It is interesting that RamZ has been explicitly Biblical in a few recent videos. I knew he was Christian, but I would still describe his channel as secular. When he calls the wanton destruction of the rioting mob "Satanic", I felt that it was a very accurate description of the malevolent spirit gripping the country, whether you believe in Satan or not.
"Satanic" is not always an apt description for evil. Some who read the Bible might consider Satan to be the good guy. When you call anything you disagree with "Satanic" it makes secular people just roll their eyes and dismiss you. If you accuse the wealthy elite of running underground Satanic rituals (not saying you are here specifically, but it is a common thread) it distracts from actual crimes they are committing.
For those of us who don't believe in Satan, we see him as a symbol of the eternal rebel in opposition to arbitrary authority, forever defending personal sovereignty even in the face of insurmountable odds. Satan is an icon for the unbowed will of the unsilenced inquirer – the heretic who questions sacred laws and rejects all tyrannical impositions. Satan represents rational inquiry removed from supernaturalism and archaic tradition-based superstitions. It represents critical thinking and reasonable agnosticism in all things.
There's only so much that can be written off as coincidence. Now the churches are being burned.
Where Bolsheviks go, anti Christianity follows. Russia's Christians took it on the chin bad when the Bolshevik plague passed through there in 1917. Now it's here.
Paul mentioned the source of it a while ago.