THIS IS HOW SATANISM AND DEMOCRATS FOUND EACH OTHER.

When Hillary announced she was running for President, Christians began fasting and praying for her to be defeated. But when Trump announced his bid for the White House, a vast number of witches and occultists began casting spells and curses on him. What a contrast!

When Democrats heard God mentioned from their platform at their 2016 convention, they began booing.

What I am writing you about, is the fact that Democrats and leftists have gone way beyond this. They are now joining the Temple of Satan. Here’s what leftist attorney Jamie Smith wrote in the Huffington Post: “I am a 40-something attorney and mother who lives in a quiet neighborhood with a yard and a garage full of scooters and soccer balls,” Smith said. “I often walk with my children to get ice cream and spend weekends hiking through a national park. I am not the type of person who would normally consider becoming a Satanist, but these are not normal times.”

Then she explained why she became a Satanist: “When Ginsburg passed,” Smith said she, “didn’t feel sorrow but rather fear that America is headed toward “theocracy or dictatorship.”  When Justice Ginsburg died, I knew immediately that action was needed on a scale we have not seen before. Our democracy has become so fragile that the loss of one of the last guardians of common sense and decency in government less than two months before a pivotal election has put our civil and reproductive rights in danger like never before. And, so, I have turned to Satanism.”

“We should, however, analyze Smith’s argument seriously, as her claims and their implications paint a troubling picture of the dangerous ideology pervading today’s left,” said Kylee Zempel in her article The Satanic Temple Is In Fact Emblematic Of The Leftist Worldview. 

She goes on to say about Jamie Smith, “Smith assured her readers that, not to be confused with the Church of Satan, The Satanic Temple doesn’t actually worship him. Most of the temple’s adherents are atheists, viewing Satan as a symbol of rebellion. According to Smith, members reject the supernatural in favor of reason.

““Like other religions,” Smith went on to say, “members of The Satanic Temple adopt a set of beliefs. In this case, its seven tenets, which include that people “should strive to act with compassion and empathy” and that “one’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone.

“Reading through the seven tenets, I was struck by how closely they aligned with the unwritten code I had used to try to guide my own life for several years,” Smith wrote. “I realized, happily, that these were my people and that I had been a Satanist for several years without even knowing it.”

Finally, Smith couches the murder of the unborn in typical Democrat-speak, justifying killing babies, which is human sacrifice as practiced by Satanic cults, as a “right,” thus:

“Everyone who cares about women having autonomy over their bodies should care about efforts to use religion to chip away at this right. We need to think outside the box to challenge what is coming and what is already here. The Satanic Temple is already doing that, and by becoming one of its members, I believe I have joined a community of people who will stop at nothing to safeguard my family’s rights― and all of our rights― when they are at their most vulnerable.”

Three times Smith refers to wanting the ‘right’ to exist “for her daughters” to kill their own offspring.

The Left has descended into something that they do not even understand. When you hear me say this election is a choice between good and evil, be assured, I took great pains to study Democrats before making that assertion.

What Democrats don’t realize is that there is no safe version of Satanic involvement. They have taken the embodiment of evil—the devil—and made him a revolutionary hero.

Moreover, they do not understand the urgent difference between Satanism and Christianity when it comes to the supernatural. To become a Christian and receive the Spirit of God you must make a conscious surrender. With Satanism and the occult no such precondition exists. In other words, if you dabble with any form of the occult, even playing with a Ouija board as a joke, you will invoke demonic activity, and you must repent of it, renounce it, and you will need to be prayed for, for deliverance. Even when Democrats are atheists, if they practice Satanism, they have invited supernatural evil into their midst.

The real evil comes from a single tenet of the Temple of Satan, and Kylee Zempel rightly identifies it: “One tenet, in particular, is notable: “The struggle for justice is an ongoing and necessary pursuit that should prevail over laws and institutions.” In other words, the law is dispensable in the pursuit of justice — a remarkable statement coming from an attorney. The ends of equity justify the means of tearing down institutions. Sound familiar?

“This principle, which the Satanic Temple articulates and Smith affirms, absolves the rioters who are pillaging America’s cities under the guise of “social justice.” It supports illegal social programs that promote a so-called oppressed group, while discriminating against another group. It exonerates election fraud by those who reason that the “fascist” President must be removed from the White House by any means necessary. This idea reeks of moral relativism and guarantees lawlessness.

