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To put in context Johnson hasnt been seen in public since 21st December 2019 when he was over in Estonia meeting with NATO troops. A very long time for a public politician to be outside the view of the public.

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@hayed joe 

 

To put in context Johnson hasnt been seen in public since 21st December 2019 when he was over in Estonia meeting with NATO troops. A very long time for a public politician to be outside the view of the public.

 

Prime Minister's Questions tomorrow about 12 midday might be a good stream to try and keep for picture evidence. 

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Boris Johnson-Dybbuk is so psychologically inadequate & paranoid, he has taken to using a deep state surveillance unit to hunt down young school children. You see some school children said a naughty word against Boris. And naughty words are bad & mean. So the British Prime Minister needs to use a sophisticated state funded social media surveillance unit to hunt down the schoolchildren and tell them to take it down. Because Boris is the World King...........

 

 

 

https://bylinetimes.com/2020/01/10/fck-boris-are-schoolchildren-now-under-political-surveillance-by-the-government/

 

 

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An Instagram account set up by students containing a photo of the words “F*uck Boris” graffitied in the school toilets was shut down after it was identified using software by a “central government social media team”, which then ordered the local MP to contact the school and get the account removed, according to a shocked parent.

The parent of a student close to the incident, who wishes to remain anonymous, contacted Byline Times because they were in “utter shock that this is happening in the UK in 2020” as it “has the look and feel of 1930s fascism”. 

Following the General Election last month, the words “F*ck Boris” appeared on a wall inside the toilets at The Gryphon School – a mixed-sex secondary with academy status in Sherborne, Dorset – the parent said. Students at the school then created an Instagram account and uploaded a photo of the graffiti.

“F*ck Boris” was chanted by thousands at last year’s Glastonbury Festival as part of the lyrics to headliner Stormzy’s song Vossi Bop. At the time, Boris Johnson appeared fairly relaxed by the insult, joking that the rapper was actually saying “Back Boris”.

The parent told this newspaper that they had been told by the school that it had been contacted by the area’s newly elected Conservative MP Chris Loder – an alumni of The Gryphon School – who said he had been contacted by the Government’s social media team about the Instagram account. The parent said they were told that Mr Loder demanded that the school had the Instagram account taken down – something the students involved then did. 

 

An email sent by the school’s assistant headteacher, which has been seen by Byline Times, said: “This [Instagram] account had not been stumbled across by our local MP but had been identified by the central Government social media team who have software which identifies accounts such as the one which they had created. They then passed their findings to our local MP who then contacted us.”

The parent who contacted Byline Times said that, following the Instagram account being shut down, the students involved were told by the school that any such future incidents could damage their careers and future prospects. 

“This is obviously good advice but, at the same time, it’s quite worrying that it essentially stymies and shuts down any other sort of thinking,” the parent told Byline Times. “I find that quite dangerous and scary, that teenage school kids are being tracked by robots controlled by central Government. It’s a rural school, we’re a nothing town in the middle of nowhere.”

The parent claims that the students were “genuinely quite scared by the fact that they thought they did something quite innocent and actually had the might of central government come down on them”.

“Why and how is central Government able to do this?” they added. “Why are they allowed to keep us under surveillance? Why are they allowed to silence opposition? Why are they allowed direct control over our schools? This is state-sanctioned intimidation and needs exposing.”

 

The Gryphon School told Byline Times that it was “made aware of an account using the school’s name and an expletive in a negative reference to a political figure”.

“Due to the school’s name being mentioned we requested that it be removed,” a spokeswomen said. “We also have strict rules around students taking photos in school and posting on social media due to safeguarding. We are of course politically independent and have held a number of political debates for students, to encourage them to take part in the democratic process. Students are of course entitled to express their views and opinions, we just ask that they do not reference our school when doing so.”

The press offices of the Department for Education, No. 10 Downing Street and the Cabinet Office told Byline Times that they had no knowledge of this incident at present. However, an insider suggested that No. 10 Downing Street or the Conservative Party Headquarters (CCHQ) were more likely to be monitoring social media for comments about the Prime Minister. Byline Times has also contacted CCHQ for comment.

Following publication of this article, Mr Loder told Byline Times that a “central government social media team” did not contact him about the Instagram post and that he was “very concerned to see the school was being irresponsibly graffitied and even more appalled to see it posted on social media”. The MP said he contacted the school to inform it of the Instagram post and that the school “quite correctly requested it to be taken down”.

He said that the “claim of government surveillance is completely unfounded” and that he would be happy to meet the parent who contacted Byline Times “to convey his view directly”.

Byline Times is still trying to establish why The Gryphon School was under the impression that social media software, allegedly being used by the central Government, had detected the Instagram account or how Mr Loder came to see the account in the first place.

 

 

 

 

If our current British Prime Minister is so affected & damaged by some school children on social media, then he is a truly dangerous & disturbing creature. Such inadequacy that has corporeal power, always leads to great horror.

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So we had the surreal interview at Downing Street this morning on the BBC.

 

What did we learn?

 

1: Boris definitely has some sort of hand/eye coordination problem. The messy hair was a disturbing sight to behold. Also his tie was askew. He wasnt able to straighten his tie before the interview. So again suggestions of problematic  hand/eye coordination issues.

 

2: Short attention span. The amount of times he was easily distracted. He kept turning to the camera staff as if he could see something out of the corner of his eye that no one else could.

