My case for #Bernie2020

The largest demographic of voters in the U.S. are registered independents. The most popular politician with independents is not Joe Biden nor any other democrat, it’s Bernie Sanders. Biden, Warren, and Harris are weak. Bernie is the only politician who can win over independent voters in 2020. Harris is too much of a cop toContinue reading “My case for #Bernie2020”

The Internationale (a socialist poem calling for the workers of the world to unite)

The Internationale Arise you workers from your slumber, Arise you prisoners of starvation, Arise you wretched of the Earth, Arise you prisoners of Want, For Reason and Revolt now thunders, For Justice Thunders condemnation, For at last ends the age of can’t, For a better world is in birth. No traditions chain shall bind us,Continue reading “The Internationale (a socialist poem calling for the workers of the world to unite)”

There is no… | A socialist poem about the class war and liberty

There is no… There is no socialism without democracy. There is no liberation without inclusivity. There is no peace while there is class war. There is no dignity while there is no privacy. There is no freedom without change. There is no hope without the people.

Your Weekly Presidential Address (a socialist feminist poem about Donald Trump)

Your Weekly Presidential Address Your weekly address, Your daily lie, Your frothing anger, Your excuses and hate, Your rape culture, Your racism, Your warped sense of reality. Hail to the chief, Long live the great leader. Your weekly address, Your dying hope, Your source of evil.

The Professional Protester | Episode 43 | Police hold Cop Expo on Six Month Anniversary of Stephon Clark’s Murder, BLM demands accountability

On September 18, 2018 the police in Sacramento hosted a statewide Cop Expo. When Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones learned that Black Lives Matter would be picketing their event, he encouraged white supremacist counter protesters to come out, putting the lives of Black Lives Matter organizers and supporters at risk. Organizers and supporters of BLM tookContinue reading “The Professional Protester | Episode 43 | Police hold Cop Expo on Six Month Anniversary of Stephon Clark’s Murder, BLM demands accountability”

People Who You Didn’t Know Were Socialists – Charlie Chaplin

Poetry’s Place in the Revolution: The Rant of a Socialist Poet

God fucking cock sucking mother fucking damnit! Quite a poetic opening am I right? Yes a bit blunt but to be honest I am in a foul mood. I started off the year strong by getting published twice in one month, but ever since June it has been a series of pitches and rejection letters.Continue reading “Poetry’s Place in the Revolution: The Rant of a Socialist Poet”

Rebels Lead The March of History (a poem)

Rebels Lead The March of History! Do not forget, It was the rebels who brought forth our days! And do not forget, the people who learned, But got little praise. Stupid is a condition, Ignorance a choice, So stop the idiotic voice. So cheers to the rebels, Who died for our better days! And peaceContinue reading “Rebels Lead The March of History (a poem)”

Perfection is a waste of time (a poem)

Perfection Is A Waste of Time You can’t go to hell if you are already there, And perfection is the death of art. The pursuit of perfection, Is the birth of mediocrity. Mediocrity can be no one’s muse. But perfection is tedium, Soulless and tedious. These words to the wordsmith, are trivial repetitive garbage. SoulContinue reading “Perfection is a waste of time (a poem)”

Bootlicker (a poem)

Do not mock me! Do not! Do not! For I am a man, And this my woman And we be not beasts, damn straight! We’re just monsters, deplorable sexists enabling fear monger flag waving. But stop being so mean to us! We have feelings to. But we ain’t afraid of no snowflakes, that’s why IContinue reading “Bootlicker (a poem)”

Socialism (a poem)

Socialists Filthy depraved minds we are, Daring to see women as equals, To see race as a tedious thing to feud about, To see that liberation is an all or nothing game. Wanting to see each child fed, Each human housed, Every belly full, and every need met. How dare we ever take up armsContinue reading “Socialism (a poem)”