Where Warnings Bloom, and Zion’s Zoom


At Allpoetry platform a zionist wrote “all Arabs and Muslims will be destroyed by Armageddon” and instead of suspending him, I got a warning for calling him names. The platform boss justified this by saying “religion is not protected but Zionists are”. Aren’t we all supposed to be protected?

On Allpoetry’s playground of poetic jest,
A Zionist’s prophecy put to the test.
“Armageddon for Arabs,” his words took flight,
No suspension in sight, but a warning for your plight.

Names you hurled, a retort sincere,
Yet, the platform’s response, oh, so unclear.
“Religion’s not protected,” they smugly declare,
But for Zionists, it seems, special care.

Dreamlike confusion in this digital maze,
A satire of justice, a bewildering craze.
Zionist privilege, the platform’s decree,
In this poetic world, a parody, you see.

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