Secularism is correct when it signifies the inability of the state to use its coercive power to enforce religious belief or observance, but for some latter-day atheists it seems they want to place themselves, in the name of Reason, on that vacant throne.
I do not wish to ignore the threat from the extremists who are here amongst us, but the struggle for free speech and conscience in this country is not one of valient atheists facing down the theocratically-minded authorities. This is not Iran or Saudi Arabia. The real struggle is against a secular state enforcing the new official creed, which proclaims inclusion and diversity, and defines the boundaries of 'acceptability' with 'anti-discrimination' and 'hate-speech' laws. Indeed on a number of occasions, religious people, invariably christians, have been persecuted by the authorities. The mistake some of these christians, or rather their vocal defenders have made is to play along with the absurdity, trying to gain their own special 'protected minority' exemption, when they would be better off defending themselves on the grounds of individual liberty.
Still, watch the speech. It ain't bad. (Cross-posted at Orphans)