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Heavy Metal Musician Fights Poland Blasphemy Laws
The man knows something about rebellion.
Just as I was about to publish this, the Supreme Court issued a ruling that would allow certain California churches to host in-person gatherings despite the COVID threat. The conservatives on the Court won’t rest until religion is used as an excuse to hurt as many people as possible.
Polish heavy metal musician Adam Darski (a.k.a. Nergal) has been charged with the crime of blasphemy, which is punishable by up to 2 years in prison in Poland. Darski’s “offence against religious feelings” was a social media post of himself stepping on a picture of the Virgin Mary, which led to a €3,340 (about $4,000 USD) fine. He’s fighting the ruling, as he should, and you can chip in.
Just dropping this here:
Every time I see televangelist Robin Bullock I prepare myself for a bad Black Sabbath cover song— only to find Bullock isn’t singing about the Crazy Train, he’s riding it.
Pastor Shane Vaughn is moving the goal post on prophecies from God after it finally becomes obvious that Biden did, in fact, win the presidency.
“He never said consecutive. That was read into his prophecy, but he didn’t say it. He said two terms.”
One Million Moms, which is really just one conservative woman with a keyboard and a clutch of pearls, is raging at Nickelodeon’s “LGBTQ agenda” for including a gay-friendly nod in a Blue’s Clues version of the alphabet.
Finally, I’m reupping my video about Rep. Madison Cawthorn given a new article documenting how he’s a moral monster.