And who among you considers this to be a good thing?
Twenty years ago, I would have thought it was great.
Back then I thought evil conservatives were in control of the world and running it into ruin.
Now I see that what happened in the 1980s was a brief respite
from the otherwise monolithic advancement of Crowdism, and was also tainted by it.
Reading through materials from Hinduism, the Greeks and the O9A also affirmed to me the idea that basically all religions are the same, but popular voices keep trying to impose either dualism or materialism on them, making them incoherent.
Now, I think it's a tame rebellion. Smashing any kind of traditional value at this point is a trend.
In my view, that's also what slaughtered black metal... it needed new targets. It should have gone with the "wolves" theme more than the "Satan" theme at that point.
But to some degree, the Satan theme is all Slayer's fault.