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California Is Indeed Looney Land

We all know that California is unique in it's diverse typography and incredible climate, but California is also unusually unique in it's concentration of skewed, over the top, functionally insane people, particularly those who gravitate towards positions of power and authority. Knowing this, California still can shock you. Here is the latest out of the looney state.

California's department of education imposed earlier this year, a novel public school curriculum that has students praying to Aztec gods like the supreme god, Quetzalcoatl, the jaguar god, Tezcatlipoca, and the aquiline warrior god, Huitzilopochtli. A little history is in order here.

The Aztecs, actually the Mexica people, as the word Aztec is a Spanish corruption of the Mexica's name for their ancestral land of origin, Aztlān, in their Nahuatl language, regularly performed very gruesome and horrific acts for the sole purpose of pacifying and appeasing their blood thirsty deities. Human sacrifice, cutting out of human hearts, the patient methodical flaying of victims alive and then wearing their skin, are a matter of historical record, along with mass sacrifices of war prisoners, and other repulsive acts and ceremonies the Aztecs conducted to honor their deities.

History tells us, that the Spanish Conquistadors, no humanitarian ambassadors by any stretch of the imagination, witnessed such a scene when they were in Tenochtitlan, the Aztec capital, when the Aztecs sacrificed 10,000 captives in one week. The Spanish, hardened killers themselves, were so overcome by the horrific sight that they lost all self-restrain and unleashed their rage upon the Aztecs. They destroyed the Aztec civilization as a result.

Now before you go applauding those parents suing California over their outrage of what their children are doing, know this, they are suing for what constitutes an unlawful government preference toward a particular religious practice! Frank Xu, president of Californians for Equal Rights Foundation, said in a statement: "This public endorsement of the Aztec religion fundamentally erodes equal education rights and irresponsibly glorifies anthropomorphic, patriarchal male deities." What?

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