It might be the sickest CD ever
by RICHARD JOHNSON
THE Rev. Chris Korda, son of Simon & Schuster chief Michael Korda, has released a new CD with a cover photo of himself in a Dachau concentration camp oven. Titled "Six Billion Humans Can't Be Wrong," the record is part of Korda's Church of Euthanasia crusade for "voluntary population reduction." Advocating cannibalism, abortion, euthanasia and sodomy, the "church" has held human- meat tastings, fetus BBQs at pro-life rallies, and once assaulted a sperm bank with a 15-foot foaming penis. Korda told PAGE SIX the concentration camp photo was not celebrating the Holocaust but making a statement about humankind's "weed-like" ability to regenerate: "The point behind the photo is that the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust grew back. Like all weedy species, humans can grow back but the millions of animal species we have eliminated will never grow back." Korda said he does not expect the CD to burn up the charts but he hopes songs such as the cannibal anthem "Fleshdance" will catch on. At Boston's extensive Earth Day celebrations later this month, Korda and his followers plan to hector "yuppie breeders" from a propaganda barge anchored in the Charles River. His publishing heavyweight father did not return calls.