Oh, what a delicious slice of cheese.
The introduction has the sweater-clad host inviting us to "pay attention and notice the reverse of everything that is normal becoming abnormal." What does that even mean? Vague statements like that sound suspiciously like the kind of nonsense you'd hear an actual cultist say.
It's not long until the video brings in a fake expert (YouTube commentators refer to him as "Joe Dirt") who visits a neighborhood park. There he stumbles onto the remnants of a Satanic ritual. Unfortunately for him, it's clear the only orgy that actually took place in that park was the orgy of evidence manufactured by the unscrupulous filmmakers. "Oh, look! There's a pentacle right there, mere feet from where we set up our cameras! Let's go have a look!"
As expected, the video manages to link Satanism to decorative candles, video games, modern music, homosexuality, pornography, and everything else "concerned parents" wanted to condemn at the time. Then there's the excessively detailed list of signs that indicate your child may be the victim of a Satanic cult. This list is indistinguishable from a list of "signs your kid might be abused, period," but the filmmakers seem convinced only Satanists are capable of harming children.
I think this is where Jerry Springer got the idea for his background