Oklahoma Christians Lose Their Sh*t Over A Planned Satanic Mass

Many Christians have been passing laws under the guise of protecting “religious freedom,” but really they only want freedom for Christians. Oklahoma is proving that this week. A Satanic church has scheduled a large Black Mass at the Oklahoma City Civic Center on August 15.

A petition to have this mass canceled is already circulating the Internet. People are urging Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin and Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett to put a stop to this mass.

Are these people reading the Constitution? I guess “religious freedom” is only guaranteed if you are a Christian.

The overly-dramatic petition reads:

“With my whole heart and soul, I express full, complete and vehement rejection of the satanic Black Mass scheduled at the Oklahoma City Civic Center on August 15, 2016. I urge you to cancel this event which offends more than 1 billion Catholics worldwide, 200,000 Catholics in Oklahoma and countless more God-loving Americans. Sacrilege is simply NOT free speech.”

Sacrilege is EXACTLY free speech, people. Their beliefs may be wrong in your religion, but that is not a reason to suppress other people’s religious freedom.

The mass is the second part of a ritual that began in 2014.

The Traditional Family Property group had this to say about the ritual:

“To defile and smear the true Mass, the Blessed Sacrament, and the Mother of God is not even remotely a form of religious expression, but rather a direct act of anti-religious bigotry and hatred against God.  And when government buildings open their doors and allow a satanic Black Mass that offends God so deeply, it begs the question: Where is our beloved nation headed?  Are we still one nation under God?”

No, we are not one nation under god because not everyone believes in your god. These Christians do NOT have the right to cancel this event. If you don’t like it, don’t go! Simple!

Featured image by Max-Leonhard von Schaper, availabler under a Creative Commons 2.0 license.

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