Greg is first and foremost a satirist, a writer and a reporter. Greg worked as a print newspaper reporter in the mainstream media, as well as spending seven years in Rome, Italy, seeing the evil intrigue of the Vatican firsthand.He is also reviving his stand-up comedy show. A SAG actor as well, Greg, in years gone by, appeared in bit parts in several sitcoms and less than successful movies.
“My stage name is Greg Anthony and they think I’m Italian. Why? I want to be fair with other comics. I just don’t want to get too many laughs just because I am Polish.!”
He’s been at it a long time, since the early 80’s, with little worldly success. A long the way he went to law school for what he terms “the fun of learning more nonsense in a world filled with a lot more.”
He puts the JD behind his name but has recently added JA, standing for Jack Ass, in recognition of all the lies he has written about and believed in his life.
Undaunted, he vows to continue observing even more and bigger lies since deciding to tackle the religious world.
“I am sure the Vatican will glorify me with Sainthood for all the research I’ve done on their behalf.”
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During Greg’s tenure as a real live journalist working for the lying mainstream media, he worked in Rome for 6 years, experiencing Vatican intrigue first hand.
“I wrote a lot of stories that never were published but prospered as a guitar-playing street singer,” recalls Greg.
Greg has worked tirelessly for years trying to improve his street singing ability and in his spare time tries to expose what he terms as the Vatican-led New World Order.
He also for eight months headed up a non profit group called Save Lake Atitlan Mission in the Guatemalan Highlands, bringing attention to poverty and pollution there.
Although he raised a lot of awareness with his web site, he only collected $80 in donations after spending $4,500. He recently disbanded this endeavor for financial reasons.
“I have lived on the principal of buying high and selling low,” quips Greg, who openly admits he should have attended the New World Order School of Business instead of these crazy law schools.
He also admits not becoming a Master Mason has led to his financial demise.
“I think these guys know something we don’t know,” added Greg.
Join Greg Saturday nights at 9pm Pacific Time and let’s find out what these Masons, Shriners and New World Order nuts really know about surviving in the world now known as the Vatican’s New World Order.