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FREE DOMINATED



Never should anyone be told to make a pledge for a liege gents.
It's freedom in nation losing the free domination to assailants.
It's not a soft reign that drizzles in like soft rain.
It's sovereign hailing lead turns so oft rein to pain.
Take away land and you they either, deck, clear, raze, shun...
Off in the pen, dance sing to their tune, a classical conviction.
Knowing that's not music to hear it prevents any feeling upbeat.
Mud rimed ore's reason rifts amp up and revolutions lose speed.
Don't really even need to search that hard to find the proof.
Mind you most benefactors usually turn seeing eyes against truth.
Truth hurtles from those it's easy for... get all over bowled.
Things always go swimmingly without debate in little fish bold.
Won't see countries conflicts being unnatural, these dis are stirs...
Infest, genocide, infect, sterilise, and taking free out of Afreeka's.
Now to a place appropriately came to be known for its states.
A realm the new whirled, the land of the massacred braves.
Death brings pilgrim reaper taking remainder off poor soles.
When they charge in and roar, hide or lose lives as rage shows.
Unfortunate survivors left dazed seeing stars and stripes to fear.
Must watch all taken given to those belonging to a new front tier.
Next prize natives and slaves kids to control what they're told.
You can tell today those kids progeny still pay a price heavily tolled.
Smeared minds with crap and cess trees of the most ancient families.
Denied distinguished past, their tales sting's for us to feel inferiority.
These scorpions score opinions not befitting assumed manifest destiny.
Prance around committing many atrocious civilising acts with impunity.
Dignitarians that were ranked made shore... their good ship Jesus in.
Ranked for sure, lacking dignity tearing in, ship goods, left religion.
Educators stay to see set rules followed for the sake of new principals.
Literally means head duke caters ways so you forsake your principles.
Characters said to be muses were appropriated so simply bemuses.
That's why accepted history's chronology is lost, vague, or confuses.
See what happens when you have a long pious poncey renaissance.
Literary critic literally forging his story in to achieve self importance.
So many dates to be not exact so just fill parts in with circa.
This is being done by self acclaimed history's recorder.
The very self same selfish men infesting destiny.
Religiously bordering all to dish, relish just evil's agony.
Rounded on many cultures and societies waive, flag... a union hijack.
Their whorl wore one then another causing devastating global impact.
Now philanthropists violations over mine and launder, filth fee riches.
Billionaires foundations draining more than their fill and throw piss.
You're in drowning nations with the yellow... See...
Finally the pledge sunk and broke all, now they kneed.
Figures all digits to liege as his right hand gives you the middle finger.
I could go on but unlike many crimes against humanity I won't linger.

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