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Zionist Acquisitions Bought By Bullets And Bombs

Zionist Acquisitions Bought By Bullets And Bombs

By Genevieve Cora Fraser

In the madness of the promise
God only knows who made
To the Promised Ones
For the Promised
Land to be owned
By the Ones who do
Not buy but bomb
A corporate takeover
Minus the payment
Delivered to the Ones
Chosen to take all
They survey
Instilled with the God
Almighty American dollar
In whom they trust
Zionist wise men
Deliberate over property
Values of Middle
Eastern oil wells
And other ancient properties
Palestine, Lebanon, Iraq, Iran, Syria
Promised to them by Neo
Con artists of the 1st order
Weapons come in Mighty
Handy delivering smiting
Blows to histrionically
Declared enemies
Of the Chosen Ones out
To lunch as they launch
Liquidation squads
Rivaled only by the 3rd
Reich once out to annihilate
Them now imbued with moral
Purpose they grab all they can
From innocent landowners
Indigenous to the region
Their claim - to be the Diaspora
(Though European in origin
And loathing the Middle Eastern Jews)
Returned to claim their inheritance
By Chosen Armaments
Surgically targeting
Villages and hamlets, cities and farms
Weapons of mass destruction
Wipe out all enemies
Who own what they covet
Commandments do not apply
To the Others who lack
Greatness - Superiority
On the other side of Paradise Lost
Is Paradise Regained
The Biblical
Right to spare No One
Children, the elderly, women
Cooking, cleaning crushed
Beneath the weight of bombs
As husbands and sons
Take to the hills
To Resist
Factories, schools, hospitals
Farms, fields, power grids
Chemically infused smoke
Blacken lungs
Beneath the waves
Oil leaches into sea beds
Poison fish, waters, kelp
Birds, the source of life itself
Dead or dying
Cluttered with 100,000s
Cluster Bombs
Israel oh Israel your calling
Is to kill indiscriminately
As you claim the moral
High road you sink
Into evil muck
A stench
Of your own making
Your un-doing
Despite the world's
To embrace you


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