 

3: Every now & then, the Dybbuk residing in Johnson will make its presence felt through the mouth (just like Theresa May in 2017).

 

For whatever reason the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain couldn't pronounce the word vegan. Maybe the Dybbuk was moving around in his mouth as he spoke. Mmmmmm

 

 

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/boris-johnson-bbc-veganism-veganuary-a4333616.html

 

https://outline.com/rDx3hj

 

 

 

 

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Boris Johnson has been mocked for his pronunciation of the word 'vegan' after he said veganism was a “crime against cheese lovers” and “takes so much concentration”.

The Prime Minister told BBC Breakfast he would not be taking part in Veganuary - where participants eat a plant-based diet for the month - because it requires too much thought.

Dan Walker asked Mr Johnson about his 2020 New Year's resolution to lose weight and asked if he would be doing Veganuary.

He responded: “No, I’m not, no I’m not. I had thought of it - but it requires so much concentration.”

He continued: “I do take my hat off to vegans who can handle it, who can manage to avoid non-vegan products.”

Mr Walker asked the prime minister whether it was because he would miss bacon sandwiches, to which he replied: “The whole lot”.

He added: “You can’t eat cheese can you? You can’t eat cheese if you’re a vegan?”

As Mr Johnson began to say: “It’s just a crime against,” Mr Walker interjected: “against cheese lovers?”

The PM agreed: “A crime against cheese lovers.”

The exchange followed a half hour interview in which Mr Johnson discussed the Royal Family crisis and tensions in Iran.

But, it was his pronunciation of the word ‘vegan’ - which he sometimes said as 'vee-gan', as if it rhymed with the word ‘began’ - that drew much of the attention online.

One person wrote: “Although a good interview, Best bit of this has been how #BorisJohnson pronounced vegan (ve-gan)!”

Another added: “The way Boris Johnson says Vegan makes me giggle. 'Vee-gan' like an alien species.

"He's also only just found out the vee-gans don't eat cheese.”

One person likened it to a Sci-Fi film race: “What’s a “Vee Gan” @BorisJohnson? The vegan part of Veganuary’s portmanteau isn’t pronounced like that!

“‘The Vee Gan race were at space war with the Klingons deep in the fifth star quadrant’”.

While another said: “Boris Johnson pronounces Vegan so weirdly! Vee-gaaaaan?”.

 

 

 

 

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Another well observed piece from John Crace in The Guardian about yesterdays BBC interview;

 

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/jan/14/boris-winged-it-on-air-never-knowingly-dodging-tricky-issues

 

 

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The cameras had been broadcasting clips of absolutely nothing going on in Downing Street throughout the first two hours of BBC Breakfast. Almost as if the producers didn’t quite trust the prime minister not to back out of his first televised interview since the election and wanted to shame him into going through with it. Or at the very least to have footage of him sneaking out a rear window.

But for once Boris Johnson was as good as his word and shortly after 8am the BBC’s Dan Walker found himself face to face with a figure who looked as if he had just tumbled out of bed.

Let’s start with Iran, said Walker. Boris clasped his knees tightly, trying desperately to remember exactly where Iran was and why it was important. It was quite early in the morning. Then it came to him. “I don’t want a military conflict,” he said hesitantly. A decent enough start, given the circumstances – it will have come as a huge relief to a lot of people who might have been expecting him to declare war.

Gradually Johnson’s brain began to engage with itself. If not always with reality. He had been out of the country when the US had launched its drone strike on Qassem Suleimani, he said. On holiday, Walker reminded him. Yes, and Trump had sent him a Whatsapp message telling him to watch repeats of the attack on Fox News, but he hadn’t picked it up till much later as the wifi at the private bar on the beach was a bit iffy.

And no, he hadn’t for a minute thought of showing some leadership and coming home. How many more times in his life was he going to be offered a £20K-a-week villa on Mustique for absolutely nothing?

Sensing the interview was taking a turn for the worse, Boris reverted to his default position under pressure of making up policy as he went along. What really needed to happen next was for the US to come up with its own nuclear deal and then Iran, the UK and the other signatories could just tear up up the old Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. The same JCPOA that the foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, had spent 45 minutes defending in the Commons the previous day.

Walker kindly changed the subject before Boris could do any more damage.

“You’ve never dodged tricky issues in the past,” Walker now observed. Even Boris appeared shocked by this. He had spent a whole lifetime dodging the difficult questions. Especially when they are being asked by Andrew Neil or the Today programme. Or his close family.

But this time it turned out that the tricky question concerned Harry and Meghan’s future. Boris visibly relaxed. He clearly doesn’t care one way or the other and is merely relieved that the royals are giving him a bit of respite from the media spotlight. I’m sure they will work something out, he mumbled.

Walker then moved on to Brexit. “Your favourite subject,” he added. Now a rare moment of honesty escaped the prime minister’s lips. “Actually, it’s my least favourite subject,” he replied. Because every mention of it is a reminder of just how many lies he has told and of the reckoning he fears is to come.

But just as quickly, he retreated for cover – his tragedy is that he both longs to be seen yet knows he cannot survive the exposure – and went into full pifflepafflewifflewaffle. He was epically confident of getting a full trade deal. Very, very, very, confident. As in not confident at all. He was winging it again. With Johnson the probability of something happening is in inverse proportion to the hyperbole.

