This post was originally published on Saturday, March, 13, 2021: https://www.punkmetalrap.com/2021/03/satans-schlongs-is-the-modern-day-sex-seditionaries.html
But I’ve modified it a little for the purpose of the Satans Schlongs Bunker.
Take a look at the edgy tough guy below.
What do you see?
I will tell you what you see:
- Reverse cross
- Sigil of Baphomet
- Celtic cross
- Thor’s hammer
- Two swastikas
Everything to offend liberal SJW snowflakes and conservative moral guards.
It was a time, when these kind of shock symbols were used on a more regular basis.
Here goes with the post:
The first goal of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLauren short-lived SEX boutique (1974-1976) and Seditionaries clothing collection was to shock by breaking all taboos.
The Vivienne Westwood’s swastika DESTROY shirt as worn by Johnny Rotten and Mick Jagger in The Sex Pistols vs. The Rolling Stones feud to see who’s the most edgy and dangerous band in the world.
The swastika was and still is, now more than ever, the perfect symbol of provocation. At the time, punk rockers and Mick Jagger himself wore it for shock value only. Neither of them were nazi nor racist. Some offended snowflakes will certainly shed tears of blood seeing this.
Malcolm McLauren x Vivienne Westwood 1977 Seditionaries collection still has some shock value to this date.
At the time, the enemies were the conservative old farts but now we have the liberal snowflakes. Not really a change for the best.
Knowing this fact, what would be more “appropriate” and politically incorrect to shock the modern-day Moral Guards aka SJW aka Social Justice Warriors aka Liberal snowflaked aka the offended?
Personally I don’t understand why National Socialist Black Metal, a sub-niche of another sub-niche of Heavy Metal music became the favorite target of the Antifa?
With that being said, finally, I give you as promise, the Modern-Day Seditionaries.
😈 SATANS SCHLONGS 😈
It seem that the anti-snowflake Satans Schlongs have everything in place to offend the offended. Just like the original punk rockers, and Mick Jagger, did in the 70s.
Take a look at this one: