The Ministry of Political Correctness is please to announce the new guideline starting June 1, 2018. We are very sure everyone will be pleased with the new standards to further make everyone’s life better.
Effective June 1, 2018:
Dark Glasses: People will be required to wear dark glasses of sufficient tint to hide their eyes. The reason for this is several people have reported feeling uncomfortable making eye contact with other people. Failure to do so will result in a 100 credit fine and a mandatory 2 days of retraining at a political correctness training facility. Children of 10 and younger will be exempt.
Smiling: Smiling will continue to be prohibited in public places. Failure to avoid smiling will result in a 100 credit fine. Repeat offenders will be required to undergo 5 days of retraining at a political correctness training facility.
Permission to talk: Talking to a person who does not display a permission to talk emblem will result in immediate incarceration and suspension of all privileges. Final outcome will be decided by the Ministry of Political Correctness.
Prohibited words: Use of prohibited words will result in a 500 credit fine per word and 20 days of retraining at a political correctness training facility.
Employer guidelines: Each employer will be required to file with the Ministry of Political Correctness a copy of their guidelines for political correctness at the work place. Any company who’s guidelines that do not meet the standard of the 2015 Political Correctness Act, will be forced to close until the guidelines are met.
Skin exposure: Exposure of skin below the neck, above the wrist and ankle will be considered Sexual Harassment and subject to the penalties set forth in the 2016 Sexual Conduct Standards.
Makeup: Makeup remains prohibited in public places. The use of unscented white powder is allowed to offset perspiration as needed.
Media: The Media will be required to present news in Politically Correct format. Any news topic that may offend people will be prohibited. Questionable topics may be submitted to the Ministry of Political Correctness for review and edit.
Text: Accessing text that has not been rewritten or approved By the Ministry of Political Correctness is prohibited. Anyone caught accessing unapproved text is subject to mandatory incarceration of a period not less than 1 year or more than 3 years.
Displays: Displaying of signs that depict images or text must first be approved by the Ministry of Political Correctness. Failure to do so will result in a 1500 credit fine and 25 days of retraining at a political correctness training facility.
Raw exposure training: Training and certification for exposure to raw non politically correct content will end July 1, 2018. This will be replaced with medication prescribed by a certified Ministry of Political Correctness Psychiatrists as a cost saving measure.
The new guidelines do not replace any pre-established guidelines set forth in previous publications by the Ministry of Political Correctness. Any questions or concerns may be sent to the ministry via email using Adobe politically correct text filter version 3.4 or higher. The email address can be found on the Ministry’s website at http://mpc.preapism.com