After School Satan Clubs - This Godless Movement Shouldn't Be Ignored
By David Fiorazo/Harbingers DailyNovember 21, 2023
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Their goals are simple: Tell children there is no God, there is no such thing as hell, and the devil is not real. After-School Satan Clubs are trying to expand their reach and demanding their rights. But what if they're wrong? In just a few weeks, organizers from the After School Satan Club will begin holding meetings at Lebanon Elementary School in Connecticut every month. Just in time for the holidays.
This godless movement shouldn't be ignored. The Satanic Temple (TST) has more than 266,000 followers on Facebook and posted a colorful flyer saying "Hey Kids! Let's have Fun at After School Satan Club!" The flyer touts a club that will have "science projects, nature activities, puzzles and games, arts and crafts, and snacks."
They claim Satanism is a "non-theistic religion" that views Satan as a myth rather than a literal historical figure. Mock all you want. It doesn't matter if they think he's not real, that God does not exist, and that the resurrection of Jesus is a myth. They will have to stand before God on judgment day and answer for their sins, for their rejection of the truth, and for leading others astray - especially young children!
They also claim their clubs are not an attempt to convert children to any religious ideology, but we know the truth. This is another vehicle of leftist radicalism used to recruit and disciple children to an anti-Christian worldview and then to train up social justice activists. Many Democrat school teachers under the age of 30 are complicit in this demonic indoctrination some of us have been writing about for many years.
We've seen it all through the decades. From Marxist teachers, socialists, LGBTQ allies, drag teachers, and more, one of many recent examples of rebellious school teachers is an angry Satanist named Nicholas from Sparta, TN, who dresses in drag and posts on line that he hates America. And they're teaching your kids.
Tell us more about how these people are "morally neutral" and inclusive, but it's okay to hate Christians and Jews. If you're not quite up to speed, the Satanic Temple has been working to establish its clubs in hundreds of schools across the country under the guise of a demonic alternative to Christian-based Good News Clubs. They say they are fighting to "ensure that plurality and true religious liberty are respected."
You might be wondering how they are allowed in schools. In 2001, the Supreme Court ruled that public schools must allow the same access to facilities for both secular and religious groups. This includes both Good News Clubs, After School Satan Clubs, and practically anything in between.
"We're not changing the politics here. This is something people should've recognized from the start."
Lebanon Schools Superintendent Andrew Gonzalez said not everyone will agree with every group that uses school facilities and there must be "respect for diverse viewpoints." The statement he released also says,
"The Lebanon Public Schools (LPS) allows outside organizations to use LPS facilities, in accordance with Board Policy 1007. As such, LPS must allow community organizations to access school facilities, without regard to the religious, political, or philosophical ideas they express."
According to the group's flyer, parents must give their child permission to attend. Libs of TikTok posted a photo of the people running the Satan Club for kids at the local school in Lebanon, Connecticut. These lost wackos are the reason some parents are reportedly upset.
In Pennsylvania, hundreds of parents showed up at a meeting last year and applauded the school board in Dillsburg for voting 8-1 to block a request for the satanic club at Northern Elementary School.
Look for demonic activism to increase the closer we get to Christmas and understand this is not a new thing. In Madison, Wisconsin, atheists and Satanists from the Freedom From Religion Foundation has had an annual Winter Solstice exhibit at the Wisconsin Capitol for more than 25 years.
Part of their notice reads:
"At this season of the Winter Solstice, may reason prevail. There are no gods, no devils, no angels, no heaven or hell. There is only our natural world."
Last December in the Illinois state capitol building, Satanists installed a so-called "holiday display" to commemorate their "satanic values" and exist in "harmony with other religions." They added the "Serpent of Genesis" along with some apples as their display.
How clever. And how dangerous to mock the God who is the only one that can save them from eternal damnation which they think is a big joke.
1 Corinthians 1:18 states, "For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God."