What will the end of covid19 bring, will it see the underlying anger of
the people explode, will it see the long suffering, exploited and
marginalised take to the streets, not to demand change, but to
unstoppably create change, in doing so destroy this system of greed, pillage and plunder, that for
generations has stunted their lives and that of their children. Or will
they humbly submit to more of the same, leaving the rich pampered
parasites laughing all the way to their luxury yachts.
I am the crowd
I awim in the quagmire of poverty
its hooks, its barbs, tear my flesh
rupture my dreams,
I hold my breath for centuries
hoping to break through, gasp pure air.
Through the murky mire
I see bright things, shiny things sparkle
I see women in fine dresses, men in silk shirts.
I ask myself
why do I swim in this cesspool?
I want the light and warmth of rectitude
to caress my labouring body,
seeds of my dreams to bloom
like wild flowers in a meadow.
one day, I will use my boundless strength
to haul this torn, battered being
out of the morass
onto the warm grassy bank,
when I do;
woe betide you, women in fine dresses
woe betide you mister in your fine silk shirt
should you ever try to get in my way,
for I am the strength of the world,
I am the crowd.
The following Lifted from ANARCHISM:
London, the most unregulated city in the world – rich scum particularly welcome ★
“Give me your rich, your greedy,
Your mafia drug-gangs from every corner of the globe
yearning to launder cash,
The people traffickers who exploit the teeming shores.
Send these, the property speculators
who create the city’s homeless and drive out the working class.
Bring on the economic power of right-wing churches
To buy up our cinemas, our theatres, and our music venues.
I lift the lamp of the corrupt politician
To illuminate your way!”
Visit ann arky’s home at https://radicalglasgow.me.uk