Boris reaffirms the ‘Build Back Better’ message at G7 Summit
When Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrived in Cornwall (on a plane!) for the G7 Summit he announced his priorities via Twitter.
"I’ve arrived in Cornwall for this year’s @G7 where I’ll be asking my fellow leaders to rise to the challenge of beating the pandemic and building back better, fairer and greener.
"It will be a busy and important Summit, and I can’t wait to get started. #G7UK"
Greener? [He means ‘green’ in its ugly modern sense of ‘eco-fascistic’, not in the way William Blake meant when he wrote of ‘England’s green and pleasant land’]. After all, what is he doing travelling in a carbon dioxide-emitting jet aircraft when he could have taken the train?
They really are masters of double standards.
And, once again, there's that use of the phrase ‘build back better.’ Better than what exactly? Better than the old world we used to live in where we could travel freely, meet in pubs without having to put on masks every time we wanted to use the loo, had jobs and a functioning economy, aspired to owning our own property, weren’t bullied by our doctors and the media?
Maybe you’d care to tell us, Johnson, you shambolic fraud, how the new world order you and your globalist cronies want to impose on us as part of your Great Reset represents any kind of improvement on anything.
Go on. We’re all waiting…