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Russia rejoices in the downfall of Boris Johnson: "Stupid Clown" is gone

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Guy Faulconbridge

London — Russian politicians line up to celebrate the fall of Boris Johnson on Thursday and finally get his justice from a British leader A reward for arming Ukraine against Russia cast as a "stupid clown".

Johnson was the face of the 2016 Brexit campaign, which left Britain from the European Union after an overwhelming victory in the elections in 2019, and was abandoned by the minister and most of them. Later, he announced that he would resign on Thursday. A conservative legislator on a series of scandals.

Kremlin said he didn't like Johnson either.

"He doesn't like us, we don't like him," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Pescov said just before Johnson stood on Downing Street and announced his resignation. Said.

Johnson resigned as a leader of the Conservative Party, but spoke to the Ukrainian people in a speech announcing that he would continue to be prime minister until a replacement was elected. Freedom. "

Johnson's assessment was that the Russians were brutal. Johnson recently told his colleague that he wanted to stay in power longer than Margaret Thatcher. This is from 1979 to 1990.

Russian tycoon Oleg Delipaska told Telegram that "tens of thousands of people were killed in this meaningless" "stupid" He said it was a "disgraceful end" for "Na Piero". Conflict in Ukraine.

"The clown goes," said Vyacheslav Volodin, a Russian congressman. "He is one of the major ideologies of the war with Russia, up to the last Ukrainian. European leaders need to think about where such a policy would lead."

Vladimir Johnson repeatedly criticized Putin even before President Putin ordered the invasion on February 24.

After the invasion, Johnson made Britain one of Ukraine's largest western supporters, sent weapons, struck some of the toughest sanctions in Russia's modern history, and gave Ukraine a vast army of Russia. Was urged to defeat. He traveled to Kyiv twice to meet President Volodymyr Zelenskiy of Ukraine.

Russia's top spokeswoman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakarowa, said that Johnson's fall is a sign of western decline and is in political, ideological and economic crisis. He said he was hit.

"The lesson of the story is not to try to destroy Russia," Zakarowa said. "Russia cannot be destroyed. You can break your teeth and choke."

Johnson's support for Ukraine was so strong that some people in Kiv said. Lovingly known as "Bollies Johnson". He sometimes finished his speech in "Slava Ukraini" or "Glorious Ukraine".

Johnson spoke stilt Russian in February and told the Russians that he did not believe that an "unnecessary and bloody" war was in their name.

Russia has repeatedly fired him as an unprepared clown trying to punch far beyond Britain's true weight.

Zakharova happily portrayed Johnson as the author of his own downfall.

"Boris Johnson was hit by a boomeran he launched," she said. "A companion in his arm turned him back." (Edited by Mark Trevelyan and Frances Kerry)