Morality is not about people’s beliefs;
It’s steeped in their political speech.
Left vs. right,
Black feuds white,
It doesn’t matter in the political plight …
As long as the allegiance is right;
Whether one kills for political tension
Or lives from the pressure of political succession —
They are brothers in the fight for political suppression
Against all who deter from their political obsession
Of bringing a world of equality through political correction.
For, in the end, all that matters
Is the opposite side grows tattered;
Beatdown, bloody and broken
If they don’t accept the political token.
21st Century Politics by K. Saitta © 2015, A Walk In Verse