Harold Macdonald's Muse


Holocaust Inside Out






Holocaust Poetry



Harold Macdonald

Finally, Iím getting bored with griefs of holocaust

and Shindlerís List; inwardly I have moved on.

Compassion, drained elsewhere, is done and gone.

The modern Jew armed to the teeth, is making up the cost,


has learned the arts of  thuggery and death.

Preemptive strikes - the tactic meets the test

(rather like oppressor, the oppressed).

But God is not expendable, the prophet saith.


Justice takes a holiday in Gaza

No freedom in the homes of Palestine

On missiles blowing up, the children dine

Learn not peace but suicidal Intifada


Jesus may have died in holocaust in World War Two,

But now is He a Muslim murdered by a Jew?