Ask a silly question, BBC, like ‘has Boris Johnson got what it takes?’ and you’ll get this

Last Updated: October 29, 2021By Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Big fat hypocrite: remember when Boris Johnson took a plane from London to Cornwall for the G7 summit, talking about creating a “greener” world after causing five times as much pollution as if he had just taken the train?

We’re already calling this year’s big climate change summit COPOUT 26 – and with good reason, what with it being hosted by the UK under Boris Johnson.

Nobody expects the worst British leader since King John to negotiate any deal worth having.

So when the BBC asked whether he had what it takes to achieve it, the answers were – well, see for yourself:

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One Comment

  1. Julia October 30, 2021 at 9:11 am - Reply

    It never ceases to amaze me how people can be surprised at anything this excuse for a human being does or doesn’t do. It was apparent to all (well obviously not all, but that part of the population with at least half a brain – which is in itself a scary thought but won’t go down that road now) well before 2016 and certainly well before 2019 what Alexander Boris de Pfeffle Johnson is, and no, whatever the question he hasn’t got what it takes.

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