Sunday, 9 April 2017

Weeds in the Garden

The grape is a fruit. The grape makes wine and wine makes one cheery.
Barley is a grain. Barley makes beer and beer makes one merry.

We are quickly approaching the birthday of a Satanist, Adolf Hitler. How do Satanists celebrate the occasion? With a weed, of course. Only God's children celebrate with the gifts that God made. God's enemy chooses, instead, an invading presence in this Garden of Eden: Mary Jane, the weed that gives you infernally red Chinese eyes.
These are the rolling stoners with no direction home. Instead they tumble down from a high place to a lower place.
You say you'd never compromise
With the mystery tramp (the devil)
And now you realize
He's not selling any alibis
As you stare into the vacuum of his eyes
And say, "Do you want to make a deal?"
Ah you never turned around
To see the frowns
On the jugglers and the clowns who did tricks for you.
You never understood that it ain't no good;
You shouldn't let other people
 Get your kicks (punishment) for you.
Ain't it hard that you discovered that
He really wasn't where it's at
After he took from you
Everything he could steal?
Ahh..princess on the steeple
With all the pretty people
They're all drinking thinking they got it made
Exchanging all precious gifts
But you better take your diamond ring
You better pawn it, babe.
The 50th birthday of Adolf Hitler on 20 April 1939 was celebrated as a national holiday throughout Nazi Germany and other parts of the world. Gifts and telegrams of congratulations were received from all over Germany and allied countries, although the Western Allies ignored the event diplomatically. The birthday celebration saw, amongst other events, the largest military parade in the history of the Third Reich, with army, air force, navy and SS units, numbering almost 50,000 in total, marching through the streets of Berlin in Hitler's honor.

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