It’s true that some moments in history end in a fizzle and not with a bang and the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State is one of the fizzliest. As predicted by many of Kevin’s detractors, the Tribunal (aka Kangaroo court) failed to live up to the haughty expectations of it’s primary prosecutor, secretary and plaintiff Kevin Annett. The citizen jurors (who still remain anonymous) and 13 prosecutors (yeah…sure…) are supposedly going to reveal their verdict, issue their judgement and begin giving orders for ushering in the New World Order (oops was that my outdoor voice?lol)…. It would be something to take notice of if there was actual evidence presented…I dunno, like a document or something? But what has been seen to date is a few YouTube video’s with people’s testimony (some of which has been copied and pasted from Kevin’s film Unrepentant)… Hardly the reams of earthshattering ‘evidence’ that Kevin promised.
So, what has Kevin been up to? Certainly not presenting ‘evidence’ on his online court… and definitely trying to drum up some money through not one, but two ‘appeals’ on petition sites to solicit donations. (And Lori don’t you know that when Revenue Canada finally takes Kevin down that you will go down with him??) Maybe Kevin shouldn’t go flitting off to Europe when he really can’t afford it??? Dunno…just a thought…..
In his latest e-mail drivel, Kevin has announced his boredom and disdain of trying to bring truth to the ‘drugged-up public’ and adds he now finds it amusing to be trying to take on child killers and rapists. Kevin has now declared that he’s tired of posting all his good news to the internet and that he wants to start a one man traveling comedy show. That’s right, his plans now are to dress up in a pink robe with a whip and tea-cozy for a hat and hit the comedy circut!
“Carol keeps urging me to take up a new profession. She says I should translate everything I’ve been through and know now into a one-man traveling comedic performance called “Under the Robes”. She’s even promised to accompany me on the guitar.
It’s a tempting thought, and as Oscar Wilde reminds us, temptation is the one thing we should never resist. For didn’t another Gaelic bard, George Bernard Shaw, also teach that ridicule is the one thing the rich and powerful have no defense against? Or was that George Orwell?
I’m already starting to work on my stand-up routine for Under the Robes. Part of my costume includes a tea cozy for my headpiece and a long pink robe and a whip, as part of my “Flog a Money Changer for Jesus” routine. I plan to accompany my performance with such introductory titles to each scene change as “Let us Prey”, “Suffer the Little Children” and “Christendom and Dumber”.
So much for the Tribunal that had supporters so whipped into a frenzy of glee! I can’t help but laugh at the irony that the only places that might be willing to host such a show will be in church basements where A.A meetings are usually held. You just can’t make this stuff up folks!!!