| Boris Johnson |
(Politician, Deep state functionary, puppet leader)
|Born||Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson|
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Citizenship||United Kingdom, United States (1964-2016)|
|Alma mater||Balliol College (Oxford)|
|Parents|| • Stanley Johnson|
• Charlotte Fawcett
|Spouse|| • Allegra Mostyn-Owen|
• Marina Wheeler
• Carrie Symonds
|Member of||Bullingdon Club|
|Perpetrator of||Freedom Day, HMS Defender Crimea controversy|
Deep state functionary Bullingdon puppet leader
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson is a UK politician, Bullingdon Club member and deep state functionary. On 24 July 2019, Elizabeth Windsor appointed him UK Prime Minister. She accepted his resignation on 6 September 2022, two days before she died.
On 9 June 2023, Boris Johnson announced he was stepping down as an MP with immediate effect after receiving the Partygate report. In a statement he said:
- "They have still not produced a shred of evidence that I knowingly or recklessly misled the Commons."
- 1 Background
- 2 Character
- 3 October Surprise
- 4 2019 General Election
- 5 Prospective PM
- 6 Bombing Syria
- 7 Opinions
- 8 Opposition
- 9 Events carried out
- 10 A Quote by Boris Johnson
- 11 Appointments by Boris Johnson
- 12 Related Quotation
- 13 Employees on Wikispooks
- 14 Events Participated in
- 15 Related Documents
- 16 References
A dual national born in New York City on 19 June 1964, Boris Johnson renounced his US citizenship in 2016. Boris Johnson is an establishment politician and member of the Bullingdon Club who has been termed "a known liar and bounder".
In March 2018 Craig Murray branded him "A Categorical Liar" after his performance in relation to the Skripal affair. In June 2019, Simon Wren-Lewis described Johnson as "a threat to democracy itself". Julian Kossoff for WhoWhatWhy summarised Boris Johnson as a "charlatan, a liar, and a cheat, bent on a narcissistic leadership that will embarrass the country... a chip off the Trump block."
Murray observed in July 2019 that "between just 28 May and 10 June Boris Johnson received £235,500 in 'private' donations, to himself personally, as he prepares to become the UK’s unelected Prime Minister."
- While the Brexit campaign can be seen as an orgy of opportunism for Boris Johnson, he seems the most likely to succeed in the race for the ‘top prize’. This is how the media have been framing the political debate for months.
- Good luck to him, he will inherit a disunited kingdom, with immigration centre-stage, an ongoing austerity agenda, a pile of debt presided over by George Osborne, and a shambles of international relations not seen since Suez. His party is bitter and divided and he faces a constitutional crisis on two fronts.
- Yesterday Cathal Foley wrote that Brexit could lead to a United Ireland, an Independent Scotland, and a Little England. This morning that looks more likely than ever.
2019 General Election
- Full article: UK/2019 General Election
- Full article: UK/2019 General Election
In the UK/2019 General Election the Conservatives won 365 seats, giving Boris Johnson's government an overall majority of 80 seats. The PM was re-elected as the MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip, after defeating Labour's Ali Milani by 7,210 votes (2,176 more votes than the majority at the UK/2017 General Election).
Boris Johnson was the leading contender to succeed David Cameron as Prime Minister by the time of the Conservative party conference in October 2016. Instead, Theresa May became PM on 13 July 2016 and appointed Boris Johnson to be Foreign Secretary in her new government.
Following May's resignation as Leader of the Conservative Party on 7 June 2019, Boris Johnson and his replacement as Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt were competing to succeed her as Leader and UK/Prime Minister.
On 27 April 2017, Boris Johnson told BBC Radio 4's Today Programme that Britain's RAF would be prepared to launch military strikes against Syria in breach of international law and without parliamentary approval, if asked to do so by Donald Trump:
- “If the Americans were once again forced by the actions of the Assad regime ... and they asked us to help, it would be very difficult to say ‘no,” Boris said.
