zone - because Buddhists are bad for my country. So let's keep the Buddhists out - out of my country and out of the heaven I'm going to. Jesus believes that the Dali Lama deserves torture, and Jesus is not wrong. OR B. NO, I don't want to live in a Buddhist-free zone like "heaven" - I love Buddhists! I value the contribution that Buddhists make to my country and the contribution that they would make if allowed into "heaven". Buddhists are not necessarily bad for my country (in this life or the after-life), so I think Jesus/god are simply being bigoted, intolerant, and narrow-minded. Me, as a loving Modern Secular Humanist I obviously choose B. I couldn't be so bigoted as to live in a place ("heaven") that despised Buddhists so much that they were denied entry to where I lived simply for their religious beliefs! That would be as morally wrong as living in a designates "whites only" gated community. Many Buddhists are probably better people than I am, so I couldn't support the supremacy/bigotry of god/Jesus - so I left the cult. You?