Satanic Temple Looks To Arkansas To Dedicate New Statue

Satanic Temple considering Arkansas Statehouse as a location for new monument

By Hunter Wallace

Now that the Satanic Temple has declared victory after the Oklahoma Supreme Court ordered the removal of a Ten Commandments monument from the grounds of the Oklahoma State Capitol, the group is now looking at the Arkansas Statehouse in Little Rock as a possible new host for its monument to Baphomet:

“LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – An Oklahoma Supreme Court ruling that will rid the Capitol grounds of a religious monument has simultaneously scuttled the plans of a group advocating for a Satanic statue there, and they now hope to enshrine the deity outside the Arkansas Statehouse.

The Satanic Temple, which advocates for the separation of church and state, spent more than $100,000 to design and construct an 8½-foot-tall bronze Baphomet, which depicts Satan as a goat-headed figure with horns, hooves, wings and a beard. With Oklahoma justices outlawing a Ten Commandments display from around its Capitol, The Satanic Temple has turned its attention to Arkansas, where lawmakers this year approved a similar Ten Commandments display on public land. …”

This is unlikely to happen, but such an expensive monument to Satan shouldn’t be allowed to go to waste when a compromise might be found. Instead of provincial capitols like Oklahoma City or Little Rock, the Satanic Temple should think in bolder, more national terms, and consider placing their monument to the Devil out in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.

I mean … why not? This proposal makes a lot more sense.  If 56 million abortions since Roe v. Wade aren’t an offering to Lucifer, then what is? Having declared himself a higher authority than God in his recent opinions on sodomy and gay marriage, Justice Anthony Kennedy could say a few words and dedicate the monument himself by cracking a bottle of champagne over it. Why would any Christian object to such a public display a Satanic piety provided that it is done in such an appropriate location?

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  1. What are these New Yorkers doing in Oklahoma and Arkansas anyway? Why don’t they stay in their own state and mind their own business? They ought to errect this statue in Boston, since it’s the true capital of America® anyway. Besides , like Satan, didn’t the Puritans set themselves above God?

  2. The origins of this was in the brown skinned Indus River Valley cultures that were conquered by the white Aryans, then won their freedom in the great battle of Kurukshetra, sparking the Zoroastrian Reaction.

    I believe it is Shiva, or the Maha Dev (Great Deva). From Deva we get both our word for devil and divine, a linguistic artifact from that great schism between Iran and India.

    In other words, even several millennia later, it is still the same war, just with some sightly different pronunciation of words. Heritage. Real heritage; the 1860 BC kind, not the 1860 AD kind.

  3. Pagan Indians (whether dot or feather) is not what this battle is about.

    It’s about Christendom, and the race of Christendom- White Euroepans. The Devil is alive and well, and the antichrist forces (including the godless, blasphemous, UGLY Jews) are in the forefront of it all.

    But then, do I really need to point that out to your reading audience, HW?

  4. Appropriately, the statue features a black little boy with a white little girl. Satanists are in favor of white genocide. Not surprising at all!

  5. Thanks to incorporation they can pull this crap. But incorporation is a double edged sword, and the second amendment in particular can be used to attack laws in their states.

    “Agreed, the thing belongs on capitol, federal grounds. Have they no ambition?” – No, it was just about getting rid of the 10 commandments.

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