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December 29, 2007
Peter Sokolowskyj

From a decade of Nazis rein & extreme sedition
Cruelty remains according to British tradition
Rotten pom’s still justify that grubby petition
Served by evil convicts in the usual repetition
So many soldiers, Australia marched off to war
Multicultural, whites and Aboriginals galore
Placed in the frontline protecting our whites
Extinction policy disgrace our British invites
We honor rich white supremists year after year
Worst form of Racistism happens under fear
It was Anzac Day 2007 made me shed a tear
Equal rights in NSW still violated right here
In the heart of Sydney white soldiers march proud
Australia’s Indigenous heroes simply not allowed
Redfern block aboriginals march away from the rest
Banned from marching alongside our serving best
Along Redfern Street, out of mind out of sight
Our black diggers march, this evil is not right
Hundreds of proud diggers Australia made
No whites came at all to see this grand parade
No one lined the streets to give them a cheer
They all marched past where no one came near
They too served this c-untry and paid that ole price
This is how we respect and pretend we are nice
Shame Clover Moore how you follow tradition
From a long rule of Nazis extremist’s cruel sedition
Don’t blame the pom’s to justify your repetition
Still just convicts carrying on that usual tradition
Manufactured in Australia that needs abolition.

About this poem

Its about the greatest injustice to war veterans ever, & Racistralias white supremacy hystory. George Floyd was important but something more sinister exists down under. Aboriginal diggers march out of mind out of sight not allowed to march in the grand parade, that absolutely sucks and needs abolition. Place sanctions against Australia until they fix this. Australia had the extinction policy 1865 - 1936 that still lingers, aboriginals were sent out in the cront line in all our wars & they fought braverly like so many others & deserve better respect than this done by the evil City of Sydney Gay society shame Racistralia

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