After Hour Indoctrination, As Libs Push Satanic After School Clubs
We have all heard the arguments before. Satanic clubs Don’t really promote Satan or evil. No, they aren’t teaching children to steal cars or how to commit murder, but they are teaching them that Christianity or any formal religion is essentially superstition. It also depends on what your definition of evil is. If you believe that every single thing needs to be examined or overturned and that every traditional value needs to be challenged, that in my mind promotes evil.
Really, all you need to know about the subversive nature of these clubs is who supports them. In this case, there are many teacher’s union members, as well as the national LGBTQ movement who are orchestrating the growth of this ongoing social contagion.
Brad Dacus is the President and Founder of the Pacific Justice Institute. He is adamant in his belief that the Satanic Temple is pushing a “radical sex agenda” and to “despise Christians.” In an interview with Todd Starnes last week he emphasized the danger of the group, stating:
“A lot of teachers union members are behind it. The national LGBTQ movement is orchestrating this and behind this, so it needs to be taken very seriously.”
The Satanic Temple focuses on what they call the “seven tenets.” Which is an obvious knockoff of the Ten Commandments that are taught as a baseline for Christian behavior.
As you move through these seven-focus points of the Satanic Temple, try to read between the lines. On the surface they are deliberately “non-threatening,” but as you interpret their true meaning, it becomes clear that the underlying meaning is disruption and the obliteration of values. Oh sure, they attempt to disguise it, but there is a reason they are only targeting primary schools that utilize adult teachers that are more than willing to answer any child’s questions or to interpret the written words of the “seven tenets.”
- One should strive to act with compassion and empathy toward all creatures in accordance with reason.
- The struggle for justice is an ongoing and necessary pursuit that should prevail over laws and institutions.
- One’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone.
- The freedoms of others should be respected, including the freedom to offend. To willfully and unjustly encroach upon the freedoms of another is to forgo one’s own.
- Beliefs should conform to one’s best scientific understanding of the world. One should take care never to distort scientific facts to fit one’s beliefs.
- People are fallible. If one makes a mistake, one should do one’s best to rectify it and resolve any harm that might have been caused.
- Every tenet is a guiding principle designed to inspire nobility in action and thought. The spirit of compassion, wisdom, and justice should always prevail over the written or spoken word.
June Everett, is the director of The Satanic Temple’s (TST) After School Satan Club (SCCC) programming. She explained that the TST has looked into expanding into high schools, but it’s logistically more difficult because students need to be actively involved to keep the club viable. That’s why primary schools, with children between the ages of five and twelve have adult teachers and are easier to implement. Everett went on to explain that at the high school level, “it has to be a student run club. They usually have officers and they usually have to present it to the board, and they have to have a sponsoring staff member. Basically, all the things that the younger kids aren’t old enough [to do].”
You can see that TST doesn’t hide the fact that they are interested only in primary school age children. In his interview with Todd Starnes, Brad Dacus expanded on this point.
“It’s going to have a lot of casualties for children who are brought in and deceived to despise Christians, to be deceived into lifestyles and orientations that are completely inappropriate for public schools, and particularly for young children.”
“The problem, though, is that they come in under the name of Satan clubs, and that’s really a mockery of the Christian clubs. They don’t really necessarily, you know, worship Satan. They’re really just atheists, pro-LGBTQ, trying to push radical sexual agendas.”
“They can be addressed by age-inappropriate material. School districts can adopt policies requiring that parents be notified of any student participation in any student club or afterschool club. So that puts parents on notice, particularly if the LGBTQ are using this as a mask to deceive parents and victimize children, which we see happening quite a bit.”
For those that are interested, the Pacific Justice institute will be hosting a Zoom call next Wednesday, August 23rd, at 5:00PM ET to discuss the Satan Club issue and ways that both teachers and parents can protect children.