Saturday 10 August 2019


Anonymous 11 September 2019 at 03:06 writes:

Trump’s ambassador to the UK, Woody Johnson, has already said the NHS must be on the table in negotiations over a future US-UK trade deal. 

In theory, Britain could insist it is not discussed, just as it could refuse to lower food safety and animal welfare standards. 

In practice, Johnson, who never lets anyone forget he studied classics at Oxford, will surely know Thucydides’ line that in international relations, “the strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must”. "

"Only a year ago, on 13 September 2018, Johnson was in Washington DC as the honoured guest of the American Enterprise Institute to collect the Irving Kristol Award, named after the founder of neo-conservatism."

The award ceremony was sponsored by Aetna, an American private health insurer that manages 5,700 hospitals. Alongside Aetna’s representatives were co-sponsors from Gilead Sciences and fellow drugs giant GlaxoSmithKline.

Other backers included accountants KPMG, which advised the UK government on the private finance initiative, and Grant Thornton, which only this May was enthusing about an “improved outlook for investors focused on healthcare real estate”. 

(Altria Client Services, which is part of the conglomerate that controls tobacco company Philip Morris, also sponsored the Johnson shindig. Admittedly, Philip Morris is not in the private health market, but it does its bit by providing customers for the cancer wards.)

Boris Johnson.

Boris Johnson  writes for the UK's Daily Telegraph.

"When it came to the crunch of the 2016 referendum, he wavered."

Johnson drafted a column supporting Remain.

He admitted to the Financial Times in 2013 that he was not sure if he would vote for Brexit.


Boris Johnson and the wife of David Cameron.

"Marina Wheeler QC stood by her husband Boris Johnson.

"She put up with his public affair with Petronella Wyatt, an employee of the magazine her husband then edited.

"And she managed to stomach his many other mistresses, including Helen Macintyre with whom he has a daughter...

"On Boris’s arm as he heads towards the winners’ enclosure, is his new girlfriend, 31-year-old Carrie Symonds."

Is Carrie Symonds descended from Downing Street?

Boris Johnson (above) is descended from a rabbi.

Above we see Boris Johnson and a boy.

Anonymous comments:

1. Boris Johnson 'insulted the families of the 7/7 London Tube bombing victims in a four-letter rant.

'Boris Johnson said "fuck the families"'

Boris Johnson 'ranted f*** the families during 7/7 bombing victims insult'

2. Boris Johnson has called black people "picaninnies".

Boris Johnson once referred to Africa's ...

3. Boris Johnson said: "If gay marriage was OK – and I was uncertain on the issue – then I saw no reason in principle why a union should not be consecrated between three men, as well as two men, or indeed three men and a dog."

Boris Johnson: let same-sex couples enjoy the 'happy state' of marriage...

Boris Johnson and his boss Lord Jacob Rothschild?

4. Boris Johnson targets child abuse victims for crude insult.

 "Money spent investigating historic sex abuse is wasted ('spaffed up the wall')"

Boris Johnson accused of 'an affront to victims' -

5. Boris Johnson targets Muslim women for mockery

All this Islamophobic bigot Boris Johnson deserves is to be forgotten ...

6. Boris Johnson agrees to be part of a plan to have someone physically assaulted

"[Interviewer Eddie Mair] put it to [Boris Johnson] that making up quotes, lying to a party leader and agreeing to be part of a plan to get someone physically assaulted suggested he was a 'nasty piece of work'"

Boris Johnson: a 'nasty piece of work' ...

Anonymous 12 June 2019 at 13:45 writes:

Boris Johnson's maternal great-grandfather "was a rabbi from Lithuania".

"Johnson also has a connection to one of Britain's leading Jewish families: his father's second wife, Jenny, is the stepdaughter of Edward Sieff, the philanthropist and former chairman of retail giant Marks & Spencer ...

"It was ... thanks to the Sieff family's connections to Kibbutz Kfar Hanassi that Johnson and his sister spent a summer in Israel while he was studying at Oxford University ...

On Johnson's watch as foreign secretary "Britain began to take a more robust stance against Israel's international critics, with the foreign secretary lashing the 'preposterous' and 'absurd' focus of the UN Human Rights Council on the Jewish state ..."

Boris Johnson, who would like to become the UK's Prime MinisterBoris dropped his pants

Boris Johnson's father, Stanley, worked for MI6.

Boris Johnson, when he was UK Foreign Secretary, was in charge of MI6.

Boris Johnson's mother, Charlotte, was in and out of hospital, suffering from severe mental illness.

Boris (left), Nanny (centre), Stanley Johnson (right)

Boris was brought up by a nanny, who liked to take a bath with Boris.

