Boris Johnson’s “catch” is undoubtedly a limited edition irony of the British government’s “herd immunity” strategy. Of course, the British Prime Minister who is in isolation has already stated on social platforms: “We will still continue to lead the government through video conferences. Work to fight the new crown pneumonia epidemic". At this point, Boris Johnson demonstrated the rigid demeanor of the leaders of major powers, but the arrogant and unyielding character of the owner of No. 10 Downing Street also contributed to it. Don't forget that he is a staunch Brexitist.
Boris Johnson’s father was a member of the Conservative Party and served in the European Commission and the World Bank in the 1970s. His mother was a painter. His grandfather was the chairman of the Human Rights Committee of the European Commission. Boris, who grew up holding a golden key, was a Rich second generation, but has been committed to becoming an elite.
Boris Johnson, who was instilled with a strong sense of competition since he was a child, has a heart for No. 1 in every field he involves. Received a scholarship when he attended the famous aristocratic school Eton College, served as the chairman of the student union at Oxford University, and was elected chairman of the debate club known as the "cradle of politicians", even the "iconic messy blonde" that is often ridiculed by the public now He grew up wishing.
After graduating, Johnson, who has always been "subject to his orders," worked as a reporter for the Times and as the editor-in-chief of the right-wing magazine "The Spectator", which laid a solid foundation for his future political career. From the Conservative Party member to the Mayor of London, from the Minister of Foreign Affairs to the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, although his political career has been twists and turns, and even encountered betrayal by allies, Boris, who has been "climbing up", is a winner in life.
Boris Johnson, a journalist, has obvious personal traces of "government in the pen", but he is neither a sentimental poet nor a philosopher sitting on the road. More people are in his unique style It is determined that Boris, who was born in a British family, is a full political believer.
In some ways, Boris and Trump are very similar. They were both born in New York. They were both blonde and opportunists. Even the campaign slogan was surprisingly consistent: "Make Britain (US) greater". "The Economist" once commented on him: "In addition to being narcissistic, lazy, and liking to take advantage of others, both Boris and Trump have a talent for turning black and white."
But compared to Trump, who was a businessman, Boris’s political career is more complete, and there are even many unknown aspects. For example, he has published 11 books in total, "The Spirit of London" and "Churchill" which have been translated in multiple languages. "Spirit" is one of the representatives, and aside from the political body of the British Prime Minister, he also has an indissoluble bond with sports in the mortal body.
Since serving as the Mayor of London in 2008, Boris has been riding his bicycle to the office every day in a suit and a straight suit. He is often photographed by reporters of racing with passersby. After all, "competition" belongs to his subconscious behavior. , But biking is obviously not a “talent for reversing black and white” and was forced to change transportation after being elected as the British Foreign Secretary in 2016.
Boris is a well-known bicycle "enthusiast". He once shed tears when his beloved bicycle was stolen. Even after he was elected prime minister, when his friends asked him what kind of Christmas gifts he wanted, he didn't care about his identity as prime minister. I want a bicycle". This is his personal hobby, but it can also be understood as his sports complex.
The most obvious example is that during his tenure as the mayor of London, the street bike rental project he led was called "Boris Bike". At that time, the British people called the London Olympics the "Boris Olympics" for this purpose, in order to encourage the use of bicycles. "Traveling", but after the Olympics, it developed into the annual Prudential Cup London-Surrey 100-mile cycling race.
Boris Johnson, who was elected mayor of London only three months in 2008, received the Olympic flag from the Olympic Committee President Rogge at the closing ceremony of the Beijing Olympics. It was from that moment that he really left. Entered the field of vision of a Chinese reporter, but obviously, this is not the first close contact between the British Prime Minister and sports.
Eton College where he attended when he was young, the British "national ball" cricket is quite popular, and Oxford Cambridge's rowing event is also world-famous. Although Boris is full of nobility and elite labels, these participations are extremely high. He didn't miss any of Gao's sports events, not to mention a compulsory course for British nobles.
