Treasure Island

Chris Leermakers

(13/10/1974 / Melbourne, Australia)

Think Fast


Sometimes? No Always
The Truth Must Be Told
And If You're Still Reading This Book
You Have Been Chosen
Yeah Chosen As Instruments To Achieve
And Look...
Yes To Achieve The Real Objective
As You Are All, Already And Mighty Bold
And This Dosn't Have To Be Sold
Just Told...

The Truth However, Must Not Be Represented As Truth
Too Many People Who Are Needed In The Struggle
Will Simply Die
...And All The Others Will Just Constantly Cry

The Cover Of FICTION Must Be Used
To Present This Truth
Those That Fear The Light
Will Not Want To Bring Attention To You
By Allowing Your Death
This Is The Only Way To Win This Fight
Yes The Only Way To See Real Light

This Is The Only Way
Do Not Be Afraid
The Fight For Real Humanity Demands Your Courage
So Do Not Let Anything Or Anyone Discourage
Your Quest, As Tonight We All
Yes We All Will Need A Very Good Rest
As Our Future Is Happening In Our Past
And To Win This War
Yes To Win We Need To Think Very Fast
Yeah, Very Fast
Not Last....

Submitted: Thursday, April 25, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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