In this episode of “Can’t Make It Up, Don’t Have To”…
I don’t even know which is worse, anymore. The fact that disgusting crap like this continues to happen across America on a regular basis or the sad, stark realization that we’ve seen it so much that we have become desensitized to it and are no longer shocked.
Moline’s school district has issued a statement in defense of a controversial after school satanist group. The flyers, sponsored by The Satanic Temple, were found at an Illinois elementary school.
Illinois elementary school promotes after-school Satan club for students https://t.co/Tr2mebzDzm
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) January 13, 2022
According to local NBC affiliate KWQC the After School Satan Club will hold its first meeting on Tuesday. Students will not be allowed to contribute their eye of newt or toe of the frog.
Does your child’s school need an after-school club as an alternative to the Good News Club or other religious clubs? It’s back, After School Satan Club! https://t.co/meoLJJsYiE #EducatinWithSatan #ASSC #AfterSchoolSatan #TheSatanicTemple pic.twitter.com/8ihCDLlQPM
— The Satanic Temple (@satanic_temple_) January 8, 2022
Flyer directed to first-fifth graders, regardless of religious background or affiliation, and surprisingly asks for permission from parents or guardians for students to attend — rather than the standard practice of trying to slip it past parents, only to offer insincere apologies after getting caught — And blasted later.
This is the case of Moline-Coal Valley school district. Self defenseIn a statement to KWQC, he said that he was a member of the satanist group.
Moline-Coal Valley school district understands there are concerns and confusion about an upcoming afterschool club at Jane Addams primary. [Yet didn’t for a nanosecond anticipate such “concern and confusion”?]
The District would be happy to give information about the matter. Moline-Coal Valley School Board and Moline-Coal Valley School district have established policies and procedures that allow the community to use its public facilities, which are not school hours.
Any group that wants to rent the facilities is welcome in our district. Our facilities are available for rent to religiously-affiliated groups. [#ProTip: The Satanic Temple cult is not a “religious-affiliated group,” you disingenuous fools.]
These types of groups have been approved by the district in the past. One example is the Good News Club which is an after school child evangelism fellowship. The district approves promotional material for these groups for posting in lobby or display, but not mass distribution.
If they wish, parents or students may then take the flyer to the lobby. It is in accordance with District policy.
It is important to note that all students must have parental consent to be allowed to after school events. We remain focused on student safety, student success and their well-being.
This is insane “logic.” So, what about Antifa? Is it the Taliban? Many domestic terrorist organizations? These people are saying the school district must not only “provide equal access” to these types of groups but that it also must PromotThese groups were 1st-5th graders.
Oh — I almost forgot. The flyer describes club meetings as based on “a uniform syllabus that emphasizes a scientific, rationalist, non-superstitious worldview” and is set to be held at Jane Addams Elementary School over a period of five dates through May — the first taking place on Thursday.
The club promises attendees “science projects, puzzles and games, arts and crafts projects, [and] nature activities.”
A side of Devil worshipAll included at no additional cost. What fun!
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