Now simple-minded folk have been distracted by the Donald:
Jon Stewart can't believe his luck:
Bumper stickers are everywhere as the Donald soars in the polls:
But frankly the pond hasn't got into the Donald, or hamster hair jokes, or the rest of it - it's such a spectacular and obvious case of trolling - and in any case there's more important work to be done.
For example, let's admire how the reptiles go about their work apologising for Big Coal (by golly, if only Big Pharma could recognise the business opportunity the reptiles offer):
Yep, here's coal co-existing peacefully with farming and the sweet little hamlet of Bulga in the Hunter Valley:
Oh dear, sorry, there's the pond being emotional again, and even claiming it comes from the north west slopes and plains and mighty Tamworth, once the centre of the known universe, at least until Barners decided to ship all the meat processing jobs to China ...
... when really the pond should be astonished by the charms of the mountains and valleys of the moon, and appalled at the aesthetic hideousness of wind turbine farms.
And coal power is so friendly to climate science too, without any impact whatsoever on geopolitical tensions!
Do go on, siren song singing reptiles, remind us that it's coal, coal, coal for Australian and the worrrld ...
Indeed, indeed, and just to tie it altogether, it's good to have a reminder why the reptiles of Oz no doubt think the Donald is just the right man to be POTUS:
Yep, no geopolitical tensions there, none at all ...