“Bung a bob for Big Ben bongs,” Boris bumbled. Alliteration cuts both ways. It would cost £500K to ring Big Ben on 31 January, but if there were enough people out there who were willing to stump up for the pleasure then he wouldn’t rule it out. After all, he had wasted £40m on a garden bridge that was never going to be built so he was no one to tell people how to spend their dosh. Besides, it was as close to a Brexit dividend as anyone was likely to get.

 

Boris did his best to talk over and distract Walker throughout the rest of the interview by talking nonsense – anything to run the clock down. But there was no disguising the fact we were watching a prime minister close to free fall in his free association. There’s a reason therapists often like to see their patients early in the morning. It’s because then they are less well defended and shrinks get to see the real person. The timing of the interview was turning out to be the biggest masterstroke of all.

“In the past few days we’ve done a couple more things that we’ve done,” was the closest to coherence Boris could manage. When asked what he planned to do in the next year for former Labour voters from the Midlands and the north he couldn’t really come up with anything but repeat previously discredited lies about building 40 new hospitals this year, next year, sometime, never.

He even forgot that he was already supposed to have a plan for social care provision in place and instead announced a proposal to come up with a plan at some point in the future. His only real commitment was to end the county (drugs) lines. Though he clearly hadn’t a clue how. It was like watching a panicky child think out loud.

By now Walker was looking increasingly disturbed. He wrapped things up with a gentle lob about veganuary. This was the breaking of Boris. The floodgates opened. He needed to lose weight, he sobbed. But he couldn’t do without cheese. Life without cheese was a crime against humanity. Nor did he have the concentration to go vegan. Or the self-discipline. After all, it wasn’t as if these were qualities a country might reasonably expect of its prime minister.

 

 

 

 

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Where was Boris Johnson last night?!

 

So last night the UK left the EU. and we had big speeches from everyone about the issue. But where was the Prime Minister last night?!

 

When international events take place that affect the country then the office of the position of Prime Minister takes over, regardless of who it is. So where was Johnson last night? Why did he not prepare a speech to speak to the global media outside 10 Downing Street? The country & the rest of the world was seeking clarity & reassurance.  But they got neither.

 

Even worse the world & global media focused on Nigel Farage. The coverage was as such, it made him look like he was running the country last night not Johnson. It looked like Johnson was hiding or was unable to appear in public.  Johnson's disappearing act last night was shocking & disturbing. He had a political & social responsibility to appear and give political leadership. But again we got neither last night. All the public got was some bizarre deep fake type Facebook video of him spouting incoherent nonsense. Was it even him? Or was it a deep fake video prepared earlier in case Johnson's medication ran out?....

 

Now we have a good idea of Johnson's non existent "work ethic". 

 

So we can assume that Johnson was under the control & influence of the Dybbuk last night to the point where he couldnt appear in public. So at a monumental critical moment in British history & politics, the political leader of the country was under the control of a non human entity and was in hiding.

 

The Dybbuk is Hungry.

 

 

The Saturn Conjunction

 

Friday 31st January 2020

 

Moon in Ares

 

Moon squares Saturn (14:24pm  GMT)

Moon squares Pluto (11:11am GMT)

Moon Trines Mars (1:49am GMT)

Moon sextile Mercury (15:09pm GMT)

 

although Mercury is in the conjunction the moons ability to transmit is blocked, by Saturn in the squaring & the hidden nebulous influence of Pluto. A bit like trying to talk, but not knowing what to say. Or having a random panic attack that cant be controlled. Or having a Dybbuk in your mouth......

 

 

 

 

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Well interview of the century, Boris gave an interview!... With one of the kids off Sky News FYI section.

Of course he barely took his hands of his knees. But he's learning. He didn't look past the "interviewer"  to someone off screen as much.

And then gave an answer of not made a decision on HS2 but will keep digging.

Your Prime Minister, ladies and gentlemen.

 

https://news.sky.com/story/pm-in-a-hole-the-size-of-hs2-only-thing-to-do-is-keep-digging-11922797

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*Correction.

 

The Saturn Conjunction (proper)

 

On Friday 31st January 2020 the Moon was in Taurus at 19:28pm (GMT). (Not Aries)

The moon in a 45' degree quintile with Neptune at 23:39pm (GMT)

The moon squared Saturn at 9:24am (GMT)

The moon squared Pluto at 6:11am (GMT)

The Moon sextile Mercury at  10:09am (GMT)

 

 

 

 

Reinterpretation: Now that we have Neptune in the conjunction it represents a revelation of the character of people in power. So after a fashion it still represents a panic attack, and personal fears being played on. So the conjunction is actually worse for Johnson. He will have been seen for the fraud that he is. So feeding time for the dybbuk.

 

 

(Editing note for the website engineer; it might be worth extending the time allowed for editing posts. Edit function is taken away after an hour max. So once a mistake is put in and the allotted time is passed, it cant be reedited. A 24 hr period might be more beneficial to allow corrections if the submission is wrong. Just a thought.)

 

 

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A fake news piece/propaganda release from 10 Downing Street handed to Rupert Murdoch's Sunday Times newspaper, relaying a narrative that somehow Johnson was drinking a £350 bottle of wine whilst on the job during Brexit night. Fake. All of it.

 

https://outline.com/4EvYEv

 

 

 

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Boris Johnson celebrated the UK's departure from the European Union by drinking a £350 bottle of wine, while Dominic Cummings wept with joy, it has been reported.

