posted on Jul, 18 2013 @ 07:48 PM
Satanists don't have a moral obligation to "turn the other cheek", so it's really the perfect group to do this.
In their parody they are using the same convoluted "logic" as Westboro (God allowed the Boston bombings because of gay marriage) by saying that
because Westboro wanted to troll the funerals of the Boston victims they are going to declare Phelp's mother a lesbian in the afterlife.
If Westboro can claim to know what happens to people in the afterlife based on their mythology, then anyone can do the same about anyone.
Strangely, considering all the religions and individuals Westboro have targeted, I've never seen them target Satanists.
Perhaps telling Satanists that they're going to hell is a bit too obvious, and not very shocking.
But it's never too late to start, and Satanic aesthetics vs. Westboro aesthetics would make for fascinating viewing.
There is perhaps a risk that some religious groups will conflate all gay people with Satanists (although that wouldn't bother me personally, since
gays are already the spawn of the devil to some, and haters are going to hate one way or another), but I'm not sure which group would make that
accusation to defend Westboro, since it appears that they pretty much blew it with everyone, even other anti-gay religious groups.