Boris ‘let the bodies pile high in their thousands’ Johnson says he’s outraged over Ukraine

‘Let the bodies pile high’: we still don’t know whether Boris Johnson actually said it but we know that he agrees with the sentiment because, in the UK, due to Covid-19, the bodies have. Now he is attacking another world leader for causing similar carnage. Hypocrisy?

Are you finding this as hard to swallow as I am?

According to the BBC, Boris Johnson – the man who allegedly expressed his own comfort with the deaths of thousands of people in the UK – wants you to think he is appalled at the alleged mass deaths of civilians in Ukraine:

Mr Johnson has said the UK “will not stand by whilst this indiscriminate and unforgivable slaughter takes place”.

He added: “We are working to ensure those responsible are held to account. We will not rest until justice is done.”

What is he saying, then?

That it is all right to make decisions that result in the deaths of thousands of people – if those people are fellow citizens of your country – but it’s wrong if they’re foreigners?

Call me picky if you like, but I tend to think that any leader who makes decisions that kill thousands of people (and let’s remember that Boris Johnson absolutely and certainly falls into that category) has failed in their most fundamental duty.

We already knew Johnson was a hypocrite, but this is genocidal hypocrisy.

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One Comment

  1. Hecuba April 5, 2022 at 10:55 am - Reply

    The brazen and arrogant hypocrisy of that fascist dictator duck johnson is astounding. I have not forgotten he is responsible for the deaths of over 180,000 women, children and men because he didn’t care and deliberately put them in danger!

    Little fascist dictator duck johnson is playing us – he claims to care but he only cares about money and enriching his greedy fascist corporate supporters!

    Our fascist dictatorship which claims to be a government is also guilty of crimes – crimes of instigating state sanctioned mass murder of citizens. So little fascist dictator duck johnson can’t condemn Russia when he enacted the same callous and cruel dismissal of over 180,000 women, children and men who should not have died but did because of murderer Johnson!

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