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Therefore murder and involuntary sterilization are strictly forbidden by church doctrine.
Slogans employed by the group include "Save the Planet, Kill Yourself", "Six Billion Humans Can't Be Wrong", and "Eat a Queer Fetus for Jesus", all of which are intended to mix inflammatory issues to unnerve those who oppose abortion and homosexuality.
As an office worker, I've spent many years of my life in cubicles, which are also known as "veal pens" (hence the enigmatic Co E slogan "WE ARE THE VEAL").
On stage with my laptops, I'm in a virtual cubicle; in the moments of silence between tracks, the careful listener might hear the "insect sound of drones, clickering keyboards in a fluorescent hive of fabric-padded cubicles." The modern experience of work is enforced passivity; freedom of movement is increasingly restricted, until only the eyeballs and fingers are permitted to move.
Art and culture are the lifeblood of industrial society, the ultimate proof of its humanity and noble intentions.
The Dadaists knew this, and tried to destroy art, but they were absorbed, in the same way that every word I say to you now, can also be absorbed, mediated, reduced to triviality and faux rebellion.
The huge expenditures cripple the economy, the failure of which is perceived as further loss of security, requiring even more extravagant displays of violence, in a vicious circle.These pages were removed in 2003 after a 52-year-old woman used them to commit suicide in St.Louis County, Missouri, resulting in legal threats against the church. Do you think that this kind of music give us a little bit of freedom, or innocence? I mean, what's your reason to use this music in order to express your thoughts and your art? The state doesn't give a damn what type of music you listen to, or how you wear your hair, or how many tattoos you have.Following the September 11, 2001 attacks, the Co E posted to its website a four-minute music video titled I Like to Watch, combining hardcore pornographic video with footage of the World Trade Center collapse.The montage featured an electronic soundtrack recorded by Korda and the lyrics, "People dive into the street/ While I play with my meat." Korda described the project as reflecting his "contempt for and frustration with the profound ugliness of the modern industrial world." The church's website previously had instructions on "how to kill yourself" (still on archives) by asphyxiation using helium.