The 11th Commandment (Thou Shalt Not Commit The Sin Of Political Correctness)

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No blasphemy is intended in this poem. After writing it though, a friend pointed out that this is covered by the 7th commandment anyway: Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness! Now I come to think of it, it really is the same thing, since political correctness is all about lying and never telling the truth!

Submitted: January 27, 2011

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Submitted: January 27, 2011



“Thou shalt not commit the sin of political correctness”
Should be a new commandment,
Avoid the sins of the politicians
Whose morals are sorely rent.

Don’t blaspheme against the righteous
Don’t blaspheme against the truth,
Abandon political correct lies
And always demand proof.

Thou shalt not believe the lies
Of those without a soul,
Always fight the politically correct
Who wrongly are in control.

Thou shalt not commit the heresy
Of telling political correct lies,
Thou shalt not support the fiends
Who wish to make democracy die.

The 11th Commandment clearly states
You have a right to an open mind,
You must not support the mind controllers
Or any of their evil kind.

You must be able to think for yourself
And fight against mind control,
Fight the politically correct demons
Who only have one goal:

Their goal is to stamp out the truth
And to victimise the innocent,
That’s why, “Thou shalt not commit
the sin of political correctness”
Is writ as the 11th Commandment.

© Copyright 2011
Philip Roberts

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