By Tom Quiner

Which religion supports Planned Parenthood? Satanists.

Watch the video above. Members of the Satanic Temple of Detroit showed up at a pro life rally taking place at the Ferndale Planned Parenthood in Detroit. A couple of their members dressed as priests to mock Catholicism and the many Catholics present who were praying the Lord’s Prayer and the Hail Mary.

Two of the female Satanists knelt to the ground to be doused with milk to dramatize the “theocratic agenda imposed on female bodies.”

Whatever.

Their signage promoted their religion with this message:

“America is not a theocracy. End forced motherhood.”

(Has anyone ever mentioned to them that if they don’t have sex, they’ll never pregnant?)

In other words, they wish to promote their religion at the expense of Christianity. In other words, they DO want a Satanist theocracy.

Two years ago, pro life and pro abortion groups clashed in the Texas state capital over proposed legislation to restrict human abortion after 20 weeks.

As pro lifers sang Hail Mary, human abortionist supporters chanted, “Hail Satan.”

In March in El Centro, California, a Planned Parenthood supporter was expelled from a city council meeting for threatening the pro lifers present. He shouted “All hail Satan,” as he was escorted to the door.

hail-satan-abort-everyoneIn Little Rock, Arkansas, a man screamed, “Hail Satan” as he and his girl friend left a Planned Parenthood clinic following her human abortion.

A group called the “Church of Euthanasia” embraces one commandment, “thou shalt not procreate.” Their four pillars are:  suicide, abortion, cannibalism, and sodomy. (Take a guess, are they more likely to be Republicans or Democrats?)

The battle over human abortion at its core is really a spiritual battle. Christians believe that man was made in God’s image, and as a result, human life is good.

The other side, from Satanists to neo pagans to secular humanists, believes human life is at best expendable if it is inconvenient; and at worse, a pox on Mother Nature and in need of forced eradication.

The light will overwhelm the dark. Give it time. Until then, keep saying the beautiful Fatima Prayer for the sake of your own soul, and for the misguided souls who buy into the lie that is human abortion:

“O my Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the fires of hell, and lead all souls to Heaven, especially those in most need of Your Mercy”.

 

 

 

7 Comments

  1. parrillaturi on August 24, 2015 at 3:38 pm

    Well, well, well. The satanists, supporting PP. How will PP spin this one? These actions lend credence to my belief, that abortionists are indeed doing satan’s bidding. As for those satanists advocating abortion, well, to somewhat quote Ronald Reagan, but my own version. “Those who are pro-aborting have already been born.” What ajoke these lost ones are!

    • quinersdiner on August 24, 2015 at 4:01 pm

      On the bright side, Christians of all stripes moved into the public square over the weekend to intervene on behalf of human life, a sign that “love is sweeping the country.”

  2. Anonymous on August 24, 2015 at 6:50 pm

    disturbing

  3. encourage the faithful on August 24, 2015 at 9:50 pm

    I can at least understand why the Demoncrats think we are the ones who are delusional. If The Crusades were holy wars, why are we not waging one over the murder of over 55 million babies? Certainly I would think it would be a “just war.” It would take a more strategic mind than we have seen thus far to figure it out. This peaceful stuff might work incrementally but it hasn’t saved the 55 million and counting unborn babies. Someone, somewhere should be able to figure this out. Seriously, the Catholic Church needs an army of defenders. Our Archangel St. Michael has his army in heaven We should have armies on earth to take out those who are lawless.

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