Tell NETFLIX to Cancel its Evil Teenage Witchcraft Series!

 

ABOUT THE PROTEST February 2019

“Praise Satan! I’m so grateful to my partners at…Netflix…

for supporting this darker vision of the world’s most famous teen witch [Sabrina].”

Netflix’s Sabrina series creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa

The Hollywood Reporter states: “Sabrina is also one of the most openly religious shows on television right now. The religion, of course, just happens to be Satanism.”

Here are parts of two opinions of the show’s Season One taken from the web site CommonSenseMedia.org on Jan. 24, 2019.

Adult     age 17+    one star       Written by Beeskneesmommy     Nov. 22, 2018

  • Netflix. How do I count the ways…of my fury. The new Sabrina show morphed quickly into totally inappropriate levels of trash. In this evening’s viewing I observed a man and woman making plans to take turns whipping each other, a large crew of girls and guys involved in an orgy, and a serious gay sexual encounter. It also became apparent that it’s not just about a teen girl doing magic, but full on Satan worshipping. Is this really necessary for young tweens and teens? Why are adults targeting kid audiences with this level of content? Looks like some serious indoctrination. I cut my son off from watching it and Netflix is on my black list.  [emphasis added]

Adult      age 18+   one star     Written by OkayMom                   December 1, 2018

  • … Seriously, what are we trying to do to our kids to think Satanism is cool, underage orgies are great, murder and cannibalism are acceptable – hey, this is the show for them. Sprinkle in a little undercurrent of pedophilia and call it female empowerment – yuck. First, Thirteen Reasons Why and now this garbage…Can someone please tell me what the endgame is for Netflix?

 

ANF IN ACTION

21,190 signatures sent to:

Mark Zuckerberg, Chairman/CEO Facebook  

 

THE PETITION MESSAGE

I am appalled at your blatant promotion of witchcraft and Satanism in the series, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

This series, targeting a teenage audience, is full of Satanic and occult imagery. It makes prayers to Satan, the Dark Lord, appear as acts that are 'devout' and 'normal.'

Worse, it explores witchcraft and Satanism as positive and innocent lifestyles that one may choose. This destroys the barriers of horror society still has for evil and the devil.

I urge you to pull this series at once. Stop promoting witchcraft!