Strictly Conjecture No Facts Involved

by | Mar 27, 2021 | Political

[In re-reading this work, I wondered, “What on earth did it mean?” You
actually have to read the accompanying note in order to understand the
point that its making]

In the valley of conjecture
Facts are rarely needed
As in with Notre Dame
And the fire which his speech preceded

Macrone … the yellow vests
Their economy at large
Were concessions on the table?
Rejected by those in charge

The Rothchild’s and Bildebergs
Enjoy chaos in the streets
A Civil War is good for
Goals they wish to meet

Tantamount to this event
A warning across the bow
Discouraging indictments
Of traitors in place now

Was it a DEW fire
To get a point across …
The White House, as 911
Suggesting a US loss?

Tie that to Mar A Lago
With the woman at the gate
All done as theatre
Reflecting subdued hate


With the woman at the gate All done a theatre Reflecting subdued hate

I probably should not have chosen to type or include this poem as none of
it seemed to pan out; but it shows clearly how the mind can run off in a
hundred different directions.

What I heard on YouTube was that there was to be sacrifices done in the
tunnels of Notre Dame on the 21st of April. The fire on the 15th averted
it. However, Sri Lanka took its place. In order to honor Molach (or Horus)
it was necessary to sacrifice at least 52 people’s lives. The bomb blasts
and fires took 300 and injured many more.

What we call evil is energy expended by evil people who congregate for a
common goal. The energy is cumulative. Dispose of the evil people, the evil
will go with them.

Additionally, in referring to Mar A Lago, there was a Chinese woman who
attempted to insert herself there. It seems there were questions about
what her goals were. Evidently this all happened during the same time

Linda Brady

Linda Brady

Grandma Linda is a squigily peg in a square hole. Her poetry is aimed at moving the world to love, unity and perfect margaritas. And after years of perfecting the art, she has the skill to paint a better world and make it so.

When she is not serving customers, gazing at rocks, or visiting her grandchildren Linda is writing poetry. And even during all the above activities she has been known to write still.

– Zackary (self proclaimed “Favorite Grandson”)