These Satan people are gay child molesters, the whole lot.
Controversy is stirring across a small Connecticut town as prospect of a “After School Satan Club” looms.
The Satanic Temple, a Salem, Massachusetts based group announced that it will launch the club at Lebanon Elementary School in Lebanon, Connecticut on Dec. 1. The club is unaffiliated with the town and school district.
Despite the name, the group said they don’t worship the devil. It touts that the club is non-theistic religion “that views Satan as a literary figure who represents a metaphorical construct of rejecting tyranny and championing the human mind and spirit.”
The group said their goal isn’t to convert kids to any religion but “encourage them to think for themselves.”
Members of the club will participate in science projects, community service projects, puzzles, games, nature activities, and arts and crafts.
WFSB reported that parents in the community have expressed concern.
“They’re trying to use events like this to recruit kids at a young age and steer them away from religion,” Amy Bourdon, told WFSB.
Bourdon, who runs Parent’s Choice, an advocacy group that promotes religious freedom told WTNH that she’s concerned that the Satanic Temple is operating like a religious group.
“I think it’s deceptive,” she said. “I liken it to the Camel cigarettes used to entice the youth and children.”
Shut up, cunt.
Don’t you ever compare Joe Camel to gay Satan.
Further, there is no evidence Camel ever marketed to kids. I’m middle-aged, and I want to model my life after Joe Camel. I would literally be smoking a Camel as I type these words if Joe was still around, because I would want to support him and become more like him.
Instead, I smoke Marlboro, because they have cool cowboys.
Further, Marlboro country is literally where the flavor is. But I would still be smoking Camel if Joe was still around, because I am susceptible to advertising campaigns telling me I will be cooler if I buy a product.
According to WFSB, the group decided to host meetings in the small town because it already hosts an after school Good News Christian club.
“We’re not changing the politics here. This is something people should have recognized from the start,” Lucien Greaves, a co-founder of the Satanic Temple told WFSB.
Others in town said the issue boiled down to freedom of speech, and were okay with the club hosting meetings.
“This is a free country. We’re supposed to have freedom of religion or no religion so I can understand both sides of the story,” said Dori Dougal, who lives in Lebanon told NBC Connecticut.
“Freedom of religion” is not for Satan. It’s to keep denominations of Protestants from having wars with each other.
In all fairness, once you remove the edgy clothes and makeup, there’s not really much difference between these people and most teachers today