- "The United States has identified potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack by the Assad regime that would likely result in the mass murder of civilians, including innocent children. The activities are similar to preparations the regime made before its April 4, 2017 chemical weapons attack.
- "As we have previously stated, the United States is in Syria to eliminate the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. If, however, Mr Assad conducts another mass murder attack using chemical weapons, he and his military will pay a heavy price."
- "Any further attacks done to the people of Syria will be blamed on Assad, but also on Russia & Iran who support him killing his own people."
- “We heard about this statement. We don’t know what it’s based on. And, of course, we strongly disagree with the wording ‘another attack,’ because, as you know, despite all the demands of the Russian side, there was no independent international investigation of the previous tragedy with the use of chemical weapons. We do not believe it is possible to rest the responsibility on the Syrian armed forces.
- “Without carrying out an investigation it is impossible, illegitimate and absolutely wrong, in regards to achieving the final goals on Syrian reconciliation, to put the blame on Assad. Of course, we consider unacceptable any such threats to the legitimate government of the Syrian Arab Republic,” Peskov stated.
In 2007, Johnson wrote an essay on overpopulation, stating "It is time we had a grown-up discussion about the optimum quantity of human beings in this country and on this planet". Other quotes from the article:
“Global over-population is the real issue [...] The UN last year revised its forecasts upwards, predicting that there will be 9.2 billion people by 2050, and I simply cannot understand why no one discusses this impending calamity, and why no world statesmen have the guts to treat the issue with the seriousness it deserves.”
Boris Johnson (25 October 2007) 
“As for motherhood – the fertility of the human race – we are getting to the point where you simply can’t discuss it, and we are thereby refusing to say anything sensible about the biggest single challenge facing the Earth”
Boris Johnson (25 October 2007) 
“How the hell can we witter on about tackling global warming, and reducing consumption, when we are continuing to add so relentlessly to the number of consumers? The answer is politics, and political cowardice.”
Boris Johnson (25 October 2007) 
Jews Against Boris
On 17 November 2019, thirty activists from campaign group Jews Against Boris went door-knocking for Labour PPC Ali Milani in Johnson’s west London seat of Uxbridge and South Ruislip. In the UK/2017 General Election, Johnson saw his Conservative majority halved.
Events carried out
|Freedom Day||19 July 2021 was supposed to be the end of COVID restrictions in England; instead the introduction of vaccine passports was announced.|
|HMS Defender Crimea controversy||A diplomatic military controversy between Russia and the UK|
A Quote by Boris Johnson
|Afghanistan/2021 withdrawal||“What I want to assure people is that our political and diplomatic efforts to find a solution for Afghanistan, working with the Taliban, of course if necessary, will go on.”||20 August 2021||Russia Today|
Appointments by Boris Johnson
|"Vaccine passport"||““We have no plans to introduce them” said the prime minister (Boris Johnson) when talking about so-called vaccine passports. “I certainly am not planning to issue any vaccine passports and I don't know anyone else in government who would”, said Michael Gove and “no one has been given or will be required to have a vaccine passport” said the man himself, the vaccine's minister Nadhim Zahawi. Now in a slope slipperier than the ones Eddie the Eagle used to chuck himself off, it seems the government have changed their mind. First it was talk of nightclubs or sports events, and now the government is I quote “not ruling out making students be fully vaccinated to attend lectures”.... I guarantee you this is not where it ends.”||Michelle Dewberry||26 July 2021|
Employees on Wikispooks
|Lee Cain||Chief Of Staff||July 2018||May 2019|
|Samantha Jones||Expert Adviser on NHS transformation and Social Care||April 2021|
Events Participated in
|Munich Security Conference/2022||18 February 2022||20 February 2022||Germany|
|WEF/Annual Meeting/2009||23 January 2009||27 January 2009||World Economic Forum|
