Walk with the devil, talk with the devil

Walk with the devil, talk with the devil

For K.

by Jon Rappoport

March 18, 2017

Walk with the devil, talk with the devil
He’s “charming”
And anyway, he’s not going anywhere
And you know you’re good
That’s not going to change
He may consider you’re trying to undermine him
But he doesn’t think you have a chance
Of course you do have a chance
And that’s the point

Time is long
And you’re not going anywhere either
He doesn’t know your kind of power
Never did

Walk with the devil, talk with the devil
He’s gathering evil people around him
He’s destroying them all by himself
He’s digging their graves
Of course they don’t know that

But he can’t dig your grave
You don’t want what he has
So talk with him
Let him spin his dreams

Walk with the devil, talk with the devil
He’ll think you can help him forward his plan
Because the plan is all he knows
And he believes he can fold the entire world and its contents
Into it

Time is very long
And he can’t understand
Your kind of power

Deep in his mind and soul
He wants to know what is evading him
What he can never discover
The secret that is parked beyond what he has

And the secret is you
It always was
But he can’t bring that fact up from his subconscious
This is why he has sleepless nights
And ends up returning to his flock

Walk with the devil, talk with the devil
He has a limited repertoire
He keeps coming back to the same plots
And he doesn’t know why
It’s a source of discomfort for him
As he pushes on

How much evil can he project
Until he feels the fatigue of boredom
Until he runs out of novel experiences
Until he can predict the details of his future wars
Until he comes back to where he started
And tries to remember why he began doing what he’s doing

He has very little imagination left

He’s a lonely figure on a dark street
Looking for excitement
After all this time
But he’s been through the same gamut over and over

In decay he has no equal
He has no equal with whom he can share his past

Walk with the devil, talk with the devil
Watch him scuttling his perverse thoughts
In bottom mud
Hoping for something new
That never shows up

It turns out his territory is quite limited
And for that he would wear his heart on his sleeve
If he could imagine a heart

Walk with the devil, talk with the devil
And knowing his primary
Number one
Pass along a dream about a new good world
And watch him burn in his meditation
As he considers how he can parlay that future
He’ll take your hints, your dream
And gleefully release it to the world

Because he must
Because that’s what he does
Thinking his profits and advantages will obscure the message

But he has limited intelligence
And your thoughts reacquaint people
With something they laid aside
In the fountain of energy where they once lived

They’ll shake off a piece of the trance
And feel their blood coursing again…

Madness is a strange thing
And this preeminent madman
Eventually confesses his plans right out in the open
He can’t resist the opportunity
And he’ll even confess he knows The Good
It’ll come to that
More, he’ll urge people to do good
Believing he can forestall defeat at the last moment

He’ll back up to the edge
And plead with the world to do good
And still think he has a chance

Take his hand
And shove him hard
Over and out
And down
Into the Void
The Nothing
The Great Nothing
Where for a day, a year
A thousand years
A million years
His fate will be in his hands

Not your concern
Not anyone’s concern

You’re good
And he never understood your power

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(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

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5 comments on “Walk with the devil, talk with the devil

  1. Greg C. says:

    Love it. We’re not going anywhere – time is long! God, I try to get that across to my students, who are loathe to spend too much time getting into their music. Schools program them to keep in step with the clock, wait for the bell, then woosh – on to something completely different. The news cycle is the same thing – forget what you heard just 24 hours ago – something new is breaking or developing. But we remember.

  2. Henry Horner says:

    Sounds like a description of our Liberal Idiots and our Democrats to me.

  3. Hell no says:

    This is the best good versus evil poem I’ve ever read. Shared. Thanks.

  4. Joy says:

    So right on, Jon! and I would add, “Laugh at him!” because the one thing “he” fears the most is not being taken seriously! There is no logic to evil, never has been, and never will be, so with the weapons of logic and imagination, we always win!

  5. Sheri says:

    I absolutely love this poem! One thing blows my mind completely though, that out of however many billion people there are on this planet, I’m only the 5th person to comment on the poem..?..?.. Just more absolute proof that people nowadays turn away from truth… That devil might rob the majority of the truth, but he will never steal reality from me!

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