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Thursday 4 November 2021

Bozo COP26 Private Jet Hypocrisy

In another example of highly selective reportage, the perpetually thirsty Paul Staines and his rabble at the Guido Fawkes blog yesterday trumpeted a claimed “exclusive” about the exploits of their hero, alleged Prime Minister Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson. “Boris was star guest at Telegraph leader writers’ dinner last night” they gushed.

There was more. “Instead of wasting his time schmoozing celebrity swampies in Glasgow with the Prince of Wales, Leonardo DiCaprio and Stella McCartney, Boris was instead at a far more important and influential event: a reunion dinner party for Telegraph leader writers at the Garrick”. So which luminaries graced the occasion, apart from Bozo Himself?

According to The Great Guido, climate change denier Charles Moore, self-appointed custodian of what Mrs T really thought, self-confessed homophobe Tom Utley, and Stephen “Miserable Git” Glover were all present, so the party would have been really, er, not buzzing. But the story was notable not for the information imparted by the Fawkes massive, but the information they chose not to impart. Which duly leaked anyway.

After lecturing world leaders, climate activists and the media about the need to reduce carbon emissions at COP26 in Glasgow, where he gave his last press conference on Tuesday afternoon,, what would a sensible Prime Minister have done? What would someone in the public eye have done? What would Nietzsche have done?

But Bozo is not sensible. He is a narcissist, a selfish and inconsiderate individual who is concerned almost exclusively with Himself Personally Now. Cue the Mirror telling the world what happened next. “Boris Johnson flew back from Glasgow by private jet to go for dinner at a men-only private members club … Our exclusive photos show Mr Johnson leaving the Garrick Club at 10pm last night, escorted to the door by Lord Moore, his former boss”.

Do go on. “Hours after telling world leaders in Glasgow to stop ‘quilting the earth in an invisible and suffocating blanket of CO2’, Mr Johnson controversially hopped on board a chartered private plane … Mr Johnson made his final public appearance in Glasgow at a press conference which finished at 5.30pm … His plane took off from Glasgow … Airport at 6.20pm and landed at London Stansted at 7.16pm after the 56 minute flight”.

Yes? Yes yes? Yes yes yes? “It is understood he was met by his security team in two Range Rovers and driven direct to the Garrick Club for dinner. The 40 mile drive into central London would have taken around one hour, meaning he would have arrived at around 8.30pm. When the Mirror arrived at the club at 8.45pm, the two vehicles were already parked outside”. Maybe The Great Guido should have kept schtum.

Would Bozo’s spokesman care to take the biscuit in no style at all? Here it comes: “The Prime Minister travelled on one of the most carbon efficient planes of its size in the world, using the most sustainable aviation fuel possible. The UK will be offsetting all carbon emissions associated with running COP26 including travel”. Arguing in his spare time. A big boy did it and ran away. Holds his wand while he’s thinking.

Sustainable aviation fuel my arse. Bozo underscores his reputation for ocean-going hypocrisy and his pals out there on the right rush to cover for him. Another example of wayward political leadership and a compliant fan club. Pass the sick bucket.

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Anonymous said...

It is only ever necessary to look at Tory faces in the House of Commons to know they are insensate beasts without a trace of human conscience. They are the hypocritical lying dregs of Homo sapiens and always will be.

Their media grovelling apologists are even worse.

Which is why the UK is the laughing stock of the world. One fucked up sick country.

gillette said...

And now we learn his Marbella painting jaunt was funded by Goldsmith family