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A poem inspired by Daniel Pipes, "Banned in the British Library"

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Submitted by Martin Ingall (Israel), Apr 9, 2014 at 16:14

Goodbye England,
So long France.
You just wet
your underpants.

Kiss the Union
Jack goodbye,
Cheese, no wine,
all bye the bye.

Jihad crescent
Values lost,
hide under bed.

Who's to say
what's good or bad?
By jove, good mate,
you've been had.

Hadith, Sharia,
all Koran
Let's all go

Is Europe finished?
Is all lost?
Is not fighting
worth the cost?

Why maybe not.
Let's beat our wives.
Pimp our daughters,
use our knives.

The British weak,
the French a joke.
No go zone.
Hear that, bloke?

Dhimmi status
will be your fare.
Jizyah tax?
Go welfare!

Western civ,
what was that?
Freedom rings,
remember that?

Islam's dark shadow
Becomes your night.
Grow a pair.
Stand up and fight!


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