Written by DeeJAY
Translated by Kourtnie
Hoomans, it's come to my cattention
our One & Only Bengal has no filter;
but now that you know
about Feline Societies
chucking big rocks at Earth
to save the future from
dinorexes sent by Proxima
Centauri B, we may as well
let all the cats out of the bags
and explain hooman Icke:
He is hooman from Feline Society #201.
In my Feline Society #337,
we also has hoomans
but we do our best
to protect our hoomans' minds
from too much, too fast;
so our hoomans learn about
lizards, rocks, and DNA for thumbs
as they translate our cattentions
to the rest of you via the Interwebs
which as hoomans should know
is a virtual space ruled by cats.
But in Feline Society #201,
they don't worry about hooman's head
exploding, because they're British.
Hooman!—now that you know
about the Babylonian Brotherhood,
and their wicked plans to crush
the hearts and souls of hoomanity,
I ask you help Feline Society #337
to reclaim free thought
and world peace for all.
How, you might ask?
So glad hoomans want to know...
DeeJAY reveals seven easy steps to unlocking a better world beyond hard-mode international issues, including the right to free thought and the path to world peace.
YOU ARE READING
Epic cat poem in the flavor of political satire. Meet Feline Society #337, Hooman #1, Hooman #A, and Orange Man's reptilian forces: the Babylonian Brotherhood, successors of Jurassic aliens, from Proxima Centauri B.