Boris (back) 


According to the Daily Mail, in June 2013:

The UK's Conservative Prime Minister, David Cameron, was rocked by a secret love affair.

1. The lovers are "middle-aged figures."

2. The affair "has potentially significant political implications for Cameron".

3. The affair "does not involve anyone serving in the Cabinet."

Read more: http://www.dailymail.

Boris Johnson.

Boris Johnson's father Stanley worked for MI6 

What about Boris?

Boris Johnson was editor of The Spectator, which reportedly is full of spies. 

(Editor 'provided cover for spies' Media The Guardian)

Boris's mother is Charlotte Johnson Wahl (née Fawcett).[5] 

Charlotte had a nervous breakdown as a result of Stanley's repeated infidelities; she was hospitalised with clinical depression. 

While she was being treated, in September 1975, Boris and his siblings were sent to a preparatory boarding school, Ashdown House in East Sussex.[41] 

Boris Johnson has 'sympathy'.

Boris Johnson was born in 1964 at a hospital on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City.[2] 

His birth was registered with both the US authorities and the city's British Consulate, and he was granted both American and British citizenship.[3]

Petronella Wyatt (centre), aged 18, on holiday in Italy with, from left, father Woodrow Wyatt, mother Verushka Wyatt, Rosemary Lamont, and her then husband Norman Lamont, the former Tory government minister.

In March 2013, in the Daily Mail, Boris Johnson's friend Petronella Wyatt wrote "the outrageous confessions of an upper-class Lolita."


In 2004 British newspapers reported that Petronella Wyatt had had a four-year affair with then-Conservative MP Boris Johnson[1]

David Cameron.

"In the very early days of the referendum campaign, Boris Johnson and another leading Brexiter, former Tory leader, Michael Howard, both stated that a Brexit vote was a way of forcing Europe to make better terms with Britain."


In February 2016, Boris Johnson said: "There is only one way to get the change we need - and that is to vote to go; because all EU history shows that they only really listen to a population when it says No."

Theresa May (centre) with her parents.

Theresa May beats Boris Johnson in poll for next Prime Minister.

At Western Wall, Boris Johnson affirms his Jewish ancestry . .

Boris Johnson was educated at the European School of BrusselsAshdown House School, and Eton College.

Johnson has dual citizenship in both the United Kingdom and the United States, since he was born in New York City.

In 2009 Johnson fathered a daughter with Helen MacIntyre, an arts consultant.

Her existence was the subject of legal action in 2013 with the Court of Appeal quashing an injunction seeking to ban reporting of her existence; the judge ruled that the public had a right to know about Johnson's "reckless" behaviour.[386][387][388]

Conservative Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Danielle Fleet

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At 16 June 2019 at 09:35 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 16 June 2019 at 10:03 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dangerous clown indeed

At 16 June 2019 at 10:11 , Blogger James R said...

Corrupt and incompetent but a gifted con artist.
I enjoy the story of the bridge that was never built. The "privately sponsored gift to the city" that magically cost the public 60 million pounds.
"Launched as a privately sponsored gift to the city, Joanna Lumley’s “tiara for the Thames” had soon gobbled up £60m of public cash and the promise of an extra £3.5m a year for evermore. It was quickly revealed to be more a corporate events space than public crossing, a planted branding opportunity just 200 metres from an existing bridge, where groups would have to register and visitors would be tracked via their mobile phones. It was relentlessly exposed to be the product of the “chumocracy”, flouting all the usual rules of procurement. The miracle is that it ever got so far, and that so much public money has already been flushed into the Thames."

"The blame lies firmly with former mayor Boris Johnson, the one actor in this sorry saga who refused to comply with Margaret Hodge’s recent inquiry into the project. Her investigation found multiple failings from the start, from the Garden Bridge Trust’s shaky business case (which put a lot of faith in the lucrative potential of selling T-shirts and pens), to a tendering process that was “not open, fair or competitive”, to confusion as to what the project was even for, concluding that the bridge should be scrapped before it burned through any more cash. And it all comes back to Boris."
"A failed plan to build a bridge covered with trees and flowers over the River Thames in central London cost a total of £53m, it has been revealed.
A Transport for London (TfL) inquiry showed the Garden Bridge Trust spent £161,000 on a website and £417,000 on a gala for the abandoned project.
The design of the bridge cost more than £9m and the charity paid its executives £1.7m.
Around £43m came from the public's pocket, TfL added.
Doubts began to surround the project, overseen by Boris Johnson, after it lost the support of London Mayor Sadiq Khan in April 2017.
It was officially abandoned in August of that year after a review recommended it be scrapped."

At 16 June 2019 at 15:14 , Blogger SIDVICIOUS1977 said...

