The enemy


I am more than the combined armies of the world.

I have destroyed more men, women and children

Than all the wars of all nations.

I massacre thousands of people every year.

I am more deadly than bullets,

And I have wrecked more homes than the mightiest guns.

In the united states alone.

I steal billions of dollars every year.

I spare no one and I find my victims among the rich and the poor alike,

The young and the old, the strong and the weak,

Widows know me to their everlasting sorrow.

I loom up in such proportions that I cast my shadow

Over every field of labour.

I lurk in unseen places and do most of my work silently.

You are warned against me.

Yet you heed me not.

I am relentless, merciless and cruel

I am everywhere, in t5he home, in the factory

In the schools, on land, in the air and on the sea.

I bring sickness degradation and death. Yet few seek

Me out to destroy me.

I crush, I maim i devastate…

I will give you nothing and rob you of all you have….i am your worst enemy.