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https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/03/technology/texas-abortion-law-website-tiktok.html

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Others on Twitter called for a boycott of GoDaddy, the company that hosts the Texas Right to Life tip site. They claimed the site violated GoDaddy’s rules that prohibit customers from collecting or harvesting nonpublic information about anyone without their “prior written consent.”

GoDaddy said late Thursday that it had given Texas Right to Life 24 hours to find a new hosting provider before cutting off service.

i mean idk the full details of how website/app hosting works but if GoDaddy shuts down the site where you can report evil aborters to and no other host picks them up, the whole effort might fall apart? my understanding of the law is that it's entirely dependent upon citizens reporting it to these people. (please correct me if my info is off)

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4 hours ago, auxien said:

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/03/technology/texas-abortion-law-website-tiktok.html

i mean idk the full details of how website/app hosting works but if GoDaddy shuts down the site where you can report evil aborters to and no other host picks them up, the whole effort might fall apart? my understanding of the law is that it's entirely dependent upon citizens reporting it to these people. (please correct me if my info is off)

They said they already found another web host 

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On 9/1/2021 at 8:16 PM, chenGOD said:

Texas really going hard for worst state for women to live in:

https://www.npr.org/2021/09/01/1033202132/texas-abortion-ban-what-happens-next

the satanic church argues its members in Texas should be exempt from Senate Bill 8 under the Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which bans government from infringing on religion.

“The Satanic Temple stands ready to assist any member that shares its deeply-held religious convictions regarding the right to reproductive freedom.

Accordingly, we encourage any member who resides in Texas and wishes to undergo the Satanic Abortion Ritual within the first 24 weeks of pregnancy to contact The Satanic Temple so we may help them fight this law directly.”

https://thesatanictemple.com/pages/faq

https://www.khou.com/amp/article/news/local/texas/satanic-temple-challenges-texas-abortion-law/285-edf8b1f8-8605-4e6d-9331-afeefe1e5352

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2 hours ago, zero said:

it's not everyday you root for the Satanic temple, but hey, I'll take it if it throws a wrench into the R clown show thing going on right now

idk, I find myself rooting for them pretty much every time they make a headline.

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7 minutes ago, rhmilo said:

Isn’t the Satanic Temple just a social club for libtards with an edgy name?

no, that's the church of scientology. and their "main" political affiliation is with the "based" conservative party

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You guys had me doubting, so I looked it up:

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The Mission Of The Satanic Temple Is To Encourage Benevolence And Empathy, Reject Tyrannical Authority, Advocate Practical Common Sense, Oppose Injustice, And Undertake Noble Pursuits.

So: yes.

 

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yeah wtf... disappointed to learn they're a human rights organization masquerading as a religious institution for tax break purposes. so not the devil worshipping fetus eaters I was hoping they'd be. kinda lame to name your group "The Satanic Temple," and you don't have anything to do with Satan / the devil...

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7 minutes ago, zero said:

yeah wtf... disappointed to learn they're a human rights organization masquerading as a religious institution for tax break purposes. so not the devil worshipping fetus eaters I was hoping they'd be. kinda lame to name your group "The Satanic Temple," and you don't have anything to do with Satan / the devil...

i think that's all open to interpretation. i'm not a member of the church or anything.. but know someone ordained. it's not really what we think. also they dispute the accepted narrative about satan and all that. 

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15 minutes ago, ignatius said:

i think that's all open to interpretation. i'm not a member of the church or anything.. but know someone ordained. it's not really what we think. also they dispute the accepted narrative about satan and all that. 

from what little I know of these type of groups, sounds about right. they call themselves church of satan or something similar, but no, we're not satan worshippers! we're open-minded naturalists talking about pantheism, spiritualism, or some other new-agey mumbo jumbo. I'm old school though. I like good vs. evil nicely compartmentalized. I grew up in the latch key kid era where devil worshipping satanists could break into your house at any minute and cut everyone up into tiny pieces. so keep the fuckin door locked!