“To adopt a tenet such as this is an interesting response to the death of a Supreme Court Justice and an interesting way to cope with the fear that one’s legal ‘rights’ will be infringed. If equity is greater than the law, how does the Constitution fit in? If justice ‘should prevail over laws and institutions,’ there will be nothing left for the Supreme Court, an institution itself, to protect.”

Satan has emerged as a hero to leftists. They don’t see the issue. They have been deceived. Seeking justice over law, opens the jaws of hell to a society. Justice can be defined as whatever they want. As soon as they define what they think they want, they can wreck anything to get to it.

Justice—perverted and demonically inspired—is how Satanism and Democrats found each other.

Now you know why a segment of the Democrat Party is keen to defund the police. Now you know why even mainstream Democrat leading newspapers have written about looting being justified. Now you know why they will not shut down rioters, arsonists, and even killers. Now we know why there is a clear correlation between the demon god Moloch that commanded his worshippers to burn their infants alive, and late term abortion. They are both after justice—social justice…

Satan sincerely believes he is fighting for justice against God. Now we know who is giving the Left their definition of ‘justice,’ and now the Left is finally starting to admit it.

That is proof that this election is, indeed, a choice between good and evil.

HOW SATANISM AND DEMOCRATS FOUND EACH OTHER.

When Hillary announced she was running for President, Christians began fasting and praying for her to be defeated. But when Trump announced his bid for the White House, a vast number of witches and occultists began casting spells and curses on him. What a contrast!

When Democrats heard God mentioned from their platform at their 2016 convention, they began booing.

What I am writing you about, is the fact that Democrats and leftists have gone way beyond this. They are now joining the Temple of Satan. Here’s what leftist attorney Jamie Smith wrote in the Huffington Post: “I am a 40-something attorney and mother who lives in a quiet neighborhood with a yard and a garage full of scooters and soccer balls,” Smith said. “I often walk with my children to get ice cream and spend weekends hiking through a national park. I am not the type of person who would normally consider becoming a Satanist, but these are not normal times.”

Then she explained why she became a Satanist: “When Ginsburg passed,” Smith said she, “didn’t feel sorrow but rather fear that America is headed toward “theocracy or dictatorship.”  When Justice Ginsburg died, I knew immediately that action was needed on a scale we have not seen before. Our democracy has become so fragile that the loss of one of the last guardians of common sense and decency in government less than two months before a pivotal election has put our civil and reproductive rights in danger like never before. And, so, I have turned to Satanism.”

“We should, however, analyze Smith’s argument seriously, as her claims and their implications paint a troubling picture of the dangerous ideology pervading today’s left,” said Kylee Zempel in her article The Satanic Temple Is In Fact Emblematic Of The Leftist Worldview. 

She goes on to say about Jamie Smith, “Smith assured her readers that, not to be confused with the Church of Satan, The Satanic Temple doesn’t actually worship him. Most of the temple’s adherents are atheists, viewing Satan as a symbol of rebellion. According to Smith, members reject the supernatural in favor of reason.

““Like other religions,” Smith went on to say, “members of The Satanic Temple adopt a set of beliefs. In this case, its seven tenets, which include that people “should strive to act with compassion and empathy” and that “one’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone.

“Reading through the seven tenets, I was struck by how closely they aligned with the unwritten code I had used to try to guide my own life for several years,” Smith wrote. “I realized, happily, that these were my people and that I had been a Satanist for several years without even knowing it.”

Finally, Smith couches the murder of the unborn in typical Democrat-speak, justifying killing babies, which is human sacrifice as practiced by Satanic cults, as a “right,” thus:

“Everyone who cares about women having autonomy over their bodies should care about efforts to use religion to chip away at this right. We need to think outside the box to challenge what is coming and what is already here. The Satanic Temple is already doing that, and by becoming one of its members, I believe I have joined a community of people who will stop at nothing to safeguard my family’s rights― and all of our rights― when they are at their most vulnerable.”

Three times Smith refers to wanting the ‘right’ to exist “for her daughters” to kill their own offspring.

The Left has descended into something that they do not even understand. When you hear me say this election is a choice between good and evil, be assured, I took great pains to study Democrats before making that assertion.

What Democrats don’t realize is that there is no safe version of Satanic involvement. They have taken the embodiment of evil—the devil—and made him a revolutionary hero.

