The Truth about Goats
The WikiLeaks founder is rueing his misfortune at not being born into the House of Windsor, but instead being confined for seven years to the ‘House? Let’s say flat. Actually more of a bed-sit of the Ecuadorian Embassy’. Initially imprisoned due to allegations of sexual assault, Mr. Assange has been left wondering when Prince Andrew will be joining him ‘at his mother’s pleasure’.
Meanwhile Prince Andrew has been identified by victims as part of an international sex trafficking ring – and not the good kind. Yet for some reason Andrew seems immune to police scrutiny, whereas Assange seems immune to proper legal representation; hence the poem…
‘The grand old Duke of York, he had 10,000 men,
And allegedly he also had a collection of underage call-girls,
He marched them to the top of the hill,
And then got his lawyers to deny all knowledge of any marching.
Or inappropriate touching of any ‘lady-hills’.’
Said one prison guard: ‘Sadly the public may never know the truth about both men. If only someone existed who could hack into the government files – but unfortunately we’ve got him in solitary confinement in B wing’.