Boris Johnson Claimed Children Of Working Mothers More Likely To Mug You


Boris Johnson made allegations that kids of working mothers in low-income families were unloved and undisciplined and more inclined to mug you on the street corner and in a 2006 anthology of broadcasting, called Have I Got Views for You, Boris Johnson bemoaned the growing tendency of women to work, stating they had been culturally Gestapo’d into the workplace.

Boris Johnson said that in the last 30 years an ever-growing proportion of British women have been incentivised or socially gestapo’d into the workplace, on what appears to be the ambiguous premise that the harder a woman works the happier she will be but he wasn’t sure if that was true of women or anyone else.

In the book, written before he became Mayor of London, Boris Johnson stated that a growing amount of female graduates tended to pair up with male graduates, a method known by economists as assortative mating and that they then combine their advantages.

And that the outcome was that in families on lower incomes the women have absolutely no alternative but to work, usually with unfavourable consequences for family life and society as a whole, in that unloved kids and undisciplined children are more inclined to become hoodies, Neets (not in education, employment or training) and mug you on the street corner.

But Boris Johnson has nothing but contempt for women and working-class people and for him to speak about people in such a repulsive fashion displays just how out of touch he is and it’s apparent that he only ever stands up for the vested few.

And these comments were the latest thing that has come to light during the election campaign, as the Prime Minister’s opinions, including those of migrant and low-income families, as well as women, have come under examination.


The book’s title is a play on Have I Got News For You, the paradoxical BBC quiz show that Boris Johnson emerged on numerous times, serving to develop his public profile outside of Westminster.

In his introduction to the group, which was strapped with anecdotes about his time as Brussels correspondent for the Telegraph, he said that of his journalism: “You may sometimes think that’s not how it is. But never mind, buster: this is how I see it.”

He’s frequently been questioned throughout the campaign about his earlier comments, including on a special edition of the BBC’s Question Time, which saw audience members press him about whether some of his writings had stoked prejudice.

And in past columns for the Daily Telegraph, which paid him £275,000 a year for his work until he became prime minister, Boris Johnson said that Muslim women donning the burqa looked like letterboxes and he’s further been reprimanded in the past for using the idioms ‘piccaninnies and watermelon smiles’.

Of course, racist discourse is completely widespread in this country and Boris Johnson has personally contributed to this. Boris Johnson said that he genuinely never intended to cause hurt or pain to anybody and that wasn’t his intention, yet he went on to defend his right to speak out.

It seems it’s his right when he wants and when he feels like it, but if it was anybody else they’d probably be arrested for discrimination, but of course, all the elite get away with it, along with the fairy dust that gets them off the hook every time.

And it appears that women are scolded no matter what they do. If they don’t work they’re a freeloader, if they work, then they’re somewhat better off but still a mother therefore fair game to be attacked about everything they do in their lives.

And mother’s are being forced to work, particularly single mothers and they’re reprimanded if they don’t because it’s always easy to take a mindless pop at the parent who stands by their responsibility.

And countless families couldn’t afford a roof over their heads if the mother didn’t work and it’s often the mother that’s the main breadwinner and countless children of single and working mums have better degrees than Boris Johnson but have to take anything that they can to survive.

Boris Johnson doesn’t know how to run a country because all he’s ever had to do is live in it, but he’s never had to survive in it but he knows how to pick on anyone and rabble rouse resentment because that’s the only way he knows how to reach people and he really has sunk to the bottom of the barrel with this one.

Wow, Boris, I bet your family just love being around you? What a nasty piece of work you are and the Tories are more likely to rob you financially than children of single mothers.

But surely no one should be shocked by this, the Tories only care about the wealthy but us fools that work for a living are looked down on by them.

So, there you have it, clown Boris Johnson dislikes working mums, black people, the poor and the disabled, is there anyone this embryonic despot and dictator doesn’t hate unless their wealthy? And clearly, Boris Johnson has a really serious case of foot and mouth.

But then who does Boris Johnson like? We know he hates the poor and working classes, we never hear him say anything bad about his wealthy comrades but he’ll happily make nasty comments and attack the poorest in society to make his point.

