Alexander Shaumyan

(July 12,1962 / Moscow, Russia)

Mcfuck This World


Mcfuck your apple iphones
And your googles,
Your walmart souls
And your wet mcdreams
Mcfuck your corporate nikes
And adidas,
Your abercrummy fitch
Designer jeans.

Mcfuck your freedom,
Your mcfucking flags
And slogans,
Where coke and pepsi
Is the same mcshit-
Mcfuck your new fag fashions
And mcpassions,
Your nigga styles,
Your trojan cocks and tits.

Mcfuck the Citibank,
GE and Boeing,
Mcfuck Bill Gates, Steve Jobs
And Fannie Mae,
Mcfuck the CEOs and the president-
Mcfuck McDonald's
And mcfuck BK.

Mcfuck this world of greed
And corporations,
Where everything is patented
And sold,
Mcfuck the voters
And the mindless information
That daily makes mczombies
Of us all.

March 26,2013
- Alexander Shaumyan

Submitted: Tuesday, March 26, 2013

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