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Friday, 26 June 2015

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Sh*t! No one told me those gorillas were faked!

Washington - The President of the United Snakes of America and a Brit Reality TV con artist famous for faking the Beeb's wildlife documentaries have appeared in a televised White House junk science rant.

Barack Obama and ageing UK naturalist (sic) David Attenborough have taken to the airways to promote their global warming fantasies in a 60 minute interview to be broadcast Sunday.

The mutually sycophantic rap lambasts the evils of human carbon monoxide - er, dioxide! - emissions that have warmed the planet to unbearable degrees and toppled the sun as Earth's widely suspected top heat provider.

"It's something that's really impressed my girls Malia and Sasha," the President commented, "no way would they ever dispute, for example, the science around climate change."

No one is quite sure why ageing octogenarian Brit eco-comic Attenborough was chosen for what's been billed as a White House PR coup given his record of faking wildlife documentaries.

Dubbed the Godfather of Natural Hystery TV a roll call published last year of some of Attenborough's worst howlers includes:

  • Using dirty old men in gorilla suits posing as endangered African Silverbacks
  • The staging of a stuffed toy lion in a Rwandan game reverve
  • A 'live panda birth' that turned out to be a badly painted Grizzly having a shit


Commenting on the upcoming broadcast a spokesperson for the Global Climate Change Bowel Movement said, "The show's a f**king masterpiece."

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