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The authorities of any country adopt any laws actually in order to improve the lives of their own people, however, when adopting these laws or amendments, they do not always think about possible consequences.

Thus, all of America is still shocked by the First Amendment to the US Constitution, thanks to which Satanists fight for their religious freedom rights and even win in this.
It should be recalled that in 2001, the US Supreme Court ruled that refusing the “Good News” club to access schools because of religious preferences is a violation of speech freedom. A few years ago, Florida Governor Rick Scott allowed prayers in schools, but did not indicate specific religions. All this untied the hands of the Satanists.

On the one hand, they are right, because public schools should not promote religion, and even if they do, then all faiths should be represented in schools, not just Christianity. Experts consider this a direct manifestation of discrimination, because America has always been a free democratic country.

But on the other hand, if Satanism is allowed in schools, what will come of it? The government will introduce a “Satan hour” in schools, where children will join the sects, the evil forces, and maybe even the terrible sacrificial rituals?

Today, more than 3500 Good News clubs operate in the United States, covering nearly 5% of all primary schools of the country.

Speaking of Satanism, it is important to note that it is supported and encouraged by the American state itself, and Satanic clubs in the States already operate in some educational institutions, and the "Satanic Temple" is officially recognized as a religious organization.

Moreover, the "diabolic adherents" themselves are actively promoting their passion among the Americans. Thus the Satanists stated that they would do their best “to help children learn the principles of Satanism” https://www.facebook.com/SatanicChildrensMinistry/posts/104977457612988

Furthermore, they insist on the introduction of occultism lessons in schools, because the US Constitution prescribes freedom of religious opinion.

Satanism is introduced not only in ordinary civilian schools, but also in American military educational institutions. Making a long story short, the US government has officially allowed students of the Maryland State Elite Naval Academy “group classes” or “satanic services” in the educational institution. The best political and military leaders of the United States were once graduated from this noble academy, but now what? What is happening to this world? What future awaits our grandchildren?
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Speaking of Satanism, it is important to note that it is supported and encouraged by the American state itself, and Satanic clubs in the States already operate in some educational institutions, and the "Satanic Temple" is officially recognized as a religious organization.

Moreover, the "diabolic adherents" themselves are actively promoting their passion among the Americans. Thus the Satanists stated that they would do their best “to help children learn the principles of Satanism”


The Satanic Children's Ministry of Knoxville was launched by a group of atheists who believe public schools should not promote religion, and if they do, all religions should be represented. It is a spoof organization to prevent Bible study groups from participating in the formal school curriculum. Local school board members in Knoxville will vote on a Bible Release Time program for students who want to attend a Christianity course by skipping classes.

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A Satanist 'children's ministry' in Tennessee has announced plans to teach their beliefs to students who don't want to study the Bible.

Knox County officials said they were considering a program that would allow pupils to miss class for church-sponsored bible study.

Local school board members are preparing to vote on a proposed Bible Release Time program for students who want to attend an hour-long Christianity course at a local church.

But the group of Satanists have responded to the proposal by launching the Satanic Children's Ministry of Knoxville, because they believe public schools should not promote religion, and if they do, all religions should be represented.

If Bible Release Time is approved, SCMK plans to implement its own Satanism Release Program for students who don't want to attend the bible study.

A spokesperson for the group said in a written statement the organization was legitimate and that between five to 10 children were initially expected to take part if the plan went ahead, but there 'may be more people interested' than initially thought.

The group, who says five people are on its board, refuses to identify itself 'due to threats of violence'.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... hools.html

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