Treasure Island

ArmourQuill Hunter

(1949 / Fort Smith, AR)

Cooking Frogs by Economic Reactance


Slowly the electronic computer system upsets the cradle of power
NZ was alerted to the Smart Card; a new tactic came another hour
As Biblically foretold, power is now in a number on a passport chip
Soon you won't be able to buy or sell without itemizing every bit

Principles of power, now influences over all, are applied to economy
Best to surrender ones’ mind to God than have the world’s lobotomy
If one assumes the appearance of power, people soon give it to you
Yet submission to the higher power brings greater effects to review

Keys to economic advantage maintained with high-speed computing
High tech productivity is thought a vital key, there’s no disputing
Computer tech is rather geared to govern all forms of individuality
Cooking a frog you turns up the heat 'slowing' for induced reality

Can any thus comprehend subtle governmental moves for supremacy?
Theoretically expressed as economics, Scientists control legitimately
Moral issues are rarely raised in view of the law of natural selection
Pivotal magnates ignite economy of the privileged few with no rejection

Bullets are propelled under hidden war tactics, fostering said fractions
Gunpowder of programmers, bank pimps, and chiefs, puppet reactions
“Give me control over a nations’ dough; I care not who makes its laws”
Notably, Mayer Rothschild related; and many activist adhere to it all

Submitted: Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Edited: Sunday, February 20, 2011

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