|Chairman Klaus Schwab outlined five objectives driving the Forum’s efforts to shape the global agenda, including letting the banks that caused the 2008 economic crisis keep writing the rules, the climate change agenda, over-national government structures, taking control over businesses with the stakeholder agenda, and a "new charter for the global economic order".|
|WEF/Annual Meeting/2013||23 January 2013||27 January 2013||Switzerland||2500 mostly unelected leaders met to discuss "leading through adversity"|
|WEF/Annual Meeting/2014||22 January 2014||25 January 2014||World Economic Forum|
|2604 guests in Davos considered "Reshaping The World"|
|Document:A bitter Middle East crisis at the heart of the Conservative Party||Article||6 August 2021||Peter Oborne||This crisis will not - thank goodness - claim lives as the Iraq War did. But it will damage Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has already found himself involved in a series of sleaze investigations, of which this is the most personally dangerous for him.|
|Document:A targeted and evidence-based approach to the COVID-19 policy response (an open letter)||Open letter||21 September 2020||Karol Sikora|
|An open letter to UK PM Boris Johnson from prominent scientists to hinder a new lockdown and change other failed policies|
|Document:Absolute folly for Britain to get involved in Syria||Article||1 March 2018||Leo McKinstry||Tory MP Johnny Mercer, a former soldier, has demanded: “Britain must come to Syria’s aid” and condemned those who oppose “military intervention”.|
|Document:An Unpopular Article||blog post||1 October 2019||Craig Murray||Throwing the kitchen sink of accusations against Boris Johnson obscures with chaff the allegations of real wrongdoing, like directing public funds and assistance to the company of a woman with whom he was in a sexual relationship. That should be investigated.|
|Document:Anatomy of a Scandal: Israel Crucifies Corbyn||Article||14 August 2014||Michael W. Howard||"Tom Watson has it backward: the 'eternal shame and embarrassment' come when Labour, swallowing whatever pride it has left, meekly submits to being harassed and blackmailed by a foreign power and its vulgar propagandists. Jeremy Corbyn, it seems, is gearing up to do just that. Chalk one up for Goebbels."|
|Document:Being anti-war does not make us apologists for 'the enemy' or anyone else||Article||28 February 2022||Lindsey German||I am proud to be an anti-war campaigner and I know there are many like me. I note that anti-war protesters in Russia are being lauded in the British media. I also support them and send them my full solidarity. The irony is that Putin will see them as the enemy within — just as our government (and loyal opposition) treats us.|
|Document:Biden Works to Prolong Ukraine War||blog post||7 June 2022||Craig Murray||"Ukraine is objecting to this plan (for Turkey to clear sea lanes of mines and to police the ships carrying grain) because it objects to the removal of the mines, which I should be clear were put down in the sea lanes by Ukraine to prevent amphibious attack on Odessa."|
|Document:Boris Johnson in Downing Street for five years: what could possibly go wrong?||Article||30 December 2019||John S Warren||All the cards are held by Boris Johnson because he has the answer to all the problems facing Britain. Save, perhaps, one: what could possibly go wrong for the Conservative-Brexit Government?|
|Document:Boris Johnson is Unfit for National Office||blog post||13 December 2021||Clifford Thurlow||Johnson has been astute with the people he has gathered about him in the Cabinet. They are greedy and self-serving. They will never Level Up. They will continue to leech money from the NHS, underfund schools and keep hungry people queuing up outside food banks.|
|Document:Boris Johnson is a threat to democracy itself||Article||18 June 2019||Simon Wren-Lewis||We can only hope that while most Conservative members want to live in a world where there is no spoon, enough voters prefer changing the real world in ways that enhance, rather than diminish, our democracy.|
|Document:Boris Johnson's first two priorities for post-Brexit Britain||Article||1 February 2020||Richard Murphy||Boris Johnson has admitted what Brexit was for. He wants to control and constrain people. The market in labour will be constrained. And let’s not for a moment pretend that a Freeport supports markets: freeports are instead about permitting the free movement of capital beyond the control of the state and without the imposition of any taxes.|