Moreover, they do not understand the urgent difference between Satanism and Christianity when it comes to the supernatural. To become a Christian and receive the Spirit of God you must make a conscious surrender. With Satanism and the occult no such precondition exists. In other words, if you dabble with any form of the occult, even playing with a Ouija board as a joke, you will invoke demonic activity, and you must repent of it, renounce it, and you will need to be prayed for, for deliverance. Even when Democrats are atheists, if they practice Satanism, they have invited supernatural evil into their midst.

The real evil comes from a single tenet of the Temple of Satan, and Kylee Zempel rightly identifies it: “One tenet, in particular, is notable: “The struggle for justice is an ongoing and necessary pursuit that should prevail over laws and institutions.” In other words, the law is dispensable in the pursuit of justice — a remarkable statement coming from an attorney. The ends of equity justify the means of tearing down institutions. Sound familiar?

“This principle, which the Satanic Temple articulates and Smith affirms, absolves the rioters who are pillaging America’s cities under the guise of “social justice.” It supports illegal social programs that promote a so-called oppressed group, while discriminating against another group. It exonerates election fraud by those who reason that the “fascist” President must be removed from the White House by any means necessary. This idea reeks of moral relativism and guarantees lawlessness.

“To adopt a tenet such as this is an interesting response to the death of a Supreme Court Justice and an interesting way to cope with the fear that one’s legal ‘rights’ will be infringed. If equity is greater than the law, how does the Constitution fit in? If justice ‘should prevail over laws and institutions,’ there will be nothing left for the Supreme Court, an institution itself, to protect.”

Satan has emerged as a hero to leftists. They don’t see the issue. They have been deceived. Seeking justice over law, opens the jaws of hell to a society. Justice can be defined as whatever they want. As soon as they define what they think they want, they can wreck anything to get to it.

Justice—perverted and demonically inspired—is how Satanism and Democrats found each other.

Now you know why a segment of the Democrat Party is keen to defund the police. Now you know why even mainstream Democrat leading newspapers have written about looting being justified. Now you know why they will not shut down rioters, arsonists, and even killers. Now we know why there is a clear correlation between the demon god Moloch that commanded his worshippers to burn their infants alive, and late term abortion. They are both after justice—social justice…

Satan sincerely believes he is fighting for justice against God. Now we know who is giving the Left their definition of ‘justice,’ and now the Left is finally starting to admit it.

That is proof that this election is, indeed, a choice between good and evil.

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White students undergo weekly ‘deconstructing whiteness’ program at Northwestern University

White students undergo weekly ‘deconstructing whiteness’ program at Northwestern University

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White college students are undergoing a weekly “deconstructing whiteness” program at Northwestern University.The “6-part workshop series for undergraduate students who self-identify as white” launched in January and runs through March, according to the university’s website. Students enrolled chose to do so – it is voluntary.A spokesman for the prestigious private university located outside Chicago declined to give The College Fix details on the program, such as how many students enrolled and how it’s been received so far.
DeconstructingWhiteness“It’s part of Northwestern’s Social Justice Education effort to create learning opportunities for our students,” Bob Rowley, a spokesman for the campus, told The College Fix in an email, providing a link to the social justice webpage and adding: “Beyond that, we don’t have anything more for you on it.”According to a report in the campus newspaper, the workshops focus on “terminology used in conversations of race, the history and meaning of whiteness, white guilt and the difference between intellectualizing and feeling racism.”“There’s a lot of space on this campus for conversations to happen around issues of privilege and specifically around issues of white privilege,” Michele Enos, assistant director of the university’s Social Justice Education office, told The Daily Northwestern.A poster advertising the workshop series (shown above) posed rhetorical questions such as: “What is my role in doing anti-racist work?” or “why do I have to feel guilty about being white?” and “how can I talk about race as a white person?”The Daily Caller reports the events are hosted in collaboration with the university’s Women’s Center.“Students applying for the program are required to commit to attend all six sessions, seemingly preventing students from abandoning the program if they don’t like it or feel uncomfortable,” the Caller reports.

The program is a part of Northwestern’s “Social Justice Education” office, which “creates co-curricular educational opportunities in partnership with our student community that foster self-exploration, facilitate conversations across difference and support actions that create social change on campus,” according to its website.

Similar programming like the “Deconstruction Whiteness” workshop includes “student activism workshops” that end “racist cis-patriarchy” or programs that “navigate” real life diversity issues.