Britain, influenced by Locke’s educational ideology, firmly believes: "A healthy mind exists in a healthy body." Prince Harry is a master of polo, while Prince William is good at rugby, and the two princes’ Eaton alumni Boris Johnson despite his sports performance Not as good as they are, but the sports complex has not been forgotten.
As early as when he was re-elected as mayor of London, someone asked him when he would run for prime minister. Boris threw out the rugby term: "When the ball is kicked out by both sides of the match." But when "real swords and guns" appeared in sports, Boris Johnson did not have the style of a college football player.
In 2006, at the charity match to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Three Lions winning the World Cup, as the representative of the English player, he put his head on the abdomen of the German player, and shrugged afterwards: "I play rugby and it is normal to play football fouls"; 2015 Visiting Japan and appearing as a guest in a football game he is good at. Boris, wearing leather shoes and a tie, knocked a 10-year-old Japanese boy to the ground. In 2019, he participated in the "Shell Trust Fund" football charity match. As the goalkeeper, he was hit in the body one after another...
2006年，在为纪念三狮队赢得世界杯40周年而举办的慈善比赛中，他作为英国球员的代表将头放在德国球员的腹部，然后耸耸肩：“我打橄榄球，踢足球犯规是正常的”； 2015年访问日本，并作为客人擅长参加足球比赛。鲍里斯（Boris）穿着皮鞋和领带，将一个10岁的日本男孩撞倒在地。 2019年，他参加了“壳牌信托基金”足球慈善比赛。作为守门员，他一次又一次地被击中。
These slightly rough or embarrassing behaviors have been hotly discussed in the public, but in Boris's view, this is nothing. The "playful" he compared Hillary to the sadistic nurse in "Flying Over the Cuckoo's Asylum" many years ago, and laughed at Putin for being like Dobby the elf in "Harry Potter", and even smiled during last year's election campaign. Said: "Believe me, I'm so cheeky in this business."
In a way, it is an emotional waste for the public to expect him to observe the spirit of sportsmanship in the scenes. Whether he is "British Male No. 1" or not, Boris, who likes to talk about others, doesn't mind being someone else's talker. I don't care if I am embarrassed in public.
In the 2012 Olympic Games held in China, when the United Kingdom won the first gold medal, the whole country celebrated. As the mayor, Boris chose to zipline to celebrate. As a result, the rope was stuck in the middle of the road and motionless, and he raised it in a naive manner. The national flag in his hand swayed and he shouted "Come on".
In the eyes of many politicians, Boris, who has made a fool of himself, has created political ugliness, but in his opinion, it is regarded as an alternative honor and has been optimistically continued with a "net celebrity" mentality. After being elected as prime minister last year, the British media randomly interviewed the people for their reasons for voting for him. "Cute" and "funny" have become key words.
Boris is a natural actor who can not only conform to the "aesthetics" of the elite world, but also integrate with popular pop. The absurd behavior in the eyes of politicians may be his political skills, so after he was elected Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, there was a view of setting him as a "scheming boy".
In addition to politics, there is also a "confused account" about his strong sports complex.
After the father and daughter of Russian defecting spies were poisoned in the United Kingdom in March 2018, Boris called on members of the British royal family to boycott the Russian World Cup. However, when the "Three Lions" reached the top four in the Russian World Cup, he was socializing again with excitement. The media borrowed Bailey's crow mouth: "The World Cup is going home soon."
The famous Lineker directly responded: "Boris is just to cater to the trend."
Compared to this abuse, his injury to Liverpool fans is irreparable. In 2004, Boris, who was the editor of The Bystander, participated in a report on the Hillsborough tragedy. Although the article was not written by him, it was finally published after his approval.
There is a passage that describes it like this: “Liverpool people have persecution delusions, while complaining that they are victims, while enjoying it, they are not willing to accept the fact that their relatives have caused misfortune, but blindly accuse others, wanting to interact with others. The whole society is the enemy". Even if Boris was elected Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Liverpool is his most unpopular place, let alone Anfield. "
Although Boris has always claimed to be an England fan and a London fan, he is not popular in football circles. Lineker commented on his first day as prime minister: "Boris Johnson is the last person to submit a transfer application, and his team is rushing towards the inevitable demotion." While in