Fire and Fury


God has recently made clear

That he would push the button:

The red one. Let us raise a cheer.

We know that God’s a glutton


For punishment, for dealing out

The brimstone and the blaze:

What’s, he says, the fuss about –

The world’s seen better days,


I’m omnipresent, bored and cold,

Morality’s gone hang,

The best way to stay warm, I’m told,

Is push this button. (Bang.)


Besides, he says, I look at you,

Your leaders, their demeanours,

A puffball and a cockatoo,

Two braggarts, pair of preeners;


A spiv, a div; two foolish twins

Who clock their mirrors, tweet –

Two imbeciles (and full of sins,

Or I’m no Paraclete),


A nincompoop, a knucklehead,

A birdbrain and a nut,

A pair of cruds who have no cred,

A doofus and a mutt –


One says, Fire full of fury,

One says, Double Dare –

Both dispose with judge and jury.

Why should I really care?


Why shouldn’t I dispose of all?

Aren’t these two perfect omens?

The hard and acid rain must fall

(Just read the Book of Romans).


There there, said God, my little joke.

Ka-boom. A-ha. Go figure.

He rose, and blessed all earthly folk,

But sat down on the trigger.



Click here for a Washington Post story


9 August 2017 just before Armageddon

“When it comes to how we should deal with evil doers, the Bible, in the book of Romans, is very clear: God has endowed rulers full power to use whatever means necessary — including war — to stop evil. In the case of North Korea, God has given Trump authority to take out Kim Jong Un.”  (Robert Jeffress, one of President Trump's evangelical advisors.)


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