December 23, 2014
To promote their sick “religion,” the Satanic Temple of Detroit has erected a “Snaketivity Scene” at the Michigan Capitol. It features a snake wrapped around the Satanic cross with a book titled “Revolt of the Angels.”
After catching wind of the Satanic Temple’s plans, state Senator Rick Jones decided to erect a Nativity scene at the Capitol two days before the “Snaketivity Scene” was erected. He rightly alluded that his display represents the light and the silly “Snaketivity Scene” represents the darkness.
In a videotaped interview with the Lansing State Journal, Satanic Temple spokeswoman Jex Blackmore said her group doesn’t worship Satan but does promote individuality, compassion and views that differ from Christian and conservative beliefs.
Blackmore said that the “holiday season is a time of year that is celebrated in many different ways.”
“Having our government endorse one singular viewpoint or method of celebrating the season is problematic when we have a diverse community of people in Michigan,” she said.
The Daily Stormer’s own Marcus Cicero once elucidated my exact sentiments of the decadent “religion” of Satanism:
The overwhelming majority of what can be called “Satanism,” consists of a poisonous mixture of Marxism and sexual perversion designed to corrupt the values produced from well over a thousand years of Christian Civilization. The most well-known of these groups, The Church of Satan, was created during the late 1960’s by the subversive Jew Anton Lavey, incorporating numerous Freudian concepts that range into the realm of the truly bizarre.
I couldn’t have said it better myself.