Wednesday, March 31, 2004

Moloch of the Week - Dr. William Fitzhugh 

A doctor who testified yesterday in one of three simultaneous trials challenging the congressional ban on partial birth abortions proclaimed he would probably continue performing the prohibited procedure and risk a jail sentence rather than obey the ban.

Dr. William Fitzhugh of Richmond, Va., said during the Nebraska trial that began Monday, "I'd have to take my chances," according to an Associated Press report. (story)

Doctors use to be kind of a pain to me. That Hippocratic Oath was very irksome especially the part that says

I will give no deadly medicine to anyone if asked, nor suggest any such counsel; and in like manner I will not give to a woman a pessary to produce abortion.

They have totally abandoned having doctors swear the Hippocratic Oath and instead have Principles of Medical Ethics. One of the coolest ideas I every came upon to attack morality was to transform the word morals to ethics. Now this doesn't sound like that big of deal, but boy I have I gotten results. Try to name an ethicist from a name brand university that isn't firmly in my grasp. Ethics can mean anything now and you can find various reasons to call anything ethical.

Bioethicist Pete Singer at Princeton University decries "specieism”, which he describes as the idea that human beings have a higher intrinsic value than animals. He also says there is no difference between late term abortions and infanticide and that they are both ethical. How is that for some Molochian Moxy? If somebody who claimed they were a moral teacher espoused those ideas they would be laughed out of town, but simply change the word to bioethicist and it's modern and scientific.



The case arose when a young woman who entered an abortion clinic for an abortion changed her mind. The abortionist, William P. Egherman, who has committed over 10,000 abortions, instead of stopping the procedure, called in assistants to hold her down while he continued to dilate her cervix.

...The woman and her lawyer, former judge Chris Sapp, filed suit in the federal courts, arguing that the abortionist had violated the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act (FACE). FACE was passed to guarantee the right of women to receive reproductive health care. But if a woman had a right to enter a clinic to get an abortion, Sapp argued, she also has a right to leave a clinic in order to protect herself and her baby. The suit was lost, but an appeal is planned-- to the US Supreme Court if necessary.

According to Sapp, "This ruling does establish a precedent for forced abortion." An expectant mother receiving a routine gynecological exam, for example, could be held down and forcibly aborted. The abortionist would merely have to argue that the abortion was necessary to protect the mother's health or life, and this would not be a violation of the FACE Act. (story

Don't you just love choice?


Thursday, March 25, 2004

Moloch Rules 

One of my enemies who considers himself some kind of joker made some license plates mocking my friends at Planned Parenthoods new license plate in Montana. Their new license plate is "Pro-Family, Pro-Choice." My friends have such a great sense of humor. Equating being pro family with killing a member of your family is ROTFOHL (Rolling On The Floor Of Hell Laughing). Their efforts to make the cities of Montana as barren as the rest of the state are praise worthy indeed.

Now even though this license plate is kind of a back handed compliment, I accept it anyway.


Tuesday, March 23, 2004

Moloch's Medical School 

A student in his senior year at a Canadian medical school will not be permitted to graduate because of his Christian, pro-life stand against abortion.

According to Toronto-based LifeSiteNews.com, the student, who has requested anonymity, was given a failing grade in obstetrics and gynecology because he refused to perform abortions or to refer patients out for any abortive procedure.

Three different appeals to the Medical School over the past six months have failed to have the student reinstated. The most recent challenge, said the report, was March 3, when the student appeared before faculty of medicine's highest appeal committee. (source)

What an absurd idea. Thinking you are going to become a doctor and having a god-like power over life and death and not kill people. Don't all budding doctors dream one day of the first life they will take? He must think that being a doctor that you work to save lives or some naive concept such as that.


Monday, March 22, 2004

Not scared - for a life 

A reader sent along this story:

There was a time when the abortion debate focused on the right of a woman to choose whether to end her pregnancy without the threat of criminal penalties or government harassment. How far this debate has moved from there was evident in a courthouse in Salt Lake City last week.

Melissa Ann Rowland stands accused of refusing to have a caesarian section to save the lives of twins she was carrying. According to doctors and nurses at a hospital there, Rowland refused the C-section because of the scar that would result and allegedly stated she would rather "lose one of the babies than be cut like that." Rowland has now been charged with murder after one baby was born stillborn and the other barely survived.

