‘Inequality is essential’: Boris Johnson says crank up the cruelty in order to compete effectively

Boris Johnson: All smiles and ‘thumbs up’ now – but if he gets back into 10 Downing Street he has promised to crank up the cruelty against ordinary people like you.

This nasty piece of … work … thinks he’s going to be your next prime minister.

This speech, published by the excellent Rachael Swindon, shows Boris Johnson explaining why he should never be put in charge of a national government.

He would increase inequality – increase the cruelty against people of low intelligence or who lack the means to improve their situation – partly to spur a “spirit of envy” that he thinks is necessary for progress but in fact is more likely to increase crime and partly to give rich people a smug feeling of value if they give charity to the poor souls they have ground beneath their jewelled heels.

The clip cuts off before he finishes speaking but by the time you get to that point, you’ll probably have had enough:

‘Steel Snowflake’, below, draws the proper conclusion:

That’s right, isn’t it.

We see from this clip – that Mr Johnson never wanted you to view – that he has no intention at all of relieving the plight of the poor and vulnerable; in fact he will make it worse.

Bear in mind that this is not hearsay or propaganda. Play the clip again and you can hear it from Mr Johnson’s own mouth.

If you don’t want this evil creature to ruin your life for you, there’s only one choice: Vote Labour on December 12.

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8 thoughts on “‘Inequality is essential’: Boris Johnson says crank up the cruelty in order to compete effectively

  1. trev

    “inequality is essential” – That statement epitomizes Tory ideology. That is why they have no remorse, no regrets, no empathy, no pity, for those less fortunate than themselves. It is the ideology of psychopaths.

  2. Averil Wood

    I THINK THE PRESSURE OF THE LAST FEW WEEKS IS UN-BALANCING THIS UNREAL SPECIMEN OF HUMANITY. IT MUST BE ABSOLUTELY DEVASTATING FOR HIS POOR FAMILY.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      I’m sure they can bear the burden. It’s all the genuinely poor families of the UK who deserve sympathy.

      1. Averil A Wood

        The genuinely poor people are always in my thoughts,I can’t bear to think of the anguish they must feel every time there’s an announcement that they are being attacked again. His behaviour bears a resemblance to psychopaths, so I wonder if Johnson may be found not fit to govern – There are so many people who woud be affected if he is ill.

      2. trev

        It is entirely possible to be a Psychopath without being ill, it’s a type of Personality Disorder, quite different from something like Schizophrenia for example, which is a form of mental illness. Many Psychopaths do well in Business.

  3. Ian Kelly

    It really is a sad state of affairs when this man would be better in no 10 then Labour. If Boris grew a pair of horns and changed his name to Satan, he’d still be better than Corbyn.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      That’s a warped philosophy. Jeremy Corbyn is a hugely-principled leader whereas Boris Johnson is a power-hungry liar.

    2. trev

      Ian, what makes you think that Boris Johnson would be preferable to have in number 10 ? Is there anything, anything at all, that makes him a good choice for PM?

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