BOJO the clown is back. His seemingly harmless quirky speech praising the benefits of cheap Tim Tam for the British public made headlines across the UK, but was promoting a trade deal with Australia his real motivation for the announcement?
As The Jouker previously theorized, Johnson may be doing something far more insidious than simply promoting a trade deal worth up to £ 1 billion as an ointment for a Brexit that, according to the Bank of England, costs £ 800 million a week.
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With the mention of Tim Tams instead of other famous staples in Australia like Vegemite or Goon, Johnson changed a very important Google search.
On June 16 and the week before, anyone looking for "Boris Johnson Tim" would be presented with a series of unfavorable stories based on the testimony of a Tim Montgomerie in the New Statesman.
This story has been described as "a devastating charge against the Prime Minister against one of his former allies and advisers on Downing Street" and was picked up on by various other news agencies after its initial release on June 10, 2020.
So was it a coincidence that Boris gave his ode to Tim Tams just 7 days later?
Since June 17, the same Google search has had very different results.
Instead of an article by a former close adviser and an ally who condemned No10 as "Dom (Cummings )’s Liaison House" rather than as a prime minister’s residence, we are treated with Boris Johnson and a pack of Australian biscuits.
This is not the first time Johnson has been accused of using an odd language to "play the system". Previously, he called himself a "reluctance model", which was interpreted as an attempt to distract anyone looking for the "Boris Johnson model" from the Jennifer Arcuri scandal.
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He also said he was sitting at home building model buses from old wine boxes (which is all the more suspicious that he would now mention Tim Tams instead of Goon), maybe so people looking for "Boris Johnson Bus" would instead see this nonsense the £ 350m Brexit bus lie.
Is Johnson smart enough to do this? Maybe not, but then it's an open secret that Boris is no longer really in control of "Dom's Liaison House" …