Communism Came

Communism came by popular support,
Take out the enemy — you gain rapport.
Then you do what all leaders do,
You nurture the people with illusions of good
Mixed with fantasies that confuse the fools.

Afterward, you play the next act,
Favor the disadvantaged as you ransack
The citizens you need to attack.
You wipe them off the face of the map.
This is how tyrants attack.

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Communism Came by K. Saitta
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