And he has nothing pleasant to say about the backbone of the workers or the preponderance of people in this country and he will do for the wealthy before helping the most disadvantaged in society but he does like pole dancers!

And why are the Tories continually making cheap comments? They’re like a pack of deranged attack dogs who can’t even raise a level by actually entering into a political discussion because defamation, insults and smears are not political debate and it shows their level of education.


They might have come away from university with A levels but Eton certainly didn’t teach Boris Johnson how to live in the real world.

Boris Johnson has attacked single women and their children. He’s called the working class as being just drunks and he said that working women’s sons are more likely to mug you.

Then you have the Tory MP for Gower in Wales saying people on benefits need to be put down. Then Jacob Rees-Mogg is reprimanding the people in the Grenfell Tower for not leaving the blazing block of flats and since then he’s disappeared and has probably been told to keep out of the limelight and to keep his rich mouth shut.

The Tories are the ones that brought in the Bedroom Tax and they’re the party that started the cuts because the country was broke and in debt.

Those cuts brought hardship to loads of people but for a broke country, there was still enough money in the piggy bank for Margaret Thatcher’s funeral, Prince William’s wedding and security for Barack Obama’s visit to London.

There was no deficiency of money then as it was just the Tories bringing hardship on the people with the excuse that it was needed and the Tories included the likes of Esther McVile and she brought suffering on old people, the unemployed and the disabled.

Boris Johnson is living, breathing proof that you don’t have to be smart or skilled to get a top job, all you need is money and the right contacts backing you and he’s a liar, a womaniser, a silver-spooned toff, an ex-journalist who wrote and said stuff for a response, like many do and he should be nowhere near No 10.

Boris Johnson said that children of working mothers are unloved and undisciplined and are more likely to mug you on the street corner but aren’t the Tories the very same people who said parents should work when their child or children reach school age?

Not everyone had a nanny like Boris Johnson probably did or they can’t afford child care or has someone near to hand they can trust completely to collect and look after the children after school.

It used to be at one time the mother stayed at home looking after the family, even though times were difficult, now they’re looked upon as lewd, shameless scroungers who raise their children badly, yet the Tories mug you with a fountain pen, with an ink cartridge, of course, they wouldn’t be able to manage with one you had to fill from a bottle.

Just remember working class people this is Boris Johnson at his most elegant, shunning anyone poorer than himself, ridiculing us like the vested fool that he is and the Tory party with these rich Etonian types don’t serve you and never will.

Boris Johnson, you’re not our master, but you are a liar.


Published by Angela Lloyd

My vision on life is pretty broad, therefore I like to address specific subjects that intrigue me. Therefore I really appreciate the world of politics, though I have no actual views on who I will vote for, that I will not tell you, so please do not ask! I am like an observation station when it comes to writing, and I simply take the news and make it my own. I have no expectations, I simply love to write, and I know this seems really odd, but I don't get paid for it, I really like what I do and since I am never under any pressure, I constantly find that I write much better, rather than being blanketed under masses of paperwork and articles that I am on a deadline to complete. The chances are, that whilst all other journalists are out there, ripping their hair out, attempting to get their articles completed, I'm simply rambling along at my convenience creating my perfect piece. I guess it must look pretty unpleasant to some of you that I work for nothing, perhaps even brutal. Perhaps I have an obvious disregard for authority, I have no idea, but I would sooner be working for myself, than under somebody else, excuse the pun! Small I maybe, but substantial I will become, eventually. My desk is the most chaotic mess, though surprisingly I know where everything is, and I think that I would be quite unsuited for a desk job. My views on matters vary and I am extremely open-minded to the stuff that I write about, but what I write about is the truth and getting it out there, because the people must be acquainted. Though I am quite entertained by what goes on in the world. My spotlight is mostly to do with politics, though I do write other material as well, but it's essentially politics that I am involved in, and I tend to concentrate my attention on that, however, information is essential. If you have information the possibilities are endless because you are only limited by your own imagination...

One thought on “Boris Johnson Claimed Children Of Working Mothers More Likely To Mug You

  1. Hang on, isnt a working parent supposed to be setting an example to their children, as well as socially acceptable and a way out of poverty? Blimey, that wasnt in their lexicon when punishing women through “austerity’


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