Gerald Grosz is an Austrian politician for the BZÖ (Bündnis Zukunft Österreich, Alliance for the Future of Austria) and the FPÖ (Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs, Austrian Freedom Party). He is also a columnist and vlogger.
In the following video Mr. Grosz has a little fun at the expense of our simian friends and the current wave of media-driven monkeypox (Affenpocken) hysteria.
|00:00||Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooooh — Do you want a banana? —No, no, no — I don’t want any.|
|00:07||The monkeypox is coming. How fitting. In a banana republic,|
|00:10||in which the primates sit on the government bench,|
|00:13||the chancellor imitates a weak-chested howler baboon,|
|00:16||the former chancellor sailed around with monkey ears,|
|00:20||the joke [Witz-vice] chancellor is more reminiscent of a burned-out schnapps gorilla,|
|00:24||and the federal president is the tame hand-monkey of the powerful,|
|00:28||the true apes in the zoo distance themselves from these examples of evolution.|
|00:32||These chimpanzee warts are like a match made in heaven.|
|00:36||Instead of a vaccination pass we get three bananas a week.|
|00:41||Instead of a monkeypox test we stick our fingers in our noses,|
|00:45||in our ears, then in our butts and finally in our mouths.|
|00:48||We spend the quarantine with monkey bread and water.|
|00:51||Verily, verily. The end of mankind is near.|
|00:55||The monkeys are happy. Bon appétit!