Instead of building walls and fences to keep them out, imagine there were no borders, says Heathcote Williams
Prince Charles lubricates the wheels of the British war machine and bestows his royal sanction on aggression.
David Cameron strangles kittens and drowns them And they sink to the bottom of the sea. Babes in arms still attached to their mothers.
The US was born out of mass murder nearly 400 years ago and its wars of empire are going on today more than ever, leaving millions of people dead across the world.
Poet Heathcote Williams responds to David Cameron's declaration that he is "standing firm and will not be cowed" by ISIS barbarity.
You take my water, burn my olive trees, destroy my house, take my job, steal my land, Imprison my father, kill my mother, bombard my country...
It's time for Tony to face charges; It's time for a Citizen's Arrest. There's an empty dock in the Hague. Dying to have him as its guest.
A cat was shot for treason in World War One. It had acted as an intermediary between Allied and Axis lines.
"Who did this to me? They had many planes. They'd brought bombs to fit into each of their cruel planes. Why didn't they think of the people below?
Extracted from Royal Babylon: the Criminal Record of the British Monarchy. An investigative poem by Heathcote Williams.
War is a lucrative business and the ‘war on terror’ – read Islamic extremism – keeps the $1.3 trillion a year global arms industry in clover.
Heathcote Williams on Christmas 1914 when thousands of troops on both sides unilaterally declared a truce and played football friendlies instead of trying to kill each other.
"War is organised murder," WW1's longest surviving soldier Harry Patch told Tony Blair, who three years earlier had taken Britain into the illegal Iraq war.
Joan Rivers was "utterly irreplaceable", said Prince Charles, not noticing that most of her had been replaced by plastic.
For their wedding breakfast they'd broken a million eggs / Their honeymoon had suicide bombs and assassins.
Hell's gates were too narrow / For his inflated body to pass through / He'd had to wait his turn. Poet Heathcote Williams on Israeli war criminal Ariel Sharon's lingering death.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is one of the world's richest women, worth £17 billion. Her investments in the arms trade include firms that produce the uranium used in depleted uranium shells.