Of course not. Granted, it does claim to "aid your browsing experience" while directing you to an individual's pages instead of where ever it is you really want to go, but...I lost my train of thought...
His Majesty has many facets of his personality, and even more purposes to fulfil. For these, he uses a combination of aliases, pseudonymns, and sockpuppets alteregos to take places in each niché of His Majesty's empire. Below are those that you'll commonly confront.
All too often, history and basic English grammer are ignored by foolish Uncyclopedians who think they can write whatever random rubbish they please. These buffoons detract from the grand demeanor of the Empire, and thus must be dealt with. His Majesty is not narrow-minded when it comes to confronting such things, and uses many cunning tactics from a wide arsenal of wartime strategies to punish the ignorant.
These are the creatures formerly kept in His Majsety's menagerie. Small, adorable, and furry, these colorful creatures delighted many with their sheer cuteness. However, His Majesty doesn't appreciate that quality, and released them into the wild to save on Hue food. Now they have gone feral. Do you have the guts to brave the dangerous places where hues lie?
Parts of this article may have been sporked from sources outside of Uncyclopedia. However, the author was too stoned to notice what they were.
This article contains unquestionable divine truths.
Anyone who does question will be branded a heretic.
Any and all heretics will be guillotined immediately.
...The Kingdom come, on Earth as we tell you is Heaven.
This article is most certainly misleading. Not to be outdone by China, the United States, and Oprah, Uncyclopedia often inserts propaganda in promotion of selfish agendas and other conspiracies. Futhermore, such practices as brainwashing are common these days. By no means is the idea immoral, in neither principle nor practice. This and many other articles on Uncyclopedia are filled with intelligent suggestions in favor of our world-domination plan. Ignoring such propaganda can never be accomplished, as it is too numerous to simply pass-by. The question is, "does propaganda constitute immorality?" Of course not!