Donald Trumps Unwitting Pact with the Evil One

Donald J. Trump believes that transgender people should be allowed to use whatever "bathroom they feel most comfortable with — including at Trump Tower in New York."  If Caitlyn Jenner were to walk into Trump Tower and want to use a bathroom, Trump said he would be "comfortable with her choosing any bathroom she wanted."  Moreover, the problem with the "big move to create new bathrooms" is that it is discriminatory toward transgender people.   It would also be "unbelievably expensive for businesses and for the country. Leave it the way it is.”  (Donald Trump Says Transgender People Should Use the Bathroom They Want, Ashley Parker, New York Times, Apr. 21, 2016)

In company with nihilist technocratic globalists, America's left/right ruling class, and Planned Parenthood cannibalizers of baby parts, Trump is a relativist.  His relativist 'slip' has been showing for some time, and now his pragmatic acceptance of transgender (androgyny) beings places him in the company of ancient Chaldeans and modern Satanists, Luciferians, and Baphomet worshippers.  The horned, goat-headed Baphomet is the phallic god Pan, the ancient hermaphrodite god of nature, the divine substance (prima material) from which the universe and all life supposedly evolved.

In "The West Will Collapse Without Christian Revival,” Michael Savage explains the corrosive effects of nihilism (relativism):   

"If God does not exist, everything is permitted." And this isn’t hard to understand: Without acceptance of the eternal, unchanging, divine author of right and wrong, all moral questions (and, in particular, answers) are met with the cynical “Says who?! Those are your values; don’t impose them on me!”  (New American, Selwyn Duke, Apr. 15, 2016)

Relativism is an anarchy of selfishness in accord with the apostate German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophy of nihilism concisely expressed as, "You have your way, I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, it does not exist."  (Nihilism, the Root of the Revolution of the Modern Age, Eugene Rose, p. 7)

Relativism's animating spirit is "there is no fear of God before their eyes," (Rom. 3:18) and "they do not love the Truth." (2 Thes. 2:10)

Nietzsche exposed the satanic heart of this philosophy in the phrase, "God is dead, therefore man becomes god and everything is possible." (ibid, Rose)

Like Trump, relativists act the part of god.  Their relativism however, is an unwitting pact with the Evil One, who always collects in the end and receives sadistic pleasure from breaking his human tools.

@Linda Kimball