Courageous Boris

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There’s a lot I don’t understand about today’s world but one thing I will never be able to wrap my head around is the left’s obsession with wanting to see the Prime Minister fail at every opportunity. It’s suddenly cool and ‘in-vogue’ to trash-talk those in power, especially if they’re white males with RP accents. 

From day one, the so-called ‘liberals’ of Britain have sought to cancel Johnson by unfairly digging up past comments or referencing alleged parties that took place during lockdown. Even his own advisor, Dominic Cummings, tried to take down our leader but was, thankfully, unsuccessful in his efforts. 


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Zelensky Meeting

That’s why I caught myself smiling this morning - as Johnson has silenced his bitter critics by calling upon good old British courage and visiting Ukraine to meet with Volodymyr Zelensky. 

After arriving, Boris lauded the Ukrainian Prime Minister’s ‘’resolute leadership and invincible heroism’’ - something Johnson himself would know all about considering the campaign of abuse he’s received over the last 24 months. 

Zelensky and Johnson are two peas in a pod. The former is defending his country from physical warfare from an invading, whilst the latter is defending British values and tradition from the increasingly-militant left. 

Whilst I have nothing but respect for Ukraine’s Prime Minister, I have to wager he’s looked at Johnson as a source of inspiration. You can’t spell Ukraine without a ‘UK’, after all. 

I Am In Awe Of Her Majesty

I Am In Awe Of Her Majesty

Lefties Take Note

But Johnson’s visit wasn’t just to show support. At a meeting in Kyiv, Boris promised to donate yet more funds to the faltering country and took UK donations to a staggering £770 million. For all the skeptical lefties out there, I hope this provides proof capitalism isn’t the evil boogeyman you’ve been taught it is. 

Our Prime Minister also promised to tighten Russia’s purse strings even further in a bid to end their stranglehold on Ukraine. Upon the conclusion of their meeting, Johnson praised Ukraine as a ‘’beautiful country’’ before departing to govern his kingdom. 

The praise received by Boris provides a welcomed change of pace from the status-quo. Over the last two years, I’ve had to grit my teeth and hide my disapproval from those chastising his every move. 

Now, the left has nowhere to run and nowhere to hide - they must acknowledge the heroism of our leader if they wish to preserve the iota of credit they cling to. 

Defining Moment

Boris Johnson’s Ukraine visit may be his most defining moment. In the midst of the burning buildings and piling bodies, the Prime Minister’s decision to throw caution to the wind and visit the war torn country is nothing short of Churchillian. 

Does the left really think that Kier Starmer or Jeremy Corbyn would have the courage to make such a visit? If they do, then they’re even more delusional than even I think they are. 

The United Kingdom has not seen this level of leadership since Thatcher was in power. Whilst I agree that Johnson’s reign has been far from perfect, I believe his tenure has seen far more good than bad. 

The Ukrainian people, brave as they are, can take solace in the fact that the cream of the global crop (the UK) is watching over them and will happily rush to their aid when required. 

An Asylum Plan To Be Proud Of

An Asylum Plan To Be Proud Of

I Applaud You Boris

Boris deserves to be lavished with praise and I, for one, and happy to overlook the occasional scandal he’s involved in or mistakes he may make. None of us are perfect, and Boris has always taken critique on the chin and undertaken his duties with dignity. 

The ongoing conflict in Ukraine will continue to rage on. However, us Brits can rest easy at night knowing that with Johnson at the helm, we can do what we do best - keep calm and carry on. 

 

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