Satanic Assault in American Public Schools

A new kind of Satanic assault in American public schools spikes

Satan started grooming kids away from Biblical conservative values by canceling school prayers in the 1960s. He then moved to remove Biblical tradition by removing the ten commandments in public edifices, the use of the Bible in public proceedings, and the celebration of Jesus’ birth in schools.

Then came LGBTQIA rights, perhaps the Bible’s most contentious argument because it boils down to choosing between one’s rights or God’s design.

Gender Equality in public schools

One of U.S. President Biden’s goals aims to advance gender equality through directives impacting government offices and public schools, resulting in rapid acceptance of transgenderism in public high schools.

These were incorporated in teachers’ training, such as in Global Compliance Network or GCN Training, where LGBTQ rights, such as gender pronouns, are heavily emphasized and must be supported.

Public high schools and colleges like the University of Urbana Champaign enforce the use of gender pronouns, even if it’s uncomfortable for other students and teachers.

The objective is to move God out of schools

Engel v. Vitale (1962)

This landmark case challenged the recitation of a state-composed prayer, which included the words “Almighty God,” in public schools in New York. The Supreme Court ruled that it violated the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause, setting a significant precedent.

Abington School District v. Schempp (1963)

In this case, the Supreme Court considered Bible readings and recitation of the Lord’s Prayer in public schools. The decision affirmed that such practices violated the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause.

Elk Grove District v. Newdow (2004)

Atheist Michael Newdow sued the Elk Grove Unified School District in California, arguing that the inclusion of “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance was unconstitutional for non-participating students, as his daughter was compelled to listen to it. Three of the Chief Justices, including Clarence Thomas, supported the constitutionality of teachers leading the Pledge with “under God.”

Jane Doe v. Acton-Boxborough (2014)

The Jane Doe v. Acton-Boxborough Regional School District case in Massachusetts challenged the inclusion of “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance, citing the state’s equal protection clause. The Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the Pledge.

Humanists vs. Matawan-Aberdeen (2014)

In March 2014, the American Humanist Association (AHA) and an anonymous atheist couple sued the Matawan-Aberdeen School District in New Jersey over the use of the Pledge of Allegiance, specifically the phrase “under God.”

AHA claimed it violated the New Jersey Constitution, despite the voluntary nature of the recitation and previous U.S. Supreme Court rulings upholding its constitutionality.

FFRF v. Hanover School District (2015)

f Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) challenged the Pledge of Allegiance because it included the phrase “under God,” recited in public schools in Hanover, Massachusetts. The First Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the use of the phrase, citing historical and patriotic value.

“Does Family” vs. Acton-Boxborough District (2019)

A family identified only as the “Does” brought a case against the Acton-Boxborough Regional School District, Massachusetts, because of the Pledge of Allegiance that included the phrase “under God.”

The Supreme Judicial Court, in a 7-0 vote, upheld a state law mandating daily Pledge recitations in schools while also ruling that this inclusion didn’t violate the equal-protection rights of atheist and humanist students. [EdW]

Matta v. Mathewson (2021)

A lawsuit in Rhode Island questioned the constitutionality of reciting the Pledge with the phrase “under God” in public schools. The case was dismissed at the state level, and as of the knowledge cutoff date in 2022, the issue remained unresolved.

The long list of demonic assaults against religious freedom and the nuclear family is growing. The war on family is merely a prelude to removing Christian values and the Bible from schools. 2021 can be considered a turning point as conservative Christians become a minority.

Here are other examples of Satan pushing God out of the school system:

  • 2015: Footballball coach Joseph Kennedy at Bremerton High School was fired for praying in the midfield.
  • 2018: Student Lake Ingle asked to apologize for refusing gender pronouns.
  • 2019: School principal Jennifer Sinclair of Manchester Elementary prohibited using “Christian ornaments” as holiday decorations.
  • 2020: Officials at Simpson Elementary School, Mississippi, forced a student to remove the mask because it had “Jesus” on it.
  • 2021: assistant principals Debra Cartwright and John Healy told a substitute teacher who’s also a parent at Glenbard North High School that he could not pray with his daughter if it were inside the school.
  • 2022: President Biden’s directives force Christian schools like Ozarks College to admit opposite-sex members to dorms.
  • 2022: Blake Allen, a high school student at Randolph Union in Vermont, was suspended for objecting to a transgender being allowed to use the girl’s locker room.
  • 2022: Student told by school Vice Principal Polido of Mater Academy not to bring Bible to avoid being harassed instead of defending his religious rights.
  • 2023: Texas District Keller Independent School pulled over 40 books, including the Bible, from its library.

Christian books are out—LGBTQ books in libraries

In 2021, Amazon and Apple’s modern-day “book burning” canceled faith-based books that help someone overcome homosexuality while these companies continue to sell books that affirm the homosexual lifestyle.

In 2022, several school libraries nationwide faced backlash from conservative parents after a long list of gay books became available in public school libraries. Clearly, Satan is waging war against children and parents.

At the same time, some of these libraries have welcomed with open arms the Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH), where transgenders read books to toddlers and children. Yet, when Christian author Kirk Cameron wanted to present his faith-based children’s book, 50 libraries rejected him.

School shooting incidents in the USA

The saga of school shootings in the USA bears witness to a malevolent force at work. Despite the urgent need for solutions, politicians have struggled to thwart this assault, leaving a trail of sorrow to wake.

From 2010 to 2020 alone, there have been 236 shooting-related incidents in American schools. That’s about 2 shootings occurring every month.

In 2023, a transgender man, Audrey Hale, a former student of Covenant School, fatally shot six people, including three children, with a detailed attack manifesto against the Christian academy. [NYP]

The growing number of school shootings:

  • 016 Shootings: 1950-1960 (10-Years average of 40 Million students)
  • 058 Shootings: 1980-1990 (10-Years average of 122 Million students)
  • 236 Shootings: 2010-2020 (10-Years average of 227 Million students)

Satan clubs in public schools

Just after same-sex was legalized in 2015, The Satanic Temple introduced the “After School Satan clubs.” They plan to have these clubs in schools across the U.S.

In January 2022, the second satan school program launched in Moline, Illinois. Kids had board and card games, crafts, and science projects. [Quad]

  • B.M. Williams Primary School, Chesapeake, Virginia.
  • Jane Addams Elementary School, Moline, Illinois.
  • Paonia K-8 school, Colorado
  • Saucon Valley School District, Pennsylvania (Under protest)

Satan seems to win, but God cannot be mocked; judgment is coming.


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