Have you ever not said something because you thought, â€śOh, that would not be politically correctâ€ť? Too often this is the course people take because they are afraid of being ostracized by saying something that someone may deem to be offensive. In todayâ€™s world, the only people who can get away with saying or even doing something that may be considered offensive are those who understood to be â€śvictims.â€ť If you are not considered a â€śvictim,â€ť you are an â€śoppressor.â€ť As far as political correctness is concerned, oppressors have virtually no rights. What is interesting about the way political correctness works is that decisions are based on an abstract gut feeling, or emotional virtue, as opposed to solid, unwavering absolute truth. Absolute truth is panned as repressive, violent, and does more to create aggressors than to free victims. Political correctness is like the shifting sands underneath your building, which can collapse at any moment. There is a foundation, albeit one that is constantly changing based on given situations. It all boils down to who is the determined victim and who is the oppressor. Once these groups are identified, the silencing of the oppressor can begin. This is how far society has come in its attempt to bring a utopia to fruition. Unfortunately, that utopia is based not on Godâ€™s truth, but on manâ€™s lies.