Church of Euthanasia

The One Commandment:
"Thou shalt not procreate"

The Four Pillars:
suicide · abortion
cannibalism · sodomy

Human Population:
SAVE THE PLANET
KILL YOURSELF




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Clergy:

  • Reverend Chris Korda founded the CoE, in 1992, with Pastor Kim, and continues to lead it, spreading the gospel of non-procreation and anti-humanism throughout the world. The Reverend also creates electronic music, and writes music software. (photo)
  • Pastor Kim co-founded the CoE, contributes tirelessly to the planning and execution of CoE actions, and electrified six million viewers with a crucified rubber chicken on the Jerry Springer show. A true renaissance man, he excels at mathematics and painting. (photo)
  • Cardinal Paley is a gifted cartoonist and animator, creator of anti-human films including The Stork, and a member of VHEMT. She joined the CoE in 1996, and was elevated in 1997, after her single-handed defense of cannibalism on the Jerry Springer show. (photo)
  • Cardinal Spaink is a writer and newspaper columnist. She joined the CoE in 1997, and was elevated after she promoted the CoE in the Dutch national media, including a televison news appearance during which she made a christian politician sweat visibly. (photo)
  • Vermin Supreme is a media activist, bad-tempered clown, dental hygiene advocate, perennial presidential hopeful, and all-around celebrity. He joined the CoE in 1997, and has been known to squirt christians in the face with a penis-shaped water pistol. (photo)

Saints:

  • Saint Kevorkian AKA Dr. Jack Kevorkian is the world's best-known advocate of euthanasia, and has personally assisted more than 100 suicides. In 1998, CBS's "60 Minutes" aired a videotape showing him giving a lethal injection to Thomas Youk, who suffered from Lou Gehrig's disease. Kevorkian is currently serving 10-25 years in prison.
  • Saint Sanger AKA Margaret Sanger, 1879-1966, founder of the American birth control movement and Planned Parenthood. Her views on genetic fitness, fashionable among liberals of her time, would be considered insensitive by today's standards, but she was not a racist; her enemies have used falsified statements to discredit her.

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  • ftp.etext.org/pub/Zines/Snuffit
    The official Church of Euthanasia archive site at U. Michigan, thanks to Rita our excellent archivist. Snuff It, E-Sermons, the works. HTML versions are available here at our own website.

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