INDEPENDENT NEWS

Save Our Children from Obscene Essene Literature!!

Published: Fri 27 Jul 2001 04:29 PM
"The Corrective Party is shocked, horrified, spindled, folded and mutilated that so-called "christian" groups are calling for the importation and viewing of obscene and Essence papyri that contains nothing but perverted obscene Essene "literature!!!" said Sister Malaris, Pustulant Mistress of the Corrective Party today in response to the recent Auckland mueseum furore.
"Now, we realise that there was no such thing as undergarments in those days and the winds got frisky around the Messadas, but is that any reason to talk about the abominable practice called 'letting it all hang out?' asked the head SM nun.
"This obscene Essene literature should not be allowed in the country, and we call for its prohibition from New Zealand!!! Anyone who calls for its open display here should be spanked!!!" concluded the Corrective Party Matrix Magna.
Contact: Sister Malaria SM (06) 3583609 The Corrective Party

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