|Document:Brexit is the villain in accidental death of the economy||Wikispooks Page||6 August 2023||William Keegan||The Brexit miscreants who conned the nation just carry on shamelessly, while their replacements, Rishi Sunak and co, take up the banner and Keir Starmer, once a noble remainer, offends his natural followers by ruling out rejoining the EU or even the single market.|
|Document:Brexit reveals Corbyn to be the true moderate||blog post||12 September 2019||Jonathan Cook||It is time to stop acting like zealots for neoliberalism, squabbling over which brand of turbo-charged capitalism we prefer, and face up to our collective responsibility to change our and our children’s future.|
|Document:Britain’s creeping cronyism||Article||1 September 2020||Richard Norton-Taylor||The culture of the Johnson government may be very different from that of Whitehall’s “permanent government”. But the two have one thing in common, lack of accountability and addiction to official secrecy.|
|Document:Council of Europe sides with Julian Assange||Article||Sara Chessa||The attitude of European institutions is changing after years of silence which seemed to authorise or support the US and the United Kingdom’s behaviour in relation to an individual who is apparently deprived of the right to prepare his defence and deprived as well of his right to dignified psychophysical conditions. Now, the Council of Europe has decided to speak up on behalf of Julian Assange.|
|Document:Diplomatic Protection, the case of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe||Article||14 November 2017||Oliver Miles||Perhaps the best thing we could do for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe would be to take a lead in offering assistance following the earthquake in Iran on Sunday|
|Document:Faced with Donbass defeat, US and UK up the ante in Ukraine||Article||8 June 2022||Chris Nineham||Ivan Katchanovski, a Ukrainian professor of political studies at the University of Ottawa, argues: “The US and UK governments show no efforts or desire to achieve peaceful settlement of the armed conflict between Russia and Ukraine.”|
|Document:Former MI6 chief behind faked “evidence” for Iraq war leading anti-China Wuhan lab conspiracy||Article||10 June 2021||Julie Hyland||President Biden's intelligence service order relating to the Wuhan lab leak theory was issued the same day that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's former chief adviser, Dominic Cummings, gave evidence before a parliamentary committee in which he confirmed a government policy to allow tens of thousands to die from Covid-19.|
|Document:Gaslighting The Public: Serial Deceptions By The State-Corporate Media||Article||David Cromwell||Other than the ever-present risk of nuclear war, there is no greater threat to humanity than the climate crisis. And there is no more damning example of gaslighting by state-corporate media when they tell us we can trust governments and corporations to do what is required to avert catastrophe.|
|Document:Hidden Alliance of former WEF Young Global Leaders working in Lockstep||Article||27 January 2022||Nota Akhir Zaman||Just listen to the President of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, himself say the following: “I have to say when I mention names like Mrs Merkel, Vladimir Putin and so on they have all been Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum, but what we’re really proud of now is the young generation like Prime Minister Trudeau, the President of Argentina and so on.|
|Document:How Spin and Lies Fuel a Bloody War of Attrition in Ukraine||Article||13 February 2023||Medea Benjamin|
Nicolas J. S. Davies
|President Eisenhower famously said that only an "alert and knowledgeable citizenry" can "guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. An "alert and knowledgeable citizenry" would surely then demand that our government stop fueling this war and instead support immediate peace negotiations.|
|Document:How to profit from an engineered economic decline and crisis||Article||28 September 2022||Robert Bryson||How do you profit from an engineered economic decline and crisis? Simple really – acquire and give inside information to the hedge funders, who fund your leadership campaign!|
|Document:Interfering with Laura Kuenssberg||blog post||25 November 2019||Craig Murray||It's no coincidence that it is precisely the old and the poorly educated that are the targets of Dominic Cummings’ "Brexit election” strategy. If it comes off, Laura Kuenssberg and her fellow hacks will have proven that the power of the mainstream media is as yet unbroken.|
