It Takes a Village

It Takes A Village
by Glenn Conjurske

It take a village (so we’re told), to raise a child today
It take a village (we reply), to steal his heart away
To purge old-fashioned do’s and don’t’s, from his enlightened mind
To leave old fashioned Ma and Pa, a hundred years behind

It takes a village, verily, to teach some mother’s son
To steal and gamble, smoke and swear, and vandalize for fun.
His mother didn’t teach him that! His father? No, not he.
It takes a village to corrupt, a village, verily

It takes a village, this we know, to teach the maidens sweet,
To dress and act, to look and talk, like women of the street.
It takes a village, not a doubt, to teach a maiden mild,
To save the monkeys, owls, and whales, and kill her unborn child.

It takes a village public school, some subtle classroom chats,
To teach the little boys and girls to act like alley cats.
To teach them of the birds and bees, without morality,
To teach them what to do, and how, and tell them they are free.

It takes a village, yes indeed, to brainwash all the youth,
With notions and with fallacies, In place of sense and truth.
Abortion rights! The right to die! The rights of animals!
Creative spelling! Unisex! The rights of criminals!

It takes a village, well we know, to turn their minds away,
To stand for fancied “children rights”, and parents rights deny.
To honor human nature less, And trees and rivers more.
To sacrifice to Mother Earth, and Father God ignore.

“It takes a village,” so they say, but something more they mean.
United Nations. Washington. The liberal machine.
Society. The “Brave New World.” The socialistic scheme.
The global ideology. The New World Order dream!

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