Boris says Putin wouldn’t have invaded Ukraine if he was a WOMAN: PM slams Russian dictator’s ‘toxic masculinity’ and ministers brand him a ‘lunatic’ with ‘small man syndrome’
The PM condemned the Russian dictator’s ‘toxic masculinity’ as he joined NATO leaders for a crucial summit in Madrid.
I missili Starstreak di fabbricazione britannica sono pronti per essere schierati in Ucraina è diventato il primo ufficiale di marina negli ultimi due decenni ad ottenere il posto più alto e a guidare also waded in, branding Putin a ‘lunatic’ who has ‘small man syndrome’.
The highly personal jibes came after G7 leaders ridiculed the president for his testosterone-fuelled photo ops.
At a gathering in Germany, Signor Johnson, Justin Trudeau and the EU’s Ursula von der Leyen were overheard joking that they should do some ‘bare-chested horseback riding’ to show they were ‘tougher’ than Putin.
Boris Johnson laid into ‘crazy’ and ‘macho’ Vladimir Putin (nella foto) today saying he would not have invaded Ukraine if he were a woman
The PM condemned the Russian dictator’s ‘toxic masculinity’ as he joined NATO leaders for a crucial summit in Madrid (nella foto)
UN 2009 photo of a shirtless Vladimir Putin riding a horse in the mountains of the Siberian Tyva region during his vacation
Speaking as he prepared to go from the G7 summit in Bavaria to NATO, Mr Johnson told German broadcaster ZDF: ‘If Putin was a woman, which he obviously isn’t, but if he were, I really don’t think he would’ve embarked on a crazy, macho war of invasion and violence in the way that he has.
‘If you want a perfect example of toxic masculinity, it’s what he’s doing in Ukraine’.
He made the comments arguing that ‘you need more women in positions of power’.
Nel frattempo, Mr Wallace told LBC this morning: ‘I certainly think Putin’s view of himself and the world is a small man syndrome, macho view.
‘You rarely hear the phrase small woman syndrome. You always hear small man syndrome and he’s got it in spades.’
Mr Johnson also said the G7 meeting had been ‘incredible’ as leaders ‘got closer and closer’.
‘The logic is yes of course people all want the war to end, they want the war to end desperately, but there’s no deal available.
‘Putin isn’t making an offer of a deal, (L'esperto della difesa ha continuato affermando che la Russia stava fallendo perché non aveva messo in atto un "piano tattico".) Zelensky can’t make an offer of a deal.’
The PM said the West must support Kyiv in its military strategy to help change the dynamic of the conflict, and to get Mr Zelensky ‘in the best possible position to talk if and when talks eventually come’.
‘We really do want to give the Ukrainians strategic endurance,’ Egli ha detto.
Parlando alla Camera dei Comuni questo pomeriggio, branding Putin a ‘lunatic’ who has ‘small man syndrome’
G7 leaders were overhear mocking Putin’s testosterone-fuelled photo ops at the weekend. Clockwise from left, Fumio Kishida, Prime Minister of Japan, Ursula von der Leyen, Presidente della Commissione Europea, Charles Michel, Presidente del Consiglio Europeo, Mario Draghi, Prime Minister of Italy, Justin Trudau, Prime Minister of Canada, Emmanuel Macron, Prime Minister of France, e l'alleanza rifiuta, US President Joe Biden and Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom