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The great cosmic game


WE’RE in the second millennium and the twenty-third year
Up here in Craster we’re in rude health, never fear
The utter madness around us makes me smile every day
Our leaders don’t lead, no one believes what they say
We’ve got climate and covid and Biden’s mad war
And hate between Islam and Israel expands more and more
The doctors are striking, the railways don’t run
Roads full of potholes, heavy rain hides the sun.

The covid inquiry is making smooth lawyers rich
While the truth it’s not looking for lies clear in the ditch
The pandemic is over but excess deaths are rising
If it’s the jab or the lockdown it would not be surprising
The facts seem quite clear but our smart MPs don’t care
Though they hate Andrew Bridgen which does not seem quite fair.

Now Boris and Biden have lost their war in Ukraine
The great pipe-dreams of Nato have gone down the drain
Many thousands have died and puppet Zelensky still rules
Slick reports in the mass media must think we are fools
While the Russians and Chinese will have the last laugh
And BRICS now covers the Earth, much more than by half.

Out in the desert the rich oil sheiks are smiling
For keen climate campaigners the talk is really beguiling
The air conditioning’s running and big private jets flying
For these COP28 wizards getting to Net Zero is trying
In China and India they are burning tons of black coal
Putting carbon back in our air where it plays a key role
In greening our deserts, feeding both plankton and plants
Can we forecast future climate? I don’t think there’s much chance.

Can we manage the weather, survive Klaus Schwab’s Great Reset?
There’ll be strange unforeseen consequences, that much I’ll bet
How many times did our leaders agree to ban war?
Will we never learn lessons from what has gone on before?
Our world is still run by mad elites who have wealth
The profits of Big Pharma depend on the public’s bad health
Elastic money from banks fuels our government debt
Our elections change nothing – more of the same’s what you’ll get.

Amidst muddle and confusion we may wonder what’s next
Is there an optimistic conclusion to this sad tangled text?
I think somewhere up there our Earth has her own plan
Too deep and too clever for self-serving man
Human brains are fantastic, powering the great cosmic game
Big changes are soon coming and life won’t be the same.

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William Sutherland
William Sutherland
William Sutherland is a retired civil servant and management consultant. He is co-author of The New Complete Book of Self-Sufficiency, and runs self-sufficiency courses in Northumberland.

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