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Prince George's County Schools To Operate 'After School Satan' Clubs

Recently, a Satanist group called the "Satanic Temple" held a meeting in Salem, Massachusets, where they planned how to infiltrate public schools. At the meeting, the Satanists decided to form "After School Satan Clubs" to indoctrinate public school students into the Satanic worldview. 

Apparently, according to the Satanic Temple's website, several schools across the country have been offered to host these clubs, and it appears that the decision has already been made.

One of the schools on the Satanic Temple's list is in Prince George's County, which borders Fairfax County. 

Bradbury Heights Elementary School, in Capitol Heights, Maryland, will operate an After School Satan Club starting in September 2016, according to numerous media reports. 

Parents with children in this school (or in any school in the district, as this may spread) need to protest this ridiculous decision. The Prince George's County Board of Education will hold a meeting on August 25, 2016 at this address: 14201 School Ln, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772. The phone number for the school board is: 301-952-6115. Call and voice your strong opposition to this club. If they ignore you or claim that they "have heard your concerns", call back!

Satanism should not be allowed to be promoted in public schools. While there is the principle of "equal access" for all ideologies to public schools, that does not apply to groups whose views can be harmful to children. An "After School Nazi Club" would be denied, so should an "After School Satan Club."

UPDATE: it appears the final decision on this club has been officially made, at least in Prince George's County. It was reported in the Telegraph, a British newspaper, that "School districts in Prince George’s County, Maryland, and Springfield, Missouri have said allowing the after-school club does not mean they endorse it - and Maryland pointed out after-school clubs require parental permission." If they were not going to allow the club, they would say it. 

The clubs are also in place in Utah, where "the Granite school district has said that if the group meets all the requirements, there is nothing they can do to stop it."

SOURCE: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/08/05/satanic-temple-tries-to-open-after-school-clubs-in-9-us-states/







Comments

  1. This blog post is full of inaccuracies. There's no indication that an ASSC *will* be established at any school in the area whatsoever.

    Either the author of the blog has terrible reading comprehension, or is willing to lie to people and make them think that something is happening which is not.

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    1. http://patch.com/maryland/bowie/satanist-club-may-move-pg-county-elementary-school-report

      It is also on their website -- afterschoolsatan.com

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    2. "Received requests". That's not the same as "approved and will start".

      So maybe decisions have been made. But it's not evident from what you've posted here.

      Delete
    3. UPDATE: it appears the final decision on this club has been officially made, at least in Prince George's County. It was reported in the Telegraph, a British newspaper, that "School districts in Prince George’s County, Maryland, and Springfield, Missouri have said allowing the after-school club does not mean they endorse it - and Maryland pointed out after-school clubs require parental permission." If they were not going to allow the club, they would say it.

      The clubs are also in place in Utah, where "the Granite school district has said that if the group meets all the requirements, there is nothing they can do to stop it."

      SOURCE: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/08/05/satanic-temple-tries-to-open-after-school-clubs-in-9-us-states/

      Delete

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