Category Archives: Politics

Gilet jaunes

Twenty third week of the gilet jaunes Fires lit everywhere Smoke bombs The gendamerie So much smoke filled air The traffic lights forgotten Crowds just everywhere Macron is a monster Who from the start was not aware Protestors being manhandled … Continue reading

The EU invasion

I fail to understand the logic And really the reasons why The politicians back the EU With what soon will apply The loss of all our counties Our history wiped away Our birthplace Its a disgrace And to you all … Continue reading

The Patriot

Entrenched up to our eyeballs In remoaning rectitude The recalcitrant the unenlightened Arrogant of brood The greatest referendum To hit our inglorious shores In or out of the EU And to massive applause We knew of the New World Order … Continue reading

Theresa Mays deal

Brussels and Labour are planning their coup And we have to ask ourselves what will we do A bombshell of soughts Kind of plays with our thoughts Restricting departure The name of their game Ofcourse theres no faith in the … Continue reading

Breakaway groups

Theres a certain ambivalence Surfacing here Voted to stand A manifesto so clear Remoaners all clearly Ready to say We are MP’s We know better Today If we voted leave We got the wrong end Of the stick so to … Continue reading

Paris

A standoff in Paris Tear gas aimed high Shields at the ready The tension feels high They charge at the crowd As the rocks start to fall Paris a battleground A moving wall Of bodies some injured Bystanders who Were … Continue reading

EU and some more

40 billion quid To stay in the EU swamp Actually most of us now realise It is no big romp Unelected bureaucrats Feathering their own nest And all the negotiators Should all be under arrest No deal we want no … Continue reading

Crashing out

Crashing out Is what Blairs about He so crashed in his war Killing many Innocent children And what was that all for? The tory people sadly Remoaners at their core And now theres Blair Who wants to share The limelight … Continue reading

Statesmanship

One expects from one’s leaders A sage like degree A modicum of sense Whose authority Would seldom be questioned A wise man a sage Never a featherbrain Not up to their age A wizard whose intellect Comes shining through A … Continue reading

It happened in Salisbury

Its easy to lead Those who would rather not know The ways of the mind Moved by the flow Of negative consequence And nullified thought And Unfounded stories Unbegotten and caught Up in the melee of extinct ways To find … Continue reading