Crazy World: Church encourages members to commit suicide, sodomy and abortion


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The Church of Euthanasia (CoE) encourages its members to commit suicide, engage in sodomy, cannibalism and abortion.

According to its website (www.churchofeuthanasia.org), the church is “a non-profit foundation devoted to restoring balance between humans and the remaining species on earth.”

They, therefore, discourage multiplying with one guiding commandment: “Thou shalt not procreate”.

The church’s headquarters is registered in Boston, Massachusetts in the U.S.

The following’s an excerpt obtained from the mysterious church’s website, briefly detailing its history.

“The Church of Euthanasia was inspired by dream, in which Rev. Chris Korda (founder) confronted an alien intelligence known as the being who speaks for the inhabitants of earth in other dimensions.”

“The being warned that our planet’s ecosystem is failing and that our leaders deny this. The being asked why our leaders lie to us and why so many believe these lies. Rev. Korda awoke from the dream moaning the church’s infamous slogan, save the planet – kill yourself.”

The church further claims that the world’s strings of catastrophes are products of the ever-growing human population, which it says should be reduced.

“Every aspect of the deepening global environmental crisis, including climate change, poisoning of the water and atmosphere, reduction of biodiversity and topsoil erosion, directly results from the over-abundance of a single species: homo sapiens.”

Adding: “It is for these practical reasons, as well as moral ones, that Euthanasians support only voluntary forms of population reduction, including suicide, free abortion and sodomy, which they define as many sexual act not intended for procreation.”

They are also fiercely vegetarian and support cannibalism for those who insist on eating flesh.

Another slogan employed by the group is: “Six Billion Humans Can’t Be Wrong”

There is yet another controversial link the church has shared on its website. It reads: “Emergency contraception is only a phone call away. Why wait until that damn thing gets bigger when you can snuff it now? You’ve got 72 hours!”

CoE came into existence in 1992, and was originally registered in the state of Delaware.

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