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Boris Johnson Redpills the World on Saudi Involvement in Proxy Wars

Britain’s new foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, had a candid moment at the Med 2 Conference in Rome — telling the audience “there are politicians who are twisting and abusing religion and different strains of the same religion in order to further their own political objectives. “That’s one of the biggest political problems in the whole region. And the tragedy for me – and that’s why you have these proxy wars being fought the whole time in that area – is that there is not strong enough leadership in the countries themselves.”

He then upped the rhetoric, injecting a giant fucking redpill into a cucked audience, saying the Middle East lacked ‘big characters’ who could transcend their retarded religious sects and work towards peace.

Then he dropped the gauntlet, saying “that’s why you’ve got the Saudis, Iran, everybody, moving in and puppeteering and playing proxy wars.”

Boom.

Correspondents from the BBC shit their diapers over the comments. James Landale said the comments were “awkward if not embarrassing for the foreign secretary”.

Landale continued “once again Mr Johnson’s use of language is causing headlines that his diplomats will need to explain.”

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8 comments

  1. vandamme

    Alert the media?

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  2. it is showtime

    Google marketwatch futures: About 666,000 results (0.25 seconds)

    on bing 3,680,000 so guess how the top elite (meaning google) view markets

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  3. heaterman

    Lots of butt holes puckered in Riyadh and Tehran when those comments were heard I’m sure, but that man is speaking the truth.
    The thing is…the liberal elites here in the US are using the same tactic; painting the deplorables as somehow “less” than they and anyone who thinks as they do.
    Therefore it is perfectly acceptable to marginalized and oppress them.

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    • traderconfessions
      traderconfessions

      Can someone please instruct Trump that the bottom of one’s necktie should not hang below one’s balls? It’s visually distracting.

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  4. Mr. Cain Thaler

    I’m laughing my ass off at Landale. What’s to explain?

    “Um yeah Saudi/Iran, this is obvious”

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  5. zola

    Hard to imagine that “Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson” could be embarassed by anything. And if he doesn’t like the current narrative, he will make up a new one, throw it against the wall, and see if it sticks. A new paradigm for some countries that may be watching their carefully crafted narratives sink like a tennis ball in dry quicksand.

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  6. mx2101

    What does candid talk and blunt posturing mean if the person is unable to get the job done at home? People say all kinds of things. What do they deliver?

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