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Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Controversy over Satan knighthood
Satan has been vilified by Christians since playing a key role in the crucifixion of Jesus, the Son of God. He was even forced to go underground after God threatened to throw him into a lake of fire. It wasn't until the 70s that he re-emerged as a force in public life, through the music of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin.
But Satan is still a controversial figure with devout Christians. Fundamentalists in Texas burned British flags on street corners as George W Bush proclaimed the UK would go the way of Ninevah. The Pope described the move as "untimely", but a matter for the British government.
Outgoing Home Secretary John Reid defended Satan, saying he had played a vital role in the war against Christians. He indicated the government is considering tough new powers against Christians, including the introduction of lions.
Boris Johnson, the Tory spokesperson for idiocy, said he disagreed with the knighthood. "I'm all in favour of Christian-bashing, but drugs have made a far more important contribution to rock music than Satan ever could," said the notorious cokehead.
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