Wholesome is as wholesome does.
Not that I find it hard to believe that a profoundly moronic celebrity would say a thing like this: but the denials are coming hot and heavy, and meanwhile the source, a website called “Killuminatinews,” leaves to my mind something to be desired in the way of credibility: there is no such thing as “the Illuminati.”
Anyway, we have this report that pop-slop icon Miley Cyrus told young fans that the way to wealth and fame is to worship Satan, ’cause he can give you all that (http://killuminatinews.blogspot.com/2018/12/miley-cyrus-says-worship-satan-if-you.html).
Well, Satan has made this claim for a long time, hasn’t he? “And the devil, taking him up into a high mountain, showed unto him all the kingdoms of the world in a moment of time. And the devil said unto him, All this power will I give thee, and the glory of them: for that is delivered unto me; and to whomsoever I will I give it. If thou therefore wilt worship me, all shall be thine.” (Luke 4:5-7) That was the devil talking to Jesus Christ, the Son of God, trying to tempt Him. I don’t think he’d have to try so hard to tempt a lesser personage.
So let’s say, for charity’s sake, that Miley Cyrus didn’t say this. She’s said and done a lot of things equally depraved and stupid, and seems fully capable of this enormity–but let’s say she didn’t say it.
But she hardly had to, did she? If the word “satanic” never comes into your mind when you’re looking at certain aspects of our popular culture, then you’re not looking. Where do you think “transgender” comes from–a spontaneous movement of the pent-up human spirit? There’s only one appropriate response to that.
Miley Cyrus, in her public performances, embraced the Dark Side years ago. And she has an awful lot of company in the “entertainment” business.
Consumers, you asked for it.