The president of the National Organization for Women, Kim Gandy, proclaimed that she was "aghast" that Rowland had been charged criminally and insisted that charges would never have been brought if Rowland were a "soccer mom," rather than a drug user with a checkered past. Other groups have called the charges an attack on motherhood or a conspiracy of anti-abortion advocates. (source)

I just love that my friend Kim Gandy was "aghast" at her being criminally charged and not at her making a sacrificial offering to avoid a tummy scar. With people like Kim I can't just kick back and enjoy. I hardly even have to whisper any words of encouragements to groups like NOW. They are mostly operate in Moloch-Autonomous mode.


Sunday, March 21, 2004

Mexicans for Moloch 

The trends in Mexico over the last hundred of years have met much with my approval. The outlawing of the Catholic Church in the first part of the 1900s and the executions of countless priest and religious was highly entertaining. Unfortunately they changed these laws but the government still continues to be very anti-Christian.

Just this week they gave Mel Gibson's movie on the Passion of ****** an X rating. Me and my brother demons had a good laugh out of that. Then the following article really gave me renewed zeal in our cause.

Her domain is a labyrinth of grimy streets lined with auto-body shops and humble mom-and-pop stores. From her perch behind a glass-encased altar adorned with candles, decayed flowers and shot glasses of tequila, she watches scruffy curs pick through garbage while a constant stream of pilgrims lays offerings at her feet.

To Roman Catholic Church officials, the skeletal woman in the long, flowing robes is an evil figure, a grisly embodiment of satanic purposes. But to the desperately poor and overlooked residents of Tepito she is a pop-folk idol and often a last, best hope for answering unanswered prayers.

She is La Santa Muerte, "Saint Death."

Her petitioners are prostitutes, drug dealers and murderers, as well as multitudes of ordinary housewives, taxi drivers and street vendors hoping to cure a sick child or pay the rent or simply make it through another day without getting robbed or shot.

Over the past 20 years, her following has grown so large that in some parts of Mexico she is becoming a rival in popular affection to the Virgin of Guadalupe, the manifestation of the Virgin Mary that is the reigning symbol of Mexican national identity.

"She is a Virgin of Guadalupe in negative: That which one can't ask of the Virgin, one can ask of her," says Homero Aridjis, a poet, novelist and former Mexican diplomat who recently published a short-story collection about La Santa Muerte's mysterious and firm grip on the Mexican soul.

"If ... today you are going to sell drugs or you are going to kidnap somebody, you ask her (La Santa Muerte) for help so you can commit crimes safely," author Aridjis says with a rueful laugh. "You see some very innocent people praying and making offerings, and some very tough people as well." (source)

One of my brother demons bragged that he could get people to worship and pray to death in Mexico. Humans are a curious lot that will do almost anything, but even I was a little pessimistic about this happening in Mexico. This has long been the province of that women. You know the one. Mary is frequently seen in statues with her foot crushing a snake. Pure and blatant anti-demon prejudice picking on a representation of our boss like that. Her representation as Our Lady of Guadalupe has always had anti-demon connotations. The title "Guadalupe" is probably the phonetic equivalent of the title, "She who breaks, stamps or crushes the serpent." Her snake bias is insidious.

But we now have our revenge. In the very mockery of praying to the saints, especially Mary, we have succeeded in them not only praying to death but asking for favors against the will of that almighty chap. Ha!. A well done job indeed. I have told you before that our best work is done in imitation of our very foe the church. In this case imitation is not a form of flattery. It is our efforts to corrupt the very things that will keep people from us.

By the way, does anybody know if there is some html code for demoniacal laugh?


Thursday, March 18, 2004

Abortionist working in Catholic Hospital 

A correspondent has now made me aware of something else, at least as bad, also going on at the Anchorage hospital. Thomas Szyszkiewicz, author of the OSV article, in the course of his investigation turned up some information about a physician there, one of two perinatologists in Alaska. Providence hospital's Dr. Nelson B. Isada has been involved, through his research and publication as well as through his advocacy, in promoting abortion, including "selective reduction" of multiple pregnancies, and including partial-birth abortion.

This anti-Molochian is trying to take away the right to livelihood of my dear friend Dr. Nelson Isada. He is encouraging people to write the Archbishop of that diocese. Well I will do the same. Support abortion doctor Dr. Nelson Isada and write in favor of his presence. Tell them Moloch sent you.

Contact information for the Archbishop:

Archdiocese of Anchorage
225 Cordova St.
Anchorage, AK 99501




Tuesday, March 16, 2004

Way to go! 

Asmodeus, a brother demon, sent me this link.

The March of Dimes has removed information from its website about the risk of premature birth following abortion. Previously, the website had included a statement that women with a history of three or more miscarriages or abortions may be at higher risk of premature delivery. In actuality, the risk of premature birth increases after only one induced abortion, according to the Elliot Institute.

