Boris the Turk

[A piece of poetry about the UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.] Over in Downing Street, you’ll see a big nose lurk, For the PM living there is old Boris the Turk (Ali Kemal was his great-grandfather’s name — A Turkish Muslim, in the diplomacy game) From the grip of the EU, Boris will free the […]

Tough and scary Sammy Dastyari

[A piece of poetry about Sam Dastyari, an Iranian-born NSW politician, who broke the law when — in a display of Greenie virtue-signalling — he cycled along a Sydney footpath on his way to a hearing of the Independent Commission Against Corruption. Ordinary Australians face a fine of up to $2,200 for riding on a […]

The Nutcase Premier

[A piece of poetry about Daniel Andrews, Premier of the state of Victoria (Australia).]. Premier Daniel Andrews is truly a nutcase of a man, He wants to destroy our society, as much as he possibly can; The Premier tells us, that there are many types of gender, But he’s just saying that, to fit his […]

You See the Sacred Blood, poem by Enoch Powell

[A poem written by Enoch Powell, published in his book of poetry, Casting Off and Other Poems (1937).] You see the sacred blood That in the Grail distils And crimson as a rose The holy vessel fills: That quivering flood Which thither drains Is blood that flows From our own veins. You hear Amfortas’ moan […]