|Oulu´s Party Conference in August 1906.|
At present pupils learn in groups based on their own religion,
but those MPs want to see mixed classes developed to reflect a more secular and multi-religious society.
That to be more secular?
We do not need secular, exoteric religions. They are old fashioned and useless at modern times. W
What we need is the wisdom of religions internal growth path - and the school can not teach.
The organization of the working class got come a political and a trade-union labour movement, who gave a fresh orientation to the development of Europe.
The Finnish Labour Party was founded at the Turku conference in 1899. It stated as its objective the economic and social emancipation of the working people. It assumed the name of Social Democratic Party at the Forssa Party Conference in 1903.
It adopted the socialist programme of the international labour movement and opted for democratic forms of action. Its emphasis on parliamentary democracy and communal democracy along with the promotion of the workers' rights.
In this program, emphasized that religion is a private matter, and that the church and state is supposed to be separate.
Perhaps on this day socialism continues the struggle in favour of the material and moral equality of people against ultraliberalism as well as against social and political conservatism.
But, above all, the people now have become aware of, but also capable; using common, critical human sense.
Religion, as an external form, works against this.