Mr Johnson is understood to have toasted the occasion on Friday evening with the 1994 Chateau Margaux, left to him in a supporter's will.

The sole condition attached to the bottle was that it was not to be drunk until Britain left the European Union, the Daily Mail reported.

Earlier, Mr Johnson had begun celebrations by showing off his new blue passport to former Labour MP and Vote Leave campaigner Gisela Stuart.

He then co-hosted a soiree in the Downing Street state rooms with partner Carrie Symonds, where guests were served English sparkling wine instead of Champagne.

The couple's dog Dilyn delighted guests by wearing a union jack coat.

According to the Daily Mail, Mr Johnson told attendees: "This is a fantastic moment in the life of our country. There are very few moments that can be called a historic turning point – and this is it.

"This is not the end, or the beginning of the end, it's the beginning of the beginning. This is a turning point in the life of our nation."

He then posed for photos while striking a gong.

While Mr Johnson spent the night bonging a gong for Brexit, Dominic Cummings cried, the Sunday Times reported.

The newspaper said that the No.10 chief of staff took to the microphone at the Downing Street celebrations.

Overcome with emotion, Mr Cummings reportedly had to clutch a hand to his face while he composed himself.

He told the crowd: "Lots of people in this room know what happened, thank you."

 

 

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When someone comes into contact with a demon, non human entity, or dybbuk it can fundamentally affect and alter a person's behaviour pattern due to the low base vibration energy that the entity emits.

 

A point in case, here we have the dybbuk's henchman Dominic Cummings (who was supposed to have been happy with Brexit) who having been accosted by an ITN news reporter, appears to be happy, and then out of nowhere has a mental fit and becomes ultra aggressive to the reporter where he keeps repeating the same thing over & over again.

https://outline.com/qkrCF8

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He is the political maverick who masterminded the campaign to take Britain out of the EU before entering Number 10 as Boris Johnson's top aide.

But Dominic Cummings did not appear in high spirits on Brexit night and snapped at a reporter who confronted him in the street.

An ITV journalist and camera crew caught the Downing Street strategist as he emerged from a Westminster Pizza Express moments before the UK marked a new chapter outside the EU at 11pm.

Mr Cummings stonewalled their probing, before finally losing his patience and berating the reporter's 'inane questions'.After the reporter suggested the occasion must be a 'special moment' for the Vote Leave architect, Mr Cummings replied: 'Well, you can say what you want to, I'm going back to work.'

The government adviser, characteristically dressed down in a beanie hat and untucked shirt, continues to swat away the journalist's questions about if he will be celebrating with the Prime Minister when he gets back to Number 10.

Yet, to Mr Cummings's clear annoyance, the broadcaster pursues his enquiries undeterred by the unenthusiastic replies he is getting.When the reporter asks 'does the hard work start now,' his patience appears to snap. Mr Cummings turns to face his interrogator and says: 'Are you going to continue to ask inane questions?' The reporter replies: 'I'd like to have a conversation with you about tonight...'Mr Cummings interrupts: 'Well we're not going to have a conversation. Are you going to walk along asking inane questions? Is that your best move?'The journalist repeats his desire to 'have a conversation', which Mr Cummings scorns and cuts in: 'Is that all you can say? Have you got anything else to say?' before walking off with his entourage.The Prime Minister was holding a small party in Number 10 tonight to mark Britain's departure from the EU, where English sparkling wine was served.

It was dwarfed by celebrations in Parliament Square, where a massive Brexit bash saw Nigel Farage address hundreds of Leave supporters.

 

 

The interesting thing is that ITN & ITV seemed to have memory holed this video on their own respective websites. Both the Daily Mail & MSN have a copy of the incident;

 

 

 

 

https://videos.dailymail.co.uk/video/mol/2020/02/01/1138733695251692514/640x360_MP4_1138733695251692514.mp4

 

 

 

(note to the site admin, for some reason Daily Mail videos will not embed on the forum site)

 

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One of the challenging aspects of the influence of Saturn, is that if a person comes into regular contact with its influence (or its entities), is that it increases the level of paranoia & derangement in said person. This leads to major trust issues and increases doubt in the mind of the person. This isnt just a problem for laypeople, This has been a concern for centuries with long term occultists & practitioners of ceremonial magic. In occult terms you survive Saturn. Human consciousness doesn't survive point of contact with Saturn.

 

Which brings us to the interesting piece of information that Boris Johnson-Dybbuk is so paranoid & dysfunctional now that he needs to use his dad in dealings with nation states like China.

 

Yes thats right his dad Stanley Johnson. Not civil servants. Not government ministers. Not embassy staff. His dad.

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/feb/06/pms-father-stanley-johnson-passed-on-chinese-message-to-minister

 

 

 

 

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Boris Johnson’s father, Stanley, acted as an unlikely diplomatic backchannel to No 10, expressing Chinese concern that the prime minister had not offered China a personal message of support about the coronavirus outbreak.

Stanley Johnson met the Chinese ambassador to London, Liu Xiaoming, this week and then passed on the Chinese concern in an email to Zac Goldsmith, the minister for environment and international development.

There have been tensions between the British and Chinese government over potential criticism of China’s handling of the outbreak. The ambassador is due to give a briefing on Thursday setting out what China has been doing to combat the spread of the virus.

