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Satanists and Nazis: Pro Choice

The New York-based Satanic Temple is filing a federal lawsuit against Missouri, claiming that state laws restricting abortion violate their "free exercise" of Satanism.

A person who is willing to kill another person for the sake of preserving their own prosperity or emotional health is declaring that their life is supreme — their existence is at the center of all things. This is the core of Satanist theology.

  So when Satanists declare their creeds, they strike uncomfortably close to the rotten core of the abortion-rights regime.

-David French Go To Site

As pro-choice and reproductive health groups are scrambling to make sense of Texas' new, near-total abortion ban that went into effect this week, it appears their efforts to skirt the law are getting an unexpected boost from one organization in particular: The Satanic Temple. Go To Site

You sometimes get invited to do the ritual abortion by the director of the facility or some high-up administrator, or sometimes the doctor is a satanist and they’ll invite you to come in and participate in an abortion or they will want to do a ceremony at the end of the day.

-Former Satanist Zachary King Go To Site

Pro-choice protesters shouted, “Hail Satan!” as an attempt to drown out pro-lifers’ rendition of “Amazing Grace.”

-Cheryl K. Chumley Go To Site

There would be the abortion doctor and his nurse. Many times, at [high profile abortion facilities], there’s a whole lot of them because a lot of the people that work at those places are witches or Satanists.

  So, you’ll get a lot of the people there willing to participate in the satanic event.

-Former Satanist Zachary King Go To Site

Satanists are become a leading public voice for abortion rights.

  In their mockery of Christianity they reveal the dark heart of abortion-on-demand: the radical worship of self.

-David French Go To Site

Abortion, Murder, Satanic

The Satanic Temple (TST) is challenging the recently enacted abortion restrictions in Texas, citing religious freedoms.

  The religion said on its website that it stands “ready to assist” any of its members who want to fight the law. It said it has lobbied the state for an exemption to the law under its own religious freedom law — Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

  The group said if the state declines to provide the exemption, then it will seek “judicial relief.”

Liberal, Hate, Degeneracy, Abortion, Satanic

A group of witches is planning to gather in Brooklyn next weekend to publicly hex newly appointed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The event, which is being held at occult bookstore Catland Books, will target “all rapists,” according to the Eventbrite page.

  “[Kavanaugh] will be the focal point, but by no means the only target, so bring your rage and and all of the axes you've got to grind. There will also be a second ritual afterward — 'The Rites of the Scorned One' which seeks to validate, affirm, uphold and support those of us who have been wronged and who refuse to be silent any longer.”

  Half of the proceeds raised from the $10 tickets will be donated, split between Planned Parenthood and the Ali Forney Center, an LGBT community center.

Abortion, Healthcare, Law, Regulation, Murder, Satanic

Planned Parenthood has battled against state regulations requiring abortion clinics to meet the same surgical center standards as full hospitals and for their doctors to have hospital privileges, and in April a federal court sided with the abortion giant...

  On Monday, the Satanic Temple argued in a Missouri court that the state’s abortion restrictions violate members’ rights to free religious practice. The organization challenged two Missouri laws: one that requires patients to look at anti-abortion literature and another that obliges them to wait 72 hours between their initial consultations and second appointments for their abortions.

Liberal, Abortion, Protest, Feminism, Satanic

Satan worshipers launched a counter-protest against pro-lifers outside the Detriot and Ferndale, Michigan Planned Parenthood locations Saturday. Clad in black robes, members of the Satanic Temple of Detriot drenched bound women with milk, simulating water-boarding to "illustrate the theocratic agenda imposed upon female bodies." The milk symbolized breast milk, one of the protest organizers explained on Facebook.

Satanic Temple Pays For Abortion

Satan and abortion.

But, of course.

Thanks to you King James fans!

Liberal, Hate, Character, Degeneracy, Vandalism, Religion, Bigotry

A video has surfaced that appears to show an individual entering a Hobby Lobby store in Poughkeepsie, NY and committing an act of anti-Christian vandalism inside the store. The video shows the individual placing several naked dolls with wire hangers going through their heads on one of the store’s shelves. The naked baby dolls have long hair and beards and are adorned with labels which advertise the dolls as “Aborted Baby Jesus.”

Liberal, Hate, Character, Degeneracy, Abortion, Metaphor, Law, Religion, Satanic

The New York-based "Satanic Temple" is filing a federal lawsuit against Missouri, claiming that state laws restricting abortion violate their "free exercise" of Satanism. The suit identifies abortion as an essential religious duty for Satanists.

Liberal, Character, Degeneracy, Abortion, Religion, Murder, Satanic

A devil-worshipping group calling itself the Satanic Temple has been working to raise funds to promote abortion-on-demand and to counter legal efforts such as the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and 20-week abortion bans.

  A highly publicized ceremonial unveiling of the satanic figure of Baphomet in Detroit Saturday, an event billed as the “largest public satanic ceremony in history,” sold $25 and $75 tickets, the proceeds of which will be used to support the reproductive rights legal action fund, according to a Temple spokeswoman.

Satanists Are Pro-Abortion

According to the documents released today, Josef Mengele, the Auschwitz death camp doctor known as the "Angel of Death" for his experiments on inmates, practiced medicine in Buenos Aires for several years in the 1950's. He "had a reputation as a specialist in abortions," which were illegal.

  When one young woman died from his treatment, he was taken before a Buenos Aires judge, who detained him only briefly. The documents say a friend of Mengele's appeared in the courtroom with a "package presumably filled with a large amount of money." After two hours, he was let go.