I will repeat my statement once more on politics vs personal beliefs:
If you absolutely HAVE to have someone in office who has any sort of belief system other than atheism, put a fucking Satanist in the president’s chair.
They will blame no one, or no deity, but themselves for both triumph and failure.
They will not discriminate.
They will fight for equality and what is rightly deserved.
And above all, stupidity is seen as the biggest sin. Heaven forbid we actually have someone with some common fucking sense in the White House.
I fully agree, though you should be more specific in what you mean by “They will fight for equality[…]”
Satanists do not generally believe that all are created equal. Does this mean that there are racist Satanists out there? Sure, it’s plausible. Likely? Probably not, as ignorance is one of the highest sins.
However, I’m referring more to the fact that as a Satanist, one can already be viewed as “above the herd” if the philosophy has been correctly applied to oneself.
(Point #1 of Pentagonal Revisionism: Stratification!)
“and what is rightly deserved.”— I’ll certainly agree with that. Though it must be noted that Satanists are unapologetically selfish. Some may be so more than others—something I’d be watching out for.
That being said, even if by some insane miracle a Satanist does become popular with the masses of American sheep, I would highly advise one to give them the same amount of scrutiny one would give any other candidate when judging their character, platform, and leadership abilities. What’s the point of even aligning yourself with a Satanic candidate if you’re just going to blindly and loudly give praise where it may not be due? Definitely another big sin of ours.
To my fellow Satanic followers, this is probably just “preaching to the choir”.