In sending his message to No 10, Stanley Johnson accidentally included a member of BBC staff in the email chain, leading to relatively sensitive potential dates for a prime ministerial visit to China being widely conveyed. Lord Goldsmith apparently did not spot the error.

 

There will be anxiety in some quarters at the prospect of Stanley Johnson acting as an unofficial conduit for London-based ambassadors trying to gain the ear of his son. Johnson Sr, a passionate environmentalist, is bound to give fatherly advice but he is not famously discreet and may not be the Foreign Office’s first choice as a message carrier into No 10.

In his 90-minute meeting with Stanley Johnson in London, Liu said Boris Johnson had not yet directly contacted the Chinese. Stanley Johnson then sent an email from his personal account to Goldsmith.

He wrote: “Re the outbreak of coronavirus, Mr Liu obviously was concerned that there had not yet – so he asserted – been direct contact between the PM and Chinese head of state or government in terms of a personal message or telephone call.”

Johnson said he had raised the possibility of his son visiting China in October for an international conference on biodiversity, COP 15, due to be held in Kunming.

 

Goldsmith replied from his personal email address saying: “Thank you so much Stanley. That is extremely useful.”

Johnson and Liu had initially met at a Chinese new year reception and agreed to have a longer discussion about the environment, including the UK’s plans for hosting the UN COP 26 climate change conference in Glasgow.

Liu did not regard the meeting with the prime minister’s father as in any way improper, later sharing pictures of the pair on Twitter and saying they had met to exchange views on the COP15 and COP26 meetings.

He added: “These two conferences are great opportunities to promote international cooperation on environmental protection & climate change.”

No 10 denied there had been any snub to the Chinese by the prime minister. It pointed out that the foreign secretary and the national security adviser had spoken to their counterparts in the past week.

“The UK has provided medical supplies to help China tackle the outbreak and together we have facilitated the repatriation of British nationals and their dependants from Wuhan,” a spokesman said.

The UK has chartered a plane to retrieve Britons from Wuhan this weekend. It has advised against all travel to China for the moment, something the Chinese have accepted as long as it is strictly a temporary measure.

In a lengthy speech by Chris Patten this week criticising the Chinese government’s approach to Hong Kong, it was notable that Lord Patten, a former Hong Kong governor, opened his remarks with a very clear statement of sympathy for the Chinese people at such a difficult time.

 

 

 

 

Observations

 

1: Johsnon's state of mind is in such a state of paranoia, that he doesnt trust his cabinet staff, the civil service, or UK Embassy staff, to the extent that he will ask his father to act as a go between. So paranoid that he wont even let his girlfriend/carer Carrie Symmonds brush his hair.

 

2:  Since positions of political power carry a heavy amount of stress, this paranoia will become more acute. The Prime Minister isnt going to listen to anyone outside his circle now. Even his own cabinet ministers are about to find this out the hard way.

 

3: The paranoia has also affected his henchman Dominic Cummings. Cummings is paranoid to such an extent he is seeking to set up a spy network in 10 Downing Street, to keep tabs on cabinet staff and the conveyor belt of "special advisers" .

 

4: The morphic-resonance-field that has now nested at 10 Downing Street isnt going anywhere. It will have seeped in to the building and surrounding area. 

 

 

 

So we have an aggressive & paranoid senior adviser in 10 Downing Street, who has the ear (and complete trust) of an already dysfunctional paranoid possessed Prime Minister, who sees things out of the corner of his eyes that no one else can see, who can no longer sleep due to various factors, and who thinks his girlfriend/carer is trying to poison his food.  And yet he is Prime Minister.......

 

 

The Dybbuk is Hungry.

 

 

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So Boris Johnson's very (very) short attention span is as such he cant be bothered to find a organiser to lead the global UN COP 26 summit. Even worse Johnson is being perceived as a dysfunctional incompetent on the world stage (oh you have seen nothing yet world!)

 

https://outline.com/JpbNHh

 

 

 

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The UK is showing a “lack of coherence” in its leadership of vital UN climate crisis talks this year, and giving the damaging impression that the talks are not a high priority, one of the world’s leading voices on the climate crisis has said.

Mary Robinson, former UN climate envoy and Ireland’s first female president, also said the perception that major British politicians, including ex-prime minister David Cameron and former foreign minister William Hague, were unwilling to take on the role of leading the COP 26 summit was damaging.

“It is not helpful that we are getting the impression that in the UK no one wants the job. I mean, come on! The UK asked for this, they pitched for this responsibility, they must carry it forward.”

“This needs to be an overarching priority, that needs to come across. I do not see a coherent drive for [the summit] in the UK.

“The UK’s handling of COP 26 has not become coherent enough for the UN even to be able to support them,” she added.

Robinson, the former UN high commissioner for human rights who chairs the Elders group of former world statespeople, served twice as a UN climate envoy and campaigns for climate justice.

Her exasperation reflects a growing disquiet among some leading international experts over the UK government’s leadership of the vital COP 26 summit, which remains without a figurehead after a tumultuous week.

 

Last Friday, the former energy minister Claire O’Neill was abruptly sacked as president of the negotiations, the key role alongside the UN in bringing countries together to agree tougher limits on greenhouse gases. Since then, O’Neill has unleashed vitriolic attacks on Boris Johnson, alleging a lack of interest in the climate crisis, while Johnson’s failure to set out a clear vision of how the UK will get a deal at COP 26 has also been criticised.

