Hey, Llew! Won’t you come to our rescue?

Like many members of the Morrison government, our local member of parliament Llew O’Brien has been a big supporter of the crusade to expand ‘religious freedom’ laws.

Now, with our Noosa Temple of Satan coming under attack from Christian extremists, we’re asking Llew to help us out to ensure that our celebration of religious freedom will go ahead safely at Halloween.

Brother Samael Demo-Gorgon has written to Llew to ask if he, as a member of a government seeking to privilege religious freedoms above everything else, would cover the cost of the security fee that we must pay for the Black Mass to go ahead.

If you missed our post yesterday, the Noosa Council is forcing us to pay $480 for two security guards to be present at the half-hour event following a stream of threats, including death threats, from Christian extremists.

“Llew and the Morrison government have been extremely vocal with their support of religious freedom. So they should now put their money where their mouth is,” says Brother Samael.

“Scott Morrison’s own church was recently granted more than $100,000 of taxpayers’ money for security upgrades. Surely Llew could help the Noosa Temple of Satan have a safe and secure Black Mass with a contribution to the security costs.”

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