Do not be fooled by the fool,
The man who flaunts and struts,
Whose words are empty but cruel
Like the waiting grave a genocide abuts.
Do not be fooled by the fool
Or the strange genius of his employ:
They who arrive astride their gallant mules
To take the Temple, to profit and rejoice.
No, do not be fooled by the fool
Else you ensnare your own demise,
For we are ever close to one-man rule:
The Torch of Liberty, once dropped, ne’er again shall rise.