Some group of greenies taught Koko, the famous sign-language speaking gorilla, a script for climate change screed, urging humanity to stop destroying the planet.
In the 60-second video, the 44-year-old great ape, which has been learning sign language since she was one, said: ‘I am gorilla, I am flowers, animals. I am Nature. Koko love man. Earth Koko love.I swear I'm not making this up.
‘But man stupid… stupid! Koko sorry, Koko cry. Time hurry. Fix Earth! Help Earth! Hurry! Protect Earth. Nature watches you. Thank you.’
But this advertisement is clearly too much, too far. Does an ape have the capability for abstract ideas like planet? Ideas like Nature, Man as a species, and Earth? I'd really, strongly suggest no. Judging by the answers Mark Dice gets in his YouTube video surveys, I'd put down a small bet that many college freshman don't have these concepts, either, and the best I've heard is that Koko has the intellect of a child under 10. (For those who don't recall the name, Mark is the guy who asks things like "should Hillary lower the standard of living for everyone?", "should Obama nuke North Korea?", and "should we confiscate all guns, including the police guns?" - for just a few).
According the article, the message was scripted by a group called NOE Conservation, based in France. If any one believes that Koko the gorilla really said this on her own, they got one thing right, though: man is stupid! In particular, a man who buys that crap.