Claiming "Unequal Opportunity" as the advocacy behind their cause, the Girl Scouts angrily marched towards Neverland in a fiery protest marked by the girl scouts massively beating and mauling 10-12 year old boys along the way.
"Why Can't We Be Like Them!" and "We Shall OverCome, Too!" were some of the chants that were eerily reminscent of the the early 1960's civil rights riots in the U.S.
Wendy Cookies, spokesgirl for the Girl Scouts, had this to comment: "If Mr. Jackson can play with young boys, why can't he play with young girls, too? What kind of America is this when we cannot touch the same glove that boys can touch? What kind of America is this when we are deprived of freedom of choice? To this we say: Enough! We must stand together and fight for our rights!"
Adding to this, the Girl Scouts of America have formally filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the beleaguered pop-star. Said one girl scout: "Buy our cookies too, Mr. Jackson. Or else we'll keep on beating the young boys! You wouldn't want that on your conscience would you?"
Mr. Jackson was not available for comment.