Al Gore, climate change, John Key, Lord Monckton, Monty Python, Nick Smith, Russel Norman

The Ballad of Brave Sir Russel

[With apologies to Monty Python and The Holy Grail, and especially Brave Sir Robin.]

Bravely bold Sir Russel
Did love to scam a lot

He was not afraid to lie
O brave Sir Russel!

He was not afraid to claim
We’d be killed in nasty ways

Due to climate change
Brave Sir Russel!

He was not in the least bit scared
To make the children cry
With tales of terrible drought
And polar bears drowned
To exaggerate the threat
For the votes that he could get

And put us deep in debt
Brave Sir Russel!

And then the man he loved to hate
Did challenge him to a debate
To see who’s global view was true
And what did brave Sir Russel do?…

Brave Sir Russel ran away
Bravely ran away, away!
When Monckton reared his ugly head
He bravely turned his tail and fled
Yes, brave Sir Russel turned about
And gallantly he chickened out
Bravely taking to his feet
He beat a very brave retreat
Bravest of the brave, Sir Russel!

NOTE: Sir Russel is really an amalgam of John Key, Nick Smith, Russel Norman, Al Gore and all the courageous climate scammers who insist the science is settled, yet refuse to debate the facts.

The Climate Con is one of 4 Big Cons being perpetrated upon the people of New Zealand — the others being the John Key Con, the Maorification Con, and the Education Con.

I’ll be doing my best to expose them all as clearly as I can.


3 thoughts on “The Ballad of Brave Sir Russel

  1. You disappoint me John. I liken this issue to the abortion debate in American politics. Totally irrelevant to the political well-being of anyone, but having a massively disproportionate bearing on political outcomes relative to the issues that matter.

    Save it till after this year’s election at least. The world should not cool down/ heat up too much this side of the new year..

    For right now, you have much more important work to do, that can actually make a difference.

    Pragmatism John, pragmatism.

    JA: So you worship the Great God Pragma? Sure you’re not John Key?

    The Climate Con is one of the 4 Big Cons, Wedge and one of the world’s eminent climate personalities is in NZ right now.

    Besides, we can’t have people thinking I’m solely obsessed with one of the others, can we? Rest assured, I haven’t finished with that one – not by a long shot.

  2. … 5 big cons. You forgot the biggest ism – indeed THE-ism, or theism.

    JA: Are you talking Islamisation? I didn’t include that, because it’s not yet the big deal here that it is in Europe.

    But that said, Key’s welcoming of burqa-wearers must have sent a strong signal to European Muslims that there are some suckers in the South Pacific that will provide safe haven if things get too hot in Holland, Norway, France, etc.

    I think I saw that Brievik wrote something to that effect too.

  3. Perhaps we can prevent the dreaded climate change by burning witches.

    Or greens- close enough!

    JA: Yes, we could have a green witch mean time (sorry). “Ow do you know she’s a Green?” “Because she’s made of… wood!” (Well, her brain, anyway.)

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