David Reardon, the director of the Elliot Institute says at least 50 published studies have shown significantly higher risk of premature birth and low birth weight deliveries among women with a history of abortion. One of the best, a Danish record based study, found the risk doubled after just one abortion. Multiple abortions increase the risk even more. Reardon says a doubling of risk among an estimated one-fourth of delivering women who have a prior history of abortion would result in a 25 percent rise overall.

Rather than changing the website to include the more accurate information, the March of Dimes eliminated mention of the risk entirely.


I love the delicious irony of March of Dimes parading pictures of babies on their web site while at the same time removing information to help prevent possibly fatal birth defects. Even when anti-Molochian sites put out this information nobody believes them or just ignores them. Who would believe that March of Dimes might have a agenda other than preventing birth defects? My brothers and I work best by corrupting from within. To make a mockery of what was "good" is a joy for us.


Friday, March 12, 2004

Moloch of the Week 

In an apparent attempt to mend relations with Christians, Planned Parenthood has hired a national chaplain to "articulate the spiritual dimensions of sexuality and reproduction."

Rev. Ignacio Castuera, senior pastor of St. John's United Methodist Church in the Watts district of Los Angeles, also will seek to build better relations with the largely pro-life Hispanic community.

"His expertise in offering spiritual insight and guidance to the reproductive health movement is invaluable," Planned Parenthood president Gloria Feldt said in a statement announcing the appointment Monday. "We are honored that he has accepted this position."


As demons we don't have the power to create anything out of nothing ourselves. But we don't really need to since we can just imitate all we want. What better than to imitate the very church that was setup to destroy us, HA! They have ministers and priests, fine, we will have are own also. We just love to corrupt the very things that are to help save those foolish mortals souls. So I proudly give this weeks "Moloch of the Week" award to Rev. Ignacio Castuera. By the way the award statue is fireproof so that he can take it with him.


Thursday, March 11, 2004

Right to say no? 

Well, you, my devilish cohort, are in very serious danger of revealing your work to the Enemy's noxious loved ones, thus endangering our chances of snatching them from his bloody grasp. The report linked above shows how careless and over-confident you have become, and I will take great pleasure in turning the report over to Our Father Below for appropriate sanctions if another such missive crosses my desk.

This is your final warning, given only because newly-damned human souls are ever more delicious down here than the rotten souls of long-ago fallen demons. Do I make myself understood?

A relative of mine seems to be concerned about this article.

Responding to a recent ruling allowing forced abortions, a former judge is petitioning the U.S. Supreme Court to acknowledge a woman's "right to say no."

An appeals court ruled earlier this year an expectant mother can be aborted by force if the physician argues it is necessary to "protect the health of the mother."

But pro-life attorney Chris Sapp is prepared to challenge the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling Jan. 23 in Roe II v. Aware Women Center for Choice, Inc., says the Virginia-based Population Research Institute. PRI is "dedicated to ending human rights abuses committed in the name of 'family planning,' and to ending counter-productive social and economic paradigms premised on the myth of 'overpopulation.'

This news does not exactly have me shaking. None of my friends have any problem with forced abortions. Have you ever heard an outcry against forced abortions in China or forced sterilizations in China and South America? We care nothing about women, just the right to abortion. Some of my opposition might think that something like this being against choice would cause judges to make a decision to overturn this. Ha! My judges care nothing about reason or logic or even the foolish U.S. Constitution. We can find whatever right we want in any document we want. And if we can't sufficiently manufacture it we will even resort to legal documents from other countries. If we needed to we could find the right to abortion and sodomy on the back of a box of cereal.

To prove my contention about the cool corruption of my judges.

WASHINGTON -- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has lent her name and presence to a lecture series co-sponsored by the liberal NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund, an advocacy group that often argues before the court in support of women's rights that the justice embraces.

My friends go into a fit when a Supreme Court Justice goes fishing with the Vice President, but we will have no problem with this pandering to other friends of ours.


Wednesday, March 10, 2004

I am jealous 

This Wednesday, March 10th, is a holiday with which you may not be familiar, but should be: the National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers.

The very fact that there exists such a "holiday"-created in 1996 and co-sponsored by more than twenty major groups, including Planned Parenthood and National Organization for Women (NOW)-says everything you need to know about the pro-abortion movement today.

...Aside from Planned Parenthood and NOW, it is endorsed by such mainstream "pro-choice" groups as National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

The abortionist appreciation "holiday," according to the web site of the umbrella group that founded it, Refuse and Resist, entails such as activities as "local appreciation day events," and asking people to use their "imagination, creativity and dedication to help create a climate" where abortionists "can hold their heads high."

