The Web Poetry Corner - James Bredin - A Hundred Million Refugees
A Hundred Million Refugees
A hundred million refugees lined up at the door,
The UN says let them in and they’ve got lots more,
In your multicultural menagerie they should fit in,
And no talk of terrorism because this is win win.
And if Ben Laden comes along, he has Charter Rights,
Maybe tonight dressed in whites in the incoming flights,
Trudeau wrote the Charter for "EVERYONE" around,
Ben Laden and terrorists too so as not to confound.
Multicultural propaganda is not an illusion,
The idea of being Canadian might add to their confusion,
These refugees can keep their culture and stay as they are,
Even to the second generation though this may seem bizarre.
Living in their ghettos, they can all stay aloof,
Multiculturalism not denied or they’ll raise the roof,
Politicians with partisan voting machines just love it,
Though most Canadians would like to shove it.
Soft-on-crime judicial appointees could make it worse,
Add unknown youthful offenders to this national curse,
Hot button diversity added to religion and race,
Therefore terrorism apparently is no great disgrace.