How is Boris Johnson going to save the planet when he can’t even talk sense to kids?

Boris Johnson as he must have appeared to those kids: that’s right – This Site doesn’t have any pictures of him near children (thankfully).

On the eve of the crucial COP26 climate summit, Boris Johnson held a press conference about it for young children – and showed that they are more mature than he is.

This creates problems for the world, because he and his UK Tory government are hosting the event.

At one point, he actually suggested that we should “redress the balance” (what balance?) by feeding human beings to animals:

Here are just a few of his other comments, according to The Mirror:

The tweet below sums up the general feeling about his performance:

With his government in charge of COP26, we’ll all be out of our depth soon enough – as the sea level rises.

Perhaps Johnson is hoping the sewage-laden tide will cover his shame.

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3 thoughts on “How is Boris Johnson going to save the planet when he can’t even talk sense to kids?

  1. terry scales

    Boris Johnson does not want to repeat the mistake of his hero Churchill in 1945 ……by continuing austerity…..This budget will start to create a new Beveridge Plan….following the financial model of the new Modern Monetary Theory being adopted by Biden and the USA .
    The Tories will be the architects…….

    How does Labour respond…….?

    Terry Scales

    Mumbles Branch Labour Party
    Guardian
    1945-51: Labour and the creation of the welfare state
    From the shock victory of Labour at the 1945 general election, to the founding of the promised welfare state, Derek Brown trawls the archives and presents a potted history of the immediate postwar years.
    Derek Brown
    Wed 14 Mar 2001 15.30 GMT

    Introduction

    The outcome of the 1945 election was more than a sensation. It was a political earthquake.

    Less than 12 weeks earlier, Winston Churchill had announced the unconditional surrender of Nazi Germany. Churchill wanted his wartime coalition to continue until Japan too had been defeated, but was not unduly dismayed when his Labour ministers insisted that the country be offered a choice. The prime minister called the election for early July, confident that the British people would back the greatest hero of the hour. Of all Churchill’s colossal misjudgments, that was probably the most egregious.

    The voters wanted an end to wartime austerity, and no return to prewar economic depression. They wanted change. Three years earlier, in the darkest days of the war, they had been offered a tantalising glimpse of how things could be in the bright dawn of victory. The economist William Beveridge had synthesised the bravest visions of all important government departments into a single breathtaking view of the future.

  2. trev

    He’s trying to give the impression of being Green but reality is that Boris doesn’t care about the environment and thinks it’s all a big joke.

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