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VERY ANTI LONDON 2012 the time for non violent civil disobedience

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VERY ANTI LONDON 2012 the time for non violent civil disobedience

The eyes of the world shall soon fall on britain
Pants of politicians and military men must be shitting
That's what happens when you spend 300+ years
Stealing from the rest of the world, selling imaginary fears
The most expensive advertising campaign will soon commence
Better evict the 99% from their tents
To turn london into a warzone
The entire duration the olym-pricks are thrown
£11 Billion could be much better spent
Feeding the homeless and paying their rent
british taxpayers, who foot the bill
So much corporate corruption, it makes me ill
These games, they generate so much money
Will the everyday british public benefit? Don't be funny!!!
The evil corporations who keep that cash
Could be better used to give VAT a slash
Or that temporary measure of income tax?
A thousand ways to cheat us for the fat cats
The harmful and deceitful greed that ruins this world
as the 1% raise their finger, on which they want us to twirl!!

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  1. Date: 4/21/2012 10:38:00 AM
    A very good write, so people can wake up to what is going on. It is always the little people that pay the price. Thanks for sharing. Lucilla

  1. Date: 4/21/2012 9:58:00 AM
    this reads like it could have been written for the USA, and correct it would be. Excellent poem. hugs, Catie :)