There’s been a bombing -
and only quiet songs will play.
There’s been a bombing -
and only pretty songs will play.
The voices of multitudes,
of all the many Aric Einsteins.
There’s been a bombing, no doubt,
and like 30 people died.

Voices of survivors provide the descriptions.
There’s been a bombing, and they’ll broadcast
the wounded as entertainment.
No one has anything intelligent to say
and they’re all gonna say it at once.

There’s been a bombing - so collective punishments
and hunger have been imposed on them.
There’s been a bombing, so martial law has
been declared on the minds & thoughts of the Jews.
‘We are all one big consensus
We are all brothers
This is not the time for protests
These are times only for tears’
- and for racist stances,
as long as they are directed at Arabs.


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