Church of Euthanasia

The One Commandment:
"Thou shalt not procreate"

The Four Pillars:
suicide · abortion
cannibalism · sodomy

Human Population:

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Article was un-Fair, writer fumes


MICHAEL Korda and his son Chris continue to hog the spotlight. Michael the jet-setting author and editor-in-chief at Simon & Schuster, is furious with Vanity Fair for spending too many pages on his private life and not enough on his bout with prostate cancer and his new book In an angry letter to the mag that will run in the next issue, he derides the story as "biased ... sloppy ... hostile ... ugly ... personal innuendo ... character assassination ... craven ... a fabrication and a hatchet job." Author Michael Shnayerson, Korda says, is a poison pen for hire." "Shnayerson made explicit promises to me, Korda fumes, "as well as to Random House, that the article would be limited to my experience with cancer and to 'Man to Man'. Instead, readers learned about Korda's long affair with an unnamed S&S editrix "a sorority girl in cashmere and spike heels" who has ducked PAGE SIX'S calls for a week. Meanwhile, his bizarre transvestite son, Rev Chris Korda -- founder of the Church of Euthanasia which advocates euthanasia, abortion, cannibalism and sodomy to save the earth from overpopulation -- can be found in record stores in addition to his Internet rantings. He has a 1993 CD, "Demons in My Head," subtitled "An Environmental Punishment in D Minor." The music, known as "dark ambient," features such timeless religious sounds as toilets flushing, crowds panicking, and subway trains.

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