Tim caffery

Rookie - 118 Points (02/09/1978 / San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, CA)

The Right Manifesto


I seek to stand for My beliefs,
To defend that which I know is Right,
Create a change that befits everyone,
I just think that first,
We must kill.
There are those oppenants,
Who are hopeless,
They stand in the way,
Of My goal of,
A better planet,
Of a better society.
The reality of World peace,
Is just a life away,
Maybe many lives away.
Let us then consider,
streamling the process,
To kill a mocking bird takes a stone,
Achieving my peace takes a war,
Perhaps a campaign.
And who needs votes,
Of opposition,
When I know for sure the way,
To save the World,
From terror and destruction.
I dream of that,
Soon to be peaceful society:
The poor are gone,
The roots of poverty;
Criminals have faced My justice,
Crime died with them;
Terrorist have been annihilated,
Along with their decendants.
Make way for the purest,
Society the World has ever seen,
The height of mankind,
His very existance,
A place in which happiness can abound,
Humanity can prosper
and Life can flourish. 12/16/08

Submitted: Friday, November 20, 2009
Edited: Friday, February 19, 2010

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