Greens MP puts government on notice over Satanic RI
A Greens MP is taking Education Minister Grace Grace to task over the government’s refusal to allow Satanic religious instruction (RI) classes in public schools.
On Tuesday, Amy MacMahon, the member for South Brisbane (which is a hotspot for Satanic activity and, no surprise, latte sipping), submitted a question on notice to Minister Grace in the state parliament.
Dr MacMahon (main image) has asked whether any policy changes were made within the Education Department to allow for the decision to block the Noosa Temple of Satan from delivering RI classes.
Under normal parliamentary practice, ministers have one month to answer questions put on notice.
This is the text of the question on notice:
“With reference to the Minister’s statement that the Noosa Temple of Satan will not be permitted to teach religious instruction in any state school—
“Will the Minister advise (a) has there been any policy change within Education Queensland to facilitate the Minister’s decision, (b) what are Education Queensland’s criteria for whether a faith group will be approved to provide religious instruction in Queensland state schools and (c) Is the government planning to review the current laws which allow faith groups to provide up to one hour of religious instruction per week in a state school on application to the principal, to bring them in line with community expectations?”
This is the first time that the government has been challenged in the parliament over its treatment of us Satanists on the RI matter.
Our spiritual leader Brother Samael Demo-Gorgon welcomed Dr MacMahon’s action.
“Minister Grace may have been crossing her fingers and hoping that no-one in the parliament would inquire into this serious issue which has left many Satanic families heartbroken,” he said.
“We do have a large number of Satanists who live in the South Brisbane area. We know that they would be very proud of their local member of parliament for looking into this matter.”
Our temple’s Advocatus Diaboli Trevor Bell is preparing for his Supreme Court challenge to the government’s decision, with a hearing for August likely. We’ll keep you posted on any developments.
Praise be to Amy MacMahon!