“It’s a huge pity this is happening,” said Yvo de Boer, the UN’s top climate official from 2006-2010, who began the push for climate action that resulted in the 2015 Paris agreement. “The president of the COP really needs to be the force for stability in this process. You need someone in place who is reaching out to key countries to smooth this process.”

The sacking of O’Neill reminded him of “a very bad time in my life”, he said, when during the Copenhagen COP in 2009 the Danish prime minister removed the serving COP president, Denmark’s environment minister Connie Hedegaard, and installed himself to lead the process. That was one of the factors that doomed the Copenhagen summit to an acrimonious and chaotic end.

In this case, the sacking has happened sooner – meaning “this is not irreparable”, said de Boer. “But if it goes on, I think it will be damaging.”

Johnson must also do more to show the UK’s leadership in cutting emissions, beyond the promise to reach net zero by 2050, he said. “It’s very important that the UK has domestic policies in place that allow them to inspire confidence in other countries,” said de Boer.

One long-time observer of COPs, who asked not to be named, said Johnson’s handling of the launch, at which he failed to set out clear stepping stones to a successful outcome for COP 26 or domestic policies to reduce emissions, had hurt his standing among world leaders on the issue. “There was nothing there, it was a mess,” they said. “It made me angry.”

However, there is still strong support for the UK’s COP 26 presidency and a willingness among many leading figures to assist Johnson and the government in building the coalition of countries needed. At COP 26, governments are being asked to come forward with tougher targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions, as the current targets are too weak to meet the goal of the Paris agreement in limiting global heating to 2C above pre-industrial levels.

“COP 26 needs to send a signal, to give guidance to governments and businesses [to encourage them to cut carbon],” said Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy Agency, and one of the most respected voices globally on climate issues. “I am sure that the UK will be a good manager of the COP.”

He said the UK had the diplomatic heft to forge the coalition of countries needed, even without a COP president currently. “I know the UK civil servants [working on climate], they have top notch climate experts, some of the best in the world. I have full confidence in them.”

But he called for the government to show more urgency. “Building a team needs to happen immediately, and putting out a clear vision for COP 26. You need leadership, the engagement of all the key parties, including developing countries, and all other stakeholders [including business and civil society].”

“The prime minister is really critical – his leadership will be very important to a successful outcome,” he added.

Chile, which holds the current presidency of the UN climate process, also offered its support. Carolina Schmidt, who presided over last December’s Madrid climate talks, said: “Since the announcement that the UK will take on the presidency of COP 26, we have met representatives of the UK government on many occasions – including since the COP 25 meeting in Madrid. We look forward to continuing our close collaboration with the incoming COP 26 presidency, as well as other key partners, throughout 2020. This is a crucial year of climate action for humanity as a whole. We have a great challenge ahead: the climate crisis is a reality that all countries must tackle together, and we will stand firmly with our international partners to do so.”

Richard Kinley, former deputy head of the UN’s climate secretariat, said there was still time for the UK to recover. “Ideally, you would have started earlier, but politicians in the UK were preoccupied [with Brexit],” he said. “It is late but it is not too late for things to begin, but a lot needs to be done fairly quickly to build momentum for these talks. You need to get mobilised.”

As well as the lack of a president, there is a widespread sense that the UK has got off to a slow start in the all-out diplomatic push that is needed to bring reluctant countries together. “The UK diplomatic machine really needs to be running at full speed now,” said de Boer. “They need to be going to other capitals, finding out the key sticking points, and what needs to happen to get a high level of ambition. That’s only going to happen if you understand what the red lines are for all parties.”

Some developing countries said they were awaiting more details from the UK, including the identity of the new president. “Without a doubt it would be good that sooner rather than later we will know who our primary interlocutor will be for COP 26,” said a representative of one key group of countries.

Saleemul Huq, director of the International Centre for Climate Change and Development, added: “Every day that the prime minister does not have a COP 26 president in place is valuable time being lost”

 

 

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Why did Boris Johnson not propose to his girlfriend Carrie Symonds whist on holiday?!

 

Johnson has a 10 year term in 10 Downing Street.

 

He can do anything he wants and he will still be in office.

 

He is the most politically powerful man in Britain right now.

 

So why did he not propose marriage to Carrie Symonds?!

 

Indecision? Fear? Hatred? The Dybbuk?!.......

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1 hour ago, Tetragrammaton said:

Why did Boris Johnson not propose to his girlfriend Carrie Symonds whist on holiday?!

 

Johnson has a 10 year term in 10 Downing Street.

 

He can do anything he wants and he will still be in office.

 

He is the most politically powerful man in Britain right now.

 

So why did he not propose marriage to Carrie Symonds?!

 

Indecision? Fear? Hatred? The Dybbuk?!.......

 

He read the thread on here about Philip Schofield and decided to wait longer? Carrie probably knows that whatever sexuality Boris is in love with the idea of Boris opposed to what the Boris as a person actually is. 

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What does Boris Johnson-Dybbuk think about black people?!

 

https://outline.com/2F2bNZ

 

 

 

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Downing Street has refused to say whether Boris Johnson agrees with an adviser who suggested black people were mentally inferior and advocated compulsory contraception to prevent a “permanent underclass”.

A Number 10 spokesman was repeatedly asked at a Westminster media briefing whether the PM wished to distance himself from a string of controversial remarks made by Andrew Sabisky, who was recruited by senior advisor Dominic Cummings.