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13 minutes ago, zero said:

from what little I know of these type of groups, sounds about right. they call themselves church of satan or something similar, but no, we're not satan worshippers! we're open-minded naturalists talking about pantheism, spiritualism, or some other new-agey mumbo jumbo. I'm old school though. I like good vs. evil nicely compartmentalized. I grew up in the latch key kid era where devil worshipping satanists could break into your house at any minute and cut everyone up into tiny pieces. so keep the fuckin door locked!

it's the official church of satan though. not a random group. 

https://www.churchofsatan.com/

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Welcome to the official website of the Church of Satan.

Founded on April 30, 1966 c.e. by Anton Szandor LaVey, we are the first above-ground organization in history openly dedicated to the acceptance of Man’s true nature—that of a carnal beast, living in a cosmos that is indifferent to our existence. To us, Satan is the symbol that best suits the nature of we who are carnal by birth—people who feel no battles raging between our thoughts and feelings, we who do not embrace the concept of a soul imprisoned in a body. He represents pride, liberty, and individualism—qualities often defined as Evil by those who worship external deities, who feel there is a war between their minds and emotions.

As Anton LaVey explained in his classic work The Satanic Bible, Man—using his brain—invented all the Gods, doing so because many of our species cannot accept or control their personal egos, feeling compelled to conjure up one or a multiplicity of characters who can act without hindrance or guilt upon whims and desires. All Gods are thus externalized forms, magnified projections of the true nature of their creators, personifying aspects of the universe or personal temperaments which many of their followers find to be troubling. Worshipping any God is thus worshipping by proxy those who invented that God. Since the Satanist understands that all Gods are fiction, instead of bending a knee in worship to—or seeking friendship or unity with—such mythical entities, he places himself at the center of his own subjective universe as his own highest value.

We Satanists are thus our own “Gods,” and as beneficent “deities” we can offer love to those who deserve it and deliver our wrath (within reasonable limits) upon those who seek to cause us—or that which we cherish—harm. Magus Gilmore’s essay “What, The Devil?” from The Satanic Scriptures discusses this in greater detail.

 

 

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16 minutes ago, zero said:

from what little I know of these type of groups, sounds about right. they call themselves church of satan or something similar, but no, we're not satan worshippers! we're open-minded naturalists talking about pantheism, spiritualism, or some other new-agey mumbo jumbo. I'm old school though. I like good vs. evil nicely compartmentalized. I grew up in the latch key kid era where devil worshipping satanists could break into your house at any minute and cut everyone up into tiny pieces. so keep the fuckin door locked!

From what I gather these guys aren’t open minded naturalists at all, they really are what I glibly referred to as a social club for libtards: they use some quirks in US law to subvert laws on religion against themselves, primarily to further social causes that usually have their supporters on the left - as they are doing now, in fact.

All the while throwing around satanic imagery to piss off people who truly *are* religious. From where I’m standing, in the thoroughly secular Netherlands, it all seems a bit silly and childish, but I imagine in the US, where fundamentalist Christianity genuinely has a lot of power, it’s a lot more relevant.

 

edit: this is about the temple of satan. The *church* of satan, on the other hand, is more like what you describe (and also not involved in this).

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one of the Satanic groups is 'good' the other isn't very good. idk which is which since my memory is shit so i think the good one needs to destroy the other one.

the good one, whichever it is (i guess not this one?), is pretty cool usually tho. 

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13 minutes ago, Nebraska said:

some dude from walmart wants to add another amerikkkan city
 

 


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there's no fucking water. coloado river about to run out. shit is fucking drying out. why fuck up the desert for some bullshit? of all the things that can be done w/billions of dollars a city in the desert seems low on the totem pole. 

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Copies of the “field interview cards” that police complete when they question civilians reveal that LAPD officers are instructed to record a civilian’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media accounts, alongside basic biographical information. An internal memo further shows that the police chief, Michel Moore, told employees that it was critical to collect the data for use in “investigations, arrests, and prosecutions”, and warned that supervisors would review cards to ensure they were complete.

Revealed: LAPD officers told to collect social media data on every civilian they stop (The Guardian)

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