July 25, 2019
British and American politics continue to eerily parallel one another.
BoJo really does give every sign of being a British Trump, which is to say someone who will raise the hopes of oppressed indigenes with provocative remarks that outrage the liberal Establishment while in practice doing nothing that significantly challenges its agenda.
Bojo’s initial appointments serve as harbingers of his future intent.
The big three offices of state went to:
Foreign Secretary – Dominic Raab, Jew.
Chancellor of the Exchequer – Sajid Javid, ostentatiously Judeophilic Moslem who recently called for a special inquiry into “Islamophobia” in the Conservative Party.
Home Secretary – Priti Patel, brown Asian woman (not Moslem, Hindu background I think). She arrived in Britain as one of the refugee Ugandan Asians, kicked out by Idi Amin, so on the plus side she may secretly hate negroes.
The most interesting part of her background is the fact that she lost her previous job as Development Secretary after being caught out in a bizarre conspiracy to funnel British development aid to the Israeli Military.
At the time, Jews were aghast about this – not the fact that it happened, of course, the fact that they got caught. There were warnings it “would have a devastating impact on British Jewry.”
Communal representatives and pro-Israel activists believe the affair will bolster antisemitic conspiracy theories and damage relationships with British politicians for a generation.
One senior communal figure said: “This will set us back 20 years.”
That was 2 years ago.
And now she is back, this time as Home Secretary, responsible for British domestic law & order related issues. This includes responsibilities for “hate speech,” “anti-Semitism,” the danger of “far-right terrorism” and the like. Much to look forward to, then.
The truth is that Boris manages the remarkable feat of being both a Moslem and a Jew.
Boris the Turk
His real name is not Boris Johnson, but Boris Kemal, from his Turkish great-grandfather, a religious fanatic who became a target when the secular (many crypto-Jewish Donmeh) Young Turk revolutionaries took over the country. Boris’ British family changed their name during the First World War when the Turks sided with the Germans.
Here is what Boris has said about his Moslem background.
“My great-grandfather knew the Koran by heart and I am proud of my Islamic ancestry.”
“Islam is a religion of peace and has made huge contributions to the development of our society.”
As Foreign Secretary, even after Britain had voted to leave the EU, Boris was still lobbying to get Turkey into it. His cousin Selim was even employed by the Turkish government to help facilitate its entry to the European Union.
Turks are now celebrating BoJo’s arrival at Number 10 the way blacks celebrated Meghan Markle’s arrival at Windsor Palace.
“Ottoman grandson becomes prime minister,” read a front-page headline of the opposition newspaper Sozcu. “For England, a prime minister with roots in Cankiri,” it said, referring to Kemal’s home province in central Turkey.
Like Johnson, his great-grandfather was a journalist who went into government, a move that proved ill-fated. In the final days of the Ottoman Empire, Kemal was captured and lynched by nationalists fighting to establish the Turkish state.
Erdogan congratulated Johnson on Twitter, adding that ties between Turkey and the United Kingdom were set to improve. Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu also congratulated him, sharing a video of Turkish reporters asking Johnson about his roots in Cankiri during a 2016 visit to Ankara.
Demiroren News Agency quoted a resident of Cankiri’s Kalfat village as saying it was an honour that someone from their village had become prime minister, adding that Johnson owed his distinctive mop of blond hair to his Turkish forefathers.
“They call his ancestors from this house ‘Blond Boys’. Boris Johnson’s blondness comes from this lineage,” Mustafa Bal said.
Boris the Jew
It gets worse. Boris also has Jewish ancestry, of which he has declared himself proud. The Jewish Chronicle described him as:
a trenchant supporter of Israel, an enemy of politically correct anti-Zionism and immensely proud of his own Jewish ancestry — the Henley MP’s great grandfather, Elias Avery Lowe, being the Moscow-born son of a shmutter merchant. “I feel Jewish when I feel the Jewish people are threatened or under attack, that’s when it sort of comes out,” he declares. “When I suddenly get a whiff of antisemitism, it’s then that you feel angry and protective.”
On the issues
Theresa May’s government clung doggedly to a public target of reducing net immigration below 100,000 per year. It came nowhere near achieving this target but its mere existence gave invaded Britons some kind of hope. Boris has refused to endorse this target, a sure sign he intends to abandon it. He has promised instead an “Australian-style points system.” Australia has the highest proportion of immigrants of any country in the world.
Even on Brexit, Boris is not really to be relied upon. He joined the campaign against the European Union late, even writing two newspaper columns, one pro-EU, one anti-EU, only deciding at the last moment which one to run.
He has promised to take Britain out of the EU on 31 October. This is red meat to Conservative Party members, whose approval he needed to become Prime Minister. But he has proved shifty when pressed on how firm that commitment is.
All the signs are that Boris will simply be a more literate version of Trump, someone skilled in making artful appeals to the (justified) prejudice of his supporters, but who does nothing to ultimately satisfy them. The Zio-left establishment will continue to walk all over the British people, just as they did before. Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.