By the Twilight’s Last Gleaming: Good Morning America

January 11, 2021 at 9:42 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, News, Poetry) (, , )

Good morning, America, how are you?
I’m the spirit of the year 1917
The one that gutted the cities of Petrograd and Moscow
And I’ll be gutting your country 500 miles before the day is done
January 20th marks the start of the new Soviet
Your institutions so corrupt they faded at our sight
Media, courts and Congress
Anxious that hammer and sickle replace Stars and Stripes

No more free and fair elections for you
The Dominion Nazi takes it all away
Just social distance and put on your masks
Until we strip every ounce of your humanity away
Be like good little boys and girls and believe the news casts
Any dissenting voices social media will take away
Build back better is our motto
As we all tear down and destroy
Leaving nothing but nothing in its wake

Good-bye America, how are you?
Ronald Reagan called you the world’s last best hope
That’s why we took your land over
And we did it without firing a shot
50 years of a corrupt decadent culture
And you folded like an unmighty paper rock

Good-bye America, how are you?
Liberty lies dead at your door
And thanks to that long decadent culture
You lost your spirit to fight evermore
The Gates of Hell are upon you
And both bodies and souls we will have too.

-A song and poem
written by Christopher
Monday January 11th
2020.

12 Comments

  1. George F. said,

    The Dominion Nazi…the electronic, uncountable vote.

  2. Dracul Van Helsing said,

    Exactly.

    The electronic AI equivalent of the Soup Nazi on Seinfeld.

    Instead of taking your bowl of soup away, he takes your vote away.

  3. Seoul Sister said,

    “Build back better” is the stupidest motto ever, those fools couldn’t come up with anything that makes sense, Destroy and rebuild/NWO empire is what it means.

  4. Kritika said,

    Difficult times.

  5. janowrite said,

    Sad but alas true, Christopher. Brilliant assessment. I never thought I’d live to see the day. My dad is spinning in his grave: for this he fought in WW2? Holding my nose. Avoiding the “news.” Sigh.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thank you, Jan.

      Yes, I feel sorry for all those veterans who fought in World War II so that totalitarianism would never reach America’s shores.

      And what I see today shows the truth of many of America’s Founding Fathers’ words which were in order for liberty to be maintained, Americans would have to remain a godly people.

      Following the upheaval of the 1960s about 1970 many Americans either ceased believing in God or acted and conducted their lives in such a way that He just as well may not have existed for them.

  6. Hetty Eliot said,

    yep it’s over.

  7. Jessica E. Larsen said,

    Sad moments during difficult time, but I love the poem. It prick the feelings in right places 😀

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