|Document:It’s Not Socialism. It’s Another Mega Wealth Transfer.||blog post||23 March 2020||Craig Murray||Amid the COVID-19 panic, it has hardly been noticed that Carphone Warehouse went bust, with 2,900 people losing their jobs. Its co-founder, David Ross, is of course the billionaire that Boris Johnson claimed paid for his luxury holiday to Mustique, whereas Ross claimed he only organised it.|
|Document:Killing Diplomacy||Article||15 March 2018||Paul Craig Roberts|
|Sane people will choose politics over war, and sane – that is, competently governed – nations will choose diplomacy over belligerence and confrontation. If we look around in search of such incompetently governed nations, two examples readily present themselves: the United States and the United Kingdom.|
|Document:Let’s Move On From Boris||blog post||28 May 2020||Craig Murray||"Boris Johnson on the Dominic Cummings debacle: 'It is now time to move on… the country wants to move on.' If a politician tells you to 'move on' from a subject, it is a gigantic red flag that you should do precisely the opposite."|
|Document:Lord McDonald's letter of 5 July 2022||Letter||5 July 2022||Simon McDonald||When Lord McDonald took to Twitter at 7:30 this morning, he knew the political firestorm he would create. But, quite simply, he had had enough of Number 10′s obfuscation and downright lies about the Chris Pincher scandal. And he was determined to set the record straight. (Huffington Post)|
|Document:Margaret Thatcher Ruined Britain||blog post||30 December 2021||Clifford Thurlow||Margaret Thatcher ruined Britain with her hard-right policies and the five Conservative prime ministers, since her party knifed her in the back the Tory way, have carelessly kicked over the remains. Each has been worse than the last in descending order – John Major, David Cameron, Theresa May, liar Boris Johnson and finally Liz Truss, a puppet with a wooden heart and personal photographer.|
|Document:Message for the Red Wall||blog post||12 April 2022||Clifford Thurlow||"This is my message for the Red Wall. If you reach a crossroads and your destination is to the left and by mistake you turn right, the further you travel along the wrong road the further you will move away from your destination. It is not easy to turn back, to change your mind. Sometimes, you have to in order to survive."|
|Document:Nadine Dorries resignation letter||Letter||27 August 2023||Nadine Dorries||Nadine Dorries has resigned from her Commons seat with a scathing attack on Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. The Mid Bedfordshire MP's full resignation letter is below in full...|
|Document:No denial from Starmer that he has received ‘beergate’ fixed penalty||Article||1 July 2022||Editor||Labour leader fails to deny reports circulating in party that he has been fined by Durham Constabulary, while police force says only that it has not issued any ‘new statements’ on matter.|
|Document:Parody Britain and the Death of the Fourth Estate||Article||9 December 2021||Mike Small||This is a ruling elite, a governing class that comes from the same strata, shares the same education and is literally inter-married. In this context the idea that such a media can hold the powerful to account is of course laughable. The British media is incestuous and dysfunctional.|
|Document:Pollokshields Shows How To Achieve Independence||blog post||14 May 2021||Craig Murray||Pollokshields showed how the people of Scotland will eventually take their own Independence. The “illegal” way in British law. The Gandhi way. The Mandela way. The people’s way. You cannot impose UK law on the people of Scotland.|
|Document:Project Brexit||Comment||24 June 2017||David||Project Brexit: "Doomed to Failure"|
|Document:Sajid Javid Signs Off £1 Billion Private Health Windfall||Article||14 January 2022||David Hencke||Sajid Javid, the Health and Social Care Secretary, has agreed an ‘insurance policy’ with private providers, in breach of Treasury spending guidelines, reports David Hencke|
|Document:So what actually happened in the Strait of Hormuz on 10th July?||social media post||12 July 2019||Oliver Tickell||The aggressive posturing of US and UK and the moves to militarise the Strait of Hormuz, taken together with US calls for regime change and other threats to the sovereignty of Iran, constitute a breach of UNCLOS Articles 19 and 39 and are thus unlawful.|
|Document:Suffer the little children||Article||12 November 2012||Susie Boniface||Nine years ago the BBC was at the centre of another frenzy when it similarly accused the government of misleading the public. Only then it wasn't child abuse, it was starting a war after publicly stating our enemy could launch chemical weapons within 45 minutes of the order being given.|
