Boris Johnson dossier
by Andy Sloan, FitzInformer
Johnson is a crypto-Jew, working to the Jewish neo-Soviet Eurasian plan. Presently, he is advancing the displacement of the ethnic UK population with foreigners, in process to eventual absorption of the UK, into an Israel/Moscow controlled multicultural Eurasian NWO, as well as managing the COVID conspiracy, in primary aim to create a global tech control system for goyim (non-Jews.)
Boris Johnson – “Yes, I have Jews in my family from Moscow, some of them rabbis. That’s on my mother’s side.”
At Western Wall, London mayor affirms his Jewish ancestry
Johnson appeared genuinely moved as he placed his right hand on the Western Wall and paused for a minute while photographers took pictures of him praying.
Boris Johnson’s late mother Charlotte Johnson was the granddaughter of Elias Avery Lowe – a Lithuanian Jew. She was divorced from Boris’ father Stanley in 1979 and married a Jew, Nicholas Wahl.
His father re-married Jennifer Kidd – the stepdaughter of Edward Sieff. The Sieff’s are a major Anglo-Jewish/Zionist family.… [article continues, several photographs]
Is Britain’s New Government the Most Zionist in History?
by Defend Europa, September 23, 2019
Prince of Wales Honors Chief Rabbi
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and the newly-installed 11th Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the UK and the Commonwealth Ephraim Mirvis (left photo) and Israeli Ambassador Daniel Taub (right photo) at the ceremony,
St John's Wood Synagogue, London, England, September 1, 2013
Exclusive: Prince Charles will convert to Judaism “within three years”
April 1, 2014
The headline is a Jewish April Fool’s Day joke. The subservience, photos, and yarmulke are real.
“Prince Charles has long fostered a relationship with world Jewry. Unlike his mother, Queen Elizabeth, the heir to the throne has visited Israel and many of his closest friends are Jewish, including Simon Sebag Montefiore and actor Stephen Fry. The Prince of Wales even has his own blue velvet kippa with a silver royal crest to wear at Jewish weddings and barmitzvahs.”
Israeli president Isaac Herzog meets Prince Charles on second day of UK visit
Prince Charles pays tribute to British Jews whose lives have ‘often been shadowed by persecution’
However, addressing attendees at a pre-Chanukah reception at Buckingham Palace he added: “As always, it is adversity that proves the real value of friendship.”
The Prince said prominent members of the Jewish community had “literally transformed this country for the better” whilst others were cornerstones of their local communities, noting his own personal links with the faith and its heritage.
“In every walk of life, in every field of endeavor, our nation could have had no more generous citizens, and no more faithful friends,” he said....
Prince Charles funds new center for Krakow Jews
Prince Charles attends World Jewish Relief dinner