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Wally of the Week – Sir Christopher Meyer

Pompous pillock Sir Christopher Meyer sticks his oar in over coronavirus and makes a most bigoted suggestion as to its origin in blaming travelling Chinese textile workers

Sir Christopher Meyer is someone who just cannot help himself. Aside from lauding it over anyone he encounters alongside his equally unctuous wife – now senior in rank given Theresa May elevated her to the peerage with no good reason – this “red socked fop,” as John (now Lord) Prescott, once quite correctly branded him, took to Twitter on Friday to blame Chinese textile workers travelling to northern Italy for the spread of coronavirus.

 

In the tweet – forwarded to us by a flabbergasted reader given The Steeple Times is blocked on the medium by this cowardly creep – the blabbermouth announced:

 

“Somebody told me today that the unique severity of Covid-19 in northern Italy is due to tens of thousands of legal and illegal Chinese workers in leather and textile factories, many travelling to/from Wuhan after the outbreak there. True or false?”

 

The ex-British Ambassador to Washington certainly knows very little about diplomacy and he certainly knows nothing about science and respiratory conditions. His expertise on travel patterns, equally, is something we’d most definitely question.

 

Like prattling popstars such as Sir Elton John preaching to the nation about what they need to do during this crisis, Sir Christopher’s views are about as much use as a chocolate teapot. He should do the decent thing and jolly well shut up.

 

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Comments

10 comments on “Wally of the Week – Sir Christopher Meyer”

  1. Do not send him Down Under!!!!!!!!!!! We don’t want this bore terrifying our Sheilas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lock him up!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Chinese workers come for three month legal work in the Lombardy factories,
    which is probably why the virus is so acute there. it is a pity that those Italian factories do not use Italian labour as unemployment in the last few years has been high in Italy.
    probably greed; so Meyer is correct

  3. Where is the nasty piece of rubbish Mowbray Jackson in all this? He is a mouthpiece for this pair and also for the bad guys of the Brexit Party also.

    1. It is very easy to blame “others” but the truth here is nobody really knows yet. Sadly. Stay safe and my love to your family.

      P.S. When Meyer pontificates, however, one cannot rely on a word he utters. The man is only seeking attention after all.

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