Why Government Leaders are deliberately being made Unpopular

Vernon Coleman | vernoncoleman.org

Boris Johnson’s absurd trip to Ukraine was pathetically obvious in its intent. Thatcher invaded the Falkland Islands. Clinton and Bush both arranged politically convenient military manoeuvres. Politicians always start a small war, or talk about one, if they are trying to escape from bad news at home. Putin constantly talks of war.

The purpose of Johnson’s trip was, of course, to try to distract attention the fact that the whole of Britain knows that even by the standards of politicians he is a pretty low individual. A decent leader would have resigned in shame by now.

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