‘Major Corruption’ mocked by Greta Thunberg over ‘bunny hugger’ stupidity

Last Updated: April 23, 2021By Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Too late, Johnson, you’ve already said it: and the prime minister may have cause to regret calling climate activists “bunny huggers” for some time to come.

I wonder how Tim Fenton of Zelo Street, and anyone else who got there first, feel about the BBC lifting this story?

Personally, I wouldn’t mind. The more people who get to see what an absolutely dunderhead Boris Johnson really is, the better.

But for the record, the Zelo Street story was posted at 10.38am, while the BBC’s version dropped a few hours later. It seems clear somebody at the Corporation realised it was newsworthy belatedly, after picking up on that story – or a similar one elsewhere that This Writer hasn’t seen.

The story is a cracker, and Tim broke it wonderfully.

Johnson tried to play the clown at the current climate summit – but fell flat on his globe-sized arse:

It’s vital for all of us to show that this is not all about some expensive, politically correct, green act of … er … of … er … of bunny hugging.

Er, or, er, however you want to put it, I call it bunny hugging, but you know what I’m driving at, friends and colleagues.

“What a complete and utter numpty,” as Zelo Street observed.

Shortly afterward, this appeared on teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg’s Twitter account:

The BBC article hits the same notes but excises all the er-ing from Johnson’s comments.

All of which just goes to show that, if you want to know what’s going on, you should be following social media sites like Zelo Street (and this one) – and that and 18-year-old girl can get the better of Johnson, any time she likes.

Source: Greta Thunberg becomes ‘bunny hugger’ on Twitter – BBC News

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One Comment

  1. Jeffrey Davies April 24, 2021 at 5:45 am - Reply

    They allowed this clown into a sweet shop
    Of tax payers monies no good will come of it

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