Analogous to Tower 7 Ameaning

Bronze Star - 2,471 Points (02/09/1978 / San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, CA)

Nazi Spy Agenda - Poem by Analogous to Tower 7 Ameaning

Trick or treat I see your feet
I see what you are trying to beat
To kick and smash and put under your thumb
To harvest like grain humans terrorized towards dumb
I see you're Noah, Abraham & Lot
Raping women and children is all you've got
From the birthing video to the funeral processions
Every bit of data is in your right of possession
And all you're obliged is to live by lies
To force yourself behind our eyes
To snap our brains ability to trust
You're Lot on his daughters, as you thrust & thrust
Even if you awake from our terrible dream
Noah, Lot, & Abraham are you psychological theme
Plead hollowed cause and declare your victims' flaws
Rewrite all sacred laws and cite the Roman Clause
You need not say much to prove your deeds
Just tax your victims to enforce human needs
Destroy the parent in the children's face
And you will always protect your place
Like Jim Crow nurtured the South
Like Blacks are still chewed in your mouth
Like Mexicans are shot by FAST & Furious guns
Like the military rapes daughters & sons
Like hillbillies watch their mountains fall
Like Chicago & Camden are just bricks in your wall
Like Turtle Island is almost Canaan
Like Diego Garcia is how you slay men
But your work is done well and the people have ceded
All the meta data you ever needed
NSA is thousands of people
Certain they are only fighting evil
Only doing right by shining a light
Like a scalpel into every intimate life
And since its government agents pleading this cause
A mass majority casually accept it as they make new laws
So, tell us what your all seeing eye sees
Aww, it's a secret?
Come on, just tell us, pwease?


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 5, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, December 16, 2013

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