The Shame of Ireland

The Shame of Ireland

Pharma/Medical/Garda crimes in Ireland 2015 -

Ireland ...1947 - 2015 and ongoing....

There is a voice, we dare not listen to,
There is a cry, we dare not hear,
There is a crime in process
The pharma crime against woman and man
The pharma pill of body destruction
The pharma trial of plundering organs
The pharma trials of women's organs
The pharma trials of any man too
Sure what is the life of one woman
Or the loss of any man
Sure what is the pain of a family broken
As they bend o'er a loved one's grave...
Oh Ireland my lost Country...
Where are you now in 2015...
Oh Ireland what is your legacy
To the great men of 1916...
What will they state in 2016
As the Government of today
Are pharma lead...
We may no longer be in bondage
To Old England...
But sadly my comrades, my citizens all..
We lay bloodsoaked, battered and broken..
With many so crippled by the Pharma war..
And sadly my countrymen, my fellow man,
My friends and foe - we are not free...
I plead for Old England to set us free..
Or even New England to hear our cry...
For the Pharma bondage of citizens of
Ireland are held in bondage until death
There is no mercy in Pharma gods of prey
There is no freedom,
There is no peace,
There is no hope
For Pharma control and torture
Ignited it's war on Irish citizens
From the shadows of Auschwitz gates...

T Keane - 4th June 2015...

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