John Key Advocates Profit Heartless Zero Hour Contracts Poem by Terence Craddock

John Key Advocates Profit Heartless Zero Hour Contracts

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John Key enslaves
poor New Zealanders
with zero hour contracts

some businessmen politicians
will do anything for kickbacks
disreputable businessmen politicians

naughty nasty bad boys
will even sell their own mothers
some fast food franchises

canceled zero hour contracts
KFC, Pizza Hut, Carl's Jr even Starbucks
agreed canceled zero hour contracts

McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's
are zero hour contracts next targets
unions will do right for worker rights...

no more low pay no pay zero dollar weeks
Unions heart Labour Party both despise evils
contract inflicted upon lowest paid workers

want outlawed zero hour contracts
but kick back sly Johnnie loves
adores profit zero hour contracts

contrast humane Human Resources
Institute! joined passion union calls!
to ban despicable zero hour contracts

victimizing pushing exploited desperate workers
minimum paid wage workers suffer on minimum wages
never knowing if they would earn a weeks wages

waiting for fast food hope choke hours dollars
tragedy day by day no guaranteed work wages
Chinese Checkers Johnnies pushed up prices finances...

promotes unaffordable Auckland houses
served after spinner Key sold off countless
legendary Kiwi affordable State Houses

leaving destitute desperate homeless
on starvation indifferent Auckland Streets
to earn token heartless beg on call dollars

poor victims of National Party Policies
hung out struggling booted in teeth kiwis
unable to meet market rising living costs

ogre John Key never tightens his belts
just paid thousands more on latest pay rises?
when will Nation indifferent John Key address

zero dollar contracts not before June perhaps
Never? ? ? time to collect more fast food kickbacks!
Johnnie Ebenezer Scrooge a cold-hearted miser is...

yes Johnnies
pushed up prices
unaffordable houses

John Key chains enslaves
poor New Zealanders
with zero hour contracts...

Copyright © Terence George Craddock

Tuesday, October 20, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: exploitation,home,homelessness
Written in April 2015 on the 13.4.2015.
Titled, arranged, proofed 21.10.2015.
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