Our Children Are The Guarantors

Defending Zionism from its detractors. Anti-Zionism is a form of anti-Semitism. Let the other side apologize for a change.

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Seder Olam

“Out with the family!”, said the revolutionaries.
“We don’t need need that old-fashioned establishment
That unenlightened men did create.”
So in the revolutionaries’ new utopia
Was born a new, very extended family—the state.

“Out with patriarchy!”, said the radical feminists.
“Women must do away with this tool of male rule,
Forged for the control of men over each woman’s life.”
So in the rad-feminists’ new utopia
Women were liberated, doing the work of both husband and wife.

“Out with class distinctions!”, said the Marxists.
“Exploitation by the rich is the source of all woe.”
So in the Leninspired new utopia
A thin stratum of fat cats took post, and were called the Politbüro.

“Out with religion!”, said the hardcore atheists.
“Religion is the source of all bloodshed and wars,
Undebatable, the desire of despots all.”
So in the fanatical secularists’ new utopia,
Secular religions, such as earth-worship, held people in thrall.

“Out with nationalism!”, said the internationalists.
“Mankind’s division into nations should be finished,
For it does all enmity between humans hatch.”
So in the internationalists’ new utopia,
Support was pledged for new “indigenous peoples”
Created by colonials of old from scratch.

“Out with fascism!”, said the Liberals.
“Creeping authoritarianism is the plague of our time,
Demanding constant vigilance for every hole in the dam.”
So in the Liberal-Leftists’ new utopia,
All aid and comfort was given to fascistic Islam.

“Out with the old, in the new!”, said the Progressives.
“Change is inevitable, you cannot that path abort.”
So in the Progressives’ new utopia,
Life returned to be what it once was:
Solitary, nasty, brutish and short.

“A book of myths, irrelevant in our age”, so we were told.
But to HaShem is the last word:
Truth eternal ceases not being so by being old.
To believe in a literal Adam and Eve there is no need;
But of the changeless verities of human nature one should ever take heed.
There is no escape! Every attempt to rebel has only led to different forms of the same.
So come and let us reason together, and hear the word of His Holy Name.

Picture: Reading from a Torah Scroll

(“Seder Olam” is Hebrew for “Order of the World”.)

Labels: , , ,


Anonymous Anonymous said...

ZY, that was beautiful I didnt know you also wrote poetry, do you have any more?

July 11, 2007 9:59 PM  
Blogger ZionistYoungster said...

Hi, KL! Good to see you back.

I sometimes write poetry... when inspired. I don't do it much, because thinking up the rhymes can be frustrating. I recall three instances from my blog's past:

This Is An Age, from August 29, 2006, in which I used links to show the points, but links do as links often do and become outdated, so I don't think a lot of them still work.

Ode to the Ewoks, from September 7, 2006.

Ruled, Britannia!, from September 29, 2006, which is a spin-off of the original, "Rule, Britannia!"

There may be more, but I don't remember right now.

HaShem bless you.

July 12, 2007 12:09 AM  

Post a Comment

<< Home