As a nation drowned in it’s PM’s lies
Sons & daughters were sent to die
Meanwhile at home democracy cried
But his government crowed
Other peoples’ children signed up for his war
While at home in comfort he called for more
For bodies were needed to feed it all
Media cried out loud
War! War! War!
When history writes upon his tomb
Will it reflect the pain of those who knew
His government’s ways were all too true
Of right rich Tories
Through and through.
See it’s easy to trade bodies for war
Free trade and a handshake and little more
So beware this terrorist at the door
For the Tory bastard
Should be feared by all.
Inspired by @Btripstheworld
As a Waikato girl by birth, Aucklander by nature, and living in Hamilton by choice, I’ve long being a supporter of a regular train gig chugging the willing and the weary between the hustle and pace of Auckland and the tranquility and bliss of Kirikiriroa. For Hamilton needs this, it is not just about getting those Hamilton side to Auckland but getting Aucklanders and everyone in between to Hamilton!
This city is growing, it’s awakening, it’s progressive and dare I say it, at times quite happening. We have industry here, ground breaking, innovative industries, awe inspiring science and technologies but we are the “cow town” when it comes to the commercial, the headquarters, the corporates. We need to attract them and keep them. But we need to supply infrastructure that works for the staff they wish to employ. We need quality public transport, inner city living, international airport, and a CBD that is big, bold and brave with an underground railway station. And if innovative, forward thinking people think they may want to live or work here, they will come.
Some might just come by train.