So when did your cult of genocide become "worthy of debate?"
The most recent election was a joy to me simply because the fascistic Theresa May was in an almost unassailable position with a dominant majority in Parliament and three more years in office under the fixed Parliamentary term legislation, and she decided to bypass a law designed to produce political stability for short term personal political gain, and while I do not agree with any of Corbyn's policies, especially his glamorisation of the IRA, I was delighted to see May get her majority obliterated.
I suppose that you are going to celebrate the death of Charlie Gard, the boy whose death sentence was handed down by the Lords, after all, your track record indicates that you oppose ALL medical research in favour of the healing power of prayer. And considering how many Catholics have been burned to death by Protestants, and the mass of Protestants slaughtered by Catholics, together with the millions of Jews murdered by Christians of all denominations, persuasions, movements, communities, schisms, sects, orders and cults, it is more than slightly hypocritical of you to claim others censor freedom of speech, ideas, thoughts or expression.
You want to go into a private place and say your prayers to your imaginary friend (See Matthew 6:5-6), that is fine, but every time you try to force me and others like me to follow your stupid and self-contradictory "holy writ" you will encounter opposition, and he more that irritates you the happier I will become. Even though I am not a woman, I rejoice that the treatment of women ordained by your religion has been rejected by civilised people, just as the religious support for the vile institution of slavery got turned on its head. And now the homosexuals have benefited from the decline of religion, having gone from the status of outlaws when I was a young man to being accepted in all walks of life and even allowed to formalise their relationships with legally binding marriages.
Next step will be to remove the 26 guaranteed seats in the House of Lords reserved for members of the established churches, especially since less than 50% of the population of the UK now identify as followers of their particular fantasy. Perhaps we would do better selecting from The Royal Society to fill their vacated seats. Laws effecting science that had input from actual scientists would be a novelty in the world if nothing else.
When in trouble, fear or doubt, run in circles, scream and shout.