[Source][Via Summa Mamas]

Now this isn't a unholy day of obligation like the anniversary of Roe V. Wade is, but I want you all to go out and hug an abortionist today.

This is from their web site Refuse & Resist

Praise clinic staff and doctors with cards and letters of appreciation. Let them know they have your support and thanks.
Bring your local clinic staff flowers or a breakfast basket of fruit or muffins.
Organize local appreciation day events.
Organize with others to hold a March 10th dinner with area providers.
Step up to the front lines and be a volunteer clinic escort.
Ask your local provider how you can help.
Write your local newspaper, call talk shows to express support.
Take out ads in your newsletters and local newspapers.
Use your imagination, creativity and dedication to help create a climate at clinics where women, doctors and staff can hold their heads high without feeling shamed or fearing assault.

Now some of you in our pro-choice community are still a little uneasy about the abortionist doctors themselves. Here is my tip. Chant the mantra choice, choice, choice over and over again in your head until the image of actual babies and surgical implements go out of your head.

My suggestion for an appropriate fruit basket to send your local abortionist is blood oranges with baby bananas.


Tuesday, March 09, 2004

Some Catholic Friends 

I received a link to some Catholic Newspaper and a section on human sexuality. I figured it would be the same old thing about the permanence of marriage and the evil of contraception. Boy was I wrong. These people at the National Catholic Reporter are truly some of my friends. I guess it was the similarity to the name of that hateful newspaper to me The National Catholic Register. They really need to do something about their title by scaring off people who think they actually believe in Catholic doctrine.

The church's position on contraception is untenable. Because the church's leaders lack a true understanding of women and the struggles of family life, its teachings are no longer challenging but simply dismissed by most Catholics who have concluded that the church is wrong.

Don't you just love relativism. Because people are not practicing something it makes it no longer true.

I feel inadequate to respond, but of course I have a couple of ideas. The vibrant communities of faith when we cannot choose leaders from among all the faithful with shared beliefs? From this springs many of the other questions.

I also love false humility. Have you ever noticed that someone who starts off a paragraph with "I feel inadequate to respond" ends up responding in paragraph after paragraph.

Reconsider the situation of divorced Catholics and dismantle annulment-granting procedures and structures.

The church does not understand marriage, let alone the complicated cultural, psychological and spiritual conditions that make a marriage no longer viable. The church's position on divorce places many believers effectively outside the sacramental life of the church and therefore meaningful participation in the community. The present muzzling of theologians prevents the development of theology to meet the needs of new situations in the church. This is true in both the developing world (inculturation) and the developed world -- in addition to denying due process to individuals (e.g., the mandatum process).

This is just so true. Just like people don't understand us "fallen angels" and the complicated cultural and psychological and spiritual conditions that made us choose to follow a different path and a meaningful participation for us in hell.

We must search for a coherent and persuasive moral stance on sexual morality: marriage and its support systems, family planning, reconciliation after divorce, homosexual activity, natural law.

It just keeps getting better and better.

Rework the whole theology of marriage as a sacrament and a special vocation that is not simply ruled by canon or civil law, dispensations, divorces masquerading as annulments, etc. The dead legalist weight of centuries must be cleared away to give a new foundation of support, spiritual and social, to the survival of the human family. The human family, which is the sum total of the millions of human families (nuclear or unitary) struggling to grow and survive in loving and supportive unity.

Exactly. Keep destroying the family and my work is made just so much easier.

Some people remain in dead marriages because of church law. This is not life-giving for them and their children. There's also the issue of couples cohabiting before marriage, widespread among young people in the United States and Europe. When they come to the rectory, how are they treated? Scolded, sent away unless they agree to live apart until the wedding day, or is that visit seen as an opportunity for evangelization and reconciliation? The same applies to those married outside the church who seek to have their children baptized.

As they say, read the whole thing. I am adding these people to my friends list right away.


Monday, March 08, 2004

My friends in England 

A controversial fertility clinic, which will focus on helping lesbian couples and single women to become pregnant using donated sperm, is to set up in Britain.

In a direct challenge to moral conservatives and fertility regulators, the businessman behind two websites offering sperm and human eggs is taking over an existing clinic in Bristol, which will be renamed the Man Not Included New Life Centre.

John Gonzalez will target his services at lesbians and single women despite the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority Act 1990, which says clinics must take into account a child's need for a father.

