“An increasing number of states have passed ‘informed consent’ laws, requiring that women seeking abortions be subjected to state-mandated informational materials that are often false or misleading. We believe that personal decisions should be made with reference to only the best available, scientifically valid information. If you are a woman seeking an abortion who shares these deeply held beliefs, please print the letter below to present to your care provider, informing him/her that you are to be exempted from receiving ‘informed consent’ materials.”
The above paragraph sounds like it came from Planned Parenthood, NARAL, or Obama’s desk, but it did not. It came from the New York-based The Satanic Temple, who is now joining forces with the abortion/contraception industrial complex and the lost souls who support its wickedness.
The Satanic Temple posted on its website that this “‘exemption from state-mandated informational materials’ is but the first campaign in a series of Women’s Health initiatives The Satanic Temple intends to make public in the near future.” It also states, “We expect that our belief in the illegitimacy of state-mandated ‘informational’ material is enough to exempt us, and those who hold our beliefs, from having to receive them.”
So there you have it. It is as clear as night and day and heaven and hell.
While the ACLU lawyers and those at TST are drooling over the fact that they may be able to challenge the recent Hobby Lobby Supreme Court decision based on an employer’s “deeply-held” religious beliefs, one must ask: How does one measure “deeply-held” religious beliefs?
Are we to believe that these so-called Satanists are so deeply religious that they will now legally and very publicly advocate for child murder right alongside the biggest child-killers of all—Planned Parenthood?
This unholy alliance is no joke. They are all as “serious as hell” about defending the ongoing mass child sacrifice being perpetrated by their bedfellows at Planned Parenthood.
Saint Augustine of Hippo said, “Therefore brothers, you see how perverse they are and hastening wickedness, who are immature, they seek abortion of the conception before the birth; they are those who tell us, ‘I do not see that which you say must be believed.’”
Rey Flores is the Director of Outreach for American Life League. E-mail Rey at RFlores@all.org.