Gaiaguys, submitted by unixbeard. Australia can finally joing the 21st century. They have their own batshit insane Internet conspiracy theorist. These guy(s) are actually pretty good too, they don't just talk crazy, they actually bring weird and worthless lawsuits against government officials.
However, after waiting six weeks, Victoria State Premier Steve Bracks finally coughs up a predictably vile and evasive form letter. "Victorian law makes no provision for the Premier to intervene in, or comment on, these proceedings. [being the EOCV's acceptance of a complaint from a religious organization which openly advocates torture, child sacrifice, cannibalism, the right to kill those who would thwart them, pederasty and who have, as their public logo, erect male genitalia with 666 beneath it] If you require further assistance with the matters you raise, I suggest that you consider obtaining independent legal advice, if you have not already done so."
When was the last time we had a real old-fashioned Satanic Cult? As far as I can tell there has pretty much never been one, which is too bad because conspiracy theorists like the Gaiaguys imagine thousands of Satanic Cults practically running the world. It would be fun to see their faces when it turned out their really were Satanists everywhere. In the mean time, we'll just have to settle for murderous Norwegian black metal musicians.
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