|2 And when the masses had got it in the neck enough times from the bourgeoisie,
3 aThey would finally learn their lesson,
4 bAnd rise up against the bourgeoisie,
5 cAnd take all the capital away from them,
6 Which is called the dImperative of the Masses,
7 And always leads to a eDictatorship of the Proletariat,
8 fWhatever that is,
9 So that everything could be done for the greatest good,
10 From each according to his abilities,
11 To each according to his needs,
12 gOr words to that effect.
CHAPTER 41 Things would become pretty great when the hDictatorship of the Proletariat arrived,
2 Because then the rich wouldn't keep getting richer at the expense of the masses,
3 iBecause the masses would be in charge,
4 jAnd would share everything equally with everybody,
5 Because if there isn't any kGod to sit around judging everybody,
6 And there aren't any lrich people to lord it over everybody,
7 mThen everybody's basically the same,
8 nNo better and no worse than anybody else,
9 oAnd just as entitled to a roof over their head as anyone,
10 pAs long as they don't try to own any property.
||CHAPTER 51 But when Carl said all these things at Hyde Park corner,
2 A lot of people laughed,
3 And said, "Carl, old man, you're crazy as a bedbug.
4 "Get out of here and go home."
5 And so he did.
CHAPTER 61 And it so happened that when Carl went home,
2 He decided to take a qnap,
3 And thereupon lay down,
4 And almost squashed a rbedbug,
5 Which yelled pretty loudly,
6 And got Carl's attention,
7 Saying, "Don't give up, old man.
8 "If you're crazy as a bedbug, that's okay,
9 "Because I'm a bedbug, and I'm not crazy.
10 "In fact, the whole world will come to believe that you're important,
11 "And a lot of them will come to believe that you were right.
12 "Let me tell you about it."
CHAPTER 71 sThe industrial revolution (said the bedbug) will keep on going for many years,
2 tAnd the rich will keep getting richer,
3 uAnd the poor will keep getting poorer,
4 Especially in rural nations where there isn't any industrial revolution going on,
5 And the industrial nations will start a giant vwar,
6 wTo see who gets to keep most of the capital,