Exclusive: Marisa Martin dives uncomfortably deep into ‘the art of evil’
Whatever happened to that nice, socially conscious “girl” who encouraged us all to “eat a queer fetus for Jesus”? I imagine she was one of the nasty furies invoking their master at the Texas legislature this month when things weren’t going their way for the first time in 40 years.
“Hail Satan” is one of the less inflammatory slogans used by the Church of Euthanasia while working out its vision of salvation for this globe.
And no, it’s not a joke. The Church of Euthanasia, dedicated to death, dementedness and perversity, actually exists.
The “church” is a small, “anti-natalist,” anarchist, collective vaguely related to art under the broad umbrella of Dadaism. In reality it’s the life and rantings of Boston-based graphic artist Chris Korda and friends, gentrified and dignified via their non-profit status. His website claims they are “devoted to restoring balance between humans and the remaining species on Earth,” but they clearly prefer the “remaining species” to humanity.
“Antinatalism” is a coined word that sounds better than abortion or death, not that Korda and associates have any problems with either activity. Their singular commandment is “Thou shalt not procreate.” Four pillars of the Church of Euthanasia, or CofE, are suicide, abortion, sodomy, cannibalism, and its rites and mission statements are just as gruesome.