Wealthy Elite John Lennon Promoted Communism ‘For Thee Not For Me’ – Imagine!

“…Thank you to ‘The Babylon Bee’ for injecting into the mesmerised masses a little bit of stark reality, literally a stunning rendition...”

(source material ‘The Babylon Bee’)

First, a reminder, the words of John Lennon’s Communist utopia song “IMAGINE” which most think is a wonderful song for ‘world peace’. However, some who listened to the words more closely referred to ‘Imagine’ as Lennon’s Communist Manifesto:

Imagine there’s no heaven
It’s easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today

Imagine there’s no countries
It isn’t hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace

You may say I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you’ll join us
And the world will be as one

Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can
No need for greed or hunger
A brotherhood of man
Imagine all the people
Sharing all the world

You may say I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you’ll join us
And the world will live as one

‘The Babylon Bee’ had a rethink on the above to bring the wording into sync with reality because “while the classic folk song does do a fantastic job of laying out the basics of communism—no religion, no possessions, no food—it never invites the listener to imagine all the people in their true form, which is dead—usually by firing squad, but often by way of starvation as well.”

Now LET’S HEAR THE REALITY VERSION, with lyrics below, by ‘The Babylon Bee’ instead of the flowery utopia crapology (you will first need to turn up your volume):

Imagine there’s no bread
It’s easy if you try
No tacos or hot sauce,
Nothing cold or fried,
Imagine all the people living in the gulags

Imagine there’s no money
It isn’t hard to do
Nothing to eat or drink
And no bacon too
Imagine all the people living short life spans ooooh

You may say I’m a commie
But I’m not the only one
And someday you will join us
Or we’ll shoot you in the face

Imagine no possessions
Because all your stuff was redistributed
Lots of greed and hunger
But seriously please can I have a potato
Imagine all the people sharing all your stuff, yeah

You may say I’m a commie
But I’m not the only one
Did you say you don’t like that?
Then it’s the gulag for you, son!

John Lennon owned multiple palatial mansions in England and the U.S.A.

A few opinions from the comment section:

“Love how John Lennon plays on his white Steinway piano inside his Georgian country house in an estate of 72 acres. Then he tries to imagine that there is no possession.”

“I was born in USSR. This song is actually not a parody. I wish western world will never see what Soviet hell was like.”

“A year later… We are closer to this – aided and abetted by the richest people on the planet.. In fact so close that your song brought tears to this old man’s eyes.”

“This song is a gem! Thank you! The real communism has been tried once. It lasted about 50 years. I’m from Albania. I was just a little girl when the Psychotic Communist dictator finally died. He separated the country from the Soviet Union because they didn’t have the real communism (the country was getting some support from Soviet Union). He later separated the country from China because China wasn’t tough enough as a communist country (imagine that). We lost their aid also.

“The country was the only perfect communist country in the world, according to him.” Totally isolated, a total nightmare of starvation and poverty. In 1990 the country opened and was poorer than ever, the third poorest country in the whole world.

During the communist time(I was 5 years old) I remember that my mom would wake me up at 2 in the morning to bring me in front of the bread store. I would sleep there until 7 when a truck with bread would come to bring bread. Of course the bread was not enough. Sometimes even though I have lined up the whole night, I would return home crying without bread.

There you have it an example of : “The Perfect Communism!” Thank you to ‘The Babylon Bee’ for injecting into the mesmerised masses a little bit of stark reality, literally a stunning rendition.

Marxist Zuma and Maoist Mugabe in contrast to Christian Ian Smith an unpaid elected politician who served his country as a soldier and as a leader.

“As a Zimbabwean who now lives in England, I lived through this. I know what it’s like living without bread! On the odd occasion there was bread, the queues (lines for the Americans) were so long and you could buy one loaf or roll per person). We also had shortages of petrol, again on the occasions when some was imported, we sometimes queued in our cars for two days to get fuel. Electricity became almost non existent. Some days we are lucky to get an hour or two, sometimes it’s a week without any. Most people own generators to have power but those require fuel to run so it’s a catch 22. Water became a scarcity too. Shops were empty and our money was worthless. Our highest note at the time was $100 trillion Zim dollars.

It was heartbreaking to see my country fall. Once upon a time we were the most prosperous country in Africa and now we are the poorest. I and my family are some of the lucky ones who live in the safety and security of the West now. I wish I could send some of these socialist twits from the U.K. and the U.S over there to learn a lesson. They wouldn’t survive a day.”  

Via Babylon Bee

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