Marine Le Pen, that feisty broad,
Is up against Macron, the fraud.
The threat of Islam he’s ignored;
I hope she puts him to the sword.
Smack! – into people they slam!
Look how they rampage and ram!
There goes one with a beard;
It is just as we feared!
Trucks in Sweden revert to Islam!
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“Get used to it folks,” says the mayor,
“In a way it is really quite fair.
Sure there’ll be disasters
For we’re now the masters
And finally we’re getting square.”
I love cities – the daily attacks,
The mayhem, the murders, big Macs,
Down in the park, sitting;
Exploding Muslim maniacs.
Hey scaredy cats, you’re such a bunch of fools;
Don’t be afraid of these Islamic tools.
Sure, some will end up cold and dead,
But hey! sleep soundly in your bed –
It’s much more likely you will win the pools.
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Hello, London calling – you know where we are.
Come visit, you tourists – it’s not very far.
See our lovely city –
Its bridges – so pretty.
(Just watch that you don’t get run down by a car)
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A terrorist attack! – who could it be?
The Seventh Day Adventists spring to mind,
But there are lots of others – let me see –
The Buddhists? No, I doubt that they’re inclined
To knife or shoot – they’re really much too kind.
But what about the Mormons? – maybe they
Are angry. (in the past they’ve been maligned)
The Hindus? – they could rise up any day,
And so too could the Catholics – how they pray!
Are Protestants more likely to rebel?
Perhaps, but it’s too early yet to say.
It may be Hari Krishnans – who can tell?
I’m running out of suspects – Sikhs perhaps?
Or could it be Confucians – Chinese chaps?
Most people don’t wish to wage war;
They’re sickened by gristle and gore.
It isn’t the masses,
It’s men from madrasahs –
These fiends are the rot at the core.