CBS spotlights known anti-religion feminist
|Target Name||Target Organization|
|Sumner M Redstone||(CEO of CBS)|
CBS (US TV Channel) aired anti-Christian, anti-religion hate propaganda on national television.
It happened last Thursday, July 17th, during the CBS (US Channel) Late Night Show, hosted by Craig Ferguson. The program was also broadcasted in Canada and Australia.
As CBS allowed Kristeen Young to make her late night television debut. She took the opportunity to sing her very hateful song Pearl of a Girl, which features her extreme radical views on religion, full of disturbing lyrics, such as ““I only wish the virgin would’ve had an abortion”.
The entire lyrics to the song are…
I never knew I was a girl until they stopped to tell me
I never knew I was disturbed until they dropped three volumes on me
But in the Bible/Torah/Quran there are really no good roles for me except concubine and wash woman
I used to be the sad one now I just wanna stab them it’s so severe its brutal….
They’ve needed to have the law so they can legally bind us
They’ve needed to have the church so they can morally ground us
They’ve needed most of the dough they must be so scared of us
So their stories are of ghosts I only wish the virgin would’ve had an abortion.
This comes as no surprise to CBS, as she has a history of openly sharing her disturbing views when given the chance. She told The Paper Magazine ““I felt like wearing and making something Satanic since music is so not right now,” as she went on to say she defaces the cross, Star of David, and the “half-moon” in her wardrobe
This is a double standard. CBS (tv) claims they are proud of their ethical statement. Please help us petition the CEO of CBS, Sumer M. Redstone and ask him for a public apologize. We will send a copy from your message to the CBS Department for Relations and the Press Department.
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anti-religion artist is unethical
On July 17th, during the Late Show with Chris Ferguson, you (CBS) allowed rock singer Kristeen Young to debut her disturbing and very anti-religious song, “Pearl of a Girl.” The song, which features lyrics such as “But in the Bible/Torah/Quran there are really no good roles for me except concubine and wash woman. I used to be the sad one now I just wanna stab them” and “I only wish the virgin would’ve had an abortion,” is completely offensive and should have never been allowed to air.
After reviewing your ethical statement and corporate governance, it is clear that this type of unacceptable activity does not meet your claimed “ethical standards.”
I ask that you issue a public apology.