A new generation of L.A. Satanists finds community in blasphemous times

“If you don’t give people some sense of magic and community, you get the Proud Boys,” Alexandra said, referring to the fraternal neo-fascist group created by Vice Media co-founder Gavin McInnes. Zachary agreed: “People like the Proud Boys have their own social clubs, and that’s black magic. Instead of running away from that, we need to find better ways of organizing ourselves.

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  • ontario john

    Up here its called the United Church of Canada.

    • Mark Matis

      Down here it is called the Democrat party. Or the Rove wing of the Republican party. Or the Media…

  • Editor

    I suggest you go read the entire article if you need a laugh. It is a masterclass in clichés, regurgitated leftist talking points and unsupported lies. They even shoehorn in President Trump and Gavin McInnes FFS. As for the satanists, they meet in a lot of basements, probably their parents’, they’re in a rock band and dress in black. Ooohhh, and they even bought a skull! Arrested adolescents trying their best to shock and piss off their parents. The meme “It’s not a phase Mom!” comes to mind.

    • Bingo.

    • UCSPanther

      In my experience, people who adopt “edgy” ideologies like satanism, militant atheism or any political totalitarianism (see also: communism, nazism) and do so with gusto are more often than not doing it as a form of childish rebellion in an effort to spite their families.

      Some will even flat-out admit it.

  • Oh, please.

    Is anyone else tired of these poseurs and their pretentious twaddle?

    • UCSPanther

      The trouble is that when something becomes mainstream, embracing it no longer is “fighting the man”. In this case, it is becoming “the man”.

      Nowadays, being a Puritan is looking more and more like “fighting the man”…

      • Clausewitz

        The next revolutionaries will be those who speak the truth.

      • Exactly.

        And the mantilla. Really?