MAYDAY 1568: MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2020

“Disruptive change can be beneficial for a country. That is what Vladimir, through Brexit, has accomplished. I, similarly, at his behest,

my best, have done, to bring disruptive change to US. I am, to Vladimir Putin, second in command at his express, request.”

“Amazed am I that in the face of a sky-high mountain of evidence — circumstantial and circumstances, incriminating, still, no one

appears to believe that what is happening, could possibly — even — be happening. Other than Vladimir I am beholden to no one.”

“Other than to Vladimir I’m beholden to no one. Amazed am I that in the face of tons of evidence — circumstantial and circumstances, incriminating, still, no one

appears to believe that what is happening, could even, be happening. But I am the chosen one.”

“Even Melania; even my lover, Kim. Other than Vlad, I’m beholden to no one. Amazed am I that no one believes that what’s happening,

could even, be happening. But because I am uniquely weak, I, am, chosen. And MAYDAYS is my poem about … what’s happening.”

“Behind the scenes, Vladimir Putin has dictated that the interim transition period can be extended, one time only, until — the end

of 2022. Vladimir dictated, this very, end. He knows that Britain’s historic relevance on land, and sea, is near, its end.”

“My power within the party now is sufficient that all my lawmakers have to worry about incurring my wrath and that of followers, on

Twitter. My followers, ofttimes, armed men, are. Trolls, armed with memes and sometimes — ofttimes — automatic … weapons.”

“My followers, armed men, oft are. Deplorable trolls armed with memes and sometimes, automatic weapons also. Save Vladimir Putin,

I fear no man. All men fear me. I am — as I recall — the hero of Vietnam and I shall be says Arthur, an anti-hero with Putin.”

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