Presented with a series of Sabisky’s comments and asked whether the PM backed them or would condemn them, the spokesman responded only: “The prime minister’s views are well publicised and well documented.”

Despite frequent requests, the Downing Street spokesman was unable to point to a single example of the prime minister expressing a view on eugenics or the intelligence of black people, merely saying that reporters would find that his opinions were “well-documented” on the public record.

He declined to say whether Mr Johnson’s views on the issue were reflected in a magazine article in which the PM referred to black people as “picaninnies” with “watermelon smiles”.

Whilst editor of The Specator, Mr Johnson published an article in which columnist Taki wrote: “On average, Orientals are slower to mature, less randy, less fertile, and have larger brains and higher IQ scores. Blacks are at the other pole, and whites fall somewhere in the middle, although closer to the Orientals than the blacks.”

Asked subsequently about his contributor’s remarks, Mr Johnson described Taki as a “very distinguished columnist”.

The PM is coming under growing pressure to sack Sabisky over comments prior to his appointment in which he:

- Called for the young to undergo compulsory contraception to prevent the creation of “a permanent underclass”;

- Disparagingly compared women’s sport to the Paralympics; and

- Suggested that black people were more likely than whites to be “close to mental retardation”.

The 27-year-old self-styled “superforecaster” responded to Mr Cummings’ call for “misfits and weirdos” to apply to work at 10 Downing Street.

But his extreme views immediately sparked outrage online after it emerged that he had made comments about the IQs of black people on a blog post published in 2014.

In it, he wrote: ‘If the mean black American IQ is (best estimate based on a century’s worth of data) around 85, as compared to a mean white American IQ of 100, then if IQ is normally distributed, you will see a far greater percentage of blacks than whites in the range of IQs 75 or below, at which point we are close to the typical boundary for mild mental retardation. That parsimoniously explains the greater diagnostic rates for blacks when it comes to ‘Intellectual Disability’.”

Mr Sabiksy has also come under fire for previously stating that much of the ‘hue and cry’ against female genital mutilation ‘looks more like a moral panic’. He also suggested that giving children mental performance-enhancing drugs which might pose a risk to their lives was probably worth ‘a dead kid once a year’. In 2016, the Cambridge graduate argued the case for eugenics, which aims to improve the genetic quality of the population by excluding certain groups judged to be ‘inferior’, writing: “Eugenics are about selecting ‘for’ good things.”

The Downing Street spokesman refused to confirm his appointment or to say whether he was working as a special adviser to the PM paid by the taxpayer.

And he appeared to back away from the attempt by cabinet minister Grant Shapps to distance himself from Sabisky at the weekend, when the transport secretary said that his reported comments were views that “neither I or the government share in any shape or form”.

Asked whether Mr Shapps was speaking on behalf of the government, the No 10 spokesman replied: “I didn’t hear specifically what the transport secretary said. The transport secretary was speaking as the transport secretary. I have answered the question on behalf of the prime minister.”

Labour party chairman Ian Lavery said: “It is disgusting that not only has Number 10 failed to condemn Andrew Sabisky’s appalling comments, but also seems to have endorsed the idea that white people are more intelligent than black people.

“Boris Johnson should have the backbone to make a statement in his own words on why he has made this appointment, whether he stands by it, and his own views on the subject of eugenics.”

Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon said: "These are really not acceptable headlines for any government to be generating - or allowing to be generated. They need to get a grip fast and demonstrate some basic but fundamental values in the terms of our public debate."

 

 

 

 

 

 

The appointment of Sabisky was a test to see if Johnson would say anything or veto the appointment. Johnson has said nothing. But the true reason for that is because, Johnson doesnt have a clue what is happening at 10 Downing Street.

 

 

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On 7/5/2019 at 10:19 AM, Tetragrammaton said:

Does Boris Johnson have ADHD/Autism?

 

 

He is easily distracted.

 

He cant hold an adult conversation for even a short moment.

 

He is incapable of holding up an argument. He loses concentration quite easily. 

 

His train of thought is non existent.

 

During his time at the Foreign Office he wasnt capable of reading government briefings, and had an incredibly short attention span.

 

He likes roughing up women and children.

 

Makes bizarre statements in supposedly serious debates.

 

 

Pay attention to his behaviour over the next 2 weeks.

His photos of a child making him look like he has high functioning autism when asked what he liked doing last year he said he liked making and painting buses with people in them.

 

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Has the Dybbuk brought over a relative from the Middle East?!

 

The photo you see isnt photoshopped or tampered with. Here is Dominic Cummings behind Boris Johnson. Look at Cummings lovely demonic red eyes........

 

 

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12 minutes ago, Tetragrammaton said:

Has the Dybbuk brought over a relative from the Middle East?!

 

The photo you see isnt photoshopped or tampered with. Here is Dominic Cummings behind Boris Johnson. Look at Cummings lovely demonic red eyes........

 

 

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Oh FFS its just red eye from a camera flash. you can see the pinpoint of light from the flash in Johnson's left eye. Cummings is at a slightly different angle so you get the red eye effect.

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Well while I'm here, the fuck is up with Cummings' jaw? Same expression in every picture.

