Someone’s very angry with Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage
The political demonstrations taking place outside Boris Johnson’s home are pretty sick-making. That’s whatever you feel about Boris and his politics.
Farage too left the leadership of UKIP saying he wanted his life back, while his aides say, probably more candidly, he was worried by death threats.
Now Bojo is facing the same thing, plus serious harassment of himself and his family.
While Rupert Murdoch had swung round to backing BREXIT after decades of ensuring Britain was locked up inside the EU, others high up in the New World Order hierarchy, like George Soros are clearly not pleased at Britain’s jail break. Someone, probably Soros, lost a ton of money backing sterling into the bargain, making him into a double loser. He and his acolytes are clearly feeling mighty sore over their political and financial losses. How else could you explain the brutal countermeasures being taken against all the key Brexiteers?
It would be impossible for a group of demonstrators to get enough access to harass top politicians if the government wanted it stopped. Some elements within the power structure are feeling extremely angry.
The blowback against the politicians who’ve brought us BREXIT is only just beginning.
Democracy is under serious threat.
And now this…..
A spokesman for Luton Airport said: “At 17.26 an RAF aircraft landed safely at London Luton Airport after reporting a technical issue.
“Emergency procedures were put in place and all 16 passengers left the aircraft safely. Several scheduled flights were disrupted whilst the runway was cleared. The runway reopened at 17.59.”
- 3 hours ago
A small military aircraft carrying newly-appointed Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has had to make an emergency landing on its way to Brussels.
The plane, which took off from RAF Northolt, was forced to land at Luton Airport following a “technical issue”, a Foreign Office spokesman said.
Mr Johnson thanked the crew for their professionalism and was grateful to Luton Airport for the unscheduled welcome, the spokesman added.
He has now continued his journey.
The delay means Mr Johnson will be late for an informal dinner with EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, but the pair intend to meet later in the evening, the BBC understands.
A spokesman for Luton Airport said all 16 passengers on board the plane left the aircraft safely, but the runway was disrupted for more than 30 minutes.
“Several scheduled flights were disrupted whilst the runway was cleared,” he added.
TAP – something makes you wonder if this could have been a more serious incident than reporting indicates. Look at his face (before he left). Clearing runway for thirty minutes. Fire engines. Thanking the crew for their professionalism. It doesn’t sound like nothing much. What would it be – a bomb threat?
Protesters march on Johnson’s house, chant slogans and assault police officers
- Baying mob of masked anarchists marched on Boris Johnson’s house
- The gang of about 100 protesters assaulted officers, set off smoke bombs
- At least 9 officers maintained a cordon outside the front door of property
- One protester said if Boris returned home, he would ‘probably be killed’
A baying mob of masked anarchists have marched on Boris Johnson‘s house and clashed with police while threatening to kill the new Foreign Secretary.
The gang of about 100 protesters assaulted officers, set off smoke bombs and chanted slogans outside the property in North London on Friday evening.
At least nine officers maintained a cordon outside the front door of the four-storey, £2.3 million home while protesters paraded a banner featuring Mr Johnson’s face and the rope and blade of a guillotine.
The Foreign Secretary was not at home at the time but one protester remarked that if Boris were to return, he would ‘probably be killed’.
New job: Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson. A gang of 100 anarchists marched on his London house
Mob: Anarchists let off smoke bombs outside Boris Johnson’s home and chanted slogans outside the property
The protest was organised by Class War, a direct action group founded in 1982
A female protester was knocked over and cut her head. Enraged anarchists charged up the street after her assailant but were stopped by police
The protest was organised by Class War, a direct action group founded in 1982. It turned violent when a number of men, chanting their support for Mr Johnson, waded into the group. A female protester was knocked over and cut her head.
Enraged anarchists charged up the street after her assailant but were stopped by police. The mob then lashed out at the officers. More smoke bombs were set off and extra police drafted in.
An ambulance was called for the injured woman and the man responsible was arrested.
The Foreign Secretary was not at home at the time but one protester remarked that if Boris were to return, he would ‘probably be killed’
An ambulance was called for the injured woman and the man responsible was arrested. Two protesters were arrested for assaulting police
At least nine officers maintained a cordon outside the front door of the four-storey, £2.3 million home