I liked your reply to this walking platitude.
Religions are not a foundation a society should be build upon. Facts and consensus should be.
All humans are to be treated equal. All humans have equal rights.
I especially like the bit about facts and consensus. Perhaps this dimwit hasn't figured out that, contrary to what he appears to believe, "facts and consensus" are extremely hard to come by in a lot of human activity. He hasn't grasped that cultural myths and yes religion have been forces which built and maintained "consensus" in societies throughout history.
What would you like to bet that what the this cobbler of cliches actually means is;
"my facts and what I consider to be a reasonable consensus should be the foundation on what society should be built on. Failing that, I will have no problem using force to make it so."
What is most dangerous about such jerks is the fact that they seem to think one can simply decide, "here is what we will found our society on", and they then go about trying to fit the square-pegs theory into the round holes of reality, which results in enormous suffering and waste. But that's ok, they are working according to logic and reason, and one can't make an omelette without breaking a few eggs.
Such monsters have no understanding of humanity or history.