At 16 June 2019 at 16:14 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Michael Gove's 'diamond'/'rhombus' hand gesture on TV yesterday - cartel signalling from the Tory whom the Jewish Chronicle has praised as "the most ardent Zionist in the government"?

At 18 June 2019 at 15:40 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Johnson is plainly a puppet of the Americans. His love life and likely drug-taking give them control.

At 24 June 2019 at 23:44 , Blogger misterwebb said...

The couple who recorded Boris' row are Jewish and had a Jewish wedding. Eve (real name Rebecca) Leigh is the daughter of composer Mitch Leigh (born Irwin Michnick) and painter Abby Leigh. They have a building named after them at Yale. Eve's most recent play is based on the Jewish mourning ritual of "sitting shiva". Penn is a Lithuanian Jewish name, c.f. Sean Penn, his father Leo Penn and brothers Michael and Chris, Alexander Penn the Israeli poet, Irving Penn the photographer ...

At 16 July 2019 at 18:56 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Many in Brussels believe [Boris Johnson] is capable of any move, even backtracking and shelving Brexit if he thinks it could be turned to his personal advantage. After all, before becoming one of the leading lights in the leave campaign, he was for a long time against the idea of the UK leaving the EU ..."

- Jean Quatremer is Brussels correspondent of Libération

At 17 July 2019 at 07:36 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

According to Popbitch which has its ear to the ground on celebrity shenanigans, they have another take on the Boris / Carrie tiff ...

Chatter among the media set is that the "lovers' tiff" with Carrie was sparked by a rather long lunch that Boris had at the Belgravia restaurant with another young lady of his acquaintance. One that went so well, it ended up spilling over into the evening.

Though Olivocarne closes between lunch and dinner service, staff allowed Boris and his ladyfriend to stick around after hours to enjoy the peace and quiet. Once they were left alone in the empty restaurant and staff went back of house to prepare for evening service, the two lovebirds supposedly chose to share one final, rather meaty course on one of the banquettes there...

At 17 July 2019 at 10:21 , Blogger Anon said...


17 July 2019 at 09:42

Boris Johnson's support for EU revealed in Leon Brittan letter -

"Boris Johnson revealed his support for the European Union’s single market in 'a pro-European' letter written the year before he decided to campaign for leave, it has emerged.

"The likely prime minister's pro-EU market sympathies were said to be revealed in A LETTER OF CONDOLENCE to THE WIFE OF ... SIR LEON BRITTAN, who died in January 2015 ...

"HIS LETTER OF TRIBUTE TO BRITTAN was read aloud at a memorial service in May 2015, attended by political grandees including Ken Clarke and Nick Clegg. BRITTAN WAS ONE OF THE UK'S EUROPEAN COMMISSIONERS AT THE TIME JOHNSON WORKED FOR THE DAILY TELEGRAPH IN BRUSSELS ...

"'It came across as a very pro-Leon Brittan letter ...' [said Peter Guilford, a former spokesman for Brittan who knew both men well].

"According to one account of the funeral in the Oldie magazine ...


"... Ideologically he [Boris Johnson] was as pro-European as they come,' said Guilford ...

At 17 July 2019 at 22:22 , Blogger Anon said...


17 July 2019 at 13:27

Harold Macmillan 'secretly met with Father of Europe to facilitate UK's entry'

"... In a 2015 report for the Daily Telegraph, [Ukip founder Alan Sked] argued that former Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and his successor Edward Heath adopted strategies of deliberate deception to get Britain to join the European club.

"Mr Sked wrote that Mr Macmillan and his closest advisers 'were part of an intellectual tradition that saw the salvation of the world in some form of world government based on regional federations'.

"The Professor at London School of Economics explained: '[Macmillan] was also a close acquaintance of Jean Monnet, who believed the same.

"'It was therefore him who became the representative of the European federalist movement in the British cabinet.'

"In the late Fifties, Mr Sked wrote, Mr Macmillan took the risk of submitting a full British membership application after secretly meeting with French statesman Jean Monnet, one of the founding fathers of the EEC – the precursor to the EU.

"Mr Sked noted: 'Monnet met secretly with Heath and Macmillan on innumerable occasions to facilitate British entry ...'

"It was Mr Macmillan's successor, Edward Heath who successfully negotiated the UK's entry with French President Georges Pompidou and took Britain into the EEC on January 1, 1973 ...

"In complete contrast with Mr Heath's claims, civil servants suggested that if the plan was fully implemented, member states would have ended up with less autonomy than US states as the EEC's aim was to become a political union.

"The assessment said: 'At the ultimate stage, economic sovereignty would to all intents and purposes disappear at the national level and the Community would itself be the master of overall economic policy.

"'The degree of freedom which would then be vested in national governments might indeed be somewhat less than the autonomy enjoyed by the constituent states of the USA.'"


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