|Document:The Brutal Legacy of Bloody Sunday is a Powerful Warning to Those Hoping to Save Brexit||Article||19 March 2019||Patrick Cockburn||What we are seeing is the two most divisive issues in modern British history coming together in a toxic blend: these are Brexit and the Irish question.|
|Document:The Centre Blows Itself Up: Care and Spite in the ‘Brexit Election’||Article||13 January 2020||David Graeber||At the 'Brexit Election' of 2019, the anti-Semitism accusations weakened Labour immensely. But it was the – ultimately successful – campaign by the 'Centrists' to force Jeremy Corbyn to reverse his position on Brexit that really ensured their party’s electoral disaster.|
|Document:The Demonization of Jeremy Corbyn||Article||10 December 2019||Tony McKenna||Notwithstanding, Corbyn was transfigured by a rabid establishment into successive manifestations of the purest evil: he was a terrorist sympathiser; a threat to national security; a communist spy; a misogynist; and, a dyed-in-the-wool anti-Semite.|
|Document:The Dreamings of Dominic Cummings||Article||24 October 2019||James Meek||For Dominic Cummings the whole Brexit crisis may be a venturesome trial with disposable vessels: voters, the Conservative Party, the United Kingdom. If it doesn’t work out, there’s always California, and the rest of the solar system.|
|Document:The EHRC’s report into Labour antisemitism is the real ‘political interference’||blog post||7 November 2020||Jonathan Cook||It is instructive to compare the certainty with which the EHRC treats Councillor Pam Bromley’s ambiguous remarks as irrefutable proof of antisemitism in Labour with its complete disregard for unmistakably antisemitic comments from Boris Johnson, the man actually running the country. That lack of concern is shared, of course, by the establishment media and Jewish leadership organisations.|
|Document:The UK's Macabre Final Election||blog post||11 November 2019||Craig Murray||This election is sordid, tawdry, corrupt and uninspiring; a fitting end for the UK and its long history of callous exploitation.|
|Document:The conspiracy of lies about Corbyn that unites Sunak and Starmer||Article||8 November 2022||Peter Oborne||Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's abuse of his high office to smear Corbyn proves that he means to employ the same deceitful methods as his disgraced predecessor, Boris Johnson.|
|Document:The left’s Trump card - weekly briefing||Article||15 November 2020||Lindsey German||The Populist Right has had a bad week. Dominic Cummings left Downing Street on Friday after his relationship with Boris Johnson, according to reports, ‘fell off a cliff’. Donald Trump may still be refusing to acknowledge his election defeat, but he is on his way out of the US presidency. The Left still has everything to play for.|
|Document:The plot to keep Corbyn out of power||blog post||3 July 2019||Jonathan Cook||The weaponisation of anti-semitism against Corbyn has become so normal that, even while I was writing this post, a new nadir was reached. Jeremy Hunt, the foreign secretary who hopes to defeat Boris Johnson in the upcoming Tory leadership race, as good as accused Corbyn of being a new Hitler, a man who as prime minister might allow Jews to be exterminated, just as occurred in the Nazi death camps.|
|Document:The schools scandal||Article||19 August 2020||Lewis Goodall||How a government led by technocrats nearly destroyed a generation of social mobility|
|Document:Theresa May pushing for UK intervention in Syria following Manchester attack||Article||25 May 2017||Whitney Webb||Jeremy Corbyn Says What We All Knew: The War On Terror Isn’t Working|
|Document:Track and Trace. Stay Elite.||Article||29 May 2020||David Black||Poor Dido was pressed into service early by Boris and the lads when she launched her Track and Trace initiative some days ahead of its scheduled June 1st slot in a ludicrously transparent attempt to draw fire from Corporal Cummings, whose lockdown breaching escapades were causing havoc in Tory ranks.|
|Document:Trump targets Corbyn in UK election intervention||Article||2 November 2019||Laura Tiernan||Donald Trump’s interview shows that Mike Pompeo’s threatened “push back” is far advanced. If Trump is willing to make such anti-democratic public pronouncements against the leader of Her Majesty’s opposition, what are they discussing—and preparing—behind the scenes?|
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