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‘Cabinet from hell’: Boris Johnson hires ministers who backed hanging, called feminists ‘obnoxious bigots’ and opposed gay marriage

LONDON – Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s opponents have accused him of creating the “cabinet from hell” after he appointed a Home Secretary with a history of supporting the death penalty, a deputy who has called feminists “obnoxious bigots,” and multiple ministers who voted against gay marriage legislation.

Johnson, who became prime minister yesterday, conducted the most brutal cabinet purge in modern political history, as ministers who backed his rival Jeremy Hunt were thrown out of Cabinet.

He shocked Westminster by bringing in Dominic Cummings, the controversial campaign director who ran the Vote Leave campaign, while dominating his top team with prominent Brexit campaigners.

Pledging to deliver Brexit by October 31, with “no ifs or buts,” Johnson fired a total of 17 Cabinet ministers and gave many top jobs to MPs who had been involved in the Vote Leave team, handing Michael Gove the job of no-deal preparations as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.

Prominent Brexiteer Priti Patel, who replaces Sajid Javid as Home Secretary, holds a number of staunch views, including a history of supporting the death penalty.

In 2011, she said: “I do think that when we have a criminal justice system that continuously fails in the country and where we have seen murderers and rapists … reoffend and do those crimes again and again, I think that’s appalling.”

“On that basis alone I would support the reintroduction of capital punishment to serve as a deterrent.”

She later renounced her support for capital punishment in her role as International Development Secretary, a job from which she was fired in 2017 for holding a series of secret meetings with Israeli politicians during what she said was a family holiday.

Turning back the clock to Thatchers era is just what the UK needs. Boris says he will deliver Brexit and you better believe him.

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  1. A Danish paper has this very encouraging article about Boris and his attitude to Islam:

    Upcoming Prime Minister on Terror: “Islam is the problem”

    https://24nyt.dk/storbritan

    Can it be that the hour has finally cometh and with it the man?

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    • Now your being strange. You might understand Danish but the rest of us cannot.
      Are you posting it to ensure it is saved before the ragheads take over the Danes and institute arabic as the national language of Denmark?

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    • He like Churchill, recognizes the problems of islam for what they are.
      “That means we have to get rid of the first taboo and accept that the problem is Islam. Islam is the problem. ”
      Know your enemy.
      Now the call to arms, to unify and put the Great back into Britain, to know what the UK, stands for, a monumental task that Churchill managed to do.
      From Alice’s link above, courtesy of google translate.

      It is clear from the Chronicle that he has read the Qur’an. His conclusion is clear when explaining the cause of the terrorist threat that is today an integral part of our everyday lives. And in order to fight the problem, we first have to call it by its proper name, he thinks:

      “That means we have to get rid of the first taboo and accept that the problem is Islam. Islam is the problem. ”

      Islamophobia is natural

      Boris Johnson believes that any non-Muslim reading the Koran will instinctively distance himself from Islam.

      “Any non-Muslim reading the Quran will respond with Islamophobia – fear of Islam.
      It is a natural reaction and exactly what the text (the Qur’an, ed.) Wants to provoke. If you look solely at the text … it is the most malicious and sectarian religion when it comes to heartlessness towards different believers. ”

      Boris Johnson expresses concern in the Chronicle that imams do not distance themselves from the brutality of the Quran and he rhetorically asks:

      “What happens in the mosques and the Muslim schools? When is anyone going to use the 18th century methods against Islam’s medieval ass? ”

      Wide support for Islamic criticism

      One would think that the drinking and always polite Britons would distance themselves from a prime minister who dares to use that kind of language.

      But perhaps the British are ready for a more concrete policy when it comes to foreign policy and Islam?

      Information, truth, will increase the ranks in the “silent majority” 🙂
      Perhaps BoJo’s flakiness is looking at all sides of a debate, seeking where the truth, and consequences of decisions.

      Still the truth is there, and now is the time for him to grab it, shake it out, run with it, and implement it.

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  2. The Empire strikes back. So is he going to act regarding the judiciary? Or is their so called separation of powers selective also?

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  3. The simple rule to always follow in life:

    If the MSM or the political left are resolutely against something, and applying all of their propaganda attacks against it – it is a good thing for democracy and for ordinary, decent people.

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  4. Dear Ed, may I please ask is the ability to add a profile picture scheduled in capital works anytime soon?

    I have an image of a make ardern go away hat I want to add to mine

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