Skip to comments.Texas Capital Abortion Supporters chant "Hail Satan"
Posted on 07/03/2013 7:16:34 AM PDT by Sopater
It's been a very interesting day at the Texas State Capitol. Cahnman's Musings hasn't been following the hearing. Instead, we've been participating in the surrounding events. LetTexasSpeak has been doing a live broadcast from the rotunda where women have been sharing their abortion related testimonies. The pro-abortion crowd has responded with repeated chants of "hail Satan." It's taken us all day to get a video recording, but here it is.
Yes, the surprise is how open the left is becoming about whom they serve and whom they oppose.
What is that saying?
The time to worry is when they no longer feel the need to hide their true beliefs.
They should know him by now....
Well, that explains the “abortion is a sacriment” they keep talking about.
They're on a fast track to spending eternity in Hell.
Now we know who serves our enemy.
One point seven million babies killed last year is Satanic - but not to these people.
Ha, irony, murderers calling pro-lifers Satan. That is a hoot.
“The pro-abortion crowd has responded with repeated chants of “hail Satan”
I believe such blasphemy is considered the unforgivable sin.
They were trying to be funny, but in Texas (and in most of the Southland) there is zero sense of humor about such things.
I hope that every preacher, priest, and other real (as opposed to liberal) clergy sees this video, is horrified by it, and shows it to their congregations.
Seriously, it will be seen by many as close to “antichrist time—grab your rifle”. I can imagine some nosebleed-fiery sermons based on this.
“Democrats hate God and embrace the antichrist.”
“If you vote Democrat, you vote for the antichrist.”
And remember the last Democrat convention, where they voted “No!” against God three times? This stuff will catch them up.
>I believe such blasphemy is considered the unforgivable sin.<
But that doesn’t mean we aren’t called to pray for the lost.
The only difference between a secular progressive and a Satanist is that the latter knows who hes working for.
Wow! Thanks for bringing that to light. I dont imagine that will be reported on by the mainstream media. Just goes to show how creepy and evil the pro-abortion crowd really are.
"The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly."
“I believe such blasphemy is considered the unforgivable sin.”
The unforgivable sin is not believing that JESUS is the CHRIST, the SON of the LIVING GOD.
To be specific, the only unforgivable sin, from Christ’s own words, is to deny or blaspheme the Holy Spirit. See Mark 3:22-30.
Satan hates and despises all of mankind yet they are praising and worshiping the one who only wants their destruction. How foolish and shortsighted. Eternity is a long time to be wrong.
Konrad Adenauer, the mayor of Cologne who was imprisoned by Hitler for opposing the Nazi regime and who later became the highly regarded chancellor of West Germany from 1949-1963 once asked Billy Graham if he believed in the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Billy Graham said, Of course I do. Adenauer then replied; Mr. Graham, outside of the resurrection of Jesus, I do not know of any other hope for this world.
We as a nation are on the same path of destruction that Germany took. We are desperately in need of valiant men and women willing to stand and speak the truth as these 2 men did post-WW2.
Abortion is “sacred ground” for the Satan crowd.
I don't assume that. I think they are sincere.
We all smiled at that - we were singing Amazing Grace at the time and they were trying to shout us out.
Matthew 12:36 But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment.
One of my hopes is that before Satan is thrown into the lake of fire to burn for all eternity the Lord will let me kick him a few times. Your days are numbered Satan.
i thought they would at least use the bride of satan the Lilith
I would have used to disregard that statement, but I am no longer as sure. Even before Obama was nominated over Hillary, I saw on another forum the suggestion that he might be the antichrist, typical for presidential candidates.
Of course, most of the liberal-leftists strongly denied this possibility, but one came out with the most astonishing opinion.
He said he *hoped* that Obama *was* the antichrist. Because then he would be powerful, and Obama would give “us” free stuff, and just as importantly, that he would *smite* the people “we” hate.
The mindset of this was appalling. He said he was an atheist, so figured since he didn’t believe in “God, the devil, and such”, he was somehow safe from the wrath of “the ultimate evil”.
Obama to one side for a moment, that such people exist at all shows that something is severely culturally wrong. At any time they could decide to embrace some charismatic but totally insane murderous psychotic, and to follow him blindly. He doesn’t have to be anywhere near antichrist level to create a hellish situation on Earth.
In any event, then, let me suggest that I *hope* that these fools in Texas were trying to be funny. Because if they weren’t, the Santa Muerte cult has some recruits waiting, and we could be facing a civil war with a Thuggee army of murderers.
SanFranNan, the old witch, pronounced abortion sacred.
They are coming out of the closet and admitting abortion is a blood ritual sacrifice to Satan. Christians should really listen up and realize there is no pleasing this bunch of kooks and losers. It has nothing to do with love and tolerance; nor freedom from religion. They have a religion called Satanism and they hate and destroy human life and well being as part of that religion.
I hope the parents of those “Hail Satan” girls heard them loud and clear because they are in for a world of hurt and sorrow.
There is nothing new under the sun. (Ecclesiastes 1:9)
Nothing short of a civil war is needed.
“I believe Satan to exist for two reasons: first, the Bible says so; and second, I’ve done business with him.”
Kudos for the picture of Molech and accompanying Bible verse. That was very apropos.
“We all smiled at that - we were singing Amazing Grace at the time and they were trying to shout us out.”
Somehow, from this perspective, it seems rather chilling.
I don’t know how to explain it! I didn’t feel anything - no demonic presence, nothing. This is how I felt.
One of our volunteers commented after that she could feel it. I can’t say I felt a demonic presence on their part.
It certainly doesn’t do their ‘cause’ any favors...
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