"We quite openly push the fact that we help lesbians and single women [through the websites]," he told the Guardian. "I can see no reason why we shouldn't push that through our clinics." Suzi Leather, who chairs the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), recently said she thought the clause about fathers ought to go.


More good news. This is just excellent on so many levels. Lesbian sex is by it's very nature is supremely contraceptive and against procreation. This technology is great because it even further separates procreation from sex. As long as I can sell that sex is for pleasure only I assure a constant supply of sacrifices are made. The technology has some great side benefits also. They implant multiple embryos in the womb hoping at least one survives. Now in the odd change that more develop than the quota they have set, they do selective reductions (abortions) to remove them. If they don't develop then they die and another soul is sacrificed anyway. This is a win-win situation for me no matter what happens.

Now being a demon I know about the reality that there is a soul so I can't conveniently forget that a murder, I mean a sacrifice is taking place in these situations. I do enjoy the subterfuge that my friends use in selling what they do. They use plenty of words to help to deny the existence of a human soul and to equate the baby as just tissue. Well if this will salve their consciences then it is fine with me, as long as they continue to deliver.


Sunday, March 07, 2004

Beautiful Pro-Choice Propaganda 

My friends at NARAL: Pro-Choice America have outdone themselves this time with this masterly propaganda. Using a Flash animation they display a women in a pink dress walking through the streets of a city and then to overlay it with such phrases as.

Life just won't be the same without it

Your going to miss it.

I loved the special irony of this part since they use the phrase displayed over a crowd of people. When we get our way there won't be no crowds of people messing up the streets.

It has changed many lives

Then it shows this women approaching a city bus that has a picture of President Bush and others signing the Partial Birth Abortion ban. She then jumps back in shock. If ends with this message asking for help for our cause.

Some things ARE more important than a TV show...like your right to choose.

President Bush has already criminalized safe abortion procedures. Four Supreme Court Justices have ruled against choice. And states have introduced a whopping 150 anti-choice measures in a few short weeks

You can do something right now to protect your right to privacy and freedom of choice.

Now myself as a demon I am overboard at times in my approach to things. I would demand that people would sacrifice to me so that they might receive my empty gifts such as prosperity. I was never subtle enough to disguise my sacrifices as choice. But you can't argue with success and disguising the reality of abortion under a camouflage of words is an excellent approach.

When you see the words "President Bush has already criminalized safe abortion procedures. " Would you ever realize they were talking about...


Saturday, March 06, 2004

Junior Molochs 

I have added some links under Junior Molochs. I enjoy nothing better than groups that started out as C*****ian organizations that end up supporting my agenda. The YWCA has been especially supportive in recent years though I was rather upset when they removed Patricia Ireland formerly of N.O.W. as their president. They had finally put a president in charge who represented the agenda they practiced. In the end, though, they didn't have the guts to keep her on after public pressure was applied. Oh well as long as they continue to do my bidding I am pragmatic enough to not care if they slight one of my dearest friends.

I know one joyous day we will finally have merit badges for condom application and abortion knowledge.

Update: I am sure that you might have noticed that so far I don't have those high-and-mighty Boy Scouts under my wings. But this report I found about my friends at National Public Radio gives me hope.

...I sure didn't expect what I heard on The Midnight Special: a jaunty piano tune played by a flouncy, swooning "gay" man, detailing all the changes he would wrought if only he were allowed to be a Boy Scout. Something along the lines of "powder blue uniforms on cute little boys...", scornful repetition of the phrase "morally straight" from the Boy Scout oath, and on and on about how they don't want "a Boy Scout like me." A wave of applause closed the performace.
[Random Notes]


Dogs take a lead over children 

A reader sent along this story.

LONDON, England (CNN) -- "Mommy loves you," cooed Charlotte (Kristin Davis) in a recent episode of "Sex and the City." She was not referring to her child, but to her dog, Elizabeth Taylor.

Charlotte, who is unable to have children, finds comfort mothering her dog. And similar scenarios appear to be playing out in real life. Statistics from insurers Norwich Union reveal people are substituting dogs for children: Kids are out; dogs are in.

Spokeswoman Isabel Baumber said: "While the UK birth rate has been falling over the past decade, nearly half the population now owns a pet."

However, owning a pet does not simply mean providing it with food, water and exercise. Owners spend £3.5 billion ($6.4 billion) a year spoiling pets with birthday and Christmas gifts, including doggie perfume, embroidered cushions and designer collars.
[Full Story]

I just so enjoy stories like this. A falling birth rate actually means that more children are sacrificed before being born. I remember the story of one women who when she got a new dog took off from work to bond with it, but when she had her first child; right away it was shipped off to day care. I love the human mind and the inconsistencies it can store within it to do my bidding. This general attitude helps to make sure that when a child does slip past the gauntlet of contraceptive measures that it will soon face the more challenging foe of the abortion doctor on the sacrificial altar of the surgical table.


