It’s bash the liar Boris Johnson time again.
It’s uncertain who paid for Boris and Carrie’s Mustique holiday. Boris has declared it was paid for by Carphone Warehouse boss David Ross. Applying my maxim that Boris ‘Alien’ Liar is totally alien to the truth and that instead you would be closer to the truth by accepting the opposite of anything and everything he says, he’s lying (and optionally that he has acid for blood and can survive molten lead). Ross said that was wrong and that he hadn’t paid for it, then said that it was sort of right because he had arranged it. So basically, we don’t know who paid for it. My guess is that Murdoch paid for it as a reward for BJ being such a recompensating thrall.
I realise that it’s strange to regard Bully Boy Johnson as a serf or thrall. The way it works is that our place is pretty low but it’s all relative and despite Boris being privileged it doesn’t really count compared to Maggie’s bstard Murdoch. Murdoch was facilitated by Thatcher – do your own research, disprove me if you can. We see that we are repeatedly fekked over by useless, incompetent Tory sihts.
While we’re on the topic of social stratification, that’s when racism and misogyny step on to play their part. It’s part of the BS spewed up by Murdoch’s news empire, part of the BS ideology by which the 1% – or even the 1% of the 1% – retain their power and privilege. Through racism and misogyny even nasty, misogynist racist xenophobic ignoramuses can believe that they’re better – have higher status – than others. Murdoch even employs them in prominent political positions to do his bidding.
Moving on Corbyn criticised BJ for deporting black people – that Murdoch xenophobia agenda again.
Boris the Alien is very keen on huge ridiculous technological ventures. He’s proposing a useless bridge between Scotland and Northern Ireland. He’s unhinged. Actually, I think that he’s an alcoholic.
… Johnson has long been an enthusiast for major infrastructure projects, but his visions only sometimes become reality, and those which do have had a tendency to not fully deliver on his promises.
As London mayor, Johnson pushed repeatedly for the garden bridge across the Thames, despite repeated warnings about its economic unfeasibility and the complication of securing planning consents, wasting £53.5m of funds, £43m of it taxpayers’ money.
An even more ambitious idea for a new London airport in the Thames estuary came to nothing. As mayor, Johnson did deliver a £60m cable car across the Thames in east London, but a supposed key transport link later turned out to have just four regular users.
More expensive still was Johnson’s plan for a “new Routemaster” bus for the city, allowing passengers to hop on and off open platforms.
Transport for London paid more than £280m for a fleet of the buses which turned out to be baking hot in the summer, with the doors kept closed for safety reasons, and were unable to be sold to any other cities. …