This week Captain Kirk headed back into space, at the young age of 90.  Seriously, has anyone seen a more lucid 90 year old than William Shatner?  Anyway, Shatner spent 10 minutes up there, then landed and relayed the experience to his many (many) fans.

However, someone took umbrage with Kirk’s voyage; a parasite extraordinaire based in the United Kingdom, ‘Prince’ William, who said: ‘It really is quite crucial to be focusing on this [planet] rather than giving up and heading out into space to try and think of solutions for the future,’ adding that he has ‘absolutely no interest’ in going to space, and questioning the carbon cost of space flights.

Today, Kirk responded:

‘He’s a lovely Englishman. He’s going to be king of England one day,’ Shatner told of the Duke of Cambridge. ‘He’s a lovely, gentle, educated man, but he’s got the wrong idea.’

Kirk is wrong however.  It’s not that this parasite has the wrong idea, it’s that it is deceitful and pushing an agenda.  It may even be jealous.  You have to marvel at the colossal hypocrisy.  ‘Prince’ William virtue signals, while forcibly living a life of opulence off the sweat of the British taxpayer.  His net worth is 40 million, taken from taxpayers.   40 million!  Can you believe it! Not funding this parasite’s life of excess in the UK is an illegal act, if you’re working.

At least Shatner earned some money when people genuinely liked him as an entertainer, thus paid tickets out of their own free will to see his performances.

In addition, leave it to the parasite to push the carbon tax scam.  In the EU alone, the commoners are now expected to fund a tax hike of over 500 billion (!), because proven liars have told us that we’ve wrecked the ether, therefore we have to pay them money to fix it.

Kirk was too nice to the parasite.  He should’ve flown to England and headbutted him.