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Boris Johnson-Dybbuk is the first serving British Prime Minister to get legally divorced whilst in office since 1769 AD.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/feb/18/boris-johnson-agrees-divorce-settlement-with-marina-wheeler

 

 

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The prime minister, Boris Johnson, and his estranged wife Marina Wheeler are preparing to end their marriage after reaching an agreement over money.

A family court judge on Tuesday approved a financial settlement and gave Wheeler permission to apply for a divorce decree which will bring the marriage to an end.

Neither Johnson nor Wheeler, a barrister, were at the 10-minute private hearing in the central family court in London but both were represented by lawyers.

Johnson is believed to be the first prime minister to be divorced in office in modern times.

Judge Sarah Gibbons oversaw the hearing, which was listed as “Wheeler v Johnson”, in private. Members of the public were barred but the judge said journalists could attend.

She said Johnson and Wheeler could be named in reports but said no detail relating to money could be revealed. Detail of the settlement was provided to the judge in writing by lawyers. The terms were not aired at the hearing.

Wheeler and Johnson, who have four children, separated in 2018 after marrying in 1993.

Johnson, 55, has been dating Carrie Symonds, 31, since last year and the couple live together in Downing Street. Johnson and Wheeler announced that they had separated, and were going through the divorce process, in September 2018.

Judge Gibbons gave Wheeler the go-ahead to apply for decree absolute, a divorce decree which will end the marriage “out of time”. Rules say applications for a decree absolute must be made within 12 months of the granting on an initial divorce decree, a decree nisi.

Applicants have to tell a judge why there has been a delay if an application is made outside that 12-month period.

Wheeler was represented by Lucy Stone QC at Tuesday’s hearing. Johnson was represented by solicitor Neil Russell, who is based at law firm Seddons.

Johnson was a childhood friend of Wheeler – the daughter of the BBC journalist Charles Wheeler – when both were pupils at the European School in Brussels.

Johnson met his first wife, Allegra Mostyn-Owen, while they were students at Oxford. They married in 1987, but the marriage was annulled in 1993.

Johnson is thought to be the first serving prime minister to feature at such a family court hearing.

The Duke of Grafton was granted a divorce, by act of parliament, while serving as prime minister in 1769.

Johnson has repeatedly come under scrutiny over his personal life. Appeal court judges ruled in 2013 that the public had a right to know that he had fathered a daughter during an adulterous liaison while mayor of London in 2009.

In 2004, he was sacked from the Tory frontbench over a reported affair with the journalist Petronella Wyatt.

 

 

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Johnson's ADHD/short attention span rears its head again;

 

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/the-prime-ministers-vanishing-briefs-67mt0bg95?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1582421660

 

https://outline.com/fCzCr5

 

 

 

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Boris Johnson’s aides have been ordered to send him shorter memos, limiting papers to just two sides of A4. Civil servants have also been told to cut the number of documents put into the prime minister’s red box to “make sure that he reads them”.

The edict emerged after Johnson spent a week away at his Chevening country house. Members of the Downing Street policy unit were told to provide “weekend reading” for the prime minister on keys aspects of policy. But a source said: “They’ve been told it should be an easy read: no more than four pages, or he’s never going to read it. Two pages is preferable.”

Another said Johnson’s private office and his closest aide, Dominic Cummings, had put on the cap.

 

 

 

 

Observations

 

1: The British public still dont know what Johnson has been doing at Chevening Country House. He has been out of sight for almost 2 weeks now. So while a good portion of the country was being washed away in the floods, Johnson was in hiding, or even more disturbing he was purposely segregated from government staff & the public so that Johnson could cause no harm to himself or Downing Street staff. (Why is it the case that the British Prime Minister never had the presence of mind to call up an emergency COBRA meeting? Was he mentally incapacitated?)

 

2: Johnson's ADHD/short attention span is so severe now, that he is incapable of carrying out his government duties. The British Prime Minister is incapable of reading government memos & briefings that are paramount to the running & functioning of the country.

 

3:  What if the British Prime Minister is senile? What if it is the case the Dybbuk's presence has reduced Johnson to being an invalid? Could it be the case Johnson has brain damage, or fast acting early onset dementia?!

 

(Keep in mind when Margaret Thatcher got the Downing Street Injection from the MIB one of the side effects was that she got Alzheimers once the injection wore off.)

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With apologies here is the article in full;

 

 

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Tim Shipman, Political Editor, February 23 2020

Boris Johnson’s aides have been ordered to send him shorter memos, limiting papers to just two sides of A4. Civil servants have also been told to cut the number of documents put into the prime minister’s red box to “make sure that he reads them”.

The edict emerged after Johnson spent a week away at his Chevening country house. Members of the Downing Street policy unit were told to provide “weekend reading” for the prime minister on keys aspects of policy. But a source said: “They’ve been told it should be an easy read: no more than four pages, or he’s never going to read it. Two pages is preferable.”

Another said Johnson’s private office and his closest aide, Dominic Cummings, had put a cap on what goes into the red box. An official said: “Box submissions have to be brief if he is going to read it. If they’re overly long or overly complex, Dom sends them back with savage comments.”

A Whitehall source accused Johnson and Cummings of running “government by ADHD” — attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

The details emerged as it was revealed that Rishi Sunak, the new chancellor, will use his first budget to move parts of the Treasury to the north of England; that Johnson told Sajid Javid, the former chancellor, last week that he “regrets” his resignation; and that MI5 officers have reduced the amount of intelligence they pass to Priti Patel because they “do not trust” the home secretary.

 

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