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Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Send Michael Jackson to the Vatican

It's not enough to say that big money gets some people out of even the most unspeakable crimes. After the church of pedophilia got away with thousands of cover-ups...after countless acts of corporate crimes resulted in lighter consequences..after corruption, stolen elections and war crimes have resulted in no justice..it has become obvious that there's more to it than big money.

One of the largest variables is the fact that the elites are placed on a pedestal. If the person in question is from government, church, corporate America, or even a celebrity, the game changes entirely. Since independent media has the potential to cut through the myths and lies of the corporate media, why not take it all further. The potential for deprogramming is unlimited. That can include attempting to reverse the tendency to put 'sacred' people on a pedestal.

Providing alternative news coverage, addressing real issues, deprogramming, giving more than the corporate entertainment industry could ever hope to, offering better music...and of course providing the best in humor can be our best weapons.

In the tradition of Lenny Bruce, George Carlin, Paul Krassner, Bobcat Goldthwait, Judy Tenuta and Bill Hicks, humor can be used to shatter the pedestals and nudge this world in a better direction.

Next Sunday night on The Reverend Is In: Send Michael Jackson to the Vatican, Part 2

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