Friday, March 05, 2004

Hate Mail 

Some of my mail is really getting malicious. For example.

I dislike you so much, I stopped 'blogging for Lent just so I could come back after Lent and be better at disliking you. So you better put me on your enemies list.


Well he didn't come right out and say "prayer and fasting" but his evil intent was evident. Though I do remember this Victor Lams character posting graphics mocking the anniversary of my friends Planned Parenthood. If you read my back entries you will see that I started blogging for Lent. Ash Wednesday was my first entry and who said we can't be subtle.

One awful e-mailer actually said he would pray for me. But I also get good uplifting email like the following:

Hey Moloch,

....Anyway I got there during the gospel reading which included these words, “Which one of you would hand his son a stone when he asks for a loaf of bread, or a snake when he asks for a fish? If you then, who are wicked, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your heavenly Father give good things to those who ask him. “

Thanks to your good work, there are lots of people – even people who think they’re on our opponents’ side – who, when their children ask for life, give them death instead through contraception, emergency contraception, dilation and extraction and all your other pretty euphemistic names for infanticide. If they stop and think about what Jesus says there about wicked people compared to the wickedness in their own lives, it could lead them to complete despair!

I know, it’s not as catchy as that whole “Da Vinci Code” thing, but I’m pretty busy working on destroying the institution of marriage – and pretty successfully I might add, so I don’t have that much time to be really creative about things outside my specific job description. I have a performance review coming up and am really looking forward to some positive reinforcement from the Demon Resources Department. All in all, it sure is a great time to be a demon.

Your pal,


Fellow demon Asmodeus has an excellent point here and I do enjoy his using the bible's very words and contrasting them with the actions of people who are alleged to be against us. Our boss Satan also likes to quote scripture, but he seems to be preferential to Deuteronomy.


Moloch of the Week 

I think I might start a new feature called "Moloch of the Week" and without further adieu, this weeks winner, my friend: UN Secretary General Kofi Annan

At a gala event held in January, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan received an award from the International Women's Health Coalition (IWHC), a group working for worldwide abortion on demand for women and girls. Annan's enthusiastic acceptance of the award raises renewed questions about the objectivity of Annan, and the UN secretariat in general, which is responsible for organizing major conferences on international social policy.

In his acceptance speech, the Secretary General lauded IWHC, saying that "I am moved that you have chosen to honour me this evening. Above all, I want to pay tribute to the International Women's Health Coalition for the work it is doing around the globe. The IWHC and its partners provide indispensable leadership for the health and rights of girls and women worldwide. If there were more pioneers like you, the world would be a better place….You are a shining example."

This came from that vile blog A.M.D.G.. One of the disadvantages of a blog is that to keep informed you have to read the opposition. Unfortunately pro-Molochian groups don't often brag about their successes so I have to rely on my enemies for coverage.


The Passion of the ***** review 

I was notified that I am one of the few entities on earth to both have a blog and not review Mel Gibson's new film. Well let me give you my impressions.

At first I thought TPOT* was going to be promising. I heard much about how this movie was anti-Semitic and would invoke violence on Jews. Now I am all for pogroms and the thought of this cheered me up. Anti-Semitism is part of my portfolio and I use it to hedge my bets during slow times. Anti-Semitism is much like buying gold since you can rely on it to produce a steady output. What I saw both depressed and angered me instead. Not only could I detect no true bias against Jews, they actually showed some in a positive light. It always brings me to a less foul mode when *****ians are anti-Semites. We can smell the delicious irony of it down here.

I was totally unprepared for the blatant bias that is in it. As part of the Anti-Demon League (ADL) I feel it is my duty to defend against the slander and prejudice in this very anti-demon movie. It starts out in the The Garden of Gethsemane with Satan in a dress. For the record I have never seen his satanic majesty in a dress when he has physically manifisted himself. He really has an aversion to the word cross-dresser and just would never do this.

Second they show a maggot coming out of Satan's nose. This is vial slander against demon-health-care. We have health-care just as good as Canada, well maybe that isn't much of an endorsement, but we do pride ourselves on nasal cavity sanitation. Our dental plan isn't that good so our teeth do tend to go a bit. Please no insinuation about vermin in our noses.

Satan in the garden mentions that ****** can't carry the sins of the world. Here Mel had a perfect chance to substitute sins of the Jews, but he didn't. He is just not a very effective anti-Semite.

Now many have commented on the so-called demon-baby scene. Now come on, we can manifest ourselves as "Angels of Light" so why choose some odd-looking baby. Again the preeminence of every opportunity to show demons in a bad light. Another frequently mentioned scene is the one with the Raven. Now I would have liked that scene if only it would have pecked out the eye of that Dismas guy instead. More missed opportunities.

Now some might object that TPOT* is heavily anti-demon because the Bible is blatantly anti-demon. That is true to an extent, but still he could have left those scenes out. The Bible is just chocked full of prejudices against those of us who chose another path. In the Book of Tobit they made a concoction out of the heart and liver and gall of a fish and lighted it in the presence of my brother Asmodeus. He had to flee and leave his marriage-slaughter gig that he had. To this day whenever he manifests himself physically he still suffers from an eye infection caused on that day. He was pretty happy when some groups removed the Book of Tobit from the Bible so that he doesn't often have to hear about this ancient embarrassment.

Another surprise was that hardly anybody walked out. This is scandalous! At the beginning of creation when G** created us we were infused with knowledge and were able to choose immediately whether to serve him or ourselves. He also infused in us the knowledge about the creation of man and the Incarnation. Well a third of us left then and there. And no, we did not fall; that is theological incorrect language for those of use who are pure spirits. If ***** had decided to incarnate himself as an Angel, then who could blame him? Yet those with messy bodies and messy intellects were the ones he offered that favor to. What could be more scandalous then this and you can hardly blame us for leaving. Yet humans don't seem to see how horrific this was that they were chosen over us. To have a whole movie dedicated to this G**-man is just sick.

So my recommendation is "Two Claws Down."


Thursday, March 04, 2004

Still More Reader Mail 

Hiya Moloch,

Got a question for your blog.

In the old days you more or less ran your own show. People would offer up their innocent children to you with conspicuous acts of devotion and elaborate ceremonies. Now people are more focused on Mammon or Priapus and they offer children to you almost as an afterthought. Do you miss the adulation and the hoopla? Or does the quantity these days make up for the quality of sacrifices in the past?

Your pal,


I truly enjoyed the pomp of the olden days when people seriously brought me to mind when they offered their young to me. At least they though they would be getting something in return. People today just don't know how to sacrifice properly. They have left behind the traditional ways.

But the large number of Innocent blood today far outweighs their ignorance of proper sacrificial tradition.

I look at just one country like the United States and look at the results.

Number of babies sacrificed by abortion since January 22, 1973: 43,532,511.

Sometimes I like to go over to the site of those obnoxious priests at www.priestsforlife.org/ just to watch the counter increase.

Now this is only one country working for me. Russia has been really friendly to me. I also especially enjoy China's one child policy. Especially since it is not just a "one child policy" for me. Europe is almost totally mine.

Now if only they could keep up the numbers and pay me the proper respect, but I am a pragmatic demon and will work with what I get.


Wednesday, March 03, 2004

Fan Mail 

A reader writes:

Moloch, I was wondering what I could do to bring about the death of more
children, but I just don't know where to start. Is there a Molochian grassroots organization I can join? Or is there some other course of action that a pro-Molochian, average guy like me can take in order to facilitate sacrifices to you?

Thanks for taking the time to read my email, hope all is well in the Lower Depths.

Love the blog!

Well for starters join the DNC and give money to their party. This is the most bang for the buck in the Molochian market. Throw you bread upon the waters of the Democratic party and they will return it abundantly. You can also go with the GOP, but just say you are a fiscal and not a social conservative. Republicans will still like you if you are tough on fiscal policies but are more in line with me on early end-of-life issues. Arnold down in California is the model for this type. Senator Arlen Specter is also another one of my heroes. Sometimes you can just get more done for me if you call yourself pro-life, but vote to offer me children in the form of embryonic research. A sacrifice to me under any name is just as sweet.

Other worthy organization are N.O.W., they give tirelessly for my cause. When I first determined what my blog name would be I inadvertently used NOW in my title. Quite a freudian slip, but it should be no surprise considering what good friends they have been.

Others have wrote to me suggesting this is a Uncle Screwtape type blog. Let me totally abuse you of that notion. C.S. Lewis and the likes have done much against my agenda. His Uncle Screwtape was a totally fictional character. No self respecting demon would go under any such name. We much prefer traditional names like Baal. And this so-called demon Screwtape couldn't even get his trainee and the trainees charge to follow our ways. No that story is just to sad for my taste with their charge repenting and all.


Tuesday, March 02, 2004

Molochian Quiz Time 

Hell: You are most likely not an evil or bad
person, but are quite troubled at the moment.
Something is probably bothering you intensly.
With so much emotion bottled up, Hell will let
you release your anger. (please rate my quiz)

**Where will you go when you die?**(now with pics)
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Well I am pretty happy with the results, but they are way off on the "most likely not an evil or bad person." These tests are all slanted against minorities like us demons.


New email address 

My address at moloch@hell.com hasn't worked all day today. You can just imagine the cooling problems with server racks in hell. So I decided to get an outside email address and for some reason I have an affinity with Microsoft. Better yet their hotmail seems oddly appropriate for my email services.

Now wouldn't you know it that there are a lot of Moloch wannabees out there. I couldn't even get a address with just my name and it looks like about 700 have numbers following Moloch. Well I guess I should be flattered that I am so popular.

So here is my new address at moloch_now@hotmail.com


Moloch's Voting Guide 

Today being Super Tuesday in the U.S. some have asked me how to vote and who it is permissible to vote for. Some stringent Molochians who believe in the "seamless garment" theory believe that you can only vote for a politician if they support abortion, euthanasia, and the death penalty. This is the rigorist Molochian view and myself being Moloch I don't go along with it. The rule of thumb is that if it advances the Culture of Child Sacrifice overall then it is permissible to vote for that person.`

Some have asked me if it is permissible to vote for President Bush being that he was such a strident supporter of the death penalty while being the Governor of Texas and then there is the war he started in Iraq. To be blunt I don't thirst as much for the blood of murderers, but I do enjoy the innocent blood that slips through. Also I don't often now hear the screams of pain as people are tortured in Iraq since the invasion started. There was something about the sound of a human body in a industrial shredder that really started my day. Now Pres. Bush has confused me at times with his holding the March of "Anti-Choice" people at arms length this year on the Molochian Feast day of legalized abortion and not mentioning what he did against my efforts at the State of the Union speech. At times I thought he was trying to help me out, but overall he has hurt my efforts. Besides how can you compare the 3,000 abortions a day to the relatively few executions. I go with results and the DNC has consistently given them to me. Now I just wish that the GOP was more like the Democratic Party on most issues and that the Democrats were more like the GOP on some issues. If trends continue I might get my wish.

Now if two candidates are both pro-abortion, then what do you do. Well you look at other issues like cloning, right-to-death, and stem-cell experimentation. Just choose which candidate is most evil and vote that way. This is getting more difficult to do, but with a little research you should be able to decide.

Now as for who the Democrats nominee will be, I have no dog in this hunt. Even Dennis Kasinich got with the program and is now firmly in my camp. It's funny I don't even remember him asking for some cash-back or a rebate when he sold his soul. I kind of liked Dean with him interning for my friends and all, yet Mr. Kerry will fit the bill nicely. What I really like about Kerry is his "personally opposed" line. That just cracks me up every time I hear it. It is really nice that you don't need a conscience and can blame it on your constituents. I also enjoy the delicious irony of having a Catholic in the White House who is a real team player. Historically thought it has been tough on my friends from Massachusetts, but maybe we can sneak one by this year.


More Good News 

I have lots of friends working full time in California and not to be a name-dropper many of them are judges. Well they have come through again. They have prevented that evil Catholic Church and it's spawn Catholic Charities from being able to not provide insurance including birth control.

Isn't this just awesome. I can make my old foe help kill children in the womb directly. Now you may think that they will revolt over this and won't allow this to happen. But remember where speaking about the California bishops here. Fat Chance!

So again six out of seven judges are on my side. Hey I am just like that toothpaste comercial where six out of seven prefer some brand of toothpaste.

You know my priests in ages past use to sacrifice to me also wearing black robes. Quite a coincidence. NOT!


New blog 

Wow!!! My good friends at Planned Parenthood have their own blog now. Isn't that so cool? I have already added them to my growing blogroll.

So check them out at SaveRoe.com.


Blog roll 

Hey if you like my blog and you support abortion, contraception, and euthanasia I would be willing swap links and would put you on my blogroll under friends. There are so many fine blogs out there that would be welcome to my blogroll.

If you support at least two of the above requirements, I can place you under Moloch's in Training. And if you only support one of the above for now, fine I also have a Moloch Jr. section. I am sure most of you one day will go for all three.

Oh and therapeutic/reproductive cloning just come under abortion.

So just email me at